It was a great fight for the heavyweight title, with Tyson Fury and Deontay wilder.
Fury used a combination of powerful punches to knock Wilder out in round 11.
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Wilder quickly got out of his box and attacked Fury with important jabs. Wilder’s third round was a bit more difficult when Fury knocked Wilder down. Wilder appeared a little shaken but came back strong in round 4.
Wilder knocked Fury to the ground twice. The fight then began towards the “Bronze Bomber”.
Each fighter began to feel gassed, as the bout progressed. Each fighter became more entangled and the crowd began to slow down.
In the seventh round, Fury began to push the body harder. Fury put Wilder under pressure with a stunning uppercut. Wilder managed to make it through round one without being knocked out. The native of Alabama was still leaning heavily on Fury.
Fury and Wilder exchanged punches in the ninth and eighth rounds. Both fighters landed good shots to each other’s faces. Wilder’s lip busted open at the end of the ninth round.
Fury then hit a massive shot in round 10, which caught Wilder and sent him to his knees. Fury started to pummel and began to smell blood. Wilder replied at the end and appeared to have gained some momentum.
Wilder took more shots in round 11, including an ugly uppercut that took 2 minutes. Wilder was then sent down by Fury when Fury landed his final shot.
Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena hosted a heavyweight fight that nearly lasted the whole night.
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Fury’s career record was 31-0. Wilder dropped to 42-2.
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