By Davy Trengove – I’ve just watched #WilderFury2 for the 3rd time and analysed it. Forget all the excuses from Wilder and his fans, Fury brought his A game physically and mentally and Wilder couldn’t cope from the 1st bell.
The power, the feints, the footwork, the defence and the pressure from Fury saw him put in one of the finest performances from a British boxer in history. He went out to America and decimated a Champion of 5 years, not only making him look ordinary but he beat him on his own turf.
Wilder was all out at sea because Fury and his team had a master gameplan and Fury delivered it with the perfect execution.
Wilder deserves credit because he showed the heart of a Champion to keep getting up but sometimes a man just has to be honest and give credit where it’s due by just saying that the best man won on the night.
I actually can’t wait to see Fury fight again because he was back in the gym today and it will be even more interesting to see him with another camp under his belt.
Years ago he would’ve been on the piss after a win but now he’s straight back in the gym and living the life of a Champion.
There’s only one Tyson Fury.