TysonGypsy King Fury returns to the ring September 14, in the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas to Protect his WBO Inter-Continental heavyweight title against Otto Wallin.
The Brit, Fury, is a huge -2500 favorite from the Sweden native, Wallin, whos coming back in +1000.
Again, Fury has apparently hand-chosen his stepping stone since the out-of-ring discussions to get a rematch with Deontay Wilder continue. Prior to the fight with Wilder that finished in a draw that is split-decision June, the Gypsy King had two warm-up bouts with Francesco Pianeta along with Sefer Seferi Because his return.
Fury demolished and Tom Schwarz and returned into the ring at June fights another Otto Wallin. The idea is the same, although the chances are nearer than Schwartz if Fury closed at -5000.
Meanwhile, the Wallin enters the ring as he had been a puppy versus Adrian Granat last August where Wallin felt the unanimous decision win. His opponents have a mixed 259 losses although the Sweden native does take a record.
Fury put on a screen against Tom Schwartz, placing off the Germany native in the second round after showing off his defensive abilities. The Brit could be among the best true boxers in the division with head movement and footwork while also having long rigid jabs that maintain his opponents at bay.
Wallin is a competitive fighter that puts down his head and goes to work in fights. The southpaw does a fantastic job throwing hands to the body slow and to try his foes and that he hunts for that liver to place them off. Though theres a lot of promise for your 28-year-old, this is a step up in competition and also as stated earlier, this is mainly another tune-up struggle for Fury as he preps to the Wilder rematch.
Prediction: Tyson Fury (-2500) through Season
Odds in BetOnline at August 19
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