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The Gypsy King vs The Bronze Bomber 

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Sport: Boxing 

Champion: Tyson Fury 

Challenger: Deontay Wilder 

Date of the match: 10 October, 12:00 PM (GMT+8) 


The Gypsy King vs The Bronze Bomber 

by: Barney C


Tyson Fury versus Deontay Wilder is a must-see event for heavyweight fans after Anthony Joshua's shocking loss to Oleksandr Usyk two weeks ago turned the heavyweight division upside down even further. In preparation for their third fight, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder held a savage final press conference. Despite the lack of a decisive showdown, the titans of the industry engaged in a verbal brawl over cheating charges. A player who has dedicated nearly two years of his life solely to revenge can only move up from where he is now. It's evident that Wilder isn't just out to avenge his defeat at the hands of Fury; he also intends to hold him accountable for the numerous accusations of cheating he leveled at him.  


Tyson Fury aims to repeat history once again this Sunday against Deontay Wilder. Fury romped Wilder early in their last match up, he started out the match fiercely right at the ring of the bell which led to a right hook in the 3rd round that sent Wilder out. In the 7th round, Wilder’s team threw in the towel due to numerous knockdowns. Fury had Wilder all figured out in their rematch, if Wilder focused on defending, Fury wouldn’t be knocked out.  He’s looking to do the same in the WBC championship and settle it once and for all. 


On the other hand, Deontay Wilder is looking to score a point in their trilogy clash after being humiliated by Tyson Fury last February 22, 2021. The Bronze Bomber has the highest knockout percentage in boxing with a whopping 98%. He can finish a fight in a split second with his abnormal strength that has knocked-out 41/43 of his opponents to the canvas. His performance against the Gypsy King, Tyson Fury proved critics that Deontay Wilder is not just a one trick pony and there is more to him than a career-threatening punch. He may not be the most composed boxer out there, but Deontay Wilder’s abnormal strength makes him one hell of a fighter and is looking to make the Gypsy King his 42nd victim to feel his career-threatening punch. 


Wilder will surely put up a fight against Fury. But Fury has proved time and time again that he is the strongest fighter in the ring. This Trilogy rematch will result in Fury having the Money Line and Bout Betting.  


Tyson Fury will defend his WBC Heavyweight Title against Deontay Wilder this Sunday at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada on October 10, 2021, 12:00 PM (GMT+8). 

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