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Tyson Fury meets Deontay Wilder in the ring for the third time this weekend as the Gypsy King puts his WBC heavyweight title on the line.
The Gypsy King emerged victorious from their second showdown in February 2020 – ah, the good times before the coronavirus pandemic – by stopping the Bronze Bomber in the seventh round following a draw in their first bout in December 2018.
It’s not the fight we were expecting in the aftermath of Fury’s victory as a mouthwatering all-British clash with Anthony Joshua to determine the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world was agreed. Wilder, however, got the courts involved to invoke a rematch clause so we go again for the trilogy fight nobody really wanted.
It was expected that Fury would finally meet Joshua once this bout was out the way but Oleksandr Usyk put those dreams to bed by deservedly winning all of AJ’s belts in a terrific performance last month.
The Brit will want to cap off the Wilder saga by inflicting another big defeat to guarantee more blockbuster bouts going forward.
He’s set for a hefty bag day from this one and you’ll find information on the Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder fight purses plus Paddy’s latest odds and undercard details below.
Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder 3 Fight Purses
The fight purse will reportedly be split 60-40 in favour of Fury, who boasts an unbeaten record in his 31 professional fights. He is guaranteed $30m (£22m, €26m) and 60% of the pay-per-view revenue.
Wilder, who has only ever been beaten in the ring by Fury, is guaranteed €20m (£15m,€17m) and 40% of the PPV cash.
With the promoters reportedly expecting to rake in $100m (£73.5m, €86m) from PPV sales, both men are set to leave the ring considerably richer.
Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder 3 Odds
Fancy a repeat of their second showdown? You can back Fury to win via KO/TKO. However, there’s also value in Wilder to win via KO/TKO if you think the big-hitting American can land the one shot needed to stop the Gypsy King.
Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder 3 Undercard
Robert Helenius’ rematch with Adam Kownacki is the pick of the undercard bouts after the Nordic Nightmare secured a fourth-round TKO victory on his last appearance in the ring.
Elsewhere, Efe Ajagba and Frank Sanchez scrap for the WBC Continental Americas and WBO NABO heavyweight titles.
Robert Helenius v Adam Kownacki
Efe Ajagba v Frank Sanchez
Robeisy Ramirez v Orlando Gonzalez Ruiz
Edgar Berlanga v Marcelo Esteban Coceres
Jared Anderson v Vladimir Tereshkin
Viktor Vykhryst v Mike Marshall
Julian Williams v Vladimir Hernandez
Elvis Rodriguez v TBA
Bruce Carrington v Cesar Cantu
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