Tyson Fury's trainer SugarHill Steward posts video of his view of Deontay Wilder knockout


It has now been over 24 hours since Tyson Fury knocked out Deontay Wilder in one of the most entertaining heavyweight bouts of this generation.

There’s no denying that the aftermath of the fight was going to dominate headlines and the internet for the next week or so, and last night, Fury’s trainer gave fans another view of the devastating knockout that ended it all.

SugarHill Steward took to Twitter to give his followers an exclusive look at the ringside view he had of his client’s 11th round knockout.

Safe to say that the right hook looks a whole lot better from Steward’s angle. You can also tell just how elated they were when it happened, no doubt the events of round four still playing in their minds.

Fury was dropped on two separate occasions earlier on in the fight, so when he did eventually manage to drop the American once and for all, it was a huge moment of relief for his camp.

You can see the video below.

Steward was appointed as Fury’s head trainer in December 2019 before his second bout with Wilder and he has not looked back since.

He has now led the Gypsy King to another momentous victory and picked up his first heavyweight title defence as a head coach.

In an interview with Boxing Social after the fight, Steward spoke on what his game plan was for Fury during the fight.

"I just wanted [Fury] to box. You know he boxed and, to get the knockout! He got the knockout and he boxed [Wilder] in the later rounds but yeah, pretty much two things, box and knockout."



Fury and Steward notably showed up to the post-fight press conference shirtless, while each of them held one of the Gypsy King’s heavyweight title belts.

Now, Steward will have his sights set on training Fury for an even bigger bout with huge title implications.

Stay tuned for what’s next for Fury and Steward...

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