Wilder vs Fury Boxing

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t’s a heavyweight showdown in the fight capital of the world this Saturday when Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder run it back in Las Vegas in a rematch with world and mythical titles on the line. The two fight for a second time after a controversial December 2018 split draw with Wilder’s WBC championship and Fury’s status as lineal champion on the line.

Wilder packs one of the most powerful punches in boxing history and will be gunning for the knockout he wasn’t able to secure in their first fight, when Fury managed to rise to his feet after being knocked down twice in the fight. Fury, meanwhile, will look to improve on the slick boxing that troubled Wilder and won him the majority of rounds on the official scorecards in the first meeting, points that were ultimately negated by the knockdowns, leading to their split draw.

The long-awaited Tyson Fury-Deontay Wilder rematch has nearly arrived, with the two heavyweights resuming their rivalry in Las Vegas on February 22.

Their first bout ended in a draw, leaving boxing fans around the world licking their lips at the prospect of another fight.

And the wait is nearly over. In the build-up, both fighters have been jousting with their mouths. Wilder argues Fury doesn’t have the power to knock him out.

He said: “I still think Tyson had a pillow as a fist but he’s a skilful fighter though. But you can’t have it all, people say I don’t have skills but I have the punch.

“That’s what I felt at the time (pillow as a fist).

“It’s an adrenaline rush in the ring, we’re all brave warriors, we’re all gladiators and that’s what we become in order to fight and give you guys the best show of your lives.”

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