Tyson Fury is taking on Deontay Wilder to finish up their trilogy bouts and put an end to their longtime rivalry. Wilder has been going after Fury for years now and consistently accusing him of cheating. The trilogy was not planned as Fury was expected to take on Anthony Joshua and kick start their rivalry in an exciting contest. Wilder put an end to that when he used his rematch clause to not only end the Joshua fight but also book the rematch no one wanted. The Tyson Fury-Deontay Wilder fight is here though and we’re going to take a look at the Odds.

Tyson Fury remains undefeated throughout his career with his record sitting at a pretty 30-0-1, with the lone one being a draw against Deontay Wilder back in 2018. Since the first fight with Wilder, Fury has beaten Tom Schwarz and Wilder by TKO and Otto Wallin by decision. He has looked excellent throughout and dominated everyone.

Deontay Wilder has been racking up the KOs against Dominic Breazeale and Luiz Ortiz before losing by TKO to Tyson Fury in the rematch. He has been sitting out since then in the hopes of getting the trilogy bout. Now it’s happening and he’ll get an opportunity to right his wrongs.

Here is how BetOnline has the odds.

Boxing Odds: Tyson Fury-Deontay Wilder Odds

Tyson Fury (-282)

Deontay Wilder (+237)

Over 7.5 rounds (-130)

Under 7.5 rounds (+110)

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How Tyson Fury wins the Boxing match

It’s pretty obvious that between the two, Tyson Fury is the better boxer. The Englishman will need to use his excellent footwork and movement to gain an advantage over Wilder. His body shots played a role in the last fight and will be important here as well. Fury will be looking to tire out Wilder and frustrate him with his volume. The angles and footwork will prove to be a big advantage for Fury. He’ll have to survive Wilder’s power in the first couple of rounds and will be looking to use his superior movement to do so.

The last fight saw Fury run away with the results clearly. This may not be the case this time but there’s no denying who is the better boxer. Fury wins by tiring his opponent out and surviving some scary moments to run away with the fight. Tyson Fury’s road to victory lies in using his skills to outsmart Wilder and win the fight late. Either by TKO or decision.

How Deontay Wilder wins the Boxing match

Deontay Wilder is known for his scary and unorthodox power. He’s knocked out almost all of his opponents and almost did the same to Tyson Fury back in 2018. He’s not going to outbox Fury but he does have the power to keep Fury cautious and force him to respect him. Wilder has two avenues to victory. Go after Fury early and get the big knockout or stay patient and find it late. There is bound to be a mistake and Wilder has shown that his power carries throughout the fight.

He has to avoid being frustrated like in the last fight. Fury is going to make things difficult in his movement and will try to tire him out. It’s inevitable that some big shots are going to get through for Wilder. Winning a decision is not likely but a knockout can happen. Deontay Wilder will need to knock Tyson Fury out.

Tyson Fury-Deontay Wilder prediction & pick

Tyson Fury will most likely come out and look to tire Deontay Wilder early. His footwork, movement, and volume will be used to frustrate Wilder early. Wilder will most likely come out patient and look to land big punches when opportunities present themselves. It won’t be a blowout like the last fight but it will be apparent Fury is the better boxer. Wilder most likely lands some big punches and even manages to drop Fury. Fury survives some scary moments but eventually takes over the fight. The most likely outcome is Tyson Fury by decision.

Final Tyson Fury-Deontay Wilder pick: Tyson Fury by unanimous decision.