Boxing: Fury vs Wallin Odds and Prediction

TysonGypsy King Fury returns to the ring Around September 14, at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas to Protect his WBO Inter-Continental heavyweight title against Otto Wallin.

The Brit, Fury, is a tremendous favorite against the Sweden indigenous. More, Fury has apparently hand-chosen his next stone as the negotiations to get a rematch with Deontay Wilder continue. Since his return last June, the Gypsy King had just two warm-up bouts with Francesco Pianeta and Sefer Seferi before the first battle with Wilder that ended in a split-decision draw. Fury demolished now and Tom Schwarz and returned at June to the ring fights another unknown Otto Wallin. The chances are nearer than Schwartz when Fury closed at -5000, but the concept stays the same. Meanwhile, he Wallin enters the ring since he was a small puppy versus Adrian Granat August in. The Sweden native does take a 20-0 record together with him his opponents have a mixed 259 losses. Fury placed on a display against Tom Schwartz, after displaying his outstanding defensive abilities setting off the Germany native from the next round. Whilst also getting rigid jabs that maintain his rivals the Brit may be one the most effective true boxers in the heavyweight division with enormous head movement and footwork. Wallin is a competitive fighter that goes to work in conflicts and puts down his head. The southpaw does a good job projecting hands into your own body slow and to try his foes and he hunts for this liver to place them away. Even though there is a lot of promise for the 28-year-old, this is a step up in competition because he preps to the Wilder rematch ancient 41, and also as mentioned above, this is chiefly another tune-up fight for Fury. Prediction: Tyson Fury (-2500) through Season Odds in BetOnline as of August 19 Read more:
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