George Foreman delivers prediction for Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury II


Wilder and Fury fight on Saturday (Picture: Getty)

George Foreman has predicted Tyson Fury will beat Deontay Wilder on points, but the heavyweight legend is expecting another controversial result in Las Vegas.

Fury and Wilder finally go to war again after their thrilling first encounter ended in a draw in December of 2018.

Despite two knockdowns against him, the Gypsy King was furious to be denied a points victory – along with much of the boxing world.

Fury has vowed to knock out Wilder in the rematch this weekend, but Foreman believes it’ll be another boxing masterclass from the British heavyweight.

‘The world will be talking about heavyweight boxing after this match,’ Foreman predicted, speaking to Bookies.com.

‘It’s going to be good for boxing. I love it.

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‘I pick Tyson Fury to win on points. Millions will watch it, and it’ll probably be a controversial decision.’

Fury has switched trainers since his last fight in September, while Wilder has stuck with his long-term coach Jay Deas.

The American coach has helped transform Wilder into the most feared puncher in the division and the WBC champion will be searching for the 42nd knockout of his career against Fury on fight night.

Foreman was a superb knockout artist in his career and was asked if Fury could hope to avoid Wilder’s right hand over 12 rounds.

‘That’s not going to be easy,’ Foreman admitted.

‘Yeah, that Deontay Wilder can punch. Oh, he can hit, and he can hit hard.

‘I think they’re going to tear the wall down there because that rematch will be seen by a lot of people.’

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