Body language expert reveals how Fury had Wilder rematch won BEFORE bout started

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A body language expert has claimed that Tyson Fury took the lead over Deontay Wilder before the first bell.

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Fury stripped down the US WBC title in February 2020 after a draw two years ago, and they now meet in a trilogy on Saturday.

Tyson Fury’s Ring Walk Before His Rematch With Deontay WilderCredit:

The Gypsy King sits on a throne with a crown on his head to the tune of Patsy Cline’s 1961 classic ‘Crazy’.


and according to expert Mark Bowden, who worked closely with ParimatchFury’s ring walk instilled confidence.

Here, he breaks down the key factors that set the unbeaten champion on the road to victory.

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Mark Bowden: The use of the symbol of royalty portrays her as having high status and power, and also communicates that she should not be touched, only killed.

Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury on his throne

Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury on his thronecredit: getty

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MB: The audience is asked to stand up for their king which causes a powerful mass display of nonverbal compliance.

This again gives an indication of his power to the opponent not only in the title but also in the reaction of others.

This may prompt the opponent to follow this power signal socially as well.

Tyson Fury goes on in Patsy Cline's 1961 classic 'Crazy'

Tyson Fury goes on in Patsy Cline’s 1961 classic ‘Crazy’credit: getty

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MB: He is placed high on a throne in a display of dominance of height.

Also performed by women to evoke the mythology of the Amazons, a mythical race of warrior women.

He dominates these super-women in this imagery.

Tyson Fury posing as a king on the throne

Tyson Fury posing as a king on the thronecredit: Reuters

A ‘crazy’ fury is coming?

MB: Images around the stadium are of Fury displaying a face of anger and the word Fury beneath it to evoke feelings in the audience that he is full of anger, rage, and fury of violent power.

The song also sings “Crazy” to evoke the idea of ​​loss of control.

However, in conversation, he sits calmly on his throne when taken away, and when he rises he generously blesses and blesses the audience like a pope.

Again, using the statute of distinctively high-status world figures.

Deontay Wilder won the rematch in round seven

Deontay Wilder won the rematch in round sevencredit: Reuters

Wilder offers no threat

MB: Stands again with arms extended to display fully prone body.

This is a very vulnerable position and shows that he is not suspected of being physically at risk of anything in space.

He then casually leans back and stands as he sings in a performance of non-peace with a lamenting song.

When you are presenting yourself as the king, you are untouchable and the gods are also on your side.

It affirms you to be powerful with a serene calmness. This is the story Fury is playing with the big banner of his inherent aggression.

This creates a grand tale of her inherent extreme aggression that will be released incidentally on her underling once in the ring.

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Deontay Wilder's now infamous ring walk

Deontay Wilder’s now infamous ring walkCredit:

Tyson Fury weighs almost three stones heavier than Deontay Wilder

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