The big fight is here: who wins?

The day has finally arrived. Deontay Wilder, popularly known as the ‘Bronze Bomber’ is putting his WBC Heavyweight crown and his unbeaten run at stake against Tyson Fury, the challenger, who has also never lost a fight.

The big fight of the decade will be live on SHOWTIME PPV® Saturday night from STAPLES Center in an event presented by Premier Boxing Champions. Thousands of tickets have been sold out, the expectations are high. The fight will be more interesting following intrigues, brawls, clashes in the build up to the fight by both Wilder and Fury.
Unarguably, Wilder, 33, is the ‘baddest’ boxer in the heavyweight division and the most feared, having churned a record of 40 fights with 39 knockout and no loss. This makes him possibly the “greatest puncher of all time.” His right hand is a ‘bomber’ as his nickname suggests. Wilder is  a heavy puncher and always run wild in the ring with his unpolished and crude style of fighting.
On the other hand, Fury, 30, has 27 professional fight with 19 knockout and no losses. He is the giant of boxing. His height, 6ft 9in and huge body give him advantage over opponents. He is certainly a tough nut to crack. His toughest fight so far was when he defeated Wladimir Klitschko in 2015 by split decision. Since then he slumped into depression and came back to win over a lesser opponent last year, but standing in the way of Wilder is a true test of his gut.
In the build up to this fight, Fury came in three stone heavier than Wilder as both men were kept apart ahead of their WBC heavyweight title fight. After things boiled over at Wednesday’s press conference, security was beefed up and there was no such repeat of the ugly fracas, both men keeping their cool as they weighed in.
Fury fans were out in full force in sunny Los Angeles and ‘The Gypsy King’, who arrived in style hanging out of a jeep, was all smiles as he hit the scales at 18st 4lbs. Unbeaten WBC champ Wilder, wearing a mask, followed him and came in at a trim 15st 2lbs, the lightest he has been since he made his professional debut in 2008.
 The unbeaten pair were then kept a good distance apart and not allowed to engage in a close-up staredown, despite a topless Fury bellowing at his man.
‘The Bronze Bomber’ kept his cool outside of the Staples Center and afterwards once again promised a knockout win.
“Talk is cheap, tomorrow (Saturday) is time, actions speak louder than words,” Wilder told Showtime PPV.
But a boastful Fury said “Tomorrow, I get to release everything that is inside of me. Definitely this the most important fight of my career, I’ve fought tougher guys than him.  This is just another step of me getting to where I want to go. I’m gonna knock him out.”
The big fight is the talk of the town. All over Los Angeles, expectations are high, the fight will certainly be value for money.
Former heavyweights are divided over who’s going to win as reported by Boxing News 24.

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