We are officially eleven days away from the most anticipated rematch of 2020. Wilder vs. Fury 2. We recap and analyze each round leading up to fight night.
The fight is judged round by round, based on punches landed, ring generalship, aggressiveness and defense.
DATE: Saturday, Feb. 22
TIME: 9:00 p.m. ET
SITE: MGM Grand Arena; Las Vegas, NV.
TV: ESPN+/FOX PPV
The fight was close throughout. Fury used his size and strength to move Wilder around. He also showed a quick jab and great head movement to avoid Wilder’s power shots. They traded throughout. But Deontay Wilder landed the bigger blows. 10-9, Wilder
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