Ben Maller: “We had one guy who was built out of porcelain and the other guy was built out of doughnuts and lard, and the guy built out of doughnuts and lard ends out winning the fight; it was unbelievable. Is Tyson Fury going to capture the hearts and mind of U.S. sports fans with this seventh round TKO of Deontay Wilder? I’m skeptical. I like the story, but does the story have legs or is this going to be one of these one-off situations? Until he does this again, this is a novelty act. I like the charisma but he’s like a real life cartoon character like Homer Simpson, and butterball turkey winning out there.” (Full Audio at Bottom of Page)
Listen to Ben Maller explain why he thinks triumphant heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury, fresh off his seventh round TKO of the previously bulletproof Deontay Wilder, will have short-lived success on the sport’s biggest stage, as the charismatic Fury has had one of the most fascinating decades of the era.
Listen to the audio below as Maller details why Fury will ultimately be a comet streaking across the night sky, as Maller doesn’t really see a fighter like Fury, with an unorthodox build for a prize fighter, being able to have extended success in the prime of his career.