WBC, Lineal and Ring Magazine heavyweight British boxer, Tyson Fury on Saturday morning, October 9 in Las Vegas Nevada knocked out his American opponent, Deontay Wilder, to retain his titles.
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The rather exhilarating match, didn’t fail to give the fans the feeling they were hoping to get from start to finish despite the fact that one [party went home happy the other party went home happier.
The match which lasted for 11 rounds started with a more athletic Wilder who began the first round with body punches towards Fury but got knocked down by the Gypsy King responded in the third round got and knocked down Deontay Wilder.
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Fury, 33, was floored twice in the fourth round by Wilder’s powerful right hand, but just like before he stood up. By the tenth round, Wilder was receiving a barrage of blows and still managed to stand up while still trying to land his right hand.
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As you’ve seen in video above, Fury landed a blow that sealed his wining in the 11th rounder, he gave Wilder a combination of punches to his temple that sent the American crashing. With a win from this fight, Fury is still undefeated while Wilder has suffered the second loss of his career (both to Tyson Fury).