Tyson Fury makes Deontay Wilder comeback fight prediction against Robert Helenius and reveals how hard rival REALLY hits | The Sun

Tyson Fury makes Deontay Wilder comeback fight prediction against Robert Helenius and reveals how hard rival REALLY hits | The Sun

TYSON FURY has revealed just how hard Deontay Wilder REALLY hits – as he made his Robert Helenius fight prediction.

Wilder makes his return to the ring over the weekend against ex-sparring partner Helenius.

It will be the American's first fight since his brutal knockout defeat to Fury in their October 2021 trilogy classic.

The heavyweight rivals shared three fights in their series, firstly ending in a draw with Wilder losing the subsequent rematches.

And Fury, who was floored four times overall by the ex-WBC champion, opened up on Wilder's famed power in a warning to Helenius.

He told ID Boxing: "I think that Helenius is a good fighter.

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"I think that he's No1-ranked with the WBA or he should be if he's not.

"I think he did an eliminator with Adam Kownacki and I just think that Wilder is a monster puncher and as soon as he lands on Helenius he's out.

"I've seen Gerald Washington knock Helenius out, and Wilder knocked him out, so.

"He didn't do much good with Dillian Whyte, Helenius, couldn't really hurt him and Wilder punches like five times harder than Whyte so, yeah, KO for sure."

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Wilder, 36, can earn another shot at Fury's WBC belt by beating Helenius, 38, in New York.

A win puts him in line to face Andy Ruiz Jr, 33, in a final eliminator for the title.

Whereas Fury, 34, is set to return on December 3 following talks for a trilogy with Derek Chisora, 38, who he beat in 2011 and 2014.

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