WHAT HAP­PENS IN A DEON­TAY WILDER vs TYSON FURY RE­MATCH NEXT YEAR?

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Mickey Hel­liet

Pro­moter and man­ager

I can’t see how that was the best Fury. Fury had a long time away and that was a ma­jor doubt for me against a puncher like Wilder. I hope he stays fo­cused and ac­tive be­tween now and his next fight be­cause I’m cer­tain he will im­prove for hav­ing now had the Wilder fight. Miles Shinkwin

English cham­pion

I don’t be­lieve there will be a re­match. Wilder isn’t con­trac­tu­ally ob­li­gated to fight Fury again and ask your­self this ques­tion: Would you fight Fury again if you had ba­si­cally lost ev­ery sec­ond of the fight other than land­ing two bombs? John Mur­ray

Former world ti­tle chal­lenger

I think the fight will look sim­i­lar to the first, but the re­sult will be dif­fer­ent. I don’t think Fury will make any mis­takes sec­ond time around. His box­ing brain will have worked Wilder out, and he’ll prob­a­bly force a stop­page in the mid to late rounds. Andy Clarke

Box­ing com­men­ta­tor

I think Fury should win a re­match with rel­a­tive ease. Tyson will be so much bet­ter for the first fight whereas I don’t think Wilder can do any­thing dif­fer­ently. Satur­day wasn’t an off night for Wilder. He boxed how he al­ways does. It was his op­po­nent that was the dif­fer­ence.

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