Tyson Fury Knocks Out Deontay Wilder to Retain Heavyweight Title
The Gypsy King Tyson Fury has retained his heavyweight crown after defeating Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas on Sunday morning
The Briton dominated the Bronze Bomber for most of the game and knocked him out cold in the 11th round
Fury will keep his WBC heavyweight title and he’s bound to face the winner of the Usyk vs Joshua rematch
Tyson Fury has secured his place as possibly the best heavyweight boxer in the world after defeating Deontay Wilder in a rematch in Las Vegas on Sunday morning.
The Gypsy King knocked out the American in the 11th round with a strong right hand, retaining his WBC heavyweight title in the process.
The long-anticipated match lived up to the billing, with both fights going at each other, with 5 knockouts between them.
Wilder started with more energy, landing body shots on the Briton, but the second round was all for Fury as he knocked down the Bronze Bomber.
Wilder came back stronger in the third round, knocking out Fury twice before the defending champion was saved by the bell.
It was all Fury from then on, as the Gypsy King showed good stamina and strength to knock down his opponent in the 7th and 11th rounds.
This signals an end to the trilogy in which Fury had 2 wins and the other ending in a draw.
Tyson Fury retains his WBC heavyweight title and is expected to face the winner between Usyk and Joshua after their rematch.