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PostPosted: Sun Sep 15, 2019 9:57 am 
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Tyson Fury and Otto Wallin will compete on Saturday night, September 14, at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas for Fury’s lineal heavyweight championship. While there’s no official championship belt on the line, the WBC has created the Mayan belt in celebration of Mexican Independence Day weekend. The Top Rank on ESPN+ card main event will start at 11 p.m. ET. The undercard will air at 7:30 p.m. ET, and can also be seen on ESPN+.

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Fury (28-0-1, 20 KOs) will be fighting for the second time in 2019, having fought three times in 2018, including an exciting draw with WBC heavyweight champion, Deontay Wilder. Wallin (20-0, 13 KOs) will be fighting for the second time in the United States and will be fighting for the second time in 2019 as well, coming off an April victory over cruiserweight turned heavyweight, Nick Kisner. The British champ has been staying busy in an attempt to have a rematch with Wilder, which has been rumored for February of next year. Clearly, the 31-year-old Fury is looking for only big fights in 2020 and his previous bout against Tom Schwarz and Saturday night against Otto The Swedish Wallin could easily be chalked up to activity fights as no official world title is on the line.

That being said, according to the boxing odds at MyBookie, Fury is a huge favorite on Saturday night at -2380, while Wallin is a big underdog at +1210. The most value in betting this fight very well be in the prop bets, in which you can pick the round you believe the fight will end.

I would like to tell you that we’re going to have a very competitive heavyweight bout on Saturday night, however, I simply don’t see it that way. Although Wallin is undefeated in 20 fights, his level of competition doesn’t show me anything that would allow me to believe he’s going to defeat Fury who has fought the best in the world and is still undefeated. While Wallin might be able to hold his own early, I feel Fury is going to begin to take over in the middle rounds and end it shortly thereafter either by knockout or the referee stepping in to spare Wallin any additional punishment.


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