Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder III

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Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder III
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Date: 
Saturday, October 9, 2021
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Tyson Fury
                                                                    
Deontay Wilder
                                                                    


Fan Cards: Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder III


scorecard by JONTAM23
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TYSON FURY
DEONTAY WILDER


scorecard by JAROD KILLIAN
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TYSON FURY
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TYSON FURY
DEONTAY WILDER




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Jarod Killian's picture

And the Oscar for Best Motion Picture in the Comedy Genre goes to.......

Jarod Killian's picture

Deontay Wilder KO8

Gold's picture

I honestly may pick Wilder for this fight as well lol

Jarod Killian's picture

Word on the street is that Fast Eddie is planning on pulling a fast one here and having AJ vs Usyk taking place the exact same day as this slapstick comedy show on DAZN. To which (if this holds true), I must say (for once) I salute Fast Eddie.

I think Fury will be far less motivated than before and a little complacent, and puts in a sluggish performance and wins via later stoppage than the 2nd fight, TKO round 10, or perhaps a wide unanimous decision.

I'd be pretty surprised if Wilder pulls off the KO, the bookies have this one correct, Fury is the heavy favourite for a reason.

Jarod Killian's picture

This PPV card should be called Fury vs Wilder III: "The Court Mandated Contractual Obligation". In fact that SHOULD BE in ALL promotional posters and material for this fight.

beaunuitmem's picture

:-) Forgetting the disappointment of it actually happening, my main thought when considering the fight is, will Wilder's new dent be symmetrical with the old one or will his existing dent just get bigger...

Wilder KO late

Looking at Wilder's preparations for this fight, I can say that it looks like he's going about this all wrong. He's training to fight Fury on the inside. What this indicates to me is that his game plan is based entirely on the incorrect assumption that Tyson Fury cheated. He's showing that he believes that Tyson Fury doesn't actually have any real power, and is putting all his eggs in that basket. He thinks he's just going to be able to trade with Fury without consequences. All that's going to do is make it easier for Fury to do what he's planning on and put him right in position for Fury's power shots, and we already know that Fury's defense is worlds better than Wilders

He should have focused his training on countering off the back foot, that way he could have kept Fury's power at bay.

Fury by KO in Round 5.

Champion97's picture

Prediction.

The last fight was very one sided, I think there is a big difference in level, Fury is logically a heavy favourite, and there's a chance Wilder isn't the same after the damage he took last time, but this fight is interesting because Fury is unpredictable, is likely not to have lived the life as much as Wilder since last time, and because Wilder's power is always a threat to some extent. I think last time, Wilder was too heavy, and he underestimated Fury, he wasn't prepared for Fury to use his size to back him up in the early rounds. Wilder proved against Ortiz, he is dangerous off the back foot, I think Fury was more dominant in the rematch not because Wilder is reliant on being on the front foot, but because Fury's ring rust was a factor the first time, Wilder is not a good pressure fighter, can be out boxed, he wasn't comfortable on the back foot last time because he wasn't expecting Fury to take centre ring. Scott is untested as a trainer, I don't think he's a better trainer than Mark Breland, but I don't think Wilder listened to Breland, and Scott doesn't need to be as good a trainer as Breland, to improve Wilder if Wilder is prepared to make some changes.

I think Fury will start like he did last time, but this time, Wilder will be prepared to back up, and will hurt Fury off the back foot, I think Fury will be too clever to stand in the pocket once he's hurt, and he will try to push Wilder down and buy time. I think Fury will change his tactics after Wilder has hurt him, and go back to boxing on the back foot. I think Fury will box on the back foot for the last 8-10 rounds, Wilder won't be able to cut off the ring, Fury will stop him in his tracks with the jab, will be patient with the right hand, will easily lean away from Wilder's right hand, and Fury will take over the fight by boxing how he did in the first fight. I don't think Wilder will have any success at all when Fury is using the ring, will be even less accurate than in the first fight, Fury will be more accurate than in the first fight, and will control the pace and tempo.

I think Fury will win a wide UD, I'd be surprised if Wilder won because Fury is so defensively good, and his recovery is so fast when he does get caught. I wouldn't be surprised if Fury got a late stoppage, but I definitely think it will be Wilder who improves on the last fight.

charliemason's picture

Do you think Wilder will knock Fury down?

Champion97's picture

I think so, catching Fury won't be easy for Wilder, but if he does land clean, I expect Fury to go down. What do you think of the fight?

charliemason's picture

My reply below, taken a lot of inspiration from your predictions.

charliemason's picture

My prediction- I think for 10 ish rounds, it will be one of the best fights ever. I think Wilder will knock Fury down 2-3 times, however I think it’s impossible for Fury to be knocked out, and Fury will win every round bar the knockdowns. Fury will hit Wilder with lots of hard, clean shots to head and body, but Wilder will prove to have a great chin and heart. By the late rounds 9-10 rounds, Wilder will gas out and be hit by a huge massive counter left hook by Fury that will drop Wilder hard and hurt him bad. After that, As Champion97 thought in the second fight, I believe Fury will stop Wilder with accumulation to the point there’s no doubt and the referee will wave the fight off fairly. And at the end of the fight, Wilder will accept the loss, and accept that Fury is the better boxer and the better man.

Champion97's picture

I personally don't think it's impossible for Fury to be knocked out because Wilder can hit harder than in the last round the first time, he was gassed, I definitely think hehas the power to knock Fury out, having said that, Fury's fitness should be better than in the first fight, so his durability and recovery should be even better.

charliemason's picture

Out of topic, but I’ve got to say im really looking forward to hearing your prediction on AJ v Usyk and AJ v Fury

charliemason's picture

I know it’s out of topic but in short, who do you think would win between AJ and wilder?

Champion97's picture

I think Joshua because I think he has improved more in recent years, he doesn't have a good chin, and he has defensive lapses that we don't see from Fury and did not see from the Klitschko's, Wilder is arguably the biggest puncher of all time, has great awareness, is explosive, can exploit a small defensive lapse, is a good finisher, but Joshua's stamina has improved a lot, so Wilder can't bank on the late rounds, and he doesn't often have the ring generalship until he's landed that big shot, Joshua's fundamentals are far better, he has the much better variety, better defence, and he's still the stronger fighter. What do you think?

beaunuitmem's picture

Fury - round 4. Horrible ko.
Of all the excuses Wilder made, he never gave us one for why he hit Fury with his best shots in the first 2 rounds and Fury shrugged them off like mozzy bites. Wilder's power is superior but Fury's eyes trump Wilder's speed and if Fury sees it coming, he won't go down. Fury has the advantage in every other aspect and that's before you consider that Wilder probably shouldn't be being passed fit for this fight. The man has some serious ptsd that is being glossed over for the financial gain of others. I hope he comes out safe.

dizzy's picture

This has to be one of the more unnecessary trilogies. Had the result of the last fight been unsatisfying and inconclusive, than I would welcome the third fight. But this wasn't the case, Fury arguably outboxed Wilder in the first encouncter and completely dominated him in a rematch, neither result was an upset and there is no question left about who is the better fighter. I highly doubt Wilder will win this bout, of course Wilder himself doesn't believe that (and that's OK, that's the competitive nature of about 99% of elite fighters) but I think Fury has him completely figured out and the outcome of the fight will hardly surprise anyone.

If Wilder honestly thinks that "all he needs is one perfectly timed shot", he is even dumber than the fans that believe that. He pulled that out ONCE, against Luis Ortiz in a rematch, but most importantly against a fighter he had already figured out, he knew the core of his strategy, he knew exactly what needed to be done to set Ortiz up for that devastating shot, and that's because he had done it before. And the thing is, their first encouncter was competitive but not one-sided, which tells us that Ortiz didn't have as many advantages over Wilder as Whyte had against Povetkin. If you look at Wilder's previous wins, he was never in the situation where he was trailing badly but changed everything with one shot, even in some of the worst cases he worked his opponent quite a lot before securing a win. However, I won't be surprised if people are buying into Wilder's crap, I've seen many comments claiming that prime Wilder would beat prime Wladimir Klitschko because "he has power and Wlad has a glass chin", completely disregarding MANY other aspects of in-ring boxing intelligence such as fundamentals, technique, footwork, head and upper-body movement etc. where prime Wlad had a significant advantage over Wilder.

For Wilder's sake I hope he doesn't actually believe that and the narrative is only a part of the self-marketing. I he does believe that, I suspect he will never score another win against any formidable heavyweight.

Looks like this fight won't be happening until at least September. Covid outbreak at Fury's camp

beaunuitmem's picture

I hope that's the case. It's only right it should be around the same time as the Joshua fight; that way there's no argument about inactivity

Jarod Killian's picture

They had to be real motherfuckers and move this bullshit to my birthday! Fucking jerks!