Deontay wilder going to KO or Tyson fury is going to get point win
The much-anticipated rematch between the heavyweight kings is arguably the biggest fight of the modern era, with both men at the peak of their boxing powers.
Warren has been a key man in Fury's revival over the past few years and has helped set up a fight that the promoter believes is the biggest in a generation.
Speaking to GIVEMESPORT, Warren claimed that Wilder vs Fury 2 will be on a par with the famous 'Rumble in the Jungle' between Muhammed Ali and George Foreman in 1974.
“I think it is, this fight is huge and anybody who watched those previous fights [Rumble in the Jungle, Ali vs Frazier] knows that this is what we crave, we want to see the best fight the best.”
But due to the fight being in the US and the fact it is set to start at around 5am GMT, the fight is unlikely to break the British pay-per-view record held by Anthony Joshua's rematch with Andy Ruiz Jr.
“This fight is going on at five in the morning, Joshua v Ruiz was at prime time, but this is a much, much bigger fight," Warren said.
“It’s a much better fight involving the two best heavyweights in the world. These two guys they should break the pay-per-view records because this fight deserves too.
“Two undefeated heavyweights, the biggest puncher of the last 30 years, the best boxer in probably the same period of time.”