Tyson Fury believes he will pull off the greatest win on the road by a British fighter in history in the early hours of tomorrow.

The Gypsy King faces WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

And Fury – who could pocket more than £30m – believes ending knockout king Wilder's reign will seal his place in history.

He said: “Best win by any British fighter overseas for sure.

“Lennox Lewis did beat Mike Tyson, but Mike Tyson was washed up when he beat him, so I don’t believe any British heavyweight has beaten an undefeated WBC champion who has made 10 defences of this title.

“I will be the first one.”

Fury faces heavy-handed Wilder for a second time after their controversial draw 14 months ago.

The British heavyweight was floored twice by the American in a blockbuster clash.

Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury found themselves embroiled in a shoving exchange on Thursday

But he insists he doesn't fear going for a knockout against the man who has won 41 of his 42 victories by knockout.

The undefeated Fury added: “I'm putting a 12-year unbeaten career on the line but listen I'm getting paid well for it and what more can I say?

“I've trained my c*** out for the last 10 weeks. It's a fight, f*** it, I've had 30 of them before and 30 odd amateur fights too.

Tyson Fury in training for Deontay Wilder clash this weekend in Las Vegas

“I'm not afraid of anybody, I ain't afraid of nothing.

“If Deontay Wilder is going to punch me in the face, congratulations to him.

“Big deal, here's a tissue.”

Fury revealed he wanted this fight to be in the UK and not Las Vegas but couldn't convince Wilder to travel.

He added: “I wanted to take Wilder to Old Trafford and we would have sold it out easily but Wilder doesn't want to travel from America because he hasn't got the minerals.

“I'm a man of substance and minerals and I will travel anywhere and fight anybody. He ain't one of them people. That's what it is.

“We come here and we fight him here in the capital of entertainment and the world's biggest stage.”