Tyson Fury VS Deontay Wilder Betting Odds
One of, if not the biggest fight we will see in 2020 is fast approaching. Tyson Fury will take on Deontay Wilder in their second fight since December 2018, following a 3 year comeback from Fury. A quick look at both opponents, we can see that they have fairly similar stats and this could be a very close fight. Generally this can cause the betting odds to return a very similar stake on both sides, with a draw pushing the best odds. To date, Fury has had 30 fights, won 29, followed by a draw in his last fight with Deontay Wilder. Similarly, Wilder has had 43 fights with 42 wins and 1 draw against Fury.
Tyson Fury AKA the Gypsy King is a British fighter representing England. Fury is 6' 9", 31 years old and has an estimated reach of 85" (216 cm). Fury has had 30 fights, 29 wins, 20 wins by KO and 1 draw. Deontay Wilder is known as The Bronze Bomber or 'Dosser' to Tyson Fury, with a height of 6' 7" and reach of 83" (211 cm). Wilder is 34 years old, so this fight will give us some insight as to whether experience or age much of a contributing factor in a fight between 2 of the greatest active heavyweights.
Pay close attention with these 2 fighters, though Deontay Wilder has had many more wins than Fury and seems to be in better shape this is all the more reason to spark interest in this fight. In nearly every boxing match Tyson Fury has been involved with, he looks out of shape as if his manager had gone down the local to grab the biggest guy he could find. On the other hand, Wilder is in pretty good shape when you compare the 2 side by side. To the untrained eye, most would believe Wilder to win with no doubt about it. This is the deception of Tyson Fury. In the sport of boxing, size and shape is not something to be fooled by. To back this point we can simply take the David Haye Vs Tony Bellew fight as he won by TKO in round 11.
Now down to the betting odds for this fight. sportsfreebets.uk is now a licensed online betting service as well as one of the UK's biggest sports betting aggregators. To promote our launch, we are offering exclusive fury v wilder betting odds. You can back Fury to Win with us at 25/1 odds, meaning a £10 bet would bag you £250 profit if Fury wins. As well as this exclusivity, we are offering many other odds on round betting, knock out predictions and Wilder to win. Just as a comparison, William Hill are offering 4/5 for Fury to win. At these odds, you'd get an £18 return if Fury were to win.
Fury to Win by Decision
25/1 odds at Sports Free Bets UK - £10 bet returns £260
4/5 odds at William Hill - £10 bet would return £18
4/5 odds at Marathon Bet - £10 bet would return £18
4/5 odds at Betfair - £10 bet would return £18
The odds for a draw are rather attractive at many of the online betting sites. The chances of a draw twice in a row are always very slim, though after their last fight this is not impossible.
Sky Bet - 20/1 odds returns £200 from just a £10 bet
William Hill - 20/1 odds
Ladbrokes - 18/1 odds
BetVictor are offering the best odds here with 25/1 odds on a draw, returning £260 when you bet a tenner.
Wilder to Win by Decision
Ladbrokes £10 bet would return £20
Coral £10 bet would return £19.10
William Hill £10 bet would return £21
That pretty much covers the Fury v Wilder betting odds up to date, though they are likely to fluctuate in the 3 week build up to the fight. Betting odds don't tend to have any drastic changes unless you're betting in-play. Live betting while watching the fight can cause big changes for your bets, however betting during the fight will usually give you less of a price in comparison to before hand.