WHAT. A. FINISH.
In a fight that easily could’ve gone either way, it was the Gypsy King who dealt the killer blow to finally send the American tumbling down for good.
Having closed out the trilogy in enthralling fashion, Fury will undoubtedly remember that knockout for years to come.
Wilder may have beaten the count in other instances over the course of the fight, but the Alabama native simply couldn’t stop Fury from delivering on his promise of a knockout.
Fury had to stay patient, and as Wilder’s legs began to get more weary as the end of the bout approached, that’s when the Gypsy King pounced and said goodnight to his American counterpart.
The knockout was coming at some point, and there was simply no way that this fight was going to the scorecards. Fury just kept throwing punches, knowing that one of them was lights out.
Despite a warrior’s performance from Wilder, he just couldn’t match the sheer dominance that Fury has in the boxing ring.
To get knocked down twice in the same round and then bounce back and win via knockout is something truly special, and Tyson Fury has every right to bask in the glory of having beaten Deontay Wilder once again.
It is safe to say that boxing fans across the globe will be rewatching that right hook not only for the rest of the day, but also for many, many weeks to come.
In arguably the most entertaining fight this year, Fury and Wilder really put on quite the show for the world to watch.News Now - Sport News