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The Final Chapter: Fury VS Wilder III

Tyson Fury versus Deontay Wilder


It’s nearly time for the final chapter of Tyson Fury versus Deontay Wilder as after multiple delays, the duo are finally set to step inside the ring at the T-Mobile arena on October 9th for the WBC title.

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After the first fight between the two ended in a controversial draw, with the judges getting criticism from all corners of the boxing community with a majority of the viewers believing Fury had done the job. Fury made it look easy to get the win over Wilder in their rematch. Fury dominated the entire fight before scoring a big stoppage win in the seventh round of the fight. The contract signed by both the fighters included a clause that allowed the loser of the rematch to initiate a trilogy fight between the two with a 60-40 wage split. It appeared as if Fury was going to fight Anthony Joshua to crown the newest undisputed heavyweight champion before an arbitrator ruled Fury had to fight Wilder. Fury signed the contract and locked in the trilogy fight which was supposed to take place in july initially, but Fury and his whole camp had to withdraw from the fight after having contracted with COVID-19 just two weeks before the fight. 


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After a three-month delay the fight is finally on and has even more relevance in the heavyweight division after Oleksandr Usyk shocked many fans last week with his decisive win over Anthony Josua to claim the unified heavyweight titles.

What has been said?

In one of his interviews, Wilder said, “ I’m ready, I hope they are ready. I hope they have their priorities inline. Their game-plan, how they are going to approach the fight. Hopefully Fury is confident to go through [with the fight] and not have anything go wrong. [He can expect] a reinvented Deontay Wilder. Something you’ve never seen before.

To which Tyson responded, “ This man is a real piece of work. A real bully excuse maker. Not a warrior or a man at all. Beat the mug two time. I’ve battered him and his trainer. But still talking sh**. Teal P*****s.



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In recent times, the boxing world has been quite unpredictable with a recent example being the fight between Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk where the fighter from Ukraine shocked the boxing community with his surprising decision win over Anthony Joshua. 

Deontay Wilder to win via Knockout.

With the fight being delayed from July to October, Wilder got a lot of time to train in the camp and in my opinion, the trilogy fight could have a different outcome the third time IF Wilder storms out of the gate right from the start of the fight. Knock out or be knocked out is something Wilder should have in his mind as exchanging blows may give a slight edge to the American considering his unbelievable power but it won’t be an easy job.


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