Can Wilder beat Fury in a Rematch?

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Alot of people saying Wilder will come out more postivie in the rematch and TRY and stick it on Fury , what does that mean? That he will miss more? Wilder was at his peak, Fury just fucking warming back up.
 
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Yeah he could. Wilder could beat any HW simply because of his power.

I doubt a rematch would be that much different stylistically. Wilder isn't really good enough as a boxer to get near Fury to land the right hands consistently, and Fury won't want to engage much as he knows the power Wilder has.
 
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Yeah he could. Wilder could beat any HW simply because of his power.

I doubt a rematch would be that much different stylistically. Wilder isn't really good enough as a boxer to get near Fury to land the right hands consistently, and Fury won't want to engage much as he knows the power Wilder has.
Correct, and only a master of evasion like Fury stands much chance of avoiding Wilder's right hand for 12 rounds.
 
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I'd see a second going very similar to the first time. Wilder could beat anyone with his power but as has already been said, someone like Fury is one of the few to be able to avoid him for 12. He's very good at what he does but fury on 100% fitness does him for me.
 
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nvs

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Agreed with @BoxSharp, Wilders unreal power is the equalizer that gives him a chance against any opponent.
That being said, if the rematch happens i think Fury makes him look even more silly.
 
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I'd see a second going very similar to the first time. Wilder could beat anyone with his power but as has already been said, someone like Fury is one of the few to be able to avoid him for 12. He's very good at what he does but fury on 100% fitness does him for me.

Fury didn't avoid him for 12 though...

But yeah, of course Wilder could win a rematch. If the ref had waved it off when Fury hit the floor he would've won by KO and no-one would've complained. Well done Jack Reiss for giving Tyson a chance to do something miraculous, but Wilder could easily land something similar in a rematch and keep Fury down for 10.
 
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I think Fury wins a rematch more comfortably, as Wilder will likely be less patient, feeling he has to get to Fury earlier, so will be (even) easier for Fury to predict. That said, I don't think even Fury gets up three times (although after watching that 12th round I wouldn't ever bet against him, it was remarkable) so there's always a chance of a big KO win with Wilder. So yes, Wilder can win a rematch, but if I had to bet on it my money would be on Fury. They'll both try the same thing again in a rematch and as we saw - Fury's better at it.
 
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Fury didn't avoid him for 12 though...

But yeah, of course Wilder could win a rematch. If the ref had waved it off when Fury hit the floor he would've won by KO and no-one would've complained. Well done Jack Reiss for giving Tyson a chance to do something miraculous, but Wilder could easily land something similar in a rematch and keep Fury down for 10.
Hence why I said a 100% Fury does him. I don't think wilder is landing those shots if fury gets fitter. I definitely think that was a big part of why he got them off so late. And I said fury is one of the few that CAN avoid him for 12, there's obviously s chance wilder connects clean like he did but most fighters are taking a few of his big bombs much sooner than Tyson did.
 
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Fury didn't avoid him for 12 though...

But yeah, of course Wilder could win a rematch. If the ref had waved it off when Fury hit the floor he would've won by KO and no-one would've complained. Well done Jack Reiss for giving Tyson a chance to do something miraculous, but Wilder could easily land something similar in a rematch and keep Fury down for 10.
Fury avoided Wilder for very nearly the full 12 rounds and we saw how close Wilder went to knocking Fury out when he did catch him.
 

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Not sure its possible to avoid wilder for 12 rounds. Fury should try to hurt wilder next time around i definitely feel he could have
 
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If Wilder lands he can stop anybody, however the 2 Fury rematches he's had, he was vastly improved in game plan and strategy the 2nd time around.
 
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A Force

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I’d always favour Fury to outbox him but you’d always have to give Wilder a real chance of knocking him out due to the power he has
 
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Who knows. I think Wilder, as the champion, needs to fight Joshua first though. If he wins, he brings all the belts into a rematch with Fury. This nonsense about not wanting to fight AJ as he wants to give Fury another crack is BS, just fight Joshua. Wilder is still champion, he still holds the decisions on his next move. Why he wouldn't want to fight Joshua next is beyond me. Weird.
 

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Sadly I think wilder will win a rematch he knows he has the power to hurt fury badly so he will be more aggressive. Fury is elusive for a big man but 12 rounds as the first fight proves is practically impossible to avoid getting caught by a huge wilder punch even for fury . I'd love fury to box the perfect fight and box superbly and not get hit at all but the law of averages says that isn't going to happen . Also perhaps fury needs to try to get more power into his own punches to discourage wilder from being to aggressive and therefore could leave himself a little less tight defensively .
 
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