Tyson Fury has emerged as the new WBC heavyweight champion after he knocked out Deontay Wilder in the 7th round.
Fury was at his best in the fight as he has almost secured the victory in the 5th round after he landed Wilder series of ‘bombs’. Wilder’s legs appear to be gone in the round as he falls down twice before Fury sealed a knock out victory in the 7th round.
With the victory, Britain’s Fury has become the world heavyweight champion for the second time.
Fury produced a brutal and brilliant masterclass to batter Wilder to a seventh-round stoppage. He floored the American twice in the fight before Wilder’s corner threw in the towel in the Seventh round.
The Briton dominated the fight from round one to the end, with Wilder not in the contest all through the period.
Wilder had no answer to the superior fighting prowess of Fury and he was outclassed in every department.
Wilder was not like the ‘Bronze Bomber’ he claimed to be in this fight, but Fury was truly the Gypsy King.
The American was first floored by Fury in the third round and later in the fifth round.
A jab and right hand – the combination Wilder has wiped men out with repeatedly – sent the American down in the third, stunning the MGM Grand Arena.
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