19 months after the last meeting, and with a lot of stupid twists, the outstanding heavyweight Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will be on tonight (Saturday, October 9, 2021) in four games of pay-per-view (PPV). Collide again on. ) Inside the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Although required by Wilder’s contractThe trilogy match seems to have collapsed due to a pandemic, and Fury has set up an undisputed title battle with WBO / IBF / WBA champions Anthony Joshua. Wilder’s team brought the matter to court and Judge ruled that “Gipsy Kings” must respect the rematch clause, And I’m here now.
Undefeated prospects Efe Ajagba and Frank Sanchez obscured it on all heavyweight main cards, while Robert Helenius played 2-0 against previously undefeated Adam Kovnacki. An unstoppable young gun, Jared Anderson, played against Russia’s Vladimir Tereskin.
But we all know what you’re here for, so it doesn’t make sense to waste your time anymore …
Tyson “Gipsy Kings” Fury
record: 30-0-1 (21 KO)
Last 5 battles: Deontay Wilder (TKO-7), Otto Warlin (UD), Tom Schwarz (TKO-2), Deontay Wilder (Split Draw) Francisco Pianeta (UD)
Significant victory (other than above): Vladimir Klitschko, Derek Chisora x2, Steve cunningham
Deontay “Bronze Trousers Bar” Wilder
record: 42-1-1 (41 KO)
Last 5 battles: Tyson Fury (TKO-7 Ross), Luis Ortiz (KO-7), Dominic Breazeale (KO-1), Tyson Fury (Split Draw) Luis Ortiz (TKO-10)
Significant victory (other than above): Bermane Stiver (x2)
Given all the mind-boggling nonsense that has happened since the beginning of this story, I think the summary is correct.
When the pair first met in 2018, Wilder entered shortly after Luis Ortiz’s best career stop, but Fury fought three comeback tours after his meltdown. The story seemed clear: Fury used a trademark blend of quirky footwork and choking clinchwork to try to relieve the patient’s Wilder, who always needed only one punch to turn the tide. bottom.
That was binary. I knew Fury would dominate, but it was unclear if I could do it for 36 minutes without losing consciousness out of nowhere. After all, both results have been achieved.
Fury evaded a relatively soft knockdown in the ninth and had full control over the low-powered fights in the twelfth and final rounds, but Wilder absolutely ridiculously knocked him with his huge right hand. Surprisingly, however, Fury not only surpassed the count, but also regained momentum to the final bell, guaranteeing him a victory in the decision.
Scored 116-110 points on Fury, Gave him all the rounds he was standing still, but was able to accept cards close to 114-112 in his favor. Two of the three judges opposed and ended in a draw.
Fifteen months later, the two men tentatively won two victories, so they were well suited to try it again. Fury didn’t keep his game plan secret in the buildup, claiming he would come to Wilder and pursue a knockout. I thought this was gamemanship and he would take advantage of a slightly enhanced version of the previous strategy.
I was wrong. He marched towards one of the scariest punchers in the history of the sport, making him look like a pedestrian and eventually throwing a towel into Wilder trainer Mark Breland after a lengthy beating. I let you (look).
Fury’s understanding of Wilder is indisputable. Classifying someone twice in two opposite game plans is a level of advantage that is rarely seen at the highest levels. This time the Wilder needs to be adjusted. Did he do so in these long months?
Wilder’s actions since its loss What an embarrassing..He never accepted his shortcomings and instead declared it virtually loud All parties involved I was fooling him in some way. To hear Wilder say that, he lifted his foot in a 40-pound outfit during the strike and was poisoned by Breland, but Fury not only tampered with his gloves, But filled them with weights..
This is a complete delusion, and new trainer Malik Scott is fine with getting Wilder to spit out increasingly hingeless conspiracy theories. If he can’t take his responsibility to face reality, he’s not going to defeat the bad habits of 44 fights from him. Even when a dramatic comeback was needed to get over Luis Ortiz, Wilder never minded learning how to repel hind legs or throw basic combinations.
Fury intends to do exactly the same as last time. Go ahead and make it uncomfortable to throw or hit Wilder. Wilder’s new corner will be willing to protect him, but the referee will do it for them.
Prediction: Fury diff.Wilder with 6th round technical knockout
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