Wilder vs Fury : The WBC heavyweight championship is at stake at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Tonight (Saturday, December 1ast) sees reigning titleholder Deontay Wilder (40-0, 39 KOs) put his belt and undefeated record on the line against.
Wilder vs Fury Live
Wilder is coming off the biggest win of his career against Luis Ortiz in March, rallying from almost being knocked out to brutally knock Ortiz out with his vaunted power. Fury has won a couple of tune-ups after being out of boxing due to a drug test failure, substance abuse problems,
preparing for. If it is anything less it will be easy for me,” he said.”I’m happy it is here. It gets me on the road again and I’ve become a road warrior. “We could have had this at Old Trafford and sold 75,000 tickets. I think it doesn’t really matter where the fight is going to be, the outcome is going to be the same.
The eyes of the boxing world will be fixated on Los Angeles this Saturday when a pair of unbeaten giants square off at the Staples Center in arguably the biggest heavyweight title fight in two decades. More Wilder vs. Fury WBC titleholder Deontay Wilder matches his powerful right hand against the awkward craft of lineal champion Tyson Fury in a Showtime pay-per-view main event. Wilder enters the bout a slight betting favorite in Las Vegas, but never count on the always crafty Fury.
So which heavyweight comes out on top? We pooled the thoughts of some of boxing’s biggest current names and well-known legends, including fighters who have shared the right with the combatants to get their take.
Deontay Wilder wins
Luis Ortiz, heavyweight contender (lost to Wilder): “If Fury decides he wants to dip and dive and move, then he can extend the fight. But it’s all up to Wilder. If Fury decides he wants to come to the middle of the ring and fight, then it’s going to be over quick. Wilder is going to catch him. Prediction: Wilder by KO.” [Showtime]