There are compelling cases for victory from both sides in the return.
Wilder cites the two knockdowns he scored in Los Angeles as evidence that he’s already broken Fury beyond repair.
More unconscious than hurt, Fury miraculously found his feet but there may yet be truth in Wilder’s claim that Tyson hasn’t been the same since he was cannonballed in that stunning final round.
Wilder – who floored his rival in two of the last four sessions – insists it will merely be case of picking up where he left off.
The counter arguments are easy to construct. Fury went down twice but got up twice. In truth, though he lost the ninth and 12th rounds, he’d regained control by the end of them… Click here to continue reading the Genting Bet betting preview