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“Gypsy King” Tyson Fury Knocks Out Deontay Wilder In The Trilogy Fight

Tyson Fury earned somewhere around 30 million dollars for this fight whereas Deontay Wilder earned 20 million dollars

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UNITED STATES: The “Gypsy King” Tyson Fury defeats Deontay Wilder by KO (Knockout) in the 11th round at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. This was the first time that Tyson Fury was defending his Heavyweight titles. This Trilogy fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder is Quoted as one of the greatest fights in this era of Boxing.

Deontay Wilder, who lost his WBC (World Boxing Council) belt last year against Tyson Fury was fighting to regain his belt in this Trilogy fight. Deontay Wilder is known as one of the hardest-hitting boxers in boxing history while Tyson Fury has never tasted a single defeat in his entire career.

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Deontay Wilder started throwing jabs to the body from the very first round while Fury was trying to land some left hooks on Wilder. Deontay Wilder was attacking and staying busy and according to the scorecards, he won the first round against Tyson Fury.

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At the start of round two, Tyson Fury became more active. Fury started throwing jabs at Wilder and Wilder tried landing his lethal right hand on Fury but failed to do so. In the third round Fury hits Wilder with a clean right hand and Wilder hits the mat and Tyson Fury scored a knockdown at the 3rd round of this fight.

In the fourth round out of nowhere Deontay Wilder lands a straight right hand and down goes Fury. In the fourth round, Wilder tried to finish Fury by throwing bombs. Wilder lands another shot in this round and Fury goes down again and Deontay Wilder scored two knockdowns in the fourth round of this fight.

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As the fight progresses, Wilder was getting way more tired than Fury and it was getting hard for Wilder to catch his breath. Tyson Fury took the advantage of this and tried to finish Wilder. Wilder was clinching hard for his dear life and he was desperately trying to land his right hand. It was getting hard for Wilder to box against Fury as he was breathing heavily.

At the 9th round, the doctors came in to check the condition of Wilder’s health. At this round again Fury was the aggressor and Wilder was just trying to hang in there. But at the last seconds of the 9th round, Wilder lands a great uppercut that stumbles Fury.

Deontay Wilder was trying hard to land his right hand but his cardio was failing him and Fury kept punishing him with some hard shots. It was looking like Wilder couldn’t take damage anymore and his legs were gone at the end of this round.

Fury started the 11th round with some hard jabs while Wilder was trying to counter but he was too slow for Fury. Fury landed a big right hand which knocks out Deontay Wilder and the Referee Russell Mora stops the fight and the “Gypsy King” Tyson Fury defeats Deontay Wilder by knockout and remains the WBC and Lineal Heavyweight Champion of the world.


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