Tyson Fury Recap of Knocking Out Deontay Wilder
Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder fought for the third time and everyone can tell that the bad blood between the two is still boiling according to HustleTV. Despite that, tons of experts called the fight an instant classic. Fury scored an 11th round knockout in such an up and down fight that saw both fighters gain an edge at various points in the fight. With the victory, Tyson Fury retains his undefeated record along with 22 knockouts. He only has one draw and that is to Deontay Wilder three years ago. Apart from that, he is known for dominating his opponents until he knocked them out. Despite the result, Deontay actually knocked out Tyson several times in the fight too but Tyson was able to recover. The fight certainly lived up to the hype. It was actually supposed to happen three months ago but Fury got infected with COVID-19. Thus, the fight was moved to October and it was well worth the wait. These are two fighters nobody would mind going at it with each other no matter how many times because of how good they are.
Believe it or not, both fighters’ last fight was their second match. Fury scored a technical knockout in that boxing match and it was actually Deontay Wilder’s first defeat. In this fight, Tyson Fury immediately took control as soon as the bell rang and he even scored an early knockout. Everyone thought it was not going to be long before the fight would be over but Deontay Wilder recovered and tried to even up the score. He eventually connected with tons of punches until Fury came back with his own arsneal of weapons. Those who know this fighter should expect that there is no giving up in him. He would always find a way to turn things around. He is so competitive and it is doubtful we will see another fight between these two competitors. They would likely move on to other fighters and Wilder certainly made a name for himself by taking one of the best this business has to offer to the maximum limit.
After the fight, the two fighters talked for a bit. It was hard to tell what Tyson Fury told Wilder but he told reports it was not anything that is safe for public television. He knew the entire audience just witnessed an up and down classic and told everyone in an interview to never ever doubt him. He certainly has a point as he is beginning to cement his legacy as one of the best in the business. Wilder was visibly tired in the latter rounds and he was no match for Fury’s punches. As a matter of fact, Fury told the media that he would pray for Wilder. That really shows his sportsmanship and he is only in his 30s. He still has a long way to go in his career and he can fight as long as he wants with the right amount of conditioning.
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