Otto Wallin On Fury/Wilder 3: “Wilder Doesn’t Have The Tools To Adapt!”

Former Tyson Fury Opponent Believes Deontay Wilder Cannot Make Adjustments!

Otto Wallin and Tyson Fury Scoring Knockdown On Deontay Wilder
Otto Wallin and Tyson Fury scoring knockdown on Deontay Wilder.

Otto Wallin doesn’t think Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder III will have a different outcome!

Otto Wallin (20-1, 13KOs), the previously unknown heavyweight who gained notoriety by the surprisingly valiant effort he put up against WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (30-0-1, 23KOs) in September of 2019, doesn’t believe there’s a need for a third Fury vs Deontay Wilder fight.

The Swede, who pushed the “Gypsy King” to the brink mentally and physically in their fight, doesn’t believe the former WBC heavyweight champion has the proper tools to adjust in the rubber match.

Speaking to Fight Hub TV, he said the following about the brilliant performance of Fury and Wilder’s prospects in the rubber match.

“I think Fury fought a great fight. The trainer change proved to be a good move. I wasn’t sure about that before the fight, he came in with a very good game plan.

“He said he was going to knock him out. He usually says that then comes out and boxes anyway. This time he just went after him and took him apart. So I think it was a great performance by Tyson Fury.”

On Wilder’s performance:

“I don’t think he looked off to me. If you look at the Luis Ortiz fight, the second fight he had, you could see the signs there. Every time Ortiz would throw something he would land it, and Wilder said he had a good game plan and that he was patient, but I don’t think that’s true.

“Ortiz was better but then Ortiz got clipped. Wilder has such amazing power and that’s his strength, but also his weakness that he leans on. He tries to take you out with one shot and that’s hard.

“I don’t think he was off, I just think that Fury was better.”

On interest in watching a third fight between Fury and Wilder:

“Not so much. I want to fight Wilder or Fury. But honestly he always has a puncher’s chance, but I think it’s going to be very tough for him to comeback. Even also at his age – he’s 34. I’m not sure he has the tools to adapt really.”

That’s the big question for Wilder heading into the rubber match. Will he able to make the proper adjustments to reverse the outcome?

As for Wallin, he has certainly increased his stock after his showing against Fury. He proved to be a legitimate contender. With the height and solid skills set, he could very well be a tough out for any top notch heavyweight he crosses paths with.

Just ask Tyson Fury!

By: Jerrell Fletcher

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