Tyson Fury stopped Deontay Wilder in the trilogy at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada, on Sunday morning in what was a contender for fight of the year and potentially an all-time great.
The battle began with a 20-minute entry delay from Wilder, who was followed by Fury, who made his own dramatic entrance replete with gypsies and an amour.
Wilder jumped right into the fight, establishing his jab and working the body as he charged forward, but Tyson began to find his range towards the end of the first round and for much of the second.
Fury dropped Wilder, who was already gassed, in the third round, and it appeared to be the beginning of the end, but he did great to stay in the fight.
Fury was lucky to make it to the end of the round. Things settled in the fifth round as Wilder was looking for the finish but Fury seemed to have cleared his head. Fury started to take charge by the sixth round and it was mostly one way traffic from there on out.
Deontay Wilder showed a lot of heart to survive the eighth, ninth and tenth rounds, surviving another knockdown from Fury.
By the eleventh round, the fight was all but done and once Fury landed another clean right, Wilder dropped and this time, the referee didn’t do a standing count, the fight was waved up and Tyson Fury retained his WBC Heavyweight Championship, earning his first defence.
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