How It All Happened In The MGM Arena: Tyson Fury Wins Against Deontay Wilder

Deontay Wilder lost the first fight of his professional career to the British born professional boxer, “The Gypsy King”, Tyson Fury, who finished him in the 7th round of the bout.

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The match started with a dramatic entrance by both boxers, Wilder looked more like an Avenger with a mask and a cape whilst the Gypsy King, Tyson Fury made a royal entrance into the ring.

Fury’s entrance
Wilder’s entrance

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Tyson Fury won the much-anticipated rematch against Deontay Wilder on Saturday at thefamous MGM Grand in Las Vegas, and he did it in grand fashion. He promised to win in style and he delivered. Fury didn’t score a one-punch knockout, but did knock Wilder down twice and dominated him until his corner threw in the towel to stop the fight in the seventh round.

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Fury dominated in all seven rounds of the bout, giving Wilder no room to get back to his feet nor re-evaluate his plans. He punished Wilder by making him suffer immensely. He broke his nose, ears. His face, looked very disfigured almost make him hard to recognise. Tyson Fury initially promised to stop Wilder in the second round and that he wanted to ‘taste’ Wilder’s blood and Tyson Fury did this, Literally.

The victory has now given room for a heavyweight unification fight between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua for all the heavyweight belts to cement an undisputed heavyweight championship. Anthony Joshua is already scheduled to face Bulgarian, Kubrat Pulev to defend his WBO, WBA and IBF heavyweight championship in June.

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Tyson Fury now remains the only undefeated heavyweight champion in the current generation.