Unpredictability makes Fury v Wilder so appealing
The American is favoured - because the information we can see with our eyes is that Fury isn’t ready for this fight, that at 30 he may already be spent
If both of the fighters in Saturday’s title fight were definitely at their physical peak, in their best possible fighting condition, and both knew it, there’s no way the bout takes place.
It’s the doubt that makes this appealing. On the side of Wilder’s camp, they must doubt Fury greatly because, short of the fix being in - and, whatever you make of Fury as a person, that’s just not plausible...
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