I haven't been around here much in the last month or so, but it seems whenever I check in, there seems to be a bigger undercurrent thinking that Wilder beats Fury in the rematch than before. Huh? A. Boxer's beat punchers more often than vice versa in rematches. Debatable I guess, I've seen plenty of rematches with both results, but I think there is truth to this perception. B. It's easier to see Fury making meaningful adjustments than Wilder. Fury just needs to ****ing stop relying on dipping related tactics so much. Both times he got nailed he was dipping in some form instead of retreating back or smothering. He can get in better shape and his footwork should improve, which should make overreliance on dipping much easier to avoid. Wilder's potential adjustments (go to body, throw more punches, hit Fury while dipping) are either dependent on what Fury does, or just plain much harder to execute and improve upon than Fury's adjustments and options to get better. It wouldn't surprise me if Wilder ko'd Fury. They are fairly well matched, as match 1 proved. But Fury should be a relatively solid favorite for such a high level match, and its odd to see people expecting Wilder to win to the extent they are.