Judging by this and recent pictures Fury is actually in better condition then when he was against Wladimir Klitschko back in 2015. Remarkably. Somehow. He’ll need to be too.
On that night in November 2015 Fury was at his best as he put on a boxing clinic to out point previous heavyweight king Wladimir Klitschko fighting on away soil in Germany.
There was no doubt that Fury was in tip-top shape for that fight.
This time around, three years on and coming into the prime age of his life as a heavyweight (early thirties), he’s starting to get a six-pack but more importantly, he’s punching far more explosively with some solid power by the looks of this:
👊 Just @Tyson_Fury demolishing a wrecking ball during training…
In the shape of his life and packing power 💪 pic.twitter.com/5a7EI1pqKu
— Boxing on BT Sport 🥊 (@BTSportBoxing) November 12, 2018
Everyone has been speaking about Wilder’s power and Fury having being down in his career before but Wilder has been hurt too as Luis Ortiz showed.
With the sheer size of Fury combined with his skill and now robust condition that he has regained, if he lands right on Wilder, it is not out of the realm of possibilities that he could stop the champion inside the distance.
Everyone seems to think Fury’s only chance is to win on points but at the end of the day, this is heavyweight boxing – where one single punch can change everything.
Expect the unexpected come December 1st in LA.