Deontay Wilder – Expect Tyson Fury Knocked Out In Spectacular Fashion
The WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder says he only displayed half of his potential in his first meeting with Tyson Fury back in December 2018, when they battled to a split draw at the Staples Centre.
Deontay Wilder (42-0-1, 41 KOs) will give Tyson Fury (29-0-1, 20 KOs) another chance in an anticipated WBC heavyweight championship rematch on Saturday night at the MGM grand Arena live on FOX and ESPN.
“I was anxious and overly excited in the first fight. It wasn’t me. It was 50 percent. This time it’s going to be all me, and people can expect a knockout in devastating fashion and nothing but greatness,” Wilder told BoxingScene.com in an interview. “I love to be who I am and the mindset that I have. I can turn boxing on or off as needed.”
Subscribe To Live Updates On Your Favorites Sports
Both fighters have promised to end the fight via knockout and won’t be allowing the fight to be decided by the Judges on Scorecards but if this plan doesn’t come to fruition, Wilder will have to up his punch output to end up a victor as he only average a 5.9 punch output over 12 rounds.
However Fury, who was ahead on scorecards didn’t surpass the Alabama knockout artist with much landing 84 but wasn’t able to avoid two knockdowns that eventually drew the fight leveled in the eyes of the Judges.
Tyson Fury has promised to knock out Wilder in the second round of their rematch, just as Wilder is equally promising to up the pressure in their upcoming rematch. Promises that end up promising an action packed fight and a very competitive and decisive win will blow open the door for a possible trilogy.
Deontay Wilder Vs Tyson Fury Rematch