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Boxing tips – Tyson Fury to stop Wladimir Klitschko in Germany


Tyson Fury will go head-to-head with Wladimir Klitschko in Germany on October 24th and he is 13/2 with BetVictor to stop the dominant world champion.

Tyson Fury is set to finally meet reigning world heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko at the ESPRIT Arena in Germany on November 28th, and the trash-talking Briton is a best-priced 13/2 with BetVictor to stop his Ukrainian opponent.

The 27-year-old is the current WBO international heavyweight champion and a former WBO inter-continental title holder, but his sights are firmly set on sending his previously dominant foe into a premature retirement.

Klitschko has long reigned supreme in the heavyweight division, but Fury is ready to halt the veteran fighter’s decade-long unbeaten streak and add to his own undefeated run, having won all 24 of his bouts, including 18 by knock-out.

The outspoken Manchester-born bruiser recently caused a frenzy during his press conference, alongside opponent Klitschko, as he arrived dressed up as Batman and later wrestled an intruder to the ground, who had seemingly donned a Joker costume.

Fury declared he was as confident of overcoming Klitschko as he was “of waking up in the morning” and asked bewildered members of the media: “Is there anyone who doesn’t think I’m going to send Wlad into retirement?”

Having entered the recent press conference in London donning the attire of the Caped Crusader, Fury has told fans he will deliver Klitschko a dark night in Dusseldorf, and the confident Brit is 11/1 with PaddyPower to halt his counterpart between rounds 1-6.

The same odds of 11/1 can be had with the same bookmaker for Fury to reign supreme in latter stages of this German-based bout, during rounds 7-12.

In his previous fight against Christian Hammer, the bulldozing Briton viciously toppling his opponent with an eighth-round stoppage, following up a similarly rampant triumph over Derek Chisora in the 10th round in their anticipated rematch.

With eight of his last nine victories coming by way of stoppage, Fury will be gunning for further glory over his Ukrainian opposition in a bid to finally become a world champion, with the WBA, IBF, WBO, IBO and The Ring Magazine belts up for grabs. best bet: Tyson Fury wins by KO or TKO @ 13/2 with BetVictor

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