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Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3 - October 9th *PPV*

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3rd fight between these heavyweights. 1st fight was a splite decision, and the 2nd fight in Feb 2020 was dominated by Fury.

Originally scheduled in July but got postponed after Fury tested positive for COVID-19 (several members of his camp tested positive as well).


Robert Helenius v Adam Kownacki

Alberto Puello v Rances Barthelemy - for WBA Interim World Super Lightweight Title

Efe Ajagba v Frank Sanchez - for WBC Continental Americas Heavyweight Title

Jared Anderson v Vladimir Tereshkin

Steven Torres v Justin Rolfe
 

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Helenius vs Kownacki 2
  • Robert Helenius is 30-3 with 19 KOs.
  • Adam Kownacki is 20-1 with 15 KOs.
  • Kownacki was 20-0 prior to the 1st fight between these two when Helenius 'The Nordic Nightmare' pulled off a huge upset KO in the 4th Rd 16-months ago. This is a highly anticipated revenge match for Kownacki, who is the odd-on favorite once again.
Anderson vs. Tereshkin
  • Jared Anderson is 9-0 with 9 KOs and is being touted as the next big heavyweight contender.
  • Vladimir Tereshkin is 21-1-0 and is unbeaten in his 22 professional fights to date.
Ajagba vs. Sanchez
  • Frank Sanchez is 18-0 with 13 KOs and is the current favorite (4/7).
  • Efe Ajagba is 15-0 with 12 KOs.
 

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Terrible undercard… but arguably the best heavyweight championship fight in a long, long, long time.
 

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That was a great fight. Nice to see. It's been a long time. Wilder saying he doesn't respect Fury after the fight was a bitch move, though.
 

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That was a great fight. Nice to see. It's been a long time. Wilder saying he doesn't respect Fury after the fight was a bitch move, though.
well, when have we ever seen a fourth fight? all we hear are trilogies. Gotta stir the pot to get them to give him another shot when it should be someone elses turn.


Wilder should have backed out of that second fight, he had so many issues going on his head was not in the game. Really disappointed Wilder could not win this one though. When I thought the ref stopped the second fight I was pissed, but ended up being his own corner guys throwing in the towel. I thought that was enough for Wilder to destroy this time around.
 

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Easily one of the best fights that we've seen in a looong time. Those were some grown ass men on Sunday. That Round 4 was almost a disaster, but somehow Fury kept peeling off the canvas. Helluva rebound by Wilder from Round 3. Best thing Fury did was to lean into Wilder removing his length & power. Fury dissected him for the next several rounds.

Sanchez outclassing Ajagba was disappointing. But he definitely showed why he was the favorite. Ajagba throws bombs, but he's not a tactician. 1st loss in his career.

Helenius pulled off another upset on Kownacki... Give that man his respect

Anderson moves to 10-0 with 10 KOs. Very impressive. That was a quick fight dropping Tereshkin in Rd 2.
 

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Easily one of the best fights that we've seen in a looong time. Those were some grown ass men on Sunday. That Round 4 was almost a disaster, but somehow Fury kept peeling off the canvas. Helluva rebound by Wilder from Round 3. Best thing Fury did was to lean into Wilder removing his length & power. Fury dissected him for the next several rounds.

Sanchez outclassing Ajagba was disappointing. But he definitely showed why he was the favorite. Ajagba throws bombs, but he's not a tactician. 1st loss in his career.

Helenius pulled off another upset on Kownacki... Give that man his respect

Anderson moves to 10-0 with 10 KOs. Very impressive. That was a quick fight dropping Tereshkin in Rd 2.
I'm done calling Helenius' win an "upset". I'm not done calling Kownacki a little overrated. He's a one-trick pony who is pretty easy to game plan against. Helenius did it twice. Don't know how he will fare against either Fury or Wilder but Kownacki will get carved up against either.

Looking forward to seeing more of Anderson against better opponents. Don't know why Tereshkin hadn't fought in 2 years but he clearly wasn't in Anderson's class for that fight.
 
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