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Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury will face each other in the ring on December 1st but the sparring outside of the ring has already started and will continue when BT Sport show their roundtable programme.
In less than two months time Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury will go one on one to determine who is the lineal heavyweight champion, who is the WBC heavyweight champion and which of them still has an undefeated record.
The pair couldn't be more similar out of the ring and more opposite in the ring if they tried. Both like to exchange verbal barbs with their opponents but between the ropes Fury is more considered and tactical whilst Wilder is the big swinging puncher.
The build up has already begun with the two men doing three press conferences in England and the US last week and plenty of mind games already starting with Wilder eventually going for his upcoming opponent in the final one and the pair having to be kept apart.
But that's not the last time we will see the two men in close quarters before the fight. BT Sport have teased the pairs roundtable interview and it's exactly what we expect:
It was Monday 20th August, two days after Tyson Fury beat Francesco Pianeta, and Deontay Wilder was in town...- Boxing on BT Sport (@BTSportBoxing) October 7, 2018
We put them in a room together and asked them to talk it out over a roundtable. It started off peacefully, then all hell broke loose... :flushed: pic.twitter.com/rM8PoH21V1
And they confirmed that it will be available to watch on YouTube from tonight, we cannot wait to see the whole thing:
Will be on YouTube tomorrow from 11pm and is being shown tomorrow night on BT Sport 1 HD at 9.45pm.- Boxing on BT Sport (@BTSportBoxing) October 7, 2018
The fight will be the biggest heavyweight showdown since Anthony Joshua's fight with Wladimir Klitschko and is likely to be the biggest test of Wilder's career so far.
The clash of styles should make for an intriguing matchup up too with Wilder trying to do what no one else has seemed likely to do and stop Fury in his tracks.
Who do you think will win?