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    Tyson Fury has weighed in a whopping 19 kilograms heavier than Deontay Wilder for their heavyweight boxing rematch tomorrow

    Tyson Fury has weighed in a whopping 19 kilograms heavier than Deontay Wilder for their heavyweight boxing rematch tomorrow


    The Brit has recorded 123 kilograms, while Wilder has come in at the heaviest he ever has for a bout at 104kg.

    Fury says Wilder's approach is obvious to him.



    Their first bout in 2018, which ended in a split draw.

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