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Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury Title Fight Preview

by Daniel Gerbick on Friday, November 30th, 2018

wilder vs fury 2018 boxing fightA colossal bout will take place in the City of Angels this Saturday as power puncher Deontay Wilder (40-0, 39 KOs) and Briton Tyson Fury (27-0, 19 KOs), two of the world’s greatest boxers, clash at the Staples Center for the right to wear Wilder’s WBC heavyweight title belt.

Wilder, a 6’7” knockout artist, has successfully defended his title seven times since winning it in 2015 and will now try to do it against the 6’9” Fury, who is on the comeback trail to glory after a tumultuous period in his life.

In 2015, Fury shocked the world when he dethroned Wladimir Klitschko, but then his career was almost derailed by his struggles with drugs, alcohol and mental illness, that forced him to put his career on hold for three years.

This year, the lineal heavyweight champion won back-to-back fights in June and August to earn his shot against Wilder, a fighting machine that destroys opponents with his tremendous athleticism and devastating raw power.

Although Wilder may have some technical flaws, he has an enormous punching power that gives him the ability to knock literally anyone out. He’s also proven that he’s capable of overcoming adversity and carrying his power late into the fight thanks to his stamina, punch resistance, and recuperative ability.

Fury is more of a clever tactician that frustrates his opponents with excellent movement and an intelligent defense that he used to neutralize Klitschko’s power punches.

If Wilder can find a way to land his devastating power shots, there is no way this fight reaches the late rounds.

Fury is unlikely to knock Wilder out, but he could win by decision if he manages to use his intelligent tactics and defense to outsmart him and nullify his potent offense.

And although Fury doesn’t have great power, his punches are strong enough to keep his rivals honest so don’t expect Wilder to have free rein to land his punches at free will.

Fury must use his defense to avoid Wilder’s power shots and land enough counter punches to weaken the American, take control of the fight, and eventually win by decision, otherwise, he’s not likely to stand a chance in this bout.

Wilder’s though is not likely to be caught off guard and he will land enough of those power punches to stop the fight with a knockout.

 

 

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