Wilder vs. Fury Odds & Picks: How to Bet This Rematch
Harry How/Getty Images. Pictured: Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury
- The latest Wilder vs. Fury odds position Deontay Wilder as the betting favorite heading into Saturday night's fight against Tyson Fury II.
- Our experts preview the much-anticipated rematch, including how the moneyline evolved and what could decide the fight.
- Find out how they're betting the heavyweight title fight between Wilder and Fury below.
Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury II Odds
- Deontay Wilder odds: -110
- Tyson Fury odds: -110
- Draw: +2000
- Over/Under: 10 Rounds (-139/+100)
- Location: MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas
- Time: Card starts at 9 p.m. ET; Main Event approx. 11:30 p.m. ET
- TV: ESPN+ PPV/FOX PPV
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Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury Odds Movement
It is very rare for boxing odds to be this tight and it’s even more rare for a fight of this magnitude to be priced like this. The razor-thin odds are part of what makes this fight so monumental.
Not only are two of the greatest heavyweights of this generation meeting in the rematch of a fabulous first fight, but the odds suggest that anybody can win.
Wilder vs. Fury II Fight Analysis
Michael Leboff: Will Fury Be Flawless?
As the famous chant goes, there’s only one Tyson Fury. “The Gypsy King” is a boxing enigma, a combination of speed, size, skill and bravado rarely seen before. He is a generational talent, a master of mind games and, perhaps most importantly for this fight, very hard to gameplan for.
Fury’s feints and movements are one-of-a-kind, especially for a heavyweight, and his willingness to spend time taunting his opponent makes this as much a mental battle as a physical one.
When people think of heavyweight boxing their minds immediately go to one-punch knockouts, but Fury’s path to success here is to box Wilder, to get in, score and get out without feeling the Bronze Bomber’s power.
The Gypsy King has it in his locker to out-box Wilder, he did it for 11-plus rounds in the first fight, but he also showed what is true of any Wilder fight — you need to be perfect for all 36 minutes to beat the most powerful puncher on the planet. Fury was nearly perfect in the first fight, but that was only good enough to earn a draw.
There is only one Deontay Wilder, too.