The boxing world is still buzzing after the finish to Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder’s second contest. After Fury won in the 7th-round, there was already talk about a third and final bout between the two.
Fury and Wilder are expected to hit the ring together soon. After that fight, Fury is projected to face off against Anthony Joshua.
Current Odds Date & Time: February 28th, 3:30 P.M. (EST)
Online bookmaker 18Bet has Fury at -143 to defeat Anthony Joshua.
Folks are calling for a unification fight between the two Heavyweights. Promoter Eddie Hearn indicated that both sides (Fury and Joshua) are speaking and the general consensus is that both parties want to make this fight happen. The only issue would be staging the bout in the United Kingdom.
Early predictions have the bout taking place at the end of the year in December and odds have already been released. As it stands in early 2020, Fury is the favorite listed at -143. Fury is an impressive 30-0-1 lifetime in his career. with his only draw coming agianst Wilder in their first bout.
As for Joshua, he is 23-1 with 21 knockouts. He has some impressive wins under his belt, including wins over Wladimir Klitschko and Andy Ruiz Jr.
With both Joshua and Fury holding titles, fans are hyped about the potential this fight has. There have been debates as to which boxer is better. Fury has some solid names on his resume but others believe that Joshua has a more stacked resume compared to Fury.
These men know how to settle any argument – with fists. At this point, the sport needs this fight as much as the fans do. Will this be settled in 2020? And if so, who comes out on top?