Okay boxing fans and betting faithful, you’re going to have a great chance to cash in with a potentially winning wager when lineal heavyweight champion Tyson Fury takes on undefeated challenger Tom Schwarz on Saturday, June 15 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
While this isn’t the rematch title bout between Fury and WBC champion Deontay Wilder that boxing fans were all hoping for after the pair of champions fought to a polarizing draw in December, this bout looks like a thriller just waiting to happen, simply because of the fact that Schwarz has never been beaten.
If you’re ready to find out which fighter is offering the best value against their boxing odds, then let’s get to my preview, analysis and expert pick right now.
Tyson Fury vs Tom Schwarz 2019 Boxing Odds, Preview & Pick
- Undercard: 7:00 PM ET
- Main card: 10:00 PM ET
- Main event: Approximately 11:30 PM ET
- Live Stream: ESPN+
- Schwarz Wins in Round 5 +8000
- Schwarz Wins By Decision+3300
- Fury Wins in Round 7 +900
- Fury Wins By Decision +160
Why Bet On Tom Schwarz?
The 25-year-old Schwarz hails from Germany and stands 6’5½”. The challenger comes into this bout riding a three-fight knockout streak that includes a stunning second round KO of Kristijan Krstacic in March. Schwarz has won 16 fights by KO, seven via decision and one by disqualification.
Why Bet on Tyson Fury?
Like Schwarz, Tyson Fury (27-0-1, 19 KOs) has never been beaten in his career. The 30-year-old champs Fury stands 6’9” with an 85-inch reach. He fought Wilder to a draw in their in December in a bout that may thought Fury won. The Englishman outboxed Wilder but was knocked down in the ninth round and another big knockdown in the 12th that he somehow survived. Fury was out of the ring from 2015 to 2018 but has had a trio of fights since making his return in November of 2015.
Expert Analysis and Prediction
If you’re wondering whether Tyson Fury is looking past Tom Schwarz and ahead to another bout with Deontay Wilder, then the answer is probably an unequivocal yes. Still, seeing as how Fury has never been beaten and he’s got the more impressive resume, I’m going to say that he somehow manages to win this bout, although I’m expecting it to be a lot tougher than anyone expects.
Fury got knocked down twice by Deontay Wilder and Tom Schwarz is a big dude that definitely possesses some knockout power. While I’m going to say that Fury avoids the huge upset loss, I’m thinking this bout goes the distance, which makes the boxing odds on that happening very attractive in my opinion. Again, Tyson Fury wins, but again, Tom Schwarz gives him a much tougher way to go than anyone could have ever imagined!
Boxing Betting Pick: Tyson Fury Via Unanimous Decision