Thursday, October 21, 2021

Hughie Fury vs Christian Hammer Full Fight

 Hughie Fury vs Christian Hammer Full Fight Video

The cousin of Tyson Fury -- Hughie Fury -- defeated Christian Hammer on 10/16/2021 and is looking to secure a fight with Chisora next year. He's had close losses to top tier heavyweights Joseph Parker and Alexander Povetkin and another loss to Pulev and at a young age still is looking to make his mark on the division next year. He stopped Hammer in 5 rounds technically due to a bicep injury but was easily winning the fight up to that point.

 “It was very easy in there, I was going through the gears,” Fury said. “I was hitting him with the light shots, he was making mistakes and that was the plan. I had a lot more gears to offer. We kept shortening the distance and then going long and it was frustrating him. He was going to go. That was only 50 per cent of me. 

 “The stoppage was coming no matter what. Hammer was getting sick and he was getting hit constantly. I’m a fighting man, I’m only 27, I love to fight.” 

 Check out the video below for fight footage.


Sunday, October 10, 2021

Fury Wilder 3 Main Fight Card Results

 The WBC heavyweight championship fight between champ Tyson Fury and challenger Deontay Wilder had a solid exciting main fight card.  Here are the results for the evening in Vegas.

Main Fight Card Results 

Tyson Fury (c) def. Deontay Wilder via 11th-round TKO 

Frank Sanchez def. Efe Ajagba via unanimous decision (97-92, 98-91, 98-91) 

Robert Helenius def. Adam Kownacki via sixth-round TKO 

Jared Anderson def. Vladimir Tereshkin via second-round TKO

 Edgar Berlanga def. Marcelo Coceres via unanimous decision (96-93, 96-93, 96-93) 

Vladimir Hernandez def. Julian Williams via split decision (94-96, 96-94, 97-93)

Fury Wilder 3 Post Fight Press Converence

 Tyson Fury and Team After the Fight

Tyson Fury and his team discussed their victory and defense of the WBC heavyweight championship belt, ring magazine belt , and linear title after the fight Saturday night in Vegas .

Fury Defeats Wilder By 11th Round KO!

Fury Defends His WBC Belt

 Tonight WBC champion Tyson Fury defeated his rival Deontay Wilder by spectacular 11th round KO.  The fight was back in forth but the majority of the fight was dictated by Fury's energy and output and secured the most points.  Fury had a knockdown in round 3 and Wilder 2 knockdowns in round 4 and /Fury had another one in round 10 and finished with another in 11 with a knockout victory. Up to that point I had the fight 96 - 90 Fury.  

Saturday, October 9, 2021

Fury Wilder 3 Predictions

  My Fury Wilder 3 Prediction

This is a little tough to predict because there are a few new variables.  There's a lot of time off between their last fight for both of them.  They both are coming in at their career heaviest and just a short time ago this summer Fury caught Covid and had to call out the original 3rd fight between them.  Has he recovered from this fully?   One thing I believe is that Wilder shouldn't have came in heavier hoping to be able to push around Fury who is still 39 lbs more than him.  If anything this will tire him more.  In the last fight he said wearing that suit wore him out coming to the ring and now he's added weight to his frame so he's just carrying that around now?  I don't think that will benefit him.  Fury is used to carrying around the weight and has great stamina for a man that size.  I also think Wilder working on his boxing skills to try to compete with Fury is unnecessary.  It would be beneficial against other opponents but not against Fury because he's still not going to be the better boxer having only been training the new skills for a short time with his new trainer.  I believe he should have worked on footwork, leg strength, and explosiveness so he could get in on Fury and land his power.  It seems they focused too much on building size and upper body strength and boxing skills instead of this.  So my prediction is --- barring Fury hasn't severely been impacted by the covid he caught and doesn't get clipped early by Wilder--- Tyson Fury with most likely a TKO or possible KO within 5 rounds.  

Here are some predictions from around the world on what will take place tonight between WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury and former champ Deontay Wilder:

Where To Watch Fury Wilder 3

 Today is the heavyweight showdown between current WBC champ Tyson Fury and challenger and former champion Deontay Wilder at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, NV.  

 The main card starts at 9pm ET / 6pm PT, with the prelims beginning at 7pm ET / 4pm PT.

Ways to watch the fight.

One is you can watch Fury vs. Wilder online, via ESPN+  here and then purchase the Fury vs. Wilder III PPV stream. A subscription to ESPN+ costs $6.99/month or $69.99/year (which saves you a bit of money versus going month-to-month). The other way to watch it is via Fox sports ppv here.

  For viewers in the UK, coverage of Fury v Wilder will be broadcast exclusively on BT Sport Box Office from midnight on Saturday, October 9. It costs £24.95 and can be accessed via BT Sport here. If you're watching on BT TV, you can buy the fight through your box and go to the BT Player or channel 494.  For viewers in the UK the fight is set to being around 4 am.


 Early prelims, 1:30 p.m. PT/4:30 p.m. ET: Watch on the ESPN App, or on YouTube Prelims Part 1, 4 p.m. PT/7 p.m. ET: Watch on ESPN2 and ESPN+ Main card, 6 p.m. PT/9 p.m. ET: Available only as PPV through ESPN+ and major cable and satellite providers. (see above for complete details)

Friday, October 8, 2021

Fury Wilder 3 Weigh-In

Both WBC champion Tyson Fury and former champ and challenger Deontay Wilder weighed in at their career heaviest today ahead of their championship fight tomorrow.

 Fury weighed in at 277 lbs (19 stone 11 lbs) while Wilder weighed 238 (17 stones) giving Fury a 39 lb weight advantage. 

Fury Wilder 3 Weigh In Video

Thursday, October 7, 2021



Who will win the WBC championship fight this Saturday between current champ Tyson Fury and former champ Deontay Wilder?

Fury vs Wilder 3 Odds

Fury vs Wilder Overall Odds

The odds pre weigh-in had current WBC champ Tyson Fury at a massive -310 favorite with the comeback on the former champion Wilder hovering around +220.

 In the last matchup, Wilder was a slight favorite at -125, with Fury at +105. Prop bets favor Fury via TKO/KO/DQ at -110, and had  Fury via decision around +250 and Wilder via TKO/KO/DQ close behind at +300. 

 Earlier in the week money was coming in with large majority of total bets are coming in on Wilder, with about a 50/50 split with overall cash between the two.