Two best heavyweights in today’s boxing are clashing one against another in an event called Unfinished Business. Ladies and gentlemen, Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury part II, has arrived.
Wilder vs. Fury 2: What to Expect?
Well, the answer to this question is pretty simple – show. We have two guys whose personalities are unique, and in the sea of today’s athletes stand above all others. Both Wilders and Fury have a talent to create a spectacle, as they know how to heat the atmosphere.
Also, they are not trying to be superstars, but behave like ordinary people, each one with his own weaknesses and principles. And that is why everybody loves them.
Wilder vs. Fury 2 Vegas Odds
Where and When to Watch Wilder vs. Fury 2?
- Date: February 22
- Time: 11 PM ET
- Location: MGM Grand, Las Vegas, Nevada
- Watch on: BT Sports, FOX Sports PPV & ESPN+ PPV
Wilder Aiming to Preserve his Legacy
The Bronze Bomber (42-0-1, 41 KOs) is arguably one of the hardest punchers in the history of boxing. According to some, he is the No.1. And really, he demonstrated that on numerous occasions, sending his opponents to the la-la land in a split of a second.
But one guy didn’t go that way. He stayed on his feet, and end the fight. Furthermore, Wilder didn’t defeat him, which casts a shadow on his previous results. The American is aiming to become one of the greatest ever, and he can’t afford to have results like these, let alone to lose against his toughest enemy so far.
He is coming into this fight after knocking out Dominic Breazeale and Luis Ortiz for the second time.
Gypsy King’s Great Comeback
Fury (29-0-1, 20 KOs) did make a superb rally in the world of boxing once he managed to stay unbeaten against Wilder. If it weren’t one of his two knockdowns in that fight, he would be the champion now, not the American. The look Wilder had when he saw that Fury comes up from the canvas will never go away, and is already an epic highlight.
Yet the Irishman needs to take another step forward and to win belts in order to say that he made a comeback. Don’t forget; he was a unified heavyweight champion, something neither Wilder or Joshua managed to achieve. So the stakes are high for this fella.
Fury defeated Tom Schwarz last June, but to be honest, his rival wasn’t some notable name in the world of boxing.
Even though many believe that this fight might go to the distance, we do not share that opinion. Why? Well, these two guys already indicated that they might hurt one another. Wilder was wobbling several times in the first fight, and he wasn’t that convincing against Ortiz recently.
His extraordinary punch saved him on both occasions. Fury will be much more aggressive one he smells the blood this time; otherwise, he knows that the longer the fight goes on, chances for Wilder’s one-punch KO are rising. So betting that the contest ends before the 10th round is pretty reasonable here. The odds on that one are 11/10.