Britain’s Tyson Fury (31-0-1, 22 KO) won the 11th round by knockout against American Dionde Wilder (42-2-1, 41 KO) and defended the WBC World title in boxing heavyweight. The fight took place in Las Vegas.
The fight had a very interesting course, with Wilder counting in the third round, and Fury on the boards twice in the fourth round. And only Kong for the break saved him from defeat. In the 10th match Wilder found himself in the ring again, the next match he fell again, with referee Russell Mora finishing the fight.
The beginning did not refer to such a solution because it was The American boxer was on the attacking side, he hit a lot of body, and his rival defended himself. Wilder still dominated the third matchBut, at one point Fury hit the American in the ear with his right hand, and he fell down.
Then the characters turn upside down and a European boxer is in trouble, but Wilder doesn’t have time to knock him down. After a one-minute pause, the challenger wanted to finish the match early, but Fury efficiently escaped the crisis as he struggled for a clinic, In which he used his weight advantage (at the official ceremony he was 125.6 kg, and Wilder 107.9 kg) and thus weakened his opponent.
Halfway through the fight he was contracted for 12 rounds Wilder was very tired and almost tired in the next few minutes. During the break between the seventh and eighth rounds, the judge asked the doctor to assess Wilder’s health. The American boxer may have struggled, but Fury’s advantage increased. Unexpectedly, Wilder jumped at the end of the attack. He showed that he was still dangerous and could only take one dangerous blow.
In the 10th match, Fury faced the right cheek and the number of knockouts was a draw (two to two), however the WBC belt defender was much better.. The clash ended in the 11th round. Mora no longer has to count Wilder.
Fury and Wilder crossed the gloves for the third time. At the end of 2018, a draw was announced, and in February 2020, Britain won by a technical knockout in the seventh round.
Fury is a World Boxing Council champion who, two weeks ago, won points with a Ukrainian, Alexander Uzzyk, Britain’s Anthony Joshua, and he holds WBO, WBA and IBF titles.
In the gala in Las Vegas, Adam Cavanaugh (20-2, 15 KO) lost to Finn Robert Helinius (31-3, 20 KO) for the second time in his career. The fight was interrupted in the sixth round.
In another bout, two-time Olympic gold medalist Rafizi Ramirez (8-1, 4 KOs) defeated Puerto Rican Orlando Gonzalez Ruiz (17-1, 10 KOs).
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