Tyson Fury vs Otto Wallin Odds
Tyson Fury and Otto Wallin fight Saturday at the T-Mobile Arena for the WBO Inter-Continental heavyweight title.
Tyson Fury enters this fight with a 28-0-1 record that includes 20 knockouts. This will be Fury’s fifth fight since 2018, and he’s coming off a June win over Tom Schwarz. Fury was dominant in his last fight, producing a knockout in the second round and simply toying with the inexperienced German. Fury was having fun with his head movement up against the ropes and then eventually finished the fight easily with a combination that forced the referee to stop things. This will now be Fury’s fifth fight since taking a two and a half years leave of absence. Fury is 31 years old, stands at 6’9”, has an 85-inch reach and an orthodox stance. We knew that Fury was back to being in the conversation for best heavyweight in the world with his performance against Deontay Wilder, and honestly his last bout dd nothing for me. Fury is supposed to beat up on these untested fighters, and even this opponent has you questioning who is calling the shots here. This screams that Fury is just trying to stay busy and isn’t going to risk anything until he secures the big paycheck with a potential Wilder rematch. We know what Fury can do and he’s fun to watch, but he deserves some serious backlash for scheduling these last two opponents. This will be Fury’s second career fight in Nevada.
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