By Joe Haslam
Tyson Fury makes his long-awaited to return to boxing on Saturday night with it being nearly three years since his bout with Wladimir Klitschko which saw the Gypsy King win the IBF, WBA Super, IBO, WBO and Ring Magazine titles.
The Manchester Arena will be rocking as they see Fury go up against Sefer Seferi who is likely not going to be a pushover with the 39-year-old only suffering one defeat in his career, although most of his fights have been in the Cruiserweight Division.
After 18 months out of the game and a difficult battle with depression, a refreshed Tyson Fury will want to back up his claim that he is a contender in the Heavyweight Division and get the win, in style, on Saturday night.
Although only a ‘warm-up’ fight, there is a lot riding on this fight for the ‘Gypsy King’. Fury knows a win against Seferi could provide him with a lot of options like possible bouts with Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua being talked about. Fury has also stated that if any cruiserweights, light heavyweights that want to step up then he is ready to give them a “good hiding”.
My prediction for this bout is a Tyson Fury win by way knockout, as expected, he is going to be too good for Sefer Seferi.