Tyson Fury Vs Deontay Wilder 3 Odds, Betting Preview, and Pick

There was one fight that the boxing world was desperate to see this summer, and that was Tyson Fury taking on Anthony Joshua. It looked like it would happen, but Fury was contracted to fight Deontay Wilder for the third time, so this is the fight we are getting. This preview will reveal all.

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Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury Odds, Betting Line, and Preview

Tyson Fury1/32/72/73/10
Deontay Wilder9/413/55/223/10

As can be seen from the above odds for the Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury fight, Fury is the favourite to come out victorious by some distance. If you enjoy doing a bit of boxing betting and place €10 on Fury to win with a sportsbook such as Unibet, you will make a profit of €2.90 if he does go on to win.

On the other hand, if you decide that Wilder will get his revenge in Fury vs Wilder 3 and you go ahead and put €10 on him to be victorious with the same bookmaker, you will make a profit of €26. The fact that you can make nearly three times as much profit betting on Fury to win just helps to emphasise how much of a favourite Fury is.

Fury will be getting into the ring on the 24th of July with an unbeaten record of 30 wins and 1 draw, with all but 9 of his wins coming thanks to a knockout. Wilder, on the other hand, will be getting into the ring in Vegas with 42 wins, 1 draw, and 1 loss to his name. All but 1 of his wins have come via a knockout.

The statistics tell us that Bronze Bomber has a power advantage over the Gypsy King, boasting an impressive 98% knockout percentage compared to Fury's 70%. When it comes to height and reach advantage, Fury is 2 inches taller than Wilder and also has a 2-inch arm reach advantage. Having a height and reach advantage helps in boxing, but a 2-inch height and reach advantage should not really give Fury that much of an advantage.

Wilder is 3 years older than Fury, and the latter will be hoping that this will work to his advantage, but if we are being honest we do not think the age gap is going to be the deciding factor between who wins this Fury vs Wilder fight.

When it comes down to experience, Wilder's experience as a professional boxer is pretty much equal to Fury's. The Bronze Bomber has fought 13 more fights than Fury, but the Gypsy King has fought 43 more rounds.

The last fight that these two boxers fought in was actually against each other. This fight took place on the 22nd of February at the MGM Grand Casino in Las Vegas and was for the Ring Heavyweight and WBC World Heavyweight titles. Fury came out like a man possessed and beat Wilder into submission in the 7th round. This was the second fight between the two boxers - the first one was declared a draw, but many thought that Fury was cheated out of a win.

Previous to this fight, Wilder fought Luiz Ortiz for the WBC World Heavyweight belt in Las Vegas on the 23rd of November 2019, and knocked him out in the 7th round. Fury's previous fight before this one was against Otto Wallin on the 14th of September 2019, and he won the fight by unanimous decision.

The last five fights that Wilder fought came over a time frame of 3 years, 2 months, and 29 days. This means that he steps into the ring every 7 months and 25 days. In these five fights, he fought 37 rounds, which means that his last five bouts have averaged 7.4 rounds.

The last five fights that Fury took part in came over a time frame of 2 years, 9 months, and 14 days. This means that he gets into the ring every 6 months and 22 days. In these last five fights, he fought in 43 rounds, which means that his last five fights have averaged 8.6 rounds.

Tyson Fury Vs. Deontay Wilder 3 Pick

When it comes to Fury vs Wilder betting, we think that the fight will be closer than what the bookmaker odds are suggesting. As we mentioned above, Wilder has a fierce right hook, and if Fury is struck by a couple of these, he could find himself down on the canvas.

If Fury stays alert and dodges or blocks Wilder's weapon, then we believe that he will be able to wear Wilder down and beat him into submission, just like he did in the second fight between the two. Even if he does get knocked down, Fury has shown time and time again that he is able to take a hit, and if he does hit the canvas, it should not faze him too much.

Prediction: Fury to win the fight by TKO.

Tyson Fury Vs. Deontay Wilder 3 Best Bet

Despite his movement and skill, Fury does take his share of punches in the ring. In the first fight between the pair, Wilder knocked Fury to the canvas twice, while Steve Cunningham and Neven Pajkic also sent him to the canvas. However, as we mentioned above, Fury has the impressive ability to take massive hits and carrying on. There are not many fighters out there that can take a couple of fierce right hooks from Wilder and finish the fight. So, if we were doing some Fury Wilder betting, below is what we would go for.

Best Bet: Fury to get knocked down but still win.

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the Tyson Fury Vs. Deontay Wilder 3 Fight?

This fight has been scheduled to take place at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Saturday the 24th of July.

Who Will Win the Fury vs Wilder Fight?

The bookmakers have Fury as the clear favourite to win this fight. We agree with them, although we do think it will be closer than their odds would suggest.

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