When Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder competed for the WBC heavyweight title, everyone in the boxing world set their sights on the three heavyweight titles in Las Vegas song. Fury won the championship with a devastating knockout in the rematch. Now Wilder will look for revenge in the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on October 9.
The two met for the first time in December 2018, and Fury defeated Wilder to a large extent throughout the game. But a pair of knockouts, including one that seemed to be close to the end of the battle in the 12th round, because Wilder had won enough victories in the eyes of the judges to rule the tie. Then in February 2020, after Wilder’s corner kick dropped the towel after multiple knockdowns, Fury entered Wilder and scored in the seventh round of TKO, thus dispelling any doubts. Now, before Fury was able to play a unified match with the then champion Anthony Joshua, Wilder obtained an independent arbitrator’s permission for the rematch, after which he began to seek revenge.
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Since losing, Wilder has proposed a series of elaborate conspiracy theories, from his elaborate costumes that frayed his legs before the game to Fury tampering with his gloves for the advantage of power, to his own coach. Plotting against him surrendered when Wilder languished under Fury’s punch.
At the PPV level, undercards and prelims are no better than this. The heavyweight duel filled the rest of the PPV roster, and the big names were also scattered in the preliminaries. When Frank Sanchez played Efe Ajagba, the game of common characteristics saw a pair of ascending prospects close to the championship level. Sanchez is a Cuban. He has an unbeaten record of 13 knockouts in 18 games. At the same time, Ajaba was eliminated 12 times in 15 games and remained unbeaten. This is clearly the biggest step taken by these two fighters in their booming careers.
The following is a complete battle card with the latest odds of Caesars Sportsbook.
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