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Fury Knocks Out Wilder To Retain WBC Title

Fury Knocks Out Wilder To Retain WBC Title

Tyson Fury demolished Deontay Wilder in the 11th round in their heavyweight title in Las Vegas on Sunday morning.

Fury climbed off the canvas twice to win the entertaining fight.

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The British heavyweight star was on the brink of defeat when he was floored twice in the fourth round, but he staged a sensational recovery and dropped Wilder in the 10th before inflicting a crushing knockout to retain his WBC belt.

Fury battered him for six rounds but Wilder would not give in.

Wilder gave his all and more but still couldn’t stop Fury.

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  • Michel 3 years ago

    Congrats fury,Wilder is done.i will advice u to go for usyk ,unify the belts and retire undefeated

    • Usyk is with the belt because of the greed of Anthony Joshua……AJ wants to make enough money with Those belts by using a method called “hold it for me” and prolonging the title unification fight…..Now AJ has to claim back the belts then probably fight another Challenger before negotiation for the title unification fight will even start…….We are talking of another 2years of raking in Millions of dollars for AJ.

  • Is anybody still advising AJ to fight fury? That will be suicide. Fury is best in the market now

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