Everything You Need to Know about Tyson Fury & Wilder’s Rematch 

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The most celebrated boxers of times did it again in Las Vegas! Tyson Fury and Deontay wilder turned their first fight into a substantial commercial success. These two heavyweights have been at each other’s throat for virtually everything imaginable.

They were also as accessible as possible before their showdown almost one year ago. The efforts contributed to the dubious draw, which has nearly 300000 buys. Not everyone was happy with the outcome as these buys were the pay per view debut for both star heavyweights.

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The biggest boxing match of the century is fast approaching. The date has been set, and fans and punters are thrilled. Mark your calendars for February 22nd. Every punter always updated list of new casinos to wager of these boxers. 

Deontay wilder is quite confident that this anticipated rematch will become more prominent than their previous encounter. Wilder beat Luis Ortiz on Saturday night as a rematch in MGM Grand Garden Arena. Thus, it secured his eagerly awaited rematch with Fury. 

Both star boxers promote the fights pretty well. They are looking forward to bring numbers. However, the distribution deal is yet to get finalized. But the Fury-Wilder rematch might be a joint pay-per-view venture between ESPN (Fury) with FOX sports (Wilder).

Their first fight was showcased by showtimes, just like FOX sports, which partners with AI Haymon’s premier boxing champions. Deontay works with PBC and gets from Haymon. 

That said, how well do you know these heavyweight champions? 

Who’s Deontay wilder? 

Wilder is a 34-year-old boxer. Deontay hails from Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Wilder is of American nationality. He has a 6ft seven height, and his stance is orthodox with a record of 42-0-1 and Kos 41. Wilder has 143 rounds and made his debut on 15/11/2008. Through his boxing years, he has attained quite an unusual nickname. He goes by the name ‘the bronze bomber.’ 

Who’s Tyson Fury?

Fury is a 31-year-old heavyweight. 

He hails from Manchester, England. He has British nationality.

He has a height of 6 ft 9. His stance is also orthodox. 

His reach is 85in and has a record of 29-0-1 as well as KOS 20. He has a total of 186 rounds. He made his debut on 12/6/2008. He has made a name for himself in the boxing industry and goes by the nickname ‘the Gypsy King.

The two boxers were set to square off in an immediate rematch on May 18th, 2019, at Barclays Center in Brooklyn. However, the plan got scrapped off. It’s because Tyson signed a co-promotion deal with Bob Arum. It was a long-term deal with the top rank Inc as well as ESPN. 

Ever since them, Tyson has emerged undefeated. He has had phenomenal fights with Tom Schwarz, who has a record of 26-1, 18 KOS. He has had a boxing match with Otto Wallin, who has a record of 20-1 and 13 KOS.

Deontay has defeated Dominic Breazeale (20-1, KOS 18) in his 1st round. He stopped Luis Ortiz (31-2, 26KOS) during the 7th round. 

Wilder has floored Tyson two times in their 1st match. The rematch is said to be ablaze — bettors always updated list of new casinos to bet on these boxers. 


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