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“Knock Him the F*** Out” – Tyson Fury Promises to Get a Stoppage Win Over Deontay Wilder Once Again

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Tyson Fury promises to knock out Deontay Wilder in the trilogy fight

Tyson Fury became the first fighter to hand a loss to then-undefeated Deontay Wilder when he stopped him in the seventh round to become the new WBC and lineal heavyweight champion of the world. In the process, he also became a two-time heavyweight champion. After almost 15 months, Fury and Wilder are set to share the boxing ring once again, as the trilogy fight goes down this weekend inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. 

Tyson Fury

The heroics of Tyson Fury continues to amaze boxing fans around the world. Fury’s movement inside the ring for a man his size is admirable, to say the least. Additionally, his growth as a person following his fight with depression and alcoholism is an inspiration to many.

 

While Fury eating a clean punch from Wilder and still being able to continue against arguably the most lethal puncher the world of boxing has ever seen gave one of the most incredible moments in boxing history, Fury’s stoppage win over the knockout artist also made it to the history books. Ahead of th trilogy fight, Tyson Fury intends to the same. 

Speaking to the media outside of the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Fury has this to say about the upcoming trilogy fight against Deontay Wilder. “I am still gonna knock him the f*** out.” Fury said. The Gypsy King goes futher to ridicule Wilder, “Even when goes to sleep with his missus, he’s thinking of Tyson Fury.”

Can Tyson Fury beat Deontay Wilder?

Tyson Fury has the perfect skillset to beat someone like Deontay Wilder. The Bronze Bomber is not quite good on is feet if we compare him to Tyson Fury, however, he comes inside the ring with devastating power that can sleep any boxer on the planet. Be that as it may, Tyson Fury’s footwork, and his movement inside the ring could prove to be too muc for the Bronze Bomber who relies mostly on his power to get the job done.

It won’t be a difficult task for Fury to control Wilder on the feet, but he will need to make sure at every moment of teh fight not to get hit from one of Wilder’s devastating punches. 

 

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