Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder: Who Wins The Rematch?
Fury is clearly the more polished all-around boxer of the two but he doesn't have the punching power of Wilder, currently considered the hardest hitter in the heavyweight division. This contrast in styles makes for a unique betting opportunity in the Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 2020 odds.
- Champion Deontay Wilder is BetNow's -120 favorite to defeat Tyson Fury in their heavyweight title bout on Saturday in Las Vegas
- Underdog Fury is listed at -104 money in the Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 2 odds
- The two fought to a draw in their first title bout in 2018. You can get +1800 odds at Bovada on this one also ending in a draw
The long wait is over. Finally, Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury will again clash in the ring this Saturday in Las Vegas, with the WBC heavyweight title belt up for grabs. Wilder-Fury I ended in a 12-round split decision draw.
One judge's card scored it 115-111 for Wilder. Another saw the bout 114-112 in favor of Fury. The third judge pegged it all even at 113-113.
The Power And The Fury
Wilder is known as a finisher. Fury was just the second among 43 opponents who stepped in the ring with Wilder who didn't end up being knocked out.
- 01How Wilder Wins The Fight
- 02How Fury Wins The Fight
- 03Best Wilder-Fury II Props
- 04Where To Bet on Wilder-Fury II
How Wilder Wins The Fight
Known as the Bronze Bomber, Wilder (42-0-1) has scored knockout victories in 41 of his bouts. Besides Fury, Canadian Bermane Stiverne, who Wilder beat to claim the WBC heavyweight belt in 2015, is the only other fighter to go the distance with him.
Wilder put Fury on the canvas twice in their first fight. He thought he'd knocked his British opponent out in the 12th round but Fury shocked the crowd by rising to his feet to finish the bout. Wilder utilizes his long jab to keep opponents at bay and to set them up for his powerful finishing punch.
In Fury's last fight against Otto Wallin, the Brit was cut open for a deep gash over his right eye. If Wilder is able to re-open that cut, he could make short work of Fury this time around in the Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 2 odds.
How Fury Wins The Fight
Fury was able to make use of the combination of his long, 6-foot-9 frame and exquisite defensive acumen to frustrate Wilder for much of the first bout. To be the winner in the Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder picks, he'll need to access all of the tools in his boxing repertoire yet again.
Current WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO world heavyweight champ Anthony Joshua believes that Fury will get the job done.
Fury has displayed that he could outwit the best scientific boxer on the planet when he dethroned the legendary Wladimir Klitschko to capture Klitschko's WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO championship belts in 2015. He's 29-0-1 lifetime with 20 knockouts.
Best Wilder-Fury II Props
Bovada is offering a series of prop wagers on the Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 2 odds.
If you're of the opinion that Wilder will be able to take out Fury early in the fight, you could opt to play a Wilder wins in rounds 4-6 at odds of +550.
On the other hand, if Fury winning via decision is more to you're liking, play that outcome at a betting line of +160. A Wilder victory via decision comes at odds of +750. Betting the fight to go the distance regardless of the outcome can be wagered at odds of +105.
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