Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury: Story of the tape | Boxing


Any individual’s zero must go on Saturday when Deontay Wilder places his WBC heavyweight title on the road in opposition to Tyson Fury in Los Angeles.

The blockbuster showdown on the Staples Heart will see Fury attempt to win the one belt he has not held, having returned from his close to three-year exile from boxing in June.

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For the victor the mouth-watering prospect of a unification bout with Anthony Joshua looms giant, the Briton having not too long ago stated he would favor Wilder to be the person he faces.

How do the 2 unbeaten fighters stack up? Right here we take a look at the story of the tape for arguably the largest bout of 2018.


Born: 10/22/1985; Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Age: 33
Stance: Orthodox
Top: 6-foot-7
Weight: 212.5 kilos
Attain: 83 inches
Skilled document: 40 wins, zero defeats, 39 wins by knockout
KO ratio: 97.5 p.c
Main profession titles: WBC heavyweight title
Final combat: Luis Ortiz, March 2018 (Gained – TKO)


Born: 8/12/1988; Manchester, England
Age: 30
Stance: Orthodox
Top: 6-foot-8
Weight: 256.5 kilos
Attain: 85 inches
Skilled document: 27 wins, zero defeats, 19 wins by knockout
KO ratio: 70 p.c
Main profession titles: WBA, IBF, WBO heavyweight titles
Final combat: Francesco Pianeta, August 2018 (Gained – Factors)

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