This Saturday comes one of the biggest fights between heavyweights of recent times. Deontay Wilder, undefeated and notorious, will exhibit his title of the World Boxing Council (WBC) in front of the British Tyson Fury, also undefeated and with the recognition of being the linear monarch at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Send FOX Sports on your signals and digital platforms.
Great legends of the history of the full weights gave their opinion on this great contest.
Mike Tyson, one of the biggest knockers in the category and the youngest man to wear a world crown in the category.
"Although the punch of Wilder is strong, nothing can be compared to the mental strength that Fury has demonstrated both inside and outside the ring. It will be a closed decision, but I think Fury has a real chance to fight," said Iron Mike.
Evander Holyfield, Olympic medalist in Los Angeles 1984, unified champion in both cruise and heavyweight, recognized as one of the best in history.
"It's a great fight. Fury has many skills, it's clumsy and has long arms. It has good reflexes and is a strong peg. Deontay needs to be the first to hit and can not wait for Tyson. Tyson has always been the biggest fighter. Fighting with Deontay is the same case. If things get tough, Fury has more experience and many tricks. I think that with Deontay's power, he might be able to finish before, but if Tyson can frustrate him and go away , then he could go his way, "said" The Real Deal. "
Lennox Lewis, winner of Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield, three times world champion of the complete.
"If they go to the cards, then it will win Tyson Fury. If it's a short fight, it will belong to Deontay Wilder. This is an epic and highly unpredictable fight. I can not wait for this fight," said the British.
George Foreman, recognized as one of the best of all time, was twice champion of the category and held legendary bouts with Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier in a golden age of the category.
"I am a great fan of Deontay Wilder and I was impressed with Tyson Fury and how he avoided the great shots against Wladimir Klitschko. I can see him go 12 rounds with Wilder because of his height and reach. The good thing about this fight is that we are all talking about that. I think Wilder wins a closed decision, "said Big George.