By Willian Lloyd: WBC Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury Is Getting Some Great Fight From Dangerous Knockout Artists Jared Anderson and efe ajgabas Deontay in preparation for his title defense against ‘Bronze Bomber’ Wilder on July 24. The card will take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Anderson is the kind of person that would still be a nightmare for Fury to fight because he’s relentless, powerful at any limit, and he’s a dangerous body puncher.
Jared’s ability to throw shots nonstop with power would make him a tough opponent for Fury if they fought now.
6’6″ Ajagba has a fighting style closer to Wilder than Jared Anderson. With the lethal power of Ajgba’s right arm, he is dangerous to battle with Fury because it hurts him if he flushes could.
Ajagba (15-0, 12 KO) will fight Cuban talents Frank Sanchezche (18-0, 13 KOs) on the undercard of the Fury vs. Wilder III trilogy match in a 10-round fight in Las Vegas on July 24.
The undefeated 21-year-old Jared Anderson has proved to be the most beneficial for Fury (30-0-1, 21 KO), according to his top-ranked promoter, Bob Arum.
Although “Big Baby” Jared Anderson at 6’4″ isn’t as tall, powerful, or as fast as Deontay (42-1-1, 41 KO), he is a pressure fighter with two-handed punching power and Wilder. In contrast, he throws his shots in combination.
Anderson is an entirely different type of fighter than Wilder, who throws one punch at a time and doesn’t keep the inside game.
Fury is likely to have problems getting better than Anderson on the inside because this is a man who can fight up close or out well.
What’s even more interesting about Jared is his ability to turn southeast when attacking. In mid-attack, Anderson will turn southeast and begin hitting his opponents with powerful left hands.
“We have a guy Tyson tells me, and a lot of people tell me, the next great heavyweight champion will be,“Bob Arum Said About Jared Anderson” sky game.
“The kid has had nine fights now,” Arum continued about 6’4″ Jared Anderson. “Talk to Tyson – He gives hell to Tyson when they workout. he is a great sparring fellow.
“Tyson told me after the Wilder fight that he attributes a lot of his success to the fight with Anderson.”
Jared has taken out all nine of his opponents since turning professional in 2019.
Not surprisingly, Anderson hasn’t faced first-class opposition as he’s still learning but he looks like someone who can still beat the best in the top 15.
Anderson will fight unbeaten Vladimir Tereshkin (22-0-1, 12 KO) on July 24 in an eight-round bout on Fury-Wilder 3’s undercard.
Jared Anderson’s last five opponents:
- Jeremiah Karpency – KO 2
- Kingsley Ibeh – KO 6
- Luis Eduardo Pea – TKO 1
- Rodney Hernandez 0 WHO 4
- Hector Perez – TKO 1
The downside about using Anderson as a sparring partner for the 32-year-old Fury is that his fighting style is nothing like that of Wilder. Anderson doesn’t fight like Wilder at all. Therefore, he is not going to prepare him for the right-handed single shot punches thrown by Wilder, who are much quicker and more powerful than Anderson.
Jared’s fighting style is close to that of former Fury rival Otto Wallin, the way he stands in front of his opponents and unloads with nonstop power shots from both hands.
That fighting style is nothing like that of Wilder, who is like a grown-up version of Thomas Hearns.
“If you can kill me, you have some speed and technique,” Anderson told Sky Sports about Fury.
“He knew that if he could kill me, he could certainly kill Wilder.”
Jared is not that hard to hit as he stands in front of his opponents, lands on them and doesn’t focus too much on his defense.
Anderson is hard to hit, that’s his offense. He is throwing so many shots at his opponents that they don’t have time to throw anything back.