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Fury knockout Wilder, retains his WBC title

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Tyson Fury retained his WBC heavyweight title after knocking out Deontay Wilder in the eleventh round.
The Gypsy King appeared to be on his way to winning the third round after knocking out Wilder twice. The bell, on the other hand, saved Wilder.
In a stunning twist, Deontay Wilder knocked Fury down twice in the fourth round.
After being dominated from the opening bell in the previous contest, Wilder started smartly and aggressively this time, throwing rapid punches to the body while looking for huge overhand rights upstairs.
Fury, on the other hand, remained composed and scored a crunching right in the last seconds of the round.
Midway through the third, Fury landed a powerful right to the temple, knocking Wilder to the ground.
Fury hits with a body shot and then a left hook to the head with quick feet.
Early on, Wilder went in strong and fast, and despite showing signs of exhaustion, he still delivered a powerful swing right to Fury’s face. Wilder rose to meet the count, but he was exhausted and only made it until the bell rang.
The battle was turned around by Wilder’s incredible shot in the fourth round. Fury has been knocked down twice by pure force from his right. Fury’s domination had faded, and the champion collapsed in the last seconds of the round, only to rise and continue the fight.
Wilder came out swinging in the fifth with those monster rights, but it was Fury who hit the more telling shots, with the challenger expending energy whenever he missed.
Wilder’s spectacular fourth-round blow, though, turned the fight around, sending Fury to the ground for the second time in his career.
Fury’s domination had faded, and the champion collapsed in the last seconds of the round, only to rise and continue the fight.
Wilder came out smoking in the fifth with the powerful right shots, but it was Fury who hit the more telling shots, with the challenger expending energy whenever he missed.
Fury regained his composure and, having established a commanding lead on the scorecards, shocked Wilder with a massive uppercut in the seventh round.
Shots that had stunned Fury early in the fight were now bouncing off Wilder’s head, and the champion appeared exhausted.
Wilder showed his strength by catching Fury in the ninth inning, but he didn’t have the energy to follow up.

Fury takes a step back before stepping up a gear and landing a pair of massive blows that have Wilder wobbling again, but he musters enough energy to hit a late uppercut before the bell.

The crowd erupts once more, but Wilder rises to his feet and declares that he is fit to continue. He is permitted by the referee.

Fury lands an uppercut, but Wilder springs to life and finishes strong with a few well-placed punches.

A few moments later, his courageous challenge came to an end, with another shuddering shot to the temple putting an end to the contest.

Fury hit a massive right and then a left hook to the body in the eleventh round, sending Wilder down again. Wilder collapses and is unable to continue.
Tyson Fury finally wins the incredible battle by knocking out his opponent in the 11th round.

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