Tyson Fury Predicts Wilder vs Helenius Fight


British WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury shared his opinion about the organization’s upcoming Candidates fight between his longtime friend, former US champion Deontay Wilder (42-2-1, 41 KOs) and Robert Helenius (31-3, 19 KOs) ) from Finland, which will be held on October 15 in Brooklyn (USA).

Recall that Wilder returns to the ring after a year of inactivity and two early defeats from Tyson in a row.

“I think Helenius is a good fighter. If I’m not mistaken, he is the first number in the WBA rating, well, or he should be, if not, because he had an eliminator with Adam Kownacki,” Fury strains his memory. “So I think Wilder is a monstrous puncher, and if he hits, he will take out Helenius. I saw Helenius knocked out by Gerald Washington and Wilder knocked him out (Washington) so… He (Helenius) didn’t do much against Dillian White, couldn’t even really shake him, and Wilder hits five times harder than White. So, yes, it will be a knockout, no doubt.”

Have you already seen the lean Wilder on his paws? Here is a 6 minute video of him working in the gym.

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