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Fury will be too much for Wilder, says Warren

Frank Warren is predicting a knockout win for Tyson Fury (29-0-1, 20 KOs) in his rematch coming up in a month from how against Deontay Wilder (42-0-1, 41 KOs) on February 22.

Warren thinks that Fury’s improved fitness, and his superior boxing ability will lead him to a stoppage victory over the unbeaten WBC heavyweight champion Wilder at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Like many people, Warren thinks Fury was robbed in his fight with Wilder in 2018 in Los Angeles, California. The judges scored it a controversial 12 round draw, but few boxing fans agreed with the decision. Nevertheless, Fury is ready to challenge Wilder again, but this time he wants to make sure the judges don’t take away another victory for him.

To get the win, Fury must stay upright, and avoid standing in front of the big hitting 6’7″ Wilder for prolonged periods of time. In their first fight, Wilder only briefly stopped to exchange with Wilder, and it cost him in getting dropped in round 9 and 12.

“If Deontay does what he does. He’s dangerous, and he can lose 11 rounds of the fight and knock you out in the last round,” said Warren said.

“That’s what he is. He’s a phenomenal puncher, and he’s the most dangerous heavyweight in 30 odd years.

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