The odds for Deontay Wilder’s match with Robert Helenius, in which he will make his boxing comeback, are described in depth.
The same thing will be at stake when Wilder and Helenius square off in the Brooklyn Barclays Centre ring: relevance.
Wilder struggled greatly during his most recent match with Fury. Wilder was unable to finish off the Gypsy King despite twice knocking Fury out during the fight, and he suffered more from the defeat than at any other time in his career.
Helenius likely feels more assured than ever and can see a clear route through Wilder to a shot for a title. Robert Helenius is “doing all in his ability” to overcome Deontay Wilder. Helenius enters the bout on a three-fight winning streak and, if successful, might force Wilder to retire.
Both of them are putting a lot of effort into winning, so the contest will be more engaging.
Deontay Wilder Vs Robert Helenius battle
Following his loss to Tyson Fury, Wilder will be attempting to restart his career with a probable matchup against Anthony Joshua or a rematch with the WBC Champion.
Tyson Fury, who was previously mentioned, recently claimed that Wilder would defeat ID Boxing in the main event. He said, “I think Helenius is a fantastic fighter. If he isn’t already No. 1 with the WBA, he ought to be. “I think Wilder is a monster puncher who will knock Helenius out as soon as he falls on him. I think he competed in an eliminator with Adam Kownacki. “I witnessed Gerald Washington and Wilder both knockout Helenius, so.
Dillian Whyte wasn’t particularly affected by Helenius, and Wilder punches around five times as hard as Whyte did, guaranteeing a knockout.
Date and Time of the match:
On Saturday, October 15 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, Deontay Wilder will square off against Robert Helenius in the ring.
In the US, the show will be aired on PPV.com ($74.99) and FOX Sports PPV ($74.99).
The majority of events are available on PPV.COM in both English and Spanish, and it is not a subscription service. Additionally, FITE TV in the UK will broadcast it.
The main card will begin at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT, and the main event ring walks will begin at midnight. ET/9 p.m. PT, respectively.
The former heavyweight champion Wilder, says about his return,
It’s been a long journey for me. I thought so many times about whether I should stay out of the business or come back. Once I got my statue in my hometown and saw so many people arrive and celebrate with me and my family, to see all the emotions, grown men crying in front of their children and saying he is a real true king, made me feel like my job is not done. So, here I am once again, looking forward to returning to the ring. I just knew right then and there that I had to come back because I motivate so many, and inspire so many around the world.
Robert Helenius on the other hand says,
I’ve been waiting for this opportunity for a long time, and I’m going to be ready, I’m going to produce an even bigger upset than I did with Kownacki. I’m going for the belt, so this is a fight to prepare me to achieve the goal.
Battle winning :
The title might go to either Wilder or Helenius. For picking the skilled Helenius as his comeback opponent, Wilder deserves praise. The 31-3 “Nordic Nightmare’s” most recent performance is good, but the sample size is short because he only participated in two competitions in 2020 and 2021. Both starts were against the hard-talking Polish New Yorker Adam Kownacki. AK both were defeated twice by the 38-year-old Helenius, who won the first match by TKO of four and the second by TKO of six. Undoubtedly, Wilder won’t have to exert much effort on fight night to see Helenius. Given that both men are six feet tall, Helenius should push Wilder to speak with more volume than is typically used.
Fans’ Reaction on Deontay Wilder vs Robert Helenius fight
Wes, combat collector tweeted,
Can’t wait for some of these events I’ll be at coming up MMA UFC 281 @ MSG (my boy Andre Petroski is fighting & Frankie’s last fight) Boxing Deontay Wilder vs Robert Helenius Lomachenko vs Ortiz Wrestling Rutgers @ Princeton Michigan State @ Rutgers Penn State @ Rutgers
Daniel Yanofsky tweeted,
On the Deontay Wilder vs. Robert Helenius virtual press conference call. What are your thoughts on the matchup? #WilderHelenius #Boxing
Stanley Tucker tweeted,
It’s a tremendous fight week for #boxing fans. Here’s my #wilderhelenius preview. Also, this week are #ShieldsMarshall and #HaneyKambosos2.