Malignaggi: Wilder is going to get smoked by Fury

Former two-division world champion Paulie Malignaggi believes there could be only one winner of the trilogy between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder and that is the Brit.

Fury is set to defend his WBC world strap on July 24 against the man he took the belt from. The initial fight in December 2018 finished in a controversial draw, even though Fury won 10 to 12 rounds.

The rematch produced an All-time Fury classic, as “The Gypsy King” was demolishing Wilder for seven rounds before the American’s corner threw in the towel.

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The rematch that was held in February 2020 was the last fight for both guys.

“I think Wilder is going to get absolutely eviscerated in the fight. I think he’s going to get smoked to where he’s never the same again because he took a bad beating the second time around,” Malignaggi said to The Schmo.

“The first time around, I thought Fury outpointed him. The second time around, he took a bad beating, and that will usually change a lot of guys in general. If you’re going to ask for that type of beating again, I don’t see where he’s going. Here’s the thing. Wilder doesn’t know how to fight going backward. You’re not going to figure out how to fight going backward.

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“You’re not going to mentally and psychologically and physically change yourself to the point where you’re going to figure out how to fight this guy going backward. Fury will back you up.”

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