By Washira Helene
The upcoming fight between Tyson Fury and Francis Ngannou is one of the most anticipated in recent memory. The two heavyweight champions are coming from different worlds, but they have one thing in common: they are both devastating punchers.
A performance table comparing the two fighters has been released, and it shows some stark differences. Fury has a much better professional record, with 33 wins and just 1 loss. He has also knocked out 24 of his opponents, while Ngannou has not.
Fury is also taller and has a longer reach than Ngannou. This gives him a significant advantage in terms of reach and leverage. In addition, Fury is a southpaw, which means that he will be fighting Ngannou from an awkward angle.
Ngannou, however, has one major advantage: his strength. He is one of the hardest hitters in UFC history, and he has the potential to knock Fury out with a single punch.
The fight is scheduled to take place on October 28, 2023, in Saudi Arabia.
Fans are already scared for Ngannou, as the performance table shows that Fury has a significant advantage in terms of skill, experience, and size. However, Ngannou is a dangerous fighter, and he will not be an easy opponent for Fury.