Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder Heavyweight Fight in December 2018

Fury Vs Wilder Heavyweight Fight

There is much talk about Anthony Joshua’s next opponent and it has every chance of being either Tyson Fury or Deontay Wilder, who are now set to fight each other in December.  Wilder’s (40-0) WBC heavyweight title will be on the line against the lineal champ Fury (27-0) who has won twice since back to the ring in June after a two and a half year absence. Whoever wins this prodigious battle in Los Angeles will be in top position to take on Joshua for all the Heavyweight Gold.

When: Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder fight will take place on Saturday, 1 December 2018 at either the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas or The Staples Centre in Los Angeles, United States. Tyson Fury and Deotay Wilder had confirmed about Heavy weight Fight.

The promotional tour for the fight will begin in London on 1 October, before it will in New York and Los Angeles. The 32 year old Wilder will have held the WBC title for almost four years when he meets Fury, both fighters possess undefeated records. Fury has previously held the unified WBA, WBO and IBO world titles after beating Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015, but  evacuate the belts a year later.  Tyson Fury Return

The Wilder will be the third fight of Fury’s comeback after a two and a half year absence from the ring, but the 30 year old was typically hopeful in a video uploaded to Instagram after the date was confirmed. “Deontay Wilder, you are going to get it and you are in big trouble,” he said. “I have never met a man I couldn’t beat in the boxing ring or outside on the street. I know you have got a big punch and I know you are unbeaten. I know you have got a big mouth and I know you want to win, but you don’t want it like I do. You can’t beat me. I will force my will upon you until you quit, and that is a promise.”

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Wilder was more measured a video to his Twitter account, saying: “I can’t wait. It is going to be an exciting fight, an explosive fight, and one for the legacy. “You’ve got the WBC heavyweight champion of the world versus the lineal champion. It is going to be a pleasure,” he added. “The two best heavyweights, competing against each other, the best fighting the best, and giving the people what they want. This is what we’re doing.”

Fury Said “We done this deal in two days. It’s been easy. It’s the most straightforward deal I’ve ever done,” Fury said before the fight was made official. “Las Vegas is the destination, so I’ve been told, December’s the month, 2018’s the year. “It’s going to be a massive boxing event. He’s a great world champion and he’s the most dangerous heavyweight out there barring none. It’s going to be an epic battle.”

Betting Odds: 4/6 Wilder

11/8 Fury

25/1 Draw


Rickey Hatton British professional Boxer predicted about Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder, Fury will defeat Wilder If he regular keep his good work in the Gym. Rickey Hatton has been supporting Fury during his return to Boxing. He also gave his prediction on who he thinks that emerge victorious of two and how the victory will be targeted.

I  saw many times Tyson in the gym and from what he’s done, he beats Wilder,” Hatton interviewed Fight Hub TV. “He has been absolutely extraordinary in the gym.  He did not take it into the ring first fight back but reasons for that he had a lengthy training camp with great dealing between the ears. He got the cobwebs out the way now and I see Fury beating Wilder non stop. The way he holding gym, he is looking better than he was before fight of Klitschko, that is something to inspect.

They thought that the Brit will face Wilder in April, as  the Bronze Bomber’s bout with Fury makes that doubtful. A fight between Wilder and Joshua will make a new unquestioned  heavyweight world champion.

Of course, Fury should beat Wilder, a battle between the Gypsy King and Joshua would still create the first undisputed champion since Lennox Lewis.

“Tyson Fury’s confound us in past,” Lewis said. “I did not think he was going to do that opposite  Wladimir and he did great than expected. “Certain fighters, they rise to the time and he seems like one of those fighters to rise to the point. “He might have couple of fights and some kind of warm him up to the situaton of jumping in the ring to a big fight, but he always shows up for the big fights.”

Wilder will be much better technically if he wants to beat the best defensive heavyweights in history. my prediction is a victory of fury over the points. David Haye is an experienced professional in regards to what he has experienced in sports boxing. so when the former retired 37-year world champion is a fighter by passing the pass then you must get up and consider. Haye has first-hand knowledge of WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder with him on several occasions. Wilder is destined to face Tyson fury someone to whom Haye would have had to fight twice in the past by the end of the year.

Haye took Wilder to his training camp to help him prepare for fury and still remembers todays sessions. I have fought many times with him and he had to be on as long as he was in a fight said lotta hype normally in combat which is giving around 80-90% a shot reaches six. wear large protective gloves. for the head but with Wilder you have to be in your game otherwise he can hit you and hurt you Haye also spoke about the fact that in the combats you can go to 80-90% as the main guard but with Wilder you should be 100% in the service otherwise you will be speaking seriously.


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