Pretty short (at least for JRE) episode with Deontay. Rogan obviously sugarcoats a lot of the interview and throws him a bunch of other softball questions. I've been a fan ever since Wilder took Charlie Zelenoff to task for talking shit about his daughter and after watching this interview I like the guy even more. He is incredibly genuine and his story about coming up is very inspirational.
That said, I think the tone of his responses is indicative to how guileless he is. Listen to the way he describes things. From the way he talks about how his grandmother said he was "anointed to do great things" to thinly veiled allusions of Fury's "gypsy magic" helping him up from that hellacious knockdown in the 12th and preventing Wilder from fully realizing the power in his right hand... this is not the narrative of a deep thinker. Contrast that with his opponent who's an incredibly wily natural boxer.
This leads me to believe that Wilder will bring the same one-dimensional fight plan to the rematch no matter what his corner encourages him to do. He's gonna dance with the punch that brought him this far and once again rely on that world class straight right. Fury knows the game plan now. With the ring rust likely shaken off, he's not likely going to get knocked down again in the second fight and once again put on a clinic. I don't think any judge - paid off or not - is going to be shameless enough to give a decision score to Wilder if Fury puts on the clinic I think he will in v 2.0.
TLDR Summary: Complete gorilla psychoanalysis on my part, but this interview makes me feel like Wilder will have the exact same game plan as the first fight. I'm very curious to see what the oddsmakers initially put out. If Fury is the underdog or it's basically even money, I'll likely put aside my moral compunctions about the first fight's decision and put a decent sized bet on him for the win.