“A ‘Proper’ Fight Between Two Beasts” Conor McGregor Opens Up About Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 2

Published 03/19/2020, 5:02 AM EDT


Conor McGregor is no stranger to the world of boxing. Being a professional boxer himself, Conor gives us his thoughts and opinions on the recent blockbuster of a fight, Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 2.

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What does Conor McGregor think of the Fight

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Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder battled it out for the second time on the 22nd of February 2020 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tyson Fury came out victorious in the rather one-sided bout. And Conor tells us how.

Tyson Fury took complete control of the fight right from the beginning. He took the fight to wilder. Wilder though considered to be a knockout specialist was KO’d himself in the 7th round. How did Tyson manage to pull this off?
Conor McGregor appreciates Fury’s dedication. He says Fury stuck to the plan his trainers gave him which resulted in him winning. Most fighters seem to drift away from their pre-set plans mid-fight, but not Fury. He stuck to his game plan throughout the fight and got the KO in the 7th round. Wilder gave ground easily. He was no match to the power-packed shots Fury threw at him.

The 19 pounds Fury put on since their last meeting evidently made a major difference. Fury packed a heavier punch and Deontay didn’t see this coming. Deontay was the crowd favorite to take this bout. Fury being the underdog made this win even tastier!

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Conor commented, “Fury vs. Wilder II was my kind of fight. A proper fight between two beasts who talk a good game and throw heavy punches.” Conor took this opportunity to plug his whiskey brand and continued, “Tyson Fury is special. He’s got Irish in his blood. I sent both fighters a bottle of my Proper whiskey and they both deserved a Proper shot or two after that bout. I deeply respect these fighters! What a show!”

The Trilogy Bout

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Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder are set to face off for the 3rd time. The trilogy fight as of now is set for the 18th of July, but will things go as planned amidst this pandemic scare? Coronavirus- COVID 19 might put a halt on this depending on the severity it reaches by July. As of now, it isn’t easy to predict. But whenever this fight happens it’s going to be one that no one would want to miss.

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