Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury Weigh-In Results

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WBC HEAVYWEIGHT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP – 12 Rounds
Deontay Wilder – 212 ½ lbs
Tyson Fury – 256 ½ lbs.

Referee: Jack Reiss (Calif.); Judges: Phil Edwards (United Kingdom), Alejandro Rochin (Mexico), Robert Tapper (Canada)

WBA/IBF 154-POUND WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP – 12 Rounds
Jarrett Hurd – 152 ½ lbs.
Jason Welborn – 152 ½ lbs.

Referee: Dr. Lou Moret (Calif.). Judges: Sergio Caiz (Calif.), David Sutherland (Oklahoma), Patrick Russell (Calif.)

HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT – 10 Rounds
Luis Ortiz – 241 lbs.
Travis Kauffman – 229 lbs.

Referee: Thomas Taylor (Calif.). Judges: Max DeLuca (Calif.), Esther Lopez (New Mexico), Zachary Young (Calif.)

HEAVYWEIGHT BOUT – 10 Rounds
Joe Joyce – 262 lbs.
Joe Hanks – 247 ½ lbs.

Referee Jerry Cantu (Calif.). Judges: Edward Hernandez Sr. (Calif.), Alejandro Rochin (Mexico), Danny Sandoval (Calif.).

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1
Post-Fight Press Conference From STAPLES Center

Wilder Fury odds courtesy of Bovada, (Bovada.lv, Twitter: @BovadaOfficial).

DEONTAY WILDER VS TYSON FURY

Deontay Wilder -170 (10/17)
Tyson Fury +140 (7/5)

Method of Victory

D. Wilder By KO, TKO Or DQ 20/21
T. Fury By KO, TKO Or DQ 5/1
D. Wilder by Decision or Technical Decision 19/4
T. Fury by Decision or Technical Decision 11/5
Draw or Technical Draw 25/1

Will Fight go the Distance

Yes +110 (11/10)
No -155 (20/31)

ROUND PROPS

Total Rounds
Over 9.5 -160 (5/8)
Under 9.5 +115 (23/20)

Round Betting

D. Wilder in Round 1 28/1
T. Fury in Round 1 80/1
D. Wilder in Round 2 25/1
T. Fury in Round 2 66/1
D. Wilder in Round 3 20/1
T. Fury in Round 3 50/1
D. Wilder in Round 4 18/1
T. Fury in Round 4 40/1
D. Wilder in Round 5 16/1
T. Fury in Round 5 40/1
D. Wilder in Round 6 14/1
T. Fury in Round 6 40/1
D. Wilder in Round 7 14/1
T. Fury in Round 7 40/1
D. Wilder in Round 8 16/1
T. Fury in Round 8 40/1
D. Wilder in Round 9 18/1
T. Fury in Round 9 40/1
D. Wilder in Round 10 18/1
T. Fury in Round 10 40/1
D. Wilder in Round 11 22/1
T. Fury in Round 11 40/1
D. Wilder in Round 12 28/1
T. Fury in Round 12 50/1
D. Wilder on Points 9/2
T. Fury on Points 11/5
Fight Draw 25/1

Round Betting – 3 Round Groups

D. Wilder to Win in Rounds 1-3 15/2
T. Fury to Win in Rounds 1-3 35/1
D. Wilder to Win in Rounds 4-6 9/2
T. Fury to Win in Rounds 4-6 18/1
D. Wilder to Win in Rounds 7-9 9/2
T. Fury to Win in Rounds 7-9 16/1
D. Wilder to Win in Rounds 10-12 8/1
T. Fury to Win in Rounds 10-12 22/1
D. Wilder by Decision or Technical Decision 9/2
T. Fury by Decision or Technical Decision 11/5
Draw or Technical Draw 25/1

WBC Heavyweight World Champion Deontay Wilder and lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury announced that they have agreed to a heavyweight showdown later this year. The announcement was made in Belfast immediately following’s the undefeated Fury’s shutout decision of Francesco Pianeta.

Wilder vs. Fury, a 12-round matchup for Wilder’s WBC Heavyweight World Championship, will be produced and distributed by SHOWTIME PPV. A date and venue for the event will be announced shortly.

The 6-foot-7 Wilder is 40-0 with 39 knockouts and American’s only heavyweight champion since 2007. The 6-foot-9 Fury is a former IBF, WBA and WBO Champion who has never been defeated in 27 professional fights.

After the Fury – Pianeta fight, Wilder entered the ring to announce that the two undefeated heavyweights have agreed to a 2018 showdown for Wilder’s WBC title. A date and venue for the event, which will be produced and distributed by SHOWTIME PPV, will be announced shortly.

“We’re ready now,” Wilder said during the post-fight interview. “This fight will happen. It’s on. This fight is official. This is what we’ve been waiting for, the best fighting the best.

“There’s one thing Tyson Fury has never had. He’s won a lot of belts but he’s never had the WBC belt. If he ever even thinks about having this belt he better wake up and apologize to me because it will never happen. I can’t wait to fight you because I am going to knock you out. This I promise you. Every man who has ever stepped in the ring with me, I’ve knocked them out in devastating fashion. You’ve never been knocked out, but you’re going to feel the experience of what it’s like to be hit by the Bronze Bomber.”

The 6-foot-9 Fury, who never lost his titles in the ring, will now face the 6-foot-7 Wilder, who has 39 knockouts in his 40 professional fights.

“We are two men who will fight anybody,” Fury said. “This man has been trying to make a big fight with the other chump, I think we all know who I’m talking about. They called, I answered. I said to send the contract, they sent me the contract. I said yes. And now he gets his chance to fight the linear heavyweight champion of the world.

“My promise is that when we go to Las Vegas, I’m knocking you out.”

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