Having fought Deontay Wilder twice and got knocked out on both occasion, heavyweight boxer, Luis Ortiz says he is tipping Wilder to knockout Tyson Fury on Saturday.
Ortiz was clearly leading Wilder on points in their rematch last year when Wilder’s dangerous right hand landed on him in the 7th round and that was the end of the contest.
“Tyson Fury and Wilder are two different fighters, but I don’t think Wilder will respect him in the rematch, and I see the outcome by a knockout victory,” said Luis Ortiz.
Ortizs was recently knocked out by Wilder last November, so he seems to know what he’s talking about more than the other fighters that are predicting the outcome of the Wilder-Fury rematch.
Wilder has nothing to fear from Fury in this fight in terms of needing to be careful in avoiding his shots. So what we’re likely to see is a game of cat and mouse. Fury will be the big mouse running from the cat Wilder, and it’s only a matter of time before he gets caught by him, Boxing News 24 predicted.
In their first encounter, Fury, with his mobility was leading Wilder on points until he was brutally knocked down on two occasion. The referee scored the contest draw.