There is only one week left until one of the year’s most anticipated fight, the Deontay Wilder – Tyson Fury rematch. Many have already expressed their opinion as to which boxer will win the battle and how. There is almost a consensus that if Wilder wins, he will have a knockout victory and if Fury, he will wins with scores.
Fury’s promise to knock Wilder out, and even in the second round, few people believe. More people are confident that He can box out Wilder, as he almost did in their first fight in 2018.
Fury had predicted that he would knock Wilder out in the 2nd round and Wilder now says that the 3rd round will be his, he will knock out Fury. Wilder feels much more prepared, more likely to be ready for the match than before their first fight.
Wilder says he doesn’t like to predict, but he feels that number three is the magic number that is now swirling around the fight. He will stop Fury in the 3rd round.
“I’m feeling more prepared, more ready. … I understand a lot of things a little bit more, him as a fighter in the ring, he already showed me everything he’s going to bring, you’ve already seen the best of Tyson Fury. There ain’t too much he’s going to change. I see he’s trying to get in different superstitions but at the end of the day, you’ve seen all of it.” – Wilder told SiriusXM’s The Ak And Barak Show.
🎙️ @BronzeBomber tells @BoxingwithAk and @TheBoxingBully what round the KO punch will land on Tyson Fury next Saturday. 🔊— SiriusXM Boxing (@SiriusXMBoxing) February 13, 2020
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