Deontay Wilder Tipped To Knock Out Tyson Fury
Here's another #pickyourpunt tip ahead of the big fight between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury.
Bookmakers Betfred are offering a price of 10/11 for Fury to be knocked down for both heavyweights to be knocked down, then Fury to go on and win the fight on points, a bet that can be backed right here.
Marc Gatford is in LA for The Sportsman and he explained his bet choice" "Here is a bet for a Wilder TKO or KO and Fury to be up on the cards on the time of stoppage."
No fighter has been able to beat Wilder who has 39 knockouts from 40 fights since making his debut 10 years ago. He has held the WBC title since 2015 when he beat Canada's Bermane Stiverne, a man he has beaten twice.
The 33-year-old has successfully defended the belt eight times, although Fury probably represents the toughest fight of his professional career.
Fury has never lost, going unbeaten in 27 fights since 2008. The man who revels in the nickname 'The Gypsy King' has fought twice since defeating Wladimir Klitschko three years ago in Germany: a knockout of Sefer Seferi in June, followed by a points victory over Francesco Pianeta earlier in the year
Wilder edges it in the outright betting, 4/6 to Fury's 5/4 price with Betfred, there's no doubting that Fury's transformation has been simply staggering, from both a mental and physical perspective.
The 30-year-old is in incredible shape, and if he can recapture the form of three years ago, then he has a cracking chance of usurping Wilder, with supporters arguing that his superior boxing skills will be too much for gunslinging Wilder, whose unpredictable style may haunt him this weekend in Los Angeles.