Mike Tyson Thinks Fury Beats Wilder

Aside from throwing a drink at Don King, Mike Tyson spent his International Boxing Hall Of Fame weekend throwing out a hot take regarding a potential showdown between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder.

Sirius-XM hosts Randy Gordon and Gerry Cooney asked Tyson if he thought “6’9“ Tyson Fury can become a force again in the heavyweight division?”

Tyson would claim that not only could the “Gypsy King” become a force again, but that Fury could defeat WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder.

 “He’s just made for the guy,” the former world heavyweight champion told Gordon and Cooney.

“Tyson’s very awkward, (Wilder’s) not used to fighting a guy that awkward or that big either.”

Even though the size and style may benefit Fury, the issue lies in inactivity for the former unified world champion, as he fought for the first time in nearly three years against undersized Sefer Seferi last weekend, while Wilder is looking to finalize a deal with Anthony Joshua to unify the heavyweight division for the first time in nearly two decades.

Source: Bad Left Hook.

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