Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury II Barclays Center April 27 or May 18

Wilder vs Fury II Who Wins & How?


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Aug 28, 2014
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I think the rematch is worse for Wilder. Fury in shape and 12 rounds under his belt will be no joke.
Im hoping when Wilder said he was going to come in at 240 he wasnt joking lol if Wilder comes in looking like AJ would be funny
 
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Im hoping when Wilder said he was going to come in at 240 he wasnt joking lol if Wilder comes in looking like AJ would be funny
I think he'd be even more of a sitting duck, though. I'd imagine he'd gas early if he came that heavy.
 
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If Wilder can somehow admot to himself that he fought an idiotic fight last time, and make adjustments, then I think he takes out fury with ease.

Sadly, I only give him a 10% chance of this, as he seems absurdly full of himself. He's basically become a HW Broner.
I voted for a Wilder KO, but mostly out of wishful thinking.
I wouldn't be surprised if, in the rematch, Wilder lunges forward so hard that he falls over and knocks himself out.

It would be funny as Hell if Fury manages to KO himself with an uppercut at the same time. Does Vegas have odds on that?
 
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If Wilder can somehow admot to himself that he fought an idiotic fight last time, and make adjustments, then I think he takes out fury with ease.

Sadly, I only give him a 10% chance of this, as he seems absurdly full of himself. He's basically become a HW Broner.
I voted for a Wilder KO, but mostly out of wishful thinking.
I wouldn't be surprised if, in the rematch, Wilder lunges forward so hard that he falls over and knocks himself out.

It would be funny as Hell if Fury manages to KO himself with an uppercut at the same time. Does Vegas have odds on that?
To be fair Wilder did say he wanted the KO so much at the beginning thats why he missed so wildly, then he said when he calmed down he started to land so maybe he can start where he left off
 
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Nov 10, 2014
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Reading the rematch could be worth £50m and Fury's slice could be £20m. No wonder Hearn is so pissed with Finkel.
 
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Saw an interesting post, Fury has probably shed 10lbs and Wilder has probably put on 10lbs so fight fight they will be similar weight, wonder if it could make Wilder's punches have more effect
 
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Korakuen Hall
Shelly Finkel, the co-manager of WBC heavyweight champion Doentay Wilder, just informed Boxingtalk.com that the April 27th date for the eagerly anticipated rematch between Wilder and former champion Tyson Fury is no longer possible. Finkel further stated that this doesn't necessarily lock in May 18th as the date for the pay-per-view show either, but he refused to elaborate on other possibilties.Finkel also couldn't detail if terms for the bout have been agreed to, but said "everything should be all done next week."

 

DB Cooper

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Shelly Finkel, the co-manager of WBC heavyweight champion Doentay Wilder, just informed Boxingtalk.com that the April 27th date for the eagerly anticipated rematch between Wilder and former champion Tyson Fury is no longer possible. Finkel further stated that this doesn't necessarily lock in May 18th as the date for the pay-per-view show either, but he refused to elaborate on other possibilties.Finkel also couldn't detail if terms for the bout have been agreed to, but said "everything should be all done next week."

Tactics will surely play a role in determining the date for Wilder-Fury II.

I would have thought with the likely-hood that Wilder-Fury II and Joshua-Miller will land in the US fairly close together, that getting in first would be advantageous.