The ‘Bronze Bomber’ is taking on the ‘Gypsy King’ in one of the biggest fights of the year, as Fury makes his epic comeback after a three-year absence. The fight is going to be nothing short of impressive, and we’ll be sharing all of the Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder betting odds, tips and promotions to make your money. Set the date, because this could be the greatest boxing match of the decade.
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The Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder winner betting odds are the biggest markets, and you can bet (literally) the bookmakers are already offering these odds. As we get closer to the massive event, we’ll be updating this page with all of the latest betting odds, including round group betting, specials and hundreds more.
Will the fight go the distance:
Three knockdowns in 50 seconds!— Boxing on BT Sport ? (@BTSportBoxing) October 14, 2018
Deontay Wilder put Bermane Stiverne to sleep with a barrage of punches in the first round ?
Watch out for the referee go flying ? pic.twitter.com/3thR0HH8rH
The official venue for the Fury vs Wilder fight is still yet to be decided, but the bout is expected to be held in Las Vegas. The date is set for the Wilder vs Fury match, and will be streamed live on December 1 2018. Most bookmakers and punters believe this is the event that will set the spark for the heavyweight division, with both fighters bringing a whole load of strength, stamina and quality past performance to the ring.
Wilder is going into this match undefeated, with all but one of his fights ending in a knockout; his right hand is something to watch. Fury is also going in undefeated with some seriously strong footwork, but a three year absence. However, he returned to the fold against Seferi and won comfortably, so this seems evenly matched.
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The big question for the Wilder vs Fury event is who is going to win? Currently, the odds are in favour of Wilder, but a lot can change as we get closer to the event. The latest predictions and betting tips are:
As this is such a big match; one that we have all been waiting for – you can expect plenty of exciting betting markets. Even in the run up to the event, there are plenty of opportunities for punters:
Fury vs Wilder Live Update 27/11/18 – Fury plans on using fight money to help homeless
A lot of high-profile athletes in the fight game talk about their aims to get rich. But that doesn’t seem to be a high priority for Tyson Fury. The giant British boxer, who fights Deontay Wilder on December 1st, has spoken publicly about what he plans on doing with the purse he receives from the clash. As we updated yesterday, Fury is said to be getting the best part of $10m for his part in the bout but he plans on sharing that among the less fortunate. “I’m going to give it to the poor and I’m going to build homes for the homeless,” said Fury, according to the Irish Mirror. “I don’t really have much use for it, I’m not interested in becoming a millionaire or a billionaire. I’m a boxer, not a businessman and I’ll probably go down the same route as every other boxer – skint at the end of it all. You can’t take it with you so I might as well do something with it and help out people who can’t help themselves.” We applaud Fury’s intentions.
Fury vs Wilder Live Update 26/11/18 – How much each fighter will earn from the bout
It’s one of the most hotly-anticipated fights on the boxing calendar but how much will Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder earn from their battle in Los Angeles on December 1st? According to a report by the Telegraph, Wilder will get a greater cut of the purse, standing to earn as much as $14m.
Fury, meanwhile, will get the best part of $10m for his role as the challenger to this up-and-coming American. Both fighters have undefeated records on the line in this WBC heavyweight title bout so something has to give.
Fury vs Wilder Live Update 24/11/18 – Anthony Joshua reveals why he’s cheering for Wilder
Anthony Joshua has revealed who he will be rooting for when Deontay Wilder defends his WBC title against Tyson Fury on December 1st. Speaking ahead of the scrap, the unified heavyweight champion, who is being primed for a clash with Wilder, spoke about how he needs Wilder to win for that fight to happen.
Quoted by the Press Association, Joshua said: “I need Wilder to win, and that way it gives me more of an opportunity to fight him, as a champion if he retains his belt. I think that’s the fight people have been yearning for.”
If Wilder loses his belt to Fury then it will trigger a rematch clause in the contract for this initial fight, pushing a showdown with Joshua further down the line. As such, boxing fans may be in the corner of the man from Alabama.
Fury vs Wilder Live Update 23/11/18 – Fury reflects on his drunken confrontation of Wilder
Tyson Fury doesn’t need a second invitation to run his mouth but the British boxer deserves credit for how open he’s been about his personal problems over the last few years.
Ahead of his highly-anticipated showdown with Deontay Wilder, BT Sport have uploaded a fascinating behind-the-scenes video to their YouTube channel. It shows footage of Fury in attendance when Wilder beat Artur Szpilka two years ago, an occasion many will remember.
It saw Fury climb into the ring to confront Wilder. While he doesn’t say that he is embarrassed by that act now, he is regretful of his condition on that evening, one that saw him consume vast amounts of alcohol. Watch the video to hear Fury outline what led to his personal problems.
If you are looking for Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder odds and updates – you’ve come to the right place. We’ll be regularly updating the offers and odds, so you know exactly what to expect. The latest updates tell us we’re in for a solid match, with Fury expected to put in a strong performance against the champion, Wilder.
However, the latest Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder betting odds predict Wilder to lift the belt and take home the title in under nine rounds.
When it comes to Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder betting tips, we’ve got all of the stats. Wilder has 40 fight wins under his belt, with his career spanning incredible performances and more than a decade. He’s won almost every fight by knockout, and has an almighty right punch.
The ‘Bronze Bomber’ might have an epic record for knockouts, but Fury has some decent stamina that could see Wilder struggling. Like Wilder, Fury is going into this undefeated, but with a bit of a ropy past. The past three years have seen Fury leave the boxing world after his epic victory over Klitschko in 2015. He returned this year with a little more weight than expected, but comfortably defeated Sefer Seferi.
The stats are pretty evenly matched, but if Fury pulls this off – it will be one of the biggest comebacks in boxing history.
NEWS: Taco mascot Carlos Carlson is recovering fine after getting a right hand from Deontay Wilder and will not be pressing charges. Deontay has offered Carlos ringside seats which he says he’ll accept, that’s if he can wear his taco costume! #BK pic.twitter.com/GITcl2IMd4
NEWS: Taco mascot Carlos Carlson is recovering fine after getting a right hand from Deontay Wilder and will not be pressing charges. Deontay has offered Carlos ringside seats which he says he’ll accept, that’s if he can wear his taco costume! #BK pic.twitter.com/GITcl2IMd4— Boxing Kingdom (@BoxingKingdomI4) October 14, 2018