Thursday, 23 July 2015

Tyson Fury Can Upset Wladimir Klitschko in Germany

Tyson Fury is Ready To Shock The Word Against Wladimir Klitschko

Tyson Fury finally has his shot at the Heavyweight championship of the world on the 24th of October at Dusseldorf, in Germany. Fury has always been box office, probably the most charismatic, insane and brutally honest self promoter in the game today. If you have missed the recent press conference for Wladimir Klitschko vs Tyson Fury, then make sure you check it out on Youtube. Some of the funniest comments you will hear.

A few things to remember when Fury faces Wlad:

Fury feels height will have a big impact on the bout. Fury indicated Wladimir is use to fighting opponents who are around '6 1' or '6 2'. Fury is '6 9', Wlad is '6 6', so Fury will have a significant height advantage. And he’s a lot bigger than any recent Wladimir opponents. Fury is also considerably heavier than any of Wladimir’s recent opponents.

However it’s also important to remember Steve Cunningham nearly knocked out Tyson Fury in the 2nd round of his bout.  Cunningham hit Fury with an overhand right which Fury never saw and the English fighter only recovered by the 4th round.

Wlad can’t continue to show impressive form forever. Father time eventually catches up to all fighters. And Fury was on point mentioning all the Heavyweight greats begin to decline at his current age. It will eventually happen, however whether that happens in this bout is doubtful.

Most people are picking Wladimir to win this easily by knockout. I can actually see an upset here and Fury despite being hurt multiple times during the fight, could box his way to an upset close UD, or SD win.

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