Heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury came up with a novel plan to psych out world champ Wladimir Klitschko ahead of their title fight on Saturday: a love song serenade.
Clutching a microphone during a pre-fight workout in Dusseldorf, Germany, British fighter Fury bizarrely broke into an acapella version of the Bette Midler classic “Wind Beneath My Wings” in an attempt to get under the 39-year-old Ukrainian champ’s skin.
Fury, 27, even went so far as to change the words of the hit song to taunt his ring rival, warbling, “You were the one with all the glory. I will be the one with all the belts.”
But then, the heavyweight champ – who’s risking his WBA, WBO and IBF championship belts at Dusseldorf’s 50,000-capacity Esprit Arena – has far more pressing matters on his mind.
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Tyson Fury vs. Wladimir Klitschko airs live on HBO, Saturday at 4:45 p.m. EST.