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Tyson Fury's trainer explains the flaw they've already exploited in Deontay Wilder

GiveMeSport | Updated: 2018-10-03 01:06:16

The war of words between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder is really heating up.

Boxing's biggest fight of the year is just two months away and the heavyweights are doing their best to excite fans even more.

Fury makes the journey to the US and will attempt to break Wilder's unbeaten record in Los Angeles on December 1, with the WBC belt on the line.

It will not be an easy task, with the Bronze Bomber unbeaten in 40 fights and recording a knockout victory in every single one.

Despite his own unbeaten record, Fury will need to do all he can to turn the tide in his favour after nearly three years without facing a top-level opponent.

Both Sefer Seferi and Francesco Pianeta - Fury's two comeback opponents so far - have not tested the lineal champion one bit.

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Making the step up to someone like Wilder is a huge risk, but Fury's trainer Ben Davison believes they have already exploited the Bronze Bomber's key weakness.

Davison states that Fury's ability to provoke an emotional response out of Wilder will lead to him being more reckless on the night.

Davison said to FightHub TV: “It doesn’t take a genius to see that Deontay Wilder has flaws, do you know what I mean?

"And that’s what we’ve got to exploit, as everybody tries to do — you always try to exploit your opponent’s weaknesses and that’s what we’re gonna do.

“One of Deontay’s weaknesses that has been getting ironed out of his game as he’s gone up in levels is his recklessness.

"Tyson’s got him emotionally involved, like I said there, and [Wilder’s] saying he wants this to be his most devastating knockout, and he’ll be forcing things more than ever because, like I said, Tyson’s got him emotionally involved.

"And that’s gonna exploit more of his one-nil.”

They think they've got Wilder where they want him.

If the American does come out swinging in desperation for a huge knockout, Fury's technical ability could pick him off.

However, all Wilder needs is one punch and he will surely be wary of Fury's tactics on the night.

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