Fury Vs Wilder 3 Betting Tips

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Fury v Wilder 3 Betting Tips

Date - Saturday, October 9th Venue - T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada How To Watch - BT Sports Box Office

December 1st 2018, February 22nd 2020 and October 9th 2021, are three of the biggest nights in recent boxing history due to the trilogy of Tyson Fury Vs Deontay Wilder. Both competitors entered the trilogy with flawless records and both have lost those records in these fights. Fury has remained undefeated after a draw in their first fight, while Wilder was completely outclassed and defeated in their second bout. However, many argue that the American was robbed of a victory in their initial fight, with both the judges scorecards and the referees capabilities coming into question. However, Fury’s domination in the second bout could not be questioned and that has led to where we are today, a third fight in the heart of America - Las Vegas.

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Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury Comparison

Tale Of The Tape Deontay Wilder Tyson Fury
Age 35 33
Height 6ft 7in 6ft 9in
Weight 96kg 115kg
Reach 83in 85in
Record 43-1-1 30-0-1
KO’s 41 21
Nickname The Bronze Bomber Gypsy King
Hometown Tuscaloosa, Alabama Manchester, UK

Wilder v Fury Betting Markets

After the second fight, the odds are stacked against Deontay Wilder as he can be found at 49/20 to defeat Tyson Fury, who can be found as low as . Admittedly, there isn’t much value in either boxer for the winners market, so we recommend checking out some of the other markets below that we’ll be basing our online betting tips on.

Total Rounds

Method Of Victory

Round of Victory

Group Betting

In their first fight, Deontay Wilder thought he had wrapped up the win in the 12th round, with Tyson Fury seemingly down and out. But on the 9 count, Fury rose from the ground and took the fight to Wilder, who was immediately on the ropes and looked vulnerable. This proves just how durable Tyson Fury is. He can last as long as he chooses to in the ring and history shows that the longer the bout goes on, the better the chance that Fury has of winning. However, Deontay Wilder will certainly fancy himself in the early rounds. Wilder possesses one of the most powerful punches in boxing and can end a fight in one punch at any point. That being said, after Fury dismantled Wilder in their second bout, Wilder’s only hope comes from an early knockout.

Wilder To Win in Rounds 1-3 @ 12/1

The second fight between these two boxers saw us watch a completely different Tyson Fury to what we’re used to seeing. Fury is typically quite a composed, methodical boxer; however, his powerful destruction of Wilder in February 2020 took everyone by surprise. Fury knocked Wilder down twice and Wilder fell to the canvas due to “slips” twice more. The fight ended after the blood coming from the ear of Wilder visibly concerned trainer Mark Breland, who eventually threw in the towel in the 7th round when Wilder also began bleeding from the mouth. Wilders determination had to be admired, but he was simply outclassed by a better boxer on that night. This time around, in our opinion, the only question that needs to be asked is will Fury win in rounds 4-6 or 7-9 as, unfortunately for the American, we can’t see anything but a Tyson Fury victory here.

Tyson Fury to win in rounds 7-9 - 4/1

Bet UK’s Headline Betting Tip

Technically, Fury is a better boxer than Wilder. But, there is also no denying that if it comes down to one punch, Wilder will be the man who delivers it. However, there isn’t a better boxer at wearing down a competitor than Tyson Fury and he showed in the last fight that he has some serious knockout power now. Wilder should have learned some lessons from the first fight and should at least last a little longer, which is why we’re backing Fury to win in the 8th round.

Tyson Fury to win in round 8 - 4/1

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