The pair fight in Las Vegas on 22 February for Wilder’s WBC championship.
Their bout in December 2018 ended in a controversial draw with the American knocking Fury down twice, although the Englishman also thought he had won.
“When you get knocked down by someone, you never forget it or how they did it,” said 34-year-old Wilder.
Speaking on a media conference call from the United States on Tuesday, he added: “Deep down I feel he’s nervous, very nervous from what happened the first time.
“When you go in there for a second time it has to be stressful and you definitely can’t sleep at night.
“I gave this man concussion and it will happen again because the head is not meant to be hit, especially by the power of Deontay Wilder, so he has a lot to think about.”Both men are unbeaten with their draw in Los Angeles 14 months ago being the only time they have not won a professional fight
Fury, 31, last fought against Sweden’s Otto Wallin and, despite sustaining a bad cut close to his eye early on, won via a unanimous points decision.
However, since then Fury has changed trainers, moving from Ben Davison to Javan ‘Sugar’ Hill Steward, the nephew of the late Emmanuel Steward, who trained Lennox Lewis and Wladimir Klitschko.
“Fury can say he beat me by a wide margin but he doesn’t believe that – that’s why he wants to change so many things,” added Wilder. “If he believed he won he wouldn’t have changed much – the next thing he is going to do is go to a spiritual advisor.
“Wallin had a game plan and executed it. That fight should’ve been stopped with a cut so deep and I look forward to re-cutting that eye.
“Once it’s open again and the blood is in his face I’m coming in for the kill. I don’t play around.
“I knocked him out the first time but I didn’t get it and I’m going to knock him out again.”