Tyson Fury knocking out Deontay Wilder caught on fan footage at ringside


The epic trilogy fight between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury ended with the Gypsy King sending the Bronze Bomber to the canvas in the 11th round and retaining his WBC heavyweight title in the process, as well as remaining undefeated.

Since it was a fight labelled 'Once And For All', both competitors gave their best in the ring, and that was evident when both men were sent to the floor by their opponent. Wilder tumbled first in the third, before Fury tasted the mat himself TWICE in round four.

The American fell to the floor once more in the 10th, and then for a third and final time one round later.

The fight started with Wilder's aggressive body shots landing on Fury, followed by the Brit coming back with a few deadly right overheads of his own.

With the momentum shifting towards Fury, Wilder was trying to keep himself in the fight, and that's when he struck in round four.

Despite the two knockdowns, Fury never lost his momentum and didn't look at all worried about what had happened.

Although Wilder tried his very best to see it out until the end, a dangerous right to his ear and chin ended the fight.

The decisive blow looked great on TV for the millions watching around the world, but it looked even better from ringside, as the below footage shows.

The punches preceding Fury's knockout clearly showed his domination, as Wilder tried his best to stay on his feet and in the fight. Despite that, what remained the highlight was how brutal the knockout punch was.

Reacting to some of the ringside footage that has since emerged, the fans believed that it was an amazing angle to see the knockout live.

One fan said: "Jeez! There’s something a bit more primal about seeing it from that angle."

Some fans also reacted to the intensity of the punch, as one fan said: "Whewwww it hit differently in real-time." Another said: "Left-right good night."



Speaking to the crowd following the victory, Fury said: "I know you had your hearts in your mouth, but don't ever doubt me when the chips are down.

"I'll pray for Deontay Wilder."

This seemed to be true as Fury now has an impressive record of 32 wins and one draw, which indeed makes him 'The Lord Of The Heavyweight Ring."

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