The most anticipated boxing match of the year between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder, may have come and gone but there are many takeaways from the bout. In this article, we will talk about the 6 mistakes Deontay Wilder made, that handed him his second career loss;
The heavyweight class of boxing is filled with superb talents who have what it takes to make an opponent afraid and tremble in the ring. Be it their huge physique or stamina, amazing athletism or power. A week ago, the boxing world saw the rise of a new champion that gave a shocking defeat to the defending champion, Anthony Joshua.
Opinion: Anthony Joshua Should Accept Tyson Fury's Offer To Train Him For Free In Order To Beat Usyk
Over the past few weeks, The former unified heavyweight boxing champion of the world and the most hyped/respected boxer that anyone would almost admire met with a crushing defeat at the hands of Ukrainian boxer Oleksandr Usyk. This fight was something that shook the boxing world because many boxing experts and fans thought that it would be a walk in the park for him.
Deontay Wilder is an American professional boxer who holds the WBC heavyweight title after making 10 successful defenses in his boxing career. While Tyson Fury is a British professional boxer and a two-time world heavyweight champion, he holds the WBC and the Ring magazine titles since defeating Deontay Wilder in 2020.
The second loss of Anthony's career came almost like a shock to many fans in the boxing world and like a ripple across the ocean, some people are still feeling even though they believe that the number 3 heavyweight in the world should have done better. While nobody can be fully blamed for the loss and Anthony Joshua has responded that his loss was an opportunity to get better, so there is also a possibility that we would get the chance to see him perform again.
Current Boxing heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury has blasted American professional boxer Deontay Wilder for refusing to shake or embrace him after their heavyweight match at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on October 9 2021. British Boxer Tyson Fury defeated his American opponent Deontay Wilder in the 11th round of their latest bout.
Tyson Fury proved he's the best heavyweight boxer in the world, and among the top pound-for-pound fighters, with an emphatic knockout win over Deontay Wilder in the 11th round of the WBC title fight on Saturday night. Both fighters gave the match their all and this match already have many boxing fans saying it is a classic.
Deontay Wilder sustained a broken hand in his heavyweight title clash against Tyson Fury in Las Vegas which will put him out on the sidelines till next year. According to his co-manager Shelly Finkel he was quoted saying "Deontay broke his right hand behind the third knuckle and he has to have that fixed next week.
As the trilogy between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury draws nearer this weekend, many boxing fans are anticipating that this may not end well in Deontay Wilder's favor but while he seems unconcerned as the odds are stacked against him. An unexpected help once came from an unlikely ally, Floyd Mayweather although this was welcomed by most fans but sadly Wilder turned him down.
Deontay wilder called out Ukrainian boxer Oleksandr Usyk in a YouTube video by AkhiTv, saying that he would like to battle him for undisputed after he completes the trilogy fight with Tyson Fury which comes up in the next two days. While it is impossible to say who would win this upcoming fight, there is no doubt that Deontay wilder will dominate and probably beat Usyk.
Another sensational heavyweight fight is coming up soon, the 9th of October will see British WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury defending his title against American boxer Deontay Leshun Wilder. This upcoming fight will be the third time that these heavyweight beasts will be facing each other. While there are many speculations who would actually win this fight, some boxing fans are saying that Deontay wilder will probably take down the only man that has made him incur a loss in his entire professional career.
Opinion: Deontay Wilder Should Really Learn How To Box, If He Wants To Beat Tyson Fury In The Future
The most anticipated Trilogy Fight Of the decade has finally been decided with American boxer Deontay Leshun wilder losing to British WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, the battle between the both of them is regarded as the fight of the decade as many fans were excited to see two of the best heavyweights in the world giving an impressive display of skill and power.
Image credit: telegram.co.uk Forget the literary device, history was made and the game of boxing match may never witness something like this again. Tyson Fury gave Deontay Wilder his first career defeat and again, he has done to him what may likely be the end of his boxing era.
Ahead of the most anticipated heavyweight clash between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder today at the Las Vegas, the Briton boxer has made an unrealistic offer to British-born Nigerian fighter Anthony Joshua ahead of his rematch against Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk next year February. Recall that Anthony Joshua couple of weeks ago lost his IBF, WBO, WBA and IBO belts to Oleksandr Usyk at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on unanimous decision which was his second ever defeat in his professional career.
Tyson Fury made his first title defense of his WBC Heavyweight Title in Las Vegas by knocking out Deontay Wilder in the 11th round. The fight was a memorable showdown that saw 5 knockdowns during the course of the fight, with Tyson Fury knocking down Deontay Wilder 3 times while Deontay Wilder knocked down Tyson Fury twice in the same round.
It is no longer news that Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury fight which was slated to happen in July 2021 has been postponed indefinitely. When Anthony Joshua realised this, he was not happy because he had trained a lot for this fight and he is very positive he would win Tyson Fury.
It was absolutely crushing for former WBC heavyweight champion Deontay wilder to have lost to the same man twice in his entire career, while he put up quite a fight and showed the world that he deserves to be amongst the greatest boxers of all time. His recent post about his loss to Tyson Fury could probably be the last we may hear of him.
Can Wilder Rewrite History As He Fights Tyson Fury On Trilogy Boxing Championship Come October 9, 2021?
As the long-expected trilogy fight between the American Bronze bomber Deontay Wilder and the British World Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury, which was bid for July 24th 2021, and was postponed to October 9 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, because Tyson Fury contracted "Covid 19" and was reported to have taken the Vaccine.
The sport of boxing has seen to the rise of some of the it's greatest talents in the both the 20th and 21st century. But two of them stand above the rest in terms of power and speed, these two boxers are amongst the most deadliest fighters in the ring, both of them famous for their aggressive style of boxing as they always try to put pressure on their opponents, and intimidate them with pure ferociousness and animalistic athletic power.
American fighter, Deontay Wilder, has reacted to his trilogy heavyweight fight defeat against British boxer, Tyson Fury, Newspremises reports. Reacting to his brutal knockout defeat on Sunday morning, Deontay disclosed that, he ‘wasn’t good enough’ against Fury. He was knocked down in the third, 10th and 11th rounds as he failed to avenge his 2020 defeat to Fury at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, USA