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Tyson Fury is on a hiding to nothing against Deontay Wilder.
Everyone will just expect him to beat the American comfortably again.
So if he slips up then he risks ridicule and his chance of becoming undisputed champion will be in ruins.
That is why I’m confident he will not be complacent and will deliver another explosive demolition job on the Bronze Bomber.
What can Wilder do to change the outcome from their second fight?
He isn’t going to come out and suddenly be a super boxer and outbox the Gypsy King.
Wilder will just be hoping he can catch Fury with that right hand which is always a danger.
But Fury can win this fight any way he wants.
He can stand off the American and outbox him, or he can put it on him like last time and stop him.
I really believe if he does the latter then he will get the stoppage even earlier this time.
Wilder needs to throw caution to the wind and come out swinging. It should make for a spectacular fight.
Then our plan is to go after the other belts but we are still interested in the Anthony Joshua fight.
I believe Joshua should forget about rematching Usyk and come fight Fury instead.
If he loses again to the Ukrainian then his stock will be rock bottom.
Looking at that fight, you have to wonder what Fury would have done to Joshua.
Usyk has superb skills and performed great, but he’s a smaller guy coming up from cruiserweight.
Fury has the same skillset, maybe even a better one, but he also has the size.
If he fought Joshua this summer, I’d have had a big bet on him winning inside four rounds.
It’s just a shame it won’t be two British fighters facing each other for the undisputed crown though.
Undisputed is still our aim but there are plenty of big fights out there for Fury should he get another win over Wilder.
This week we signed European welterweight champion David Avanesyan and I can’t wait to work with him.
I believe he did great viewing figures on the Sky show last weekend so it is great to have him on board.
- Deontay Wilder
- Tyson Fury
- Frank Warren
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