Right. No Mark Breland in the corner this time around to serve as the sole bastion of common sense. And we all know that if Bayless is the referee, he isn't stepping in and stopping it to save Wilder from further punishment: he convinces himself that as long as Wilder is in there he has a chance of landing that one big right hand, regardless of how bad a beating he has taken. So Wilder will have to take his hiding, and if he comes to the ring with 40lb body armour he can use that as his get-out clause, stating that it made his legs weak during the entrance, and demand a fourth fight with Fury. Let's face it: stranger things have happened.