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    By Keith Idec - LAS VEGAS - It took Tyson Fury 10-plus rounds Saturday night, but the huge heavyweight finally emphatically finished his trilogy with Deontay Wilder.
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    Fighters competing on the stacked undercard leading up to the highly anticipated Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder III heavyweight title trilogy showdown previewed their respective showdowns before they enter the ring this Saturday, October 9 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. (photos by Ryan Hafey, Sean Michael Ham, Mikey Williams)

    The event will see 2016 Nigerian Olympian “The One and Only” Efe Ajagba and fellow unbeaten Frank “The Cuban Flash” meet in the 10-round co-main event, heavyweight contenders Robert “The Nordic Nightmare” Helenius and Adam “Babyface” Kownacki square off in a 12-round rematch and 21-year-old sensation Jared “The Real Big Baby” Anderson and Russian veteran Vladimir Tereshkin battle in the eight-round PPV opener.

    There will be top names competing in preliminary bouts airing on ESPN2 and FS1, as super middleweight knockout artist Edgar “The Chosen One” Berlanga faces former title challenger Marcelo Esteban “El Terrible” Coceres in a 10-round showdown, plus former unified 154-pound champion Julian “J-Rock” Williams returns to take on Mexico’s Vladimir Hernandez in a 10-round bout.

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      I'm curious how Wilder will come out. He's not that Mike Tyson type bulldozer, he's more cautious, waiting for his opponent to make that one mistake.

      Is he gonna change up here and really pressure Fury?

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          All the Nasty Things Fury & Wilder Said to Each Other At Weigh-In

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            What are these rumours about Wilder's brother getting punched in the face yesterday?

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              Originally posted by SHO_RULEZ View Post
              I'm curious how Wilder will come out. He's not that Mike Tyson type bulldozer, he's more cautious, waiting for his opponent to make that one mistake.

              Is he gonna change up here and really pressure Fury?
              I hope he does. Everything points to that being the plan.

              Looking forward to this fight, though I'm still waiting to see them in the venue before I hit 'buy' on the PPV!

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                WAR-BRONZE-BOMBER!!! WAR NORDIC NIGHTMARE!!!

                When The Wild Wind Blows

                Have you heard what they said on the news today?
                Have you heard what is coming to us all?
                That the world as we know it will be coming to an end
                Have you heard? Have you heard?

                He sees them in the distance, when the darkened clouds roll
                He could feel tension in the atmosphere
                He would look in the mirror see an old man now
                Does it matter they survive somehow?

                F.U SWEET CAROLINE!!!
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                  This is it man! It doesn't get any better than this! Deontay Wilder's hour has come and his redemption is drawing nigh and I'm so excited and cannot wait. And The new 2x WBC Heavyweight champion of the world Deontay "The Bronze Bomber" Wilder.
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                    Originally posted by SHO_RULEZ View Post
                    I'm curious how Wilder will come out. He's not that Mike Tyson type bulldozer, he's more cautious, waiting for his opponent to make that one mistake.

                    Is he gonna change up here and really pressure Fury?
                    No, he's going back to his windmill stage; Where he threw caution to the wind until something landed. So Tyson Fury better getting ready for the incoming firepower because once Deontay lands and hurt Fury then it will be a game changer.

                    Tyson will be forced to back up and then start fighting off the back foot if he doesn't get stopped. This fight is not going to resemble the rematch in any way shape or form.

                    We can expect a Pier Six Brawl and a knock-down drag- out fight here coming down to whomever wants it the most.

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