So both weigh in significantly heavier than last time, 273 v 231. My head tells me this is looking bad for Fury. I've long had doubts he's got one last big hurrah in the tank, suspecting his comeback fight against Wilder was in truth his be all and redemption. Throw in the WWE distractions, the change of trainer, the cuts, the rumours of injury and the weight gain. All logic tells me Wilder will starch him this time out. But my heart and my romantic side is telling me Fury is going to write another insane chapter in his rollercoaster career, possibly the greatest instalment so far. I don't think his approach has to be so different from the first fight, despite the weight gain. He carries weight well and can still move and outbox Wilder from the outside. What I think we'll see Is more variety, including unexpected (though risky) moves to the inside to lean on and sap Wilder. He can do some damage on the inside and if he does get Wilder tired and makes it to the latter rounds we could then see Fury sit down on his punches and light up Wilder. The cut of course could change everything. I suspect Fury's ready to go for broke if it opens up to the extent it did against Wallin. I'm no great fan of Wilder, primarily because of his pimp wardrobe and cringeworthy 'bomb squad' screams, but if he gets Fury out of there he'll deserve all the credit and respect coming his way. After all, no-one else has done it. This fight could still go to the cards but I wouldn't bet on it. If it does go the distance it's likely to have been brutal in any case. Realistically though, someone's getting knocked out. My head tells me it's Fury who'll fall like a giant redwood in the desert. My heart tells me Fury is going to prove the World and I wrong for the umpteenth time.