The third battle between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder has been officially announced. However, it is not without speed bumps. The heavyweight fighters were originally scheduled to meet Fury’s WBC heavyweight title online on July 24, but the COVID-19 outbreak in the Fury camp quickly ruined these plans, and there are still two weeks away from the game.
After a lot of busy and reconfiguration, Fury and Wilder are now scheduled to hold a meeting at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on October 9th, and the plan remains unchanged.
After the first match was a draw, Fury easily defeated Wilder in the rematch, dominated the game, and then aborted in the seventh round. The battle contract includes a clause that allows the loser to initiate a third battle between the two, ending with a score of 60-40. Wilder immediately exercised his right to choose, but due to injuries and the COVID pandemic, the game was postponed. Fury said the time was up and continued to play the planned game with Anthony Joshua to unify all four recognized items. World Championship.
Wilder took the battle to court, and an arbitrator stated that Fury must abide by the terms and fight Wilder, arrange a rubber match and conduct the biggest fight in boxing.
Since losing, Wilder has proposed a series of elaborate conspiracy theories, from his elaborate costumes that frayed his legs before the game to Fury tampering with his gloves for the advantage of power, to his own coach. Conspired against him to admit defeat Wilder languished under Fry’s punch.
Wilder has the most honest chance to prove that he is a better person. He entered the boxing ring in the summer and exchanged fists.
Below is the complete battle card with the latest odds from William Hill sports betting.
Fury vs. Wilder 3 battle card, odds
- Tyson Fury (c) -300 vs. Deontay Wilder +240, WBC heavyweight champion
- Frank Sanchez VS Frank Sanchez cartoon, heavyweight
- Robert Helenius vs. Adam Conach, heavyweight
- Jared Anderson vs. Vladimir Treshkin, heavyweight
Fury vs. Wilder 3 information
- date: October 9
- location: T-Mobile Arena – Las Vegas
- Starting time: To be determined
- How to watch: ESPN/Fox PPV