First Take debates Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury II



Fury vs. Wilder II Highlights:

Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman start off First Take by going face-to-face with boxing introductions, then Andre Ward joins the debate about whether Deontay Wilder or Tyson Fury will claim the WBC world heavyweight title.
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35 thoughts on “First Take debates Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury II”

  1. It's fun to go back to some of these pre-fight vids and watch the likes of SAS with egg spattered all over their faces. At a 4-1 payout with SAS saying "it ain't gonna happen", I wish I'd bet Fury by stoppage.

  2. The only reason A smith likes Wilder is coz he's the same colour as him! He knows Wilder can't box wilder is the most overrated person in boxing history lmao

  3. Max Kellerman knows his stuff.
    4:23 Stephen A Smith tells us why Deontay Wilder will disappear.

    Wilder's mystic and ego have taken such a huge battering he will never be the force he once was.
    Wilder is so obsessed with Joshua, even going as far as styling himself the "King"and dressing up in African robes.
    AJ is British with African roots.

  4. I'll never understand the notion that Fury being knocked down twice during the first fight somehow erases the fact that he won almost every round.

    He certainly won every round where he wasn't knocked down and arguably won the 12th as well, despite the knockdown.

  5. 'If Fury turns up and knocks Wilder out, which ain't happening in my estimation.' Nice prediction Stephen A as per usual. Whatever this chump says always bet the other way!

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