Finally, the talking time is over, and Tyson Fury will defend his WBC heavyweight title against Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas this weekend. So who will have the last say?
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Everyone was looking forward to seeing Tyson Fury facing Anthony Joshua in Saudia Arabia, but Deontay Wilder decided to go to court to demand a rematch against Wilder to regain the WBC heavyweight title belt. As a result, Fury had to postpone his fight with Joshua as he will have to deal with Wilder first. In the meantime, AJ was demolished by Oleksandr Usyk, but that’s another story.
The comeback from Tyson Fury has been one of the biggest stories in recent times in boxing. After reaching the top of the world with a win over the legendary heavyweight Vladimir Klitschko in November 2015, he struggled with depression and other issues and only came back to action in June 2018, winning over Sefer Seferi. After another preparation fight against Francesco Pianeta, Fury challenged the ‘Bronze Bomber’ Deontay Wilder to sit at the top of the heavyweight division once again. He outboxed Wilder for most of the bout, but was dropped two times during that fight. Despite the two knockdowns, many believe he still did enough to get the nod from the judges, but eventually, the decision was a draw.
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Who will win Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder 3 fight?
In the rematch, Fury showed that he was the better boxer and won the title. So Wilder decided to trigger a rematch clause in the contract, and now he will get that opportunity after the fight was delayed for a long time that many even forgot it was due. So now he gets the final chance for revenge.
Looking at the second fight between these two, we can see that it was relatively even, while the first one showed that Fury was a better technical boxer but that Wilder can land huge shorts that can change the outcome at any time. It is important to note that Wilder has done well against poor oppositions, but when he had to face a decent boxer like Luis Ortiz, he struggled before his colossal punching power rescued him. It didn’t work though against the ‘Gypsy King’, and it might not work again. He just came out of hibernation when annoyed by all the buzz around the potential AJ-Fury fight, but he is likely to lose again, probably even earlier than in the last fight. Fury is claiming he can knock him out in the first round. Difficult to say that, but we believe Fury will deliver a brutal knockout around the fifth round.
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