The Gypsy King knocked out the Bronze Bomber with a vicious right hook at 1:10 of Round 11 to retain his WBC heavyweight title in their third fight at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada on Saturday. The battle saw both fighters knocked down multiple times but Fury came out on top with his superior movement and jabs to improve his undefeated record to 31-0-1.
David Haye on Tyson Fury KOing Deontay Wilder: “I definitely got it wrong… He took Wilder’s best – the heaviest single punching heavyweight probably ever. That same shot has knocked out 41 people in the past.
Put simply, Tyson Fury is what he always told us he was – the best heavyweight in the world and the best heavyweight of his era. The Gypsy King reigns supreme.
What people are saying?
The Bald Don Good God give the guy a break… this was his first time losing twice to the same opponent… people deal with stuff differently, he will come around… once he does he is gonna give Fury his props.
Dan Theman Thats the different between a proper boxer/trainer and a “sausage”.. Malik is the official daddy of Wilder in my eyes.. he not just made a classy statement, he even had the balls to say it out loud!!