The “Gypsy King” reigns once more, dropping Wilder twice on his way to a TKO win to become the new heavyweight champion Saturday night in an epic pay-per-view.
One of the biggest rematches in heavyweight history is set to go down on Saturday night as undefeated WBC World Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder and unbeaten lineal titlist Tyson Fury square off again in what promises to be an epic pay-per-view.
The undefeated WBC World Heavyweight Champion is lauded for his other-worldly power, but here’s what some of the game’s best minds -- trainers and past opponents -- have to say about Wilder’s other impressive attributes ahead of his mega-showdown versus Tyson Fury this Saturday on PPV.
Opinions are split on the highly-anticipated Heavyweight Championship rematch between WBC Champion Deontay Wilder and Lineal Champ Tyson Fury for their historic rematch February 22 at MGM Garden Arena in Las Vegas and live on FOX and ESPN+ PPV.
A complete breakdown and analysis of the anticipated rematch between undefeated WBC World Heavyweight Champion Deontay and unbeaten Tyson Fury Saturday night in a historic PPV.
See how the unbeaten WBC Heavyweight World Champion and undefeated Lineal Heavyweight Champ's tremendous size compares to professional athletes in other sports.
As the anticipated February 22nd sequel between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury fast approaches, we look back at the five greatest rematches in heavyweight history.