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Deontay Wilder to knock out Tyson Fury in five rounds, coach warns

Deontay Wilder He will brutally and swiftly knock out Tyson Fury in less than five rounds, during the long-awaited trilogy of heavyweight boxing,


Deontay Wilder He will brutally and swiftly knock out Tyson Fury in less than five rounds, during the long-awaited trilogy of heavyweight boxing, according to trainer Malik Scott.

Safely, Scott did not hesitate to predict a victory as cruel as historical of Deontay Wilder above Fury, for the third junction.

Fury He fights with his hands down, ”the coach described in an interview with Sky Sports. “Sometimes chin up, sometimes moving forward, sometimes close but hands down. He was taken down by guys who hit less hard than Deontay. It is very vulnerable. Fury He never seemed invincible to me. On his best day he looks good, but he still looks beatable. “

“East Deontay Wilder I would knock out the old man Deontay Wilder in two rounds ”, he assured Scott. “He is 10 times more focused, training 100 times harder. It is a camp that has been violent. His mentality is very violent. This will be the best version of Deontay Wilder that they have ever seen ”.

Heavy hitter coach Deontay Wilder said many underestimate his fighter.

“They underestimate their IQ,” says the coach of Deontay. “He’s not just a big, dumb guy who just throws a right hand. There is a method in his madness. Deontay Wilder’s IQ is very high. I see him create opportunities, I see him put himself in position, set sparring partners into traps. Deontay Wilder will knock out Fury in five rounds ”.

The next showdown, in the trilogy between World Boxing Council champion Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder, scheduled for Saturday, July 24 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, has been postponed to October 9.

The fight was postponed because Fury tested positive for covid-19 and had to stop training, so he has had a new preparation process.

The second fight between the two, which Tyson Fury won by seventh round TKO in February 2020, brought in nearly $ 17 million at the box office, a Nevada state record for a heavyweight title fight.