The British boxing heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury has for the second time in two years, defeated his American opponent, Tyson Fury to become one of the sport’s best fighters.
Fury stopped Wilder in round 11 with a knockout to retain the WBC Heavyweight title.
Fury landed a big right and then a left hook to the body before a big punch sends Wilder down again, and that was it.
Fury outclassed and outperformed the former champion in their third clash in three years at the TMobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA early Sunday, October 10, 2021.
It was Tyson’s first defense of the title he won in February 2020 after he knocked out Wilder in the 7 of the scheduled 12 rounds bout in their second fight.
Fury dropped Wilder in the third round after he landed a heavy punch on his challenger but Wilder returned in the fourth round and dropped the champion twice.
Fury knocked Wilder down again on round 10 but Wilder returned and almost delivered the same to Fury who was saved by the bell.