2020 BOXING fight – Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury 2 – full fight Video WBC

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3 Star RatingReview by AllTheBestFights.com: 2020-02-22, good fight between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury 2: it gets three stars.

The undefeated former Olympian and current Wbc Hw champion Deontay Wilder entered this fight with a professional record of 42-0-1 (41 KOs=98%) and he is ranked as the No.2 heavyweight in the world (currently the #1 in this division is Anthony Joshua). In his last three bouts he has tied with Tyson Fury in their first fight (4-stars fight, Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury I) but then he has beat Dominic Breazeale (Deontay Wilder vs Dominic Breazeale) and Luis Ortiz in their rematch (Deontay Wilder vs Luis Ortiz 2).
His opponent, the undefeated former IBF, IBO, WBA and WBO Hw champ Tyson Fury, has an official boxing record of 29-0-1 (20 knockouts) and he entered as the No.4 in the same weight class. After drawing with Wilder in 2018 he has won over Tom Schwarz (Tyson Fury vs Tom Schwarz) and Otto Wallin (Tyson Fury vs Otto Wallin). Here are some boxing champions that think Wilder will be the winner: Larry Holmes, Suga Ray Leonard, Thomas Hearns, Evander Holyfield, David Haye, Manny Pacquiao and Clarissa Shields; while here the ones who think Fury will defeat the American: Mike Tyson, Paulie Malignaggi, Anthony Joshua, Saul Canelo Alvarez, Billy Joe Saunders, Frank Bruno, Ricky Hatton and Carl Frampton. Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury 2 is valid for the WBC World heavyweight title (Wilder’s tenth defense). Watch the video and rate this fight!

 

 

Date: 2020-02-22

Where: MGM Grand Garden Arena, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Division: heavyweight (over 200 lbs, 90.7 kg)

Title: WBC World heavyweight title

Result: Click here to show the fight’s result
Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder (TKO at 1:39, round 7)

 

Wilder’s previous fight: Deontay Wilder vs Luis Ortiz 2

Fury’s previous fight: Tyson Fury vs Otto Wallin

 




 

Wilder vs Fury 2 full fight video:

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Official highlights

Wilder vs Fury 2 post-fight interview

Wilder vs Fury 2 Post-Fight Press Conference

Full Weigh-Ins & Face Off Video

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20 thoughts on “2020 BOXING fight – Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury 2 – full fight Video WBC”

  1. Finally, after all these years fraud got found out. I hope aj has no sympathy on him like he didn’t. But knowing aj he will still be all class. This man cannot box at all. What is breland teaching him? No hook, no footwork, no jab, no feints, no combinations. Garbage. And this is what happens when you are fed bums and a 40 yo who almost put u away first and outboxed you in a second fight btw, you are never really tested and you start to believe your hype.

  2. Looks fixed to me. Few times Wilder connected with jab and then backed up like he regretted not typical for him.

  3. They say everyone can get defeated and come back stronger. But the question is how? In case of AJ’s defeat against Ruiz, the solution seemed quite obvious – focus more on his out boxing abilities and do his best Klitschko impression; and that was possible given his physicality and decent (good, even) fundamental boxing skills. Not sure what the next steps are for Wilder. I mean, is he going to just wing it every fight like he used to? Or will he try to finally add new facets to his game? The latter will be very difficult to achieve at this point in his career.

    1. Have another look at the clinching and turn the commentary off. The commentators kept telling us that this was part of Fury’s plan. To tie Wilder up and lean on him. But have a closer look. I was Wilder that initiated most of the clinches and then Fury leans on him.

      1. Yes a lot of the clinches were just Wilder trying to stop the barrage coming in on him by tying Fury up. And Fury punished him for it almost every time. I only saw Fury grab on a couple of times like he had planned to do it, not like he was resting by grabbing hold of Wilder. Wilder though seemed to grab hold of Fury to get a rest, but it usually backfired due to Fury’s skillful inside game.

    2. Wilder is tough as hell. He went seven rounds vs. Fury taking a more or less brutal beating pretty well every single round. It is not going to be easy for anyone else but Fury to get him out of there. I doubt Joshua can knock Wilder out, after watching this. Cannot imagine Joshua being able to bully Wilder in close or on the ropes the same way Fury did. Joshua is not as quick or mobile as Fury either. so Wilder is going to catch Joshua at least enough to slow him down. It will be no cakewalk for anyone vs. Wilder. Just because Tyson Fury got the better of Wilder and punished him…doesn’t mean everyone else can

  4. What a fiasco!!!! Terrible fight, total lack of technicality almost a street fight with an smart guy grabbing like crazy while connecting rabbit punches, at his total discretion, to the head of the other fighter , “if i can say so”, because Wilder was totally absent from this bout. He looks like a total restrained or like no having a plan B to contain the English clown. He was totally ineffective, his jab was non existing and may be just relaying in a lucky punch to stop the wild attacks inferred but his opponent. In my opinion his sometime lack of confidence on himself show up again with negative results. On the other hand, he has to plan very well his future by improving his boxing skills which are very much required since up to know all his victories were obtained mainly because his formidable punching power. Shame to him for having lost this fight to just a big boxer like Tyson.

    1. Ahaha, unorthodox,strange opinion.
      Fury is the best heavyweight for so many years.That is why no 1 wanted to fight him.
      Now he proved that.
      Educate yourself.
      Watch his previous fights ,even with Klitchko, then u maybe will understand.
      Wilder is second 1, so….

      1. kris pen: If you really believe that in this fight any of these two boxers deployed any solid boxing skill or outstanding techniques to satisfy their fans or others (like me) I honestly think that the person that needs boxing education is just yourself. I’m really surprised that it got 3 starts when it was not good even for 2.
        Regarding Fury he didn’t prove to be the best HW in the world because Wilder isn’t a good boxer either. Fury just proved again to be the bigger one in the ring and in this fight also to be smarter than Wilder by neutralizing him by means of grabbing or keeping the distance when that was possible. In term of techniques, bot of them have very poor boxing skills, with Fury imposing his will due to the usual body size differences and the other because his extraordinary punching power.
        I saw several fights from Fury and I don’t like his style and the way he behaves in the ring almost like a clown. In the other hand , in my opinion Fury needs a lot of ring development and to improve his techniques, if he got any. However, he doesn’t care at all because he his always the bigger in the ring and his potential and actual opponents do not present a real risk. Of course this is my opinion which is as valid as your.

        1. People don’t give Fury enough credit. If being huge was all it took to be HW champ, then every champ for the past 40 years would have been over 6’5″ and over 300 lbs. It is absurd to say that Fury wins on size alone. There are very many men who are taller and heavier than Fury who would not last one round with Tyson Fury. Fury is the best HW in history due to a whole combination of things. He would beat anyone from the past easily, including Lennox Lewis and Mike Tyson.

          1. Pumpkingilmour: Most likely, you are a young guy with not knowledge at all about the history of the HW category when you proclaim that Fury is the all time best in such category. I just will recommend you to read about and/or see some of the old fight videos still available about these great luminaries of the past. After accomplish that we may can discuss again otherwise it is a waste of time for both of us. On the other hand, as I said in my above comment to kris pen, Fury is not good enough to be the sparring of any of the past greats neither Lewis as you mentioned. May be just for Tyson, however, with his grabbing style most likely Tyson would put him down at not time just punching his body since Fury head is too far away for Tyson’s reach.

          2. Klitschko got the same rap as Fury, with everyone claiming that it was only his size which he had going for him, and that only his size was what exceeded his opponents. Fury vs. Lennox Lewis would be interesting to see. Fury would beat Mike Tyson up. Mike Tyson is too small. Klitschko would do the same to Tyson which Lennox Lewis did.

          3. yes,then Akebono ,sumo wrestler suppose to beat anyone,because he is bigger then everyone.But he can not,surprisingly.
            Good point.

        2. First if you look closely the fight has almost 5 stars and everyone likes the performance of Fury, look at any media discussions.Fury is the best heavy weight at this time, he has the best boxing skills,he moves in the ring like lightweight…….he is very smart. Wilder is the most dangerous fighter , every1 was scared to fight him,he bullied every1……. look at the statistic even.
          There is no 1 better then those 2.
          I dont know if you fallow the heavyweight division, there were Klitchko brothers for around 12 years, and then Fury ,Wilder and Joshua,….no 1 else at that level.
          I understand that every1 has rights to have his own opinion , but if this opinion is very far and opposite to the total reaction, usually that opinion is inadequate.
          OK, who do u think is the best heavyweight
          right now?

          1. kris pen: I respect your opinion but I do not agree that this fight deserves more than 2 starts neither that Fury is a talented boxer. Unfortunately, at this time luminaries for this category are almost not existing.
            When I talk about boxing my appreciation goes only to those fighters that really show up their boxing skills when are attacking or defending themselves (moves, dodging, counter punching, etc). I never appreciated a boxer just because his punching power (like Wilder) due to this is just a gift. To gain skills you have to work very hard. If a guy with very good skills could deploy also punching power this is a plus which in some way improve his already deserved qualifications (e.g. but other category guys like Loma, and Crawford fulfill such requirements). Your guy Furt is far away to meet this kind of requirements. In my opinion the only actual HW boxer who meet all these concepts is Luis Ortiz but unfortunately he is too old to be competitive. I give some credit to Joshua who has some boxing skills but requiring still a lot of improvement to avoid suffer another fiasco like he got during his fight with Andy Ruiz and also a good boxer is Joseph Parker, and honestly none else. There are not anymore skillful HW contenders like we have seen in the past e.g. M Ali, Foreman, Holmes, etc. Kiitchko was good too but unfortunately your guy Fury was lucky to get him at the end of his career when it was about time for him to be retired.
            Again,regarding Fury,he isn’t good enough even for sparring sessions with any of the great HW boxer I mentioned above (of course with the exception of Klitchko :-)).
            You guys are too young probably, which in fact is very welcome, but therefore, with no opportunity to enjoy, appreciate and mainly compare the skills of these old boxers with this new generation which is still far away to gain such recognition, at least from people like me with passion for boxing for many many years.

          2. you left Usyk out of the discussion, and any discussion including Lomachenko should include Lomachenko’s HW brother Usyk. Usyk is actually physically heavier and stronger than Wilder while more mobile than Wilder. Usyk is just getting started. Speaking of skills.

          3. WOW, U show that u dont know too much about heavyweight division and it history.
            First look at Wilder, his body at heavyweight…..means he training very hard, that he developed his power, he was even third at Olympics, …., how can he is not good,how could he has 41 KOs,why everyone is scared to fight him???.Probably u never practice boxing, or any other sports, that is why u dont understand it.
            second, Fury won against Chisora when he vas very young. Who is Chisora, very tough, he gave really hard time to Vitaly Klitchko,
            Who is Vitaly, the boxer that made Lenox Louis to retire… who is LOuis…
            I thought before that Fury is not good enough to fight Chisora. That Vladimir Klitchko will win very easy against Fury.BUT I WAS WRONG,LIKE U NOW. I know Vladimir in person, i saw how he was training in Germany long time ago.Vladimir was a beast,no 1 could do what he was doing, and he had no big damage along all those years when he was champion.He was very smart HE would be a champion maybe 5 more years.No Joshua,no Wilder even thought to fight him at that time. But Fury made him to do nothing that he could. Then i understood that Fury is really good. But he was mentally unstable, not dedicated enough like Klitchkos, if he was,he could be undisputed champion long ,long time ago.
            Did u really watch Ali vs Foreman, and Ali vs Homes…..Whatch those again, maybe u were young and exited, maybe u will see it different now….
            U pointed Ortiz,he started too old even, he did not fight no 1 serious,maybe they avoided him, Parker too…,look at them.
            Maybe u need to see Whyte, Dubois, Konwacki,Joyce,..Pulev, USYK espesially.
            U said that was streets fight. Do u know what streets fight really is? Did u participate in a street fight sometime? or it is cliche from the media.That was boxing fight under the boxing rules,with a referee even,so no1 to brake them.
            U repeat again, that the fight has 2 stars, look right above ur comments in allthebest fights, people gave it almost 5 stars,70 people,unusually ha?Are they all wrong?
            And see what other fighters and trainers say about Fury, even the legends in boxing, then u maybe will change ur opinion. Because their opinion is real, not the media that changes easy, after win or lost. But probably u never practice boxing or any other sport ,that is ur confusion.i repeat.
            But i cant disagree with u, Lomachenko and Crawford will beat Fury easily. Did u see the fight Mayweather vs Big Show. Mayweather won,so everything is posible.
            i educate u , because u said u have passion about boxing for many years. But some time people are delusional, they need a little help ,to go in right directions, to not be silly and other people to laugh at them.
            That is why i educate u, with my all respect.Continue with ur pasion,go more deep ,dont be discouraged,any1 can have bad moments,and i promise u ,u will succeed in truly understanding of boxing.
            DONT TAKE IT WRONG,BUT FOR GOOD, RESPECT for ur efforts!

          4. kris pen , Tyson Fury is the best in the game right now, and he is 31, with a lot of good years ahead. Seems to be improving all the time. He will beat Anthony Joshua, and probably any other challenger. Usyk may give him some trouble, it will be close.

          5. yes,Usyk is tough, really tough. I think he will succeed as heavyweight too.

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