Tyson Fury says he is more than ready to fight world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko and take away his titles. The 27-year-old boxer is unbeaten at 24-0 and poses a threat to Klitschko's 19th title defence, which could bring the Ukrainian star closer to Joe Louis's record number of 25.

"I think this is going to be one of my easiest fights. I know it might sound super crazy because he is a super champion, He was the world champion for 11 years, but I see so many chinks in the armour that I am going to expose him very quickly," Fury told reporters at a news conference in the German city of Dusseldorf on 24 November.

"There is just nothing that I see that Wladimir does that makes me afraid or makes me think that I can't win against this guy. Everything about Wladimir does attract me to him."

The two were initially meant to meet on 24 October but Klitschko picked up a calf injury at training and the fight was rearranged for 28 November. Klitschko's WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO crowns will be on the line when the pair finally get into the ring. Fury said he was sure he would become the new world champion now the fight was happening.

He added: "I didn't believe this fight was going to happen for a long, long time. But it has proven me wrong as it is actually going to happen. Like I said, I am coming, and I am coming very fast for your blood. I hope you prepared well and I know you will have done. Old guy, young guy, old champion, new champion. Enough said. Amen."