Wilder vs Fury 2 Fight Info & Start Time
Deontay Wilder (42-0-1, 41 KOs) vs. Tyson Fury (29-0-1, 20 KOs)
Date: Saturday, Feb. 22, 2019
Time: The PPV broadcast begins at 9 p.m. EST. The start time for the fight has not been finalized.
Venue: MGM Grand – Las Vegas, NV
Stream: ESPN+ (Watch Here)
How to Watch Wilder vs Fury 2 Fight
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Wilder vs Fury 2 Odds & Betting Lines
All betting odds, lines and props are available on MyBookie Sportsbook.
– Wilder: (-130)
– Fury: (+100)
– Draw: (+2000)
– Over 10.5 (-125)
– Under 10.5 (-105)
Method of Victory:
– Wilder: Points or Decision (+1000)
– Wilder: KO/TKO/DQ (+125)
– Fury: Points or Decision (+175)
– Fury: KO/TKO/DQ (+450)
Wilder vs Fury 2 Fighter Comparison
|Deontay Wilder||NAME||Tyson Fury|
|41 (95.35%)||KOs (KO%)||20 (66.67)|
Wilder vs Fury 2 Betting Trends and Stats
– Their first fight, on Dec. 1, 2018, ended in a split draw.
– Fury won the majority of rounds in the first fight, but Wilder scored two knockdowns, one each in the ninth and 12th rounds.
– Both fighters are undefeated, with one tie, which came in the first bout.
– Wilder won both of his fights since the last match against Fury by knockout.
– Fury won both of his fights since the last match against Wilder, with one being by knockout and the other by decision.
– Fury is one of only two people to ever step in the professional ring with Wilder and avoid losing by knockout.
Wilder vs Fury 1 Recap
In the first meeting between these two fighters, Tyson Fury won the majority of the rounds. Deontay Wilder took a more cautious approach early on, which may have been his main downfall, before scoring two knockdowns late in the fight, including a big Round 12 hammer that nearly ended the fight. It was officially ruled as a split-even draw, which is why this rematch is happening.
Wilder vs Fury 2 Undercard
|Charles Martin||Gerald Washington||Heavyweight|
|Emanuel Navarrete||Jeo Santisima||WBO Super Bantamweight|
|Sebastian Fundora||Daniel Lewis||Junior Middleweight|
|Amir Imam||Javier Molina||Junior Welterweight|
|Subriel Matias||Petros Ananyan||Junior Welterweight|
Wilder vs Fury 2 Prop Bets
All Wilder vs Fury 2 prop bets for this fight can be found on MyBookie Sportsbook.
Wilder KO, TKO or DQ (+125) — It was previously mentioned that Fury is one of two fighters to enter a ring with Wilder and not get knocked out. The chances of lightning striking twice seems unlikely. Wilder’s right hand is one of the most dangerous in the history of the sport. Last fight’s experience will help Wilder deal with Fury’s unorthodox style, which is why he has been tough to send to the mat.
Fight Go the Distance: No (-150) — To build off of the last prop, both fighters feel they won the first match, which could lead to them coming out a bit more aggressive. Obviously, Wilder has won 41-of-43 matches by knockout, which means he is not used to going the distance. On top of that, Wilder hasn’t even been knocked down since October of 2010, when he faced Harold Sconiers. The fight is not likely to go the distance, in favor of “The Bronze Bomber.”
Who Will Bleed First: Tyson Fury (-500) — I just said Wilder hasn’t even been knocked down since 2010, and there is no record of any opponent making him bleed. Fury, on the other hand, had a bloody nose by Round 4 in the first matchup.
Wilder vs Fury 2 Prediction
Deontay Wilder KO in Round 8 (+1400)