Wilder vs Fury prediction: Upstart likes BritWritten by Leroy Cleveland
Unbeaten heavyweight up-and-comer Nathan Gorman (14-0, 11 KO) tags his cousin, Tyson Fury, to defeat Deontay Wilder on December 1.
“He’s faced his demons but conquered them and now he’s back where he belongs in the ring and I think the boxing public has missed him," Gorman, who is fresh off a win over Kamil Sokolowski October 20, told StaffLive this past week.
“Everyone was saying that he can’t come back but he proved all the doubters wrong and now he’s lost 9 or 10 stone, had his two comeback fights and now he’s on the verge of making history and becoming a two-time champion of the world.
“I believe that Wilder will be throwing into the wind and that will make him miss and make him pay. I think Wilder’s style is totally wrong and not just for himself but for every heavyweight in the world," added Gorman, who is on pace for an all-UK superfight with British rival and former stablemate Daniel Dubois.
Wilder's style is controversial, indeed, as some in boxing insist he's wild and unpolished. Regardless, Wilder's record of 40-0, 39 KOs is, perhaps, the most impressive in the sport.
Do you agree with Gorman's prediction?