Tyson Fury Knocks Down Deontay Wilder To Retain Title

Tyson Fury has retained his WBC heavyweight title after beating Deontay Wilder for the second time. The fight night was held in Las Vegas which saw the two contenders fight to the 11th round.

Tyson Fury has proven he is one of the greatest boxers when it comes to the heavy weight division.

During the 3rd round of the fight, Fury knocked Wilder down but came back stronger and putting him down twice in the 4th round.

On the 11th round, Fury knocked down Wilder again which he wouldn’t stand had to end the match by way of KO.

Tyson Fury now stand at 31-0-1 after his current win. He won two of the trilogy meetings with the first one ending in a draw. In 2018, it was a draw, in 2020, Tyson Fury won and in 2021, Fury won.

Who he fights next is not really known but rumor have it that it’s either going to be Anthony Joshua or Oleksandr Uysk.

This statistics speaks for itself on who is currently reigning in the heavyweight  division. And also it will end the debate of who is the best between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder.

With this, we can all attest to the fact that the American is not match for Fury. Our fingers are crossed for the next fight, as we can’t wait to witness another fight from these great boxers.


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