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Saturday night’s heavyweight clash in Las Vegas should follow a familiar pattern for Tyson Fury.

This is a keep-busy fight for the Gypsy King ahead of his rematch with Deontay Wilder in February, and it’s likely he’ll be looking to make a statement.

Otto Wallin isn’t a tricky opponent for Fury.

The Swede is unbeaten in 21 fights with one no contest, but has never fought anyone of any note and is taking a huge step up on Saturday night.

This is the kind of fight that Fury wouldn’t take particularly seriously in the past, and he’s been guilty of showboating against clearly overmatched opponents, such as his wins over Sefer Seferi and Francesco Pianeta in 2018.

In the 31-year-old’s last fight against Tom Schwarz in June, however, he came out firing and put the German away in two rounds.

Part of that was certainly about Fury trying to make a big impression on his US debut, and he’ll surely want to impress the American audience again as he gears up to take on Wilder once more.

For that reason, an early stoppage looks likely.

Fury isn’t the biggest puncher in the division, but he can overwhelm opponents with his accuracy and volume when at his best.

He’ll be too good for Wallin, and it’s worth backing Fury to win in rounds 1-3 at and 4-6 at .

If you’re looking for a #BetYourWay to take advantage of our offer for this fight, then Wallin to be knocked down in rounds 1-3 looks a good one at .

Fury to win and no knockdowns also represents a nice hedge at just in case the lineal champion decides to take it easy and get some rounds under his belt to prepare for the Wilder rematch.

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