Stoked for the Hurd/Harrison tonight! I believe Harrison sticks and moves tonight, more than he usually does. Hurd has game, but he won't be able to get off if he can't catch Harrison, but Harrison better be in range to land his own shots....or else, we're in for a snoozer.
This is a make or break fight for Harrison, and a perfect opportunity for Hurd to capitalize on Harrison's shortcomings, one of which happens to be his lack of focus and versatility (offensively) when the other guy isn't moved by his "power" and activity. A catch and shoot by Hurd should start the trouble for Tony. I believe Harrison gets stopped again tonight, or fights in a fashion that does hi career no favors, but he makes the final bell.
As for Wilder/Williams, this should be a good one, being that Williams had more than a month to prepare and I believe he was training for a possible, but got the Wilder call. Wilder hasn't fought since July and is coming off of what I believe is two surgeries since.
Williams may have success if he puts the pressure on early and keep Wilder on the back foot. I don't believe he can get in Wilder's chest make it a dog fight...too much range, too long of a fighter in Wilder, but we've seen stranger things happen. I don't like Wilder's wide left hook, never have.