Following WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder’s latest social media post the reaction from boxing fans makes it clear that people are split on who wins between him and lineal champion Tyson Fury next weekend.
When the fight was first announced consensus seemed to be that it was too soon for Fury and that Wilder should have a straight forward night.
However, as the fight has gotten closer and footage of the excellent condition Fury has whipped himself into has emerged — this popular opinion is now changing to one of more 50/50.
Right down the middle no less:
— Deontay Wilder (@BronzeBomber) November 25, 2018
Fury taking you to school 🥊
— cully (@lee_cully58) November 25, 2018
This fight won’t go 5 rounds.. Can’t wait to see @BronzeBomber TKO this clown.
— Marcus Gilbert,Sr (@MarcusGilbert33) November 25, 2018
— Alex (@AJSA2910) November 25, 2018
I’m for the Bomb Squad…. Go Wilder Go Champion @BronzeBomber
— Quajo Afranie Jr (@QuajoJ) November 25, 2018
The King of the Heavyweight division returns! Lets go Champ! #BombZquad
— Arief Rochelle (@AriefRochelle) November 25, 2018
#BombZquad baby 💣💣💣
— Anthony D. Hall, Sr. (@HallStyle) November 25, 2018
You’ll lose one way or another
— Philip Duggan (@philip_duggan) November 25, 2018
Get em champ!!
— AntonioLowpez (@AntonioLowpez) November 25, 2018
It’s very rare at the highest level of professional boxing that you see a fight evoke such emotion and genuine split opinion.
Couple that with the WBC heavyweight championship of the world on the line and this has all the makings of a huge night of boxing.
The fight takes place December 1st at the Staples Centre in LA and will be live on Showtime pay per view in the UK — live on BT Sport pay per view in the UK.