Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury: betting tips and best odds

It’s the heavyweight fight between two undefeated boxers which everyone is talking about and someone’s’0′ has got to go. But that will win? With a bit of assistance from GQ, it could be you…

I will grow to be the greatest because all travellers have to adapt. That quality, adaptability, is vital to that way of life. Not many boxers have it, however, I could adapt in front of a fight to the competition, during the struggle if needed.”
It’s fair to say Tyson Fury has adapted unusually for this battle, shedding ten gems , ditching immeasurably more bags mentally and bringing himself back from the verge of a heavyweight bout of melancholy that pushed him close to shooting his own life. The lineal heavyweight champion of the world — or”man who beat the man” — is already a winner regardless of what happens in the Staples Center on Saturday night.

His competitor, Alabamian nominated retailer Deontay Wilder, has been quick to point out his lifetime has just been a charmed existence to date, too. There is a feeling that, in a sport known for contrived showmanship, the passions run high for real reasons in both corners as the fighters prepare for a career-shaping competition that goes a long way to satisfy fans with a deeper appreciation of the sweet science past the recent Anthony Joshua shows at Wembley.
This one really does have it all in terms of the narrative, the unknowns and the consequences not just for the protagonists but the division and the game itself. It’s sometimes easy to purchase the sizzle, not the sausage, in this match, but when it comes to Saturday night/Sunday dawn being a scrap for the ages, all bets are off.

And, of course, it would not be a big fight night without the complete rundown from our tipster who’s on your corner for your rumble with the bookies.

PS While fellow fighter Billy Joe Saunders might have the money to slap a cool #70k on Fury, the odds are you do not, so here is the statutory reminder to maintain the stakes sensible.

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