Kent Tukeli |  Tue 13/11/2018 - 06:17 EST

Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury Odds

Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury Odds
Deontay Wilder will defend his heavyweight belt at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, stepping into the ring with the former champ. Tyson Fury hasn't faced serious competition since his victory over Klitschko, stepping away from boxing to focus on his health. After a couple of tune-up matches, Fury will face perhaps his most dangerous opponent. Neither boxer has lost a bout during their outstanding careers, but Deontay will be favored to stop Tyson on December 1st, 2018.

Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury Moneyline

Tale Of The Tape

Deontay Wilder

  • Record 40-4-0
  • Age – 33
  • Reach – 84 inches
  • Height – 6’7″
  • KO% – 98%

Tyson Fury

  • Record 27-0-0
  • Age – 30
  • Reach – 85 inches
  • Height – 6’9″
  • KO Ratio – 70%

Deontay Wilder -175

One of the most feared pugilists in the world, Deontay Wilder developed a habit of completely overwhelming most opponents with a flurry of heavy hands. Betting websites like Bodog list Wilder as a strong favorite to beat Tyson. He’s knocked out nearly all rivals during his undefeated career, winning 40 matches in a row. Also known as “The Bronze Bomber”, Wilder isn’t known for a patient style, earning 19 of 39 knockouts in the first round. 25 of Deontay’s KOs landed in the first two rounds of the bout.

Also known as “The Bronze Bomber”, Wilder isn’t known for a patient style, earning 19 of 39 knockouts in the first round

He tends to stay bullish by launching into combos which create finishing opportunities for either fist. Wilder will spend most of his energy establishing his mid-range attack, weaving in and out of Fury’s superior reach. Wilder’s fought five times since 2016, with his latest bout a titanic, 10th-round TKO over Luis Ortiz, who staggered but could not put away Wilder. Tyson Fury’s a wily, slippery opponent, but Wilder’s skilled enough to emerge victorious.

Tyson Fury +145

Few believed it possible, but Tyson Fury shocked the world by holding off Wladimir Klitschko with a clinical defensive display which frustrated the crowd and Klitschko alike. Fury slipped punches, landed annoying jabs and landed opportunistic power punches to win a unanimous decision. At his best, Tyson utilizes his awe-inspiring size, reach and solid boxing instincts to extinguish attacks while launching stinging counters.

Wilder will be the most dangerous opponent that Fury has faced. Tyson needed time off to return to full health after his big win over Wladimir, relinquishing his titles. Unlike Deontay, who has been busy over the past couple of years, Tyson’s only fought a couple of tune-up bouts in 2018. Fury’s capable of utilizing his size and reach advantage to stymie Wilder, but he still needs to prove that he hasn’t lost his edge after a multi-year absence.

Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury Round Props

Wilder can dance with Tyson for the distance if need be, but Deontay will prefer to put Fury to sleep sooner rather than later.

Deontay ends fights in the second round or earlier in 62.5% of his bouts, which makes a Wilder KO in the first three rounds the most solid round prop to bet on.

Predicting single rounds is a bit more difficult, but a second round KO for Deontay is a reasonable, well-paying risk at +2500.

Round Betting – Three Round Brackets

  • Wilder in rounds 1-3 +1000
  • Fury in rounds 1-3 +3300
  • Wilder in rounds 4-6 +550
  • Fury in rounds 4-6 +2000
  • Wilder in rounds 7-9 +550
  • Fury in rounds 7-9 +1800
  • Wilder in rounds 10-12 +1000
  • Fury in rounds 10-12 +2200
  • Wilder Decision or Tech Decision +325
  • Fury Decision or Tech Decision +220
  • Draw or Tech Draw +2500

Individual Round Betting

Deontay Wilder

  • Round 1 +3300
  • Round 2 +2500
  • Round 3 +2000
  • Round 4 +1800
  • Round 5 +1600
  • Round 6 +1400
  • Round 7 +1400
  • Round 8 +1600
  • Round 9 +1800
  • Round 10 +2000
  • Round 11 +2500
  • Round 12 +3300
  • Wilder by Points +325

Tyson Fury

  • Round 1 +8000
  • Round 2 +6600
  • Round 3 +5000
  • Round 4 +4000
  • Round 5 +4000
  • Round 6 +4000
  • Round 7 +4000
  • Round 8 +4000
  • Round 9 +4000
  • Round 10 +4000
  • Round 11 +4000
  • Round 12 +5000
  • Fury by Points +220

See below the top sportsbooks where you can wager online and choose the best one for you:

 

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