LA is hot and the ring is about to get hotter! The boxing ring that is, Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury is almost here the most anticipated heavyweight contest since Joshua v Klitschko is just hours away. Daily Ent. Xpress will be covering the fight blow by blow on Twitter with an extensive build up from our team live in LA.
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Daily ENT Xpress – THE PREDICTION
Whether Fury can execute a game plan will depend on what kind of shape he is in, as Wilder is an athletic beast who will put relentless pressure on the Englishman. He is also gaining maturity in every fight and will surely approach this with more caution than he ever has done before.
The key for Wilder is energy utilisation. If he goes for the early “Hail Mary” he will end up gassing himself out as Fury has the fight IQ to manage the onslaught, so if the American tires, Fury will pepper him at will. The key for Fury is cardio and mental endurance which he displayed perfectly against Klitschko, but he has no choice but to respect the power of Wilder as he can shut the lights off at any moment.
‘The Gypsy King’ is as confident as ever but whether his body can keep up with his brain is a different matter, and there is never any room for error against ‘The Bronze Bomber’. However, class may be the difference with Fury weathering the storm and landing with an overwhelming output, consistently countering to wear Wilder down and clinch a decision.
Winner: Fury via Decision
Now see what Bhangra Artists and Fans are saying will happen.
Rounds 5/6 are going to be critical.
Wilder will let Fury have the early rounds, hoping that he blows himself out, rounds 5 and 6 will then see Wilder come into his own, and come on strong.
If Fury is rattled by this then we expect a stoppage from Wilder in Round 8. Fury needs to withstand those mid round barrages if he wants to steal this on points, but it’s Wilder by KO for us.
I am backing Fury as a fellow Brit, but I think the inactivity and mediocre build up fights will play a part the longer the fight goes on. I want to see Fury outclass Wilder, but I just don’t think he will be as sharp as he needs to be for what is going to be a long fight. Wilder’s right hand though! Wilder to win by KO
This is tough to call man, to tough, but I’m going Fury on points, I think he will be light on his feet and daze Wilder, and pick up points in the process. Fury On Points.
Wilder to win, grudgingly. Fury needed to be in his prime for this to be more of a contest, the ring rust will show and in the end prove costly. Wilder Win.
Damn, this is hard, My mind says Wilder and my heart says Fury, I just think Fury needed one more warm up fight before this big fight, but I’m letting my heart rule my head on this one. Fury on points, unanimous decision.
The ring walk is at 4.30am, damn bro, anyway, for me I’m backing Fury all the way, he will move around the ring and frustrate Wilder. Fury On Points!
Wilder for me, his hooks are next level, and he will eventually catch Tyson, so for me it is Wilder by KO. The man drops bombs.
What a fight, can’t wait for this. Fury is awkward, and he ties people up in knots mentally and I think that will tell, his the taller man, better reach, and I just feel it is his destiny. Fury on Points
Now let’s see what some of the fans who follow Daily Ent. Xpress think might happen:
I’ve only spent the last week or so seriously considering who wins this fight after months of build up.
With fight week here, I’m super impressed with Furys condition, poise and confidence and looking at him, it looks likes he’s primed to put in a performance full of his usual skill, movement and countering.
Wilder has come in light which shows his focus his speed and not getting in clinches with the bigger man. Wilder is a better boxer than people think and only goes crazy once someone is hurt.
All in all I slightly favour Fury to pull the rabbit out of the hat once again with his ring general-ship, defence and footwork to avoid the bombs and secure a 11th round tko.
Indy Singh Gill
The fight will go 12 rounds and fury will win on points
Gurms Singh Niche
Fury to win 7th round , upper cut K.O!
Wilder by late round Knockout
It’s tricky bro, I do have this feeling that Fury is not as confident and energetic as he has been in previous fights prior to to Wlad. So yes Fury has a chance, but got a feeling, chin up in the air, one time clipping, heavyweights. Bro it’s crazy in my mind.
Bro, I can’t make any prediction or sense of this fight, it’s up in the air heavyweight, I hope Fury wins, as he reps the peeps, this Wilder is becoming a more annoying as the build up goes on.