Tyson Fury Becomes WBC Title Holder By Defeating Deontay Wilder

Tyson Fury has won the WBC title by defeating Deontay Wilder in their rematch which took place in Las Vegas on Saturday night.

Both boxers had their first bout back in December 2018. The game ended in a draw despite Fury getting knocked down twice by Wilder.

However, Fury came back to show dominance in the second bout right from the opening round which saw him land Wilder a punch that made him lose balance.

An uppercut and a jab really hit Wilder hard that he had to tie with Fury. Immediately they were separated, Fury followed him with a jab that landed him on the ground.

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Wilder survived the round and moved to the fourth on shaky legs to get knocked down again in the fifth by Fury who charged aggressively as he promised to do.

Wilder’s camp had to throw in the towel in the seventh round when their man couldn’t stand Fury’s dominance

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