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Deontay Wilder Reveals His Strategy to Beat Tyson Fury in the Trilogy, Predicts a Vicious Knockout



In less than two weeks, the much-anticipated trilogy fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will take place. Subsequently, boxing fans around the world are highly excited for this big clash as this could be the biggest boxing event of this year. Moreover, there will be a lot at stake as the winner of this contest will get the bragging rights and also claim the WBC heavyweight title.

Building up to this fight, it is no secret that Wilder and Fury share a lot of animosity with each other. And as a result, both the fighters never miss any chance to trash their opponent during interviews or different media events. However, the BronzeBomber has made a surprising revelation in a video on Malik Scott’s Instagram page ahead of this super clash.


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The former World heavyweight champion has disclosed his game plan for his fight against the Gypsy King. “We gon’ be targeting the body, targeting the arms, targeting the neck, targeting the head. There’s no body part that’s not going to be hit.” Wilder also made a bold prediction that he will leave no stone unturned against Fury this time around.

“In the end, my hand’s will be raised high up in the sky not because I whooped his ass in twelve rounds but because I knocked him out.”

Will Deontay Wilder’s Gameplan work against Tyson Fury in their Trilogy fight?

Everyone is aware that Tyson Fury has great defensive skills as he has shown that throughout his boxing career. As a result, it would be very difficult for Deontay Wilder to come in with a new game plan and dominate completely.

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However, despite having an unblemished record and great boxing intelligence, the Gypsy King is not invincible. Owing to the fact that Deontay Wilder himself has dropped the British fighter. Hence Wilder’s new gameplan looks great considering how he performed during the rematch. Therefore mixing things up with jabs and targeting every body part against Fury seems to be a sensible idea.  

So comment below your thoughts about Deontay Wilder’s game plan for this title fight. And also predict who you think will come out on top in this super fight?