Advertisement The year-old cruised to victory against Tom Schwarz with left on the clock in the second round. Fury will be determined to sweep aside Wallin in equally slick fashion before building towards a hotly-anticipated rematch with Deontay Wilder.
The former heavyweight champion ballooned to lb in the months after he dethroned Klitschko 15 as he sank into a drink and drug-fuelled depression. He began to shed fat 18 months ago and tipped the scales at lb for his farcical comeback fight against Sefer Seferi.
But on Friday he weighed And Fury said: "In 24 hours from now Otto Wallin will feel the fury. Get the steel cage out so this bum doesn't run away.
Fury and Wilder are due to meet again in February. I just want to beat him and get what I deserve — the victory. I only want to beat Deontay Wilder the person, not the man who is holding the belts.
The Brit has come under fire for yet another underwhelming opponent following his win over Tom Schwarz in June. But the former world champion expects a hard fight.
I loved my time there in my last fight and am going to put on a show again," Fury said. The Swede is unbeaten in 21 fights but has barely been tested as a professional. But he said: "This is the type of fight I've been waiting for since I was a kid and my father started showing me some boxing moves in our kitchen," Wallin said.
I like the fact that I have everything to gain and Tyson has everything to lose.