After weeks of drama and uncertainty, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will meet for the third time. The events surrounding the out will only add to it and make it a mouth-watering clash between two of the best heavyweights.
Despite all the hype surrounding the two, boxing fans have more to be excited about. The two superstars will clash as the main event on July 24. And we have more information about the undercard. And it promises to be a night of fireworks in the ring.
Mike Coppinger reported that the undefeated duo of Frank Sanchez and Efe Ajagba has agreed to a deal to face each other on the undercard. He pointed out that as the main event, this event would also be another Top Rank vs. PBC contest.
Boxing Scene then reported the next two fights on the PPV card. An exciting rematch between Adam Kownacki and Robert Helenius will feature on the PPV card, while undefeated heavyweight prospect Joe Anderson will face an opponent who is yet to be named.
Sources: Frank Sanchez and Efe Ajagba have agreed to a deal for a heavyweight clash on July 24 on the Tyson Fury-Deontay Wilder ESPN/FOX PPV undercard. PBC vs. Top Rank bout. Just like the second Fury-Wilder fight, there will also be one TR undercard slot and one PBC slot
— Mike Coppinger (@MikeCoppinger) June 9, 2021
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What can fans expect from the Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder trilogy
The reports show that fans have a lot more to be excited about other than the main event. While none of the names are global stars like Fury and Wilder, they can certainly put on a show. So what can fans who pay for the PPV expect?
Considering it is an all-heavyweight affair, viewers will surely get their money’s worth. The Kownacki-Helenius bout is a rematch, and thus, will be very competitive. Moreover, Ajagba and Sanchez are both undefeated and will want to use the opportunity to shine on the biggest stage.
In addition, Joe Anderson is a young fighter with a 100% knockout rate. And none of the other fighters have a knockout percentage of less than 50%. Thus, it promises to be a fantastic event. Moreover, it will be no surprise to see over one knockout victory on the card.
What do you think of this undercard for the Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder PPV? Do you think it will be worth the money for fans?
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