Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3 official punching stats


Tyson Fury defeated Deontay Wilder in their trilogy fight to retain his WBC and The Ring heavyweight titles at the weekend, and in the aftermath, the full punching statistics have now been revealed.

The bout was truly one to watch with both fighters giving their all and the Gypsy King emerging triumphant in the end, despite tasting the canvas on two separate occasions in round four.

Boxing Scene have now released the full punch statistics from the fight, and they prove that the Brit was the rightful winner in the end, being a lot more active, but also a lot more accurate.

Overall, Fury landed 150 out of the 385 punches he threw (39%).

The most number of punches he threw was 55 in round 10, while the highest he landed was 22 in the ninth round.

Wilder threw 355 punches throughout the fight, but was able to land only 72 of those (20.3%).

Fury landed 36 out of the 117 jabs he threw at Wilder (30.8%) while his opponent managed only 9 out of 102 (8.9%). The Bronze Bomber did not land a single jab in the last three rounds of the fight.

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The Gypsy King landed 42.5% of the power punches he threw (114 out of 268) which was a lot compared to Wilder's 24.7% (63 out of 255).

While Wilder put up a fight, Fury dominated him in every department and was the rightful winner.

After the fight, the Bronze Bomber refused to shake his opponent's hand as he still believes he cheated in the second bout. Fury went on to call Wilder a sore loser and an idiot for his lack of sportsmanship.

The Bronze Bomber was later taken to hospital for routine checkups and his trainer Malik Scott has since revealed that the American broke his hand.



Following the conclusion of the fight, it will be interesting to see what's next for both fighters.

A bout between Fury and Oleksandr Usyk seems a possibility at some point, unless Anthony Joshua can get revenge in the rematch, but, for now, it looks like it will be Dillian Whyte up next for the Gypsy King.

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