Showmax Pro To Air Fury v Wilder III Boxing Fight on October 10

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Boxing fans in Kenya and across the continent will be delighted to know that Showmax will be airing the anticipated Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder third fight this coming Sunday, October 10.

The fight is set to reach its crescendo this weekend when Tyson Fury fights Deontay Wilder for the third time in three years, in Las Vegas. The WBC heavyweight championship fight, and a high-quality undercard, will be broadcast live through SuperSport. This is with DStv subscribers expecting to watch it live on SuperSport Action and SuperSport Grandstand.

Among the earlier fights is a heavyweight showdown between Nigerian dreadnought Efe Ajagba and Frank Sanchez of Cuba, both unbeaten and both dangerous punchers.

But it is Fury versus Wilder that will lock in fans across the world given how their earlier fights unfolded. Both were high on drama, raw power and savage punching.

The first fight was a split decision draw, but Fury emerged with greater credit for his sensational recovery from a brutal knockdown to take the fight to Wilder. Then, in the rematch, he turned aggressor and blew the American away in the most dominant performance of his career.

Wilder opted for the courts to secure the rematch. He also fired Mark Breland, his assistant trainer, and brought in Malik Scott in an effort to craft a plan to dismantle the awkward Fury, whose ring wiles and movement are unlike any other fighter in the heavyweight division.

Whatever Scott manages to tweak, the one thing that will endure is Wilder’s freakish power. With 41 knockouts in his 42 wins, he ranks as the greatest puncher in boxing history, a statistic that makes him a live dog in a fight that Fury nonetheless starts favourite in.

As he demonstrated in their first bout, he can land devastating punches. But his power game can be unpicked by a boxer as smart as Fury, who uses his naturally bigger size and long arms to keep distance and frustrate Wilder.

So, it’s definitely bound to be one exciting match between the two.

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