"You are going to sleep in two rounds".
The last time the two unbeaten heavyweights met, in December 2018, they fought to a split draw in a thrilling affair that was the subject of water cooler talk everywhere.
The second showdown between the two heavyweights comes 18 months after their first bout in Los Angeles, which was scored a controversial draw.
Unsurprisingly, the Brit (29-0-1) believes he will be successful in taking Wilder out early.
A knockout prediction is no surprise at all coming from Wilder (42-0-1, 41 KOs), whose peerless punching power dropped Fury twice in their first bout. Fury, seemingly down and out, managed to rise and beat the count.
That being said, one suspects what could be planned for later on could be even more off the hook. "I'm going to knock him out of those ropes". "Rising up is part of the baptism".
"I want him to meet me in the middle of the ring and the best man wins".
"I will finish what I started, and this time @Tyson_Fury will not be getting up off that canvas so quickly". The "Gypsy King" vows that Wilder won't be able to detonate and land it this time.
BT Sport have won a massive bidding war against Sky for the United Kingdom television rights to Fury's world heavyweight championship rematch with Wilder.
During that first encounter, Fury outboxed Wilder for large stretches but Wilder dropped him once in the ninth and almost ended the bout with another knockdown in the dramatic twelfth.
"I sparred Tyson Fury when we were kids".
Fury, 31, has teamed up with Javan "Sugar" Hill - the nephew of the late trainer Emmanuel Steward - after splitting from Ben Davison.
Despite admitting he says things he later regrets, Joshua then doubled down on his comments and said: "Sparring Fury is only going to do me good, in my opinion". "I'm going for a knockout because thinking I won the fight ain't enough".
"I need to know I've won the fight".
Fury and Wilder were full of respect for each other after the first fight. "I'm going to give him a boxing lesson". Whether Fury is celebrating in a little more than a month's time remains to be seen.
Wilder believes the key to the rematch will be patience. He also feels the first fight should have been stopped due to a deep cut on Fury's face. In the first fight he exhausted during the later rounds after swinging and missing with a series of huge right hands earlier on.
"No, I don't believe nothing Fury says at this moment in time", Wilder said.
"I don't think there's a heavyweight in the division that's got no type of plan, I don't care what trainer they bring aboard or have in their camp".
Fury also said he's willing to slug it out with Wilder in a Marvin Hagler-Thomas Hearns style of fight to prove he's the better fighter. Fury fought two virtually unknown boxers, Tom Schwarz and Otto Wallin.
"It's not only scary for you". "People know what they're going to get".