Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder II Betting Odds and Picks
After a controversial split decision and plenty of words shared between the two fighters, the rematch between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder, billed as “Unfinished Business” is set for Saturday, February 22, in Las Vegas. Boxing betting odds on the match have the two heavyweights closely matched, with Deontay Wilder getting just a slight edge in the odds over Tyson Fury.
Let’s start having a look at the current Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 2 odds.
- Deontay Wilder -126
- Tyson Fury -101
- Draw +1600
Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder Picks
The knockout power of Wilder clashes with the technique of Fury when the top-two heavyweights in the world square-off in Vegas on Saturday.
Wilder retained his WBC heavyweight title after the fight between the first two ended in a draw. Bettors should not be bullish on another draw on Saturday, and should instead take advantage of good odds on either fighter to win.
For the fight, Wilder enters as a better pick to win. Wilder’s power is one of the legends in the boxing world. Of his 43 fights, 41 of them have ended with Wilder winning by knockout. That includes his first fight after Fury, where he ended it just 2:17 into the first round.
Wilder will look to attack Fury and open a previous gash over his eye. Fury is coming off another fight against Otto Wallin, where he once again suffered a severe cut. The cut caused Wallin to give Fury more trouble than expected, which bodes well in favourite of Wilder.
Fury is also coming into this fight with a different manager, which makes how he will fight this time around a little harder to predict. Uncertainty is rarely a positive in the betting world and with odds so close, there is not enough value to take Fury winning with a different approach, over Wilder winning with pure power.
Pick: Deontay Wilder (-126) to Win
Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder Prop Bets
Boxing odds on the 2020 heavyweight fight is not limited to only what fighter will outright win. There are some boxing prop bets open for betting on the match. One of the best options is Wilder to win and the round group.
Fury should hold off Wilder for the first half-dozen rounds, but over time Wilder will wear down Fury (especially if he can open a gash above his eye). As he wears down Fury, Wilder will try for a knockout later in the fight, around rounds seven to nine, which he has done four times when defending his WBC heavyweight title.
Pick: Deontay Wilder (+650) to win Round 7-9
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