Beim Rematch zwischen WBC-Schwergewichts-Weltmeister Deontay Wilder und Tyson Fury ist Spektakel garantiert. Im Vorfeld brannte die. Deontay Wilder gegen Tyson Fury: Auf dieses Aufeinandertreffen der beiden Schwergewichts-Boxer freuen sich Fans seit Dezember Fury II – schon vor dem grossen Rückkampf fliegen erstmals die Fetzen WBC-Schwergewichts-Weltmeister Deontay Wilder und Tyson Fury.
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Not sure what the next steps are for Wilder. I mean, is he going to just wing it every fight like he used to? Or will he try to finally add new facets to his game?
The latter will be very difficult to achieve at this point in his career. Have another look at the clinching and turn the commentary off.
To tie Wilder up and lean on him. But have a closer look. I was Wilder that initiated most of the clinches and then Fury leans on him.
Yes a lot of the clinches were just Wilder trying to stop the barrage coming in on him by tying Fury up. And Fury punished him for it almost every time.
I only saw Fury grab on a couple of times like he had planned to do it, not like he was resting by grabbing hold of Wilder.
Wilder is tough as hell. He went seven rounds vs. Fury taking a more or less brutal beating pretty well every single round. It is not going to be easy for anyone else but Fury to get him out of there.
I doubt Joshua can knock Wilder out, after watching this. Cannot imagine Joshua being able to bully Wilder in close or on the ropes the same way Fury did.
Joshua is not as quick or mobile as Fury either. It will be no cakewalk for anyone vs. What a fiasco!!!! He looks like a total restrained or like no having a plan B to contain the English clown.
He was totally ineffective, his jab was non existing and may be just relaying in a lucky punch to stop the wild attacks inferred but his opponent.
In my opinion his sometime lack of confidence on himself show up again with negative results. On the other hand, he has to plan very well his future by improving his boxing skills which are very much required since up to know all his victories were obtained mainly because his formidable punching power.
Shame to him for having lost this fight to just a big boxer like Tyson. Ahaha, unorthodox,strange opinion. Fury is the best heavyweight for so many years.
That is why no 1 wanted to fight him. Now he proved that. Educate yourself. Forgot your password?
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Tyson Fury manhandled Deontay Wilder over seven grueling rounds before the "Bronze Bomber's" corner threw in the towel to declare Fury the winner.
Fury outmatched Wilder in every way, dropping him multiple times in the fight and causing him to bleed out of his ear. Respect box? In the end, the fight was a complete domination, nothing like the first bout.
That's a championship mentality, but also one that may not benefit him in the long-term. Wilder can beat any man on any night because his punch is that powerful.
But an immediate second loss to Fury would damage his brand and may shatter his confidence. Fury has made it clear that he is approaching the end of his in-ring career.
Wilder may be well-served to sit back and let a foe with a nightmare stylistic match-up move along rather than throwing down a third time.
The time for Tyson Fury vs. Anthony Joshua is now: A true heavyweight unification bout featuring two fighters from the United Kingdom? It seems like simple math to just make the fight happen without any delay -- so long as Wilder and his team don't initiate their contractually-obligated third fight.
Boxing remains funny, though, in that what makes sense does not always make it to the ring. But Anthony Joshua's promoter, Matchroom Boxing's Eddie Hearn, has said previously that their team was hoping for a Fury win because they thought getting the new WBC champion in the ring would be easier than making a fight with Wilder, which had failed to materialize in the past.
Joshua holds more titles, but Fury's profile places him as the "true" heavyweight champion in the eyes of much of the public. Boxing always benefits from a strong heavyweight division.
Fury and Wilder was a massive fight and Joshua's rematch with Andy Ruiz got enough attention to brighten Joshua's star as he righted the wrong of a massive upset last year.
It's time to make the fight that makes sense and give the world a true unified world champion at heavyweight.
We had it on 10 or 15 minutes before we even walked out and then put the helmet on. That was extra weight, then the ring walk, then going up the stairs.
It was like a real workout for my legs. When I took it off, I knew immediately that the game had changed. The fight contract between Fury and Wilder included a clause in which the loser could unilaterally invoke a trilogy fight.
Wilder announced on February 29 that he had activated the clause, and vowed redemption in a video posted on his social media accounts, "We will rise again.
We will regain the title. I will be back. We will hold our heads up high. Your king is in great spirit. We will rise like a phoenix from the ashes and regain the title.
I'll see you in a few months. For the war has just begun. The third fight was tentatively set for July 18, but was postponed due to the COVID pandemic , with October being a potential replacement.
Who knows even about November? Obviously, we cannot do Fury and Wilder without an audience. If you are going to do it with an audience, are people going to be willing to get on a plane and come to Las Vegas?
So many of the fans come from the UK. A lot of that has to be taken into account. In October , Tyson Fury confirmed claims that he would no longer fight Wilder a third time, citing difficulties in contractual negotiations in finding a suitable date for the bout to take place.
Piracy of the PPV on streaming platforms was also widespread, with VFT Solutions estimating that there were between 10 and 20 million views of the fight via illegal streams on major social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter , and around 10 million more people who watched the fight on illegal streaming websites.
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