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Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 2 odds

Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 2 odds

Boxing fights don’t get bigger than this as undefeated heavyweight rivals Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder clash in this colossal rematch and we look at the Tyson Fury vs Deonty Wilder 2 odds. The first bout ended in a controversial draw. After two big wins from each, the rematch is on at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Paradise, Nevada. Let’s break down these odds.

Boxing fights don’t get bigger than this as undefeated heavyweight rivals Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder clash in this colossal rematch and we look at the Tyson Fury vs Deonty Wilder 2 odds (via BetOnline).

  • Tyson Fury – 2.04
  • Deontay Wilder – 1.80

The first bout ended in a controversial draw. After two big wins from each, the rematch is on at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Paradise, Nevada. 

Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 2020 odds: Five Facts

  • Fury opened as the betting favourite at 1.67
  • Wilder opened as the betting underdog at 2.20
  • Both Fury and Wilder have won two fights since their first fight
  • Three of Wilder’s last five fights have gone over the totals
  • Four of Fury’s last four fights have gone over the totals

Let’s break down these odds.

Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 2 odds: who wins?

As one of the most anticipated and hotly debated rematches, expect the Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 2 odds to fluctuate closer to the fight. Money is currently pouring in on Wilder, who opened as an underdog. His propensity to come back and win fights plus his big knockout power makes him appealing to bet on.

However, Fury has come through as an underdog many times most notably when he upset Wladimir Klitschko. He lacks the Adonis-like body of Wilder and doesn’t have even half his athleticism or knockout power. But he is made of bricks and is as elusive as a cat. 

The first bout went almost exactly like how prognosticators thought: Wilder hurt Fury but had a hard time hitting him landing only 71 of his 430 attempts for a career-worst 17% accuracy. Fury didn’t do as much damage as Wilder but out-landed him in 9 of the 12 rounds and landed 84 of his 327 punches (26%).

Expect this fight to be more of the same, but the x-factor is on Wilder as he has the ability to end this fight if he connected with one or two power punches. As difficult as Fury is to hit, Wilder’s high volume and insane power could do the job. 

As the judging has also dictated, it’s anyone’s fight unless Fury puts on a clinic and dominates Wilder thoroughly. This is unlikely so whether it’s by KO or decision, bank on Wilder to go over Fury here.

Pick: Deontay Wilder by Decision

Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder picks & best prop bets

If you’re not finding value on betting on the fight directly, try some props as here is our Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder picks for top prop bets (via Bodog):

Tyson Fury to win by Decision or Technical Decision – 2.55

There is zero to no chance Fury knocks out Wilder. Yes, Fury still has power and Wilder can get caught but if you’re backing Fury (or need a hedge), might as well throw on this extra prop for a bit more sauce.

 Total Rounds – Over +7.5 – 1.50

Both fighters have seen most of their fights go over their expected totals and for Wilder, it’s one of two things: he either flatlines his opponent within a round or it goes 7 rounds or more. This isn’t the sexiest prop but its one that is most likely to hit-making it one to chance.

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