Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder have unfinished business. With Anthony Joshua facing his first defeat in a upset loss against Andy Ruiz it seems Fury and Wilder stand at the top of the divison. With their fight ending in a controversial draw the fans are eagerly awaiting these two giants to face off in the ring again but on September 14th Fury will not be staring into the eyes of wilder but of Otto Wallin. The fight between Fury and Wallin will take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and will be presented live via ESPN+ .
Tyson Fury is the self proclaimed lineal heavyweight champ and totes an undefeated record of 28-0-1 with 20KOs. Fury has battled depression and brought himself back from what seemed to be a downward spiral one could not comeback from. Fury lasted 12 rounds with heavy-handed, heavyweight champ Deontay Wilder, who before Fury has knocked out every man he has faced and in devastating fashion. Fury is working his way to be crowned the one true king of the heavyweight division.
Otto Wallin (20-0, 13KOs) is a fellow undefeated fighter who is world ranked. Wallin is also tall which is beneficial experience with the inevitable rematch between Fury and Wilder getting closer and closer. This year is the year of the “upset” so Wallin can keep the theme going by giving Fury his first Loss. A win for Wallin would definitely throw a wrench into the rematch with Wilder but this is boxing and anything is possible. A fill in fighter, Andy Ruiz dethroned former heavyweight king and British superstar Anthony Joshua in a highly unexpected win via stoppage back in June. Will this fight just be a tune up fight for Fury before he battles Wilder again ? or will Wallin pull an upset to claim a top spot in the division?