Fury (L) and Wallin face off during a news conference at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino on September 11, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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Tyson Fury shouldn't have too much trouble in the ring this weekend against an opponent whose biggest claim to fame is that he's arguably the best heavyweight fighter in Sweden.Fury is giving it his best shot this week, channeling his inner showman to embrace all things Mexican as he promotes his fight Saturday night with Otto Wallin. Fury shouldn't have to adapt much against Wallin in what is basically a fight to keep Fury active -- and in the public eye -- as he prepares for a scheduled February rematch with heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder.That includes Fury, who hasn't taken a lot of time to study his latest opponent, who is unbeaten in 20 fights but hasn't faced anyone of note.He dethroned Wladimir Klitschko in 2015 to claim the heavyweight title but gave up his titles without a defense and was out of the ring for more than two years while battling severe depression and substance abuse problems.But it was his fight with Wilder in December that really resonated with boxing fans.
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