Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury fight begins soon
The boxing world is eagerly awaiting the rematch between two of the greatest active boxers. Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury 2 is the story of a meeting between two behemoths with steel fists and the belt of the WBC heavyweight world champion at the end. This time it will take a winner. A draw – the only one conceded by these two unbeaten – had decided between the American and the Englishman in December 2018 in Los Angeles, at the end of a fight where Wilder, long dominated, kept his belt in extremis by sending to the mat, twice, Fury who knew how to get up. “The first confrontation was incredible, very controversial. We left people in confusion as to who had won … Here we will settle everything. It’s the day of the last judgment. Everyone will know, “Wilder summed up to the press.
The fight’s on Saturday but Wilder and Fury are starting early 🔥 @br_betting pic.twitter.com/8vzSWVJyAW
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) February 19, 2020
Tension mounts at the press conference
Wilder (42 wins including 41 before the limit, 1 draw) is this boxer capable, like no other, of waiting the necessary time, even of undergoing for several rounds, to better strike his opponent with his terrible right at the slightest opening. Fury, under his whimsical air, is above all a great technician. His boxing is varied, unpredictable. His art of dodging is mastered, his resistance to any test. Before the confrontation in the ring, the traditional war of words took place at the pre-combat press conference. The two men made the show by coming to blows. “I have never been so ready and focused for a fight. You will see the best Tyson Fury ever, “said the 31-year-old Briton this week (29 wins, including 20 before the limit, 1 draw).
11,000 dollar places on the black market
It has been almost two decades and the shock won in 2002 by Lennox Lewis against Mike Tyson that the top category had not experienced such thrills. The craze for this meeting is such that the price of seats on the black market goes up to 11,000 dollars (10,200 euros) each. “Wilder-Fury II” has yet to give its verdict, which everyone is already hoping to see a fight between the winner and Briton Anthony Joshua (holder of the WBA, WBO, IBF belts) for the reunification of the titles. Proof that the current golden age of heavyweights is far from over.