Tyson”Gypsy King” Fury returns into the ring September 14, in the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas to defend his WBO Inter-Continental heavyweight title against Otto Wallin.
The Brit, Fury, is a huge -2500 favorite against the Sweden native, Wallin, who’s coming back in +1000.
Once more, Fury has seemingly hand-chosen his next stepping stone as the out-of-ring negotiations to get a rematch with Deontay Wilder continue. Because his return June, the Gypsy King had two warm-up bouts with Sefer Seferi and Francesco Pianeta prior to the first fight with Wilder that finished in a split-decision lure.
Fury returned to the ring in June and demolished Tom Schwarz and fights another comparatively unknown Otto Wallin. The odds are nearer than Schwartz if Fury closed at -5000, but the concept is still the same.
Meanwhile, he Wallin enters the ring as a underdog for the next time in his last 3 fights as he had been a small puppy versus Adrian Granat past August in which Wallin felt the unanimous decision win. The Sweden native does carry a 20-0 record together with him his opponents have a joint 259 losses.
Fury placed on a tremendous display against Tom Schwartz, setting the Germany native off in the next round after displaying his outstanding defensive abilities. The Brit may be among the very best true boxers in the heavyweight division with tremendous head movement and footwork whilst also having long rigid jabs that keep his rivals at bay.
Wallin is a competitive fighter that places down his head and goes to work first in fights. The southpaw does a fantastic job projecting hands into your own body to attempt to slow his foes and he hunts for this liver to place them away. Although there’s a good deal of promise for the 28-year-old, this is a gigantic step up in competition and as mentioned above, this is mostly another tune-up fight for Fury as he preps for the Wilder rematch ancient 2020.
Prediction: Tyson Fury (-2500) via knockout
Odds at August 19??in BetOnline