September 25 is fast approaching and the match between heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua and Ukrainian Challenger Oleksandr Usyk is already at hand, while many boxing fans around the world expect this to be an easy win for Anthony Joshua to knock out Usyk. But it wouldn't be such an easy task, because Usyk isn't a weak opponent either and there is a possibility that he may even beat Anthony Joshua.
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Tyson Fury has revealed what Deontay Wilder said to him after the knockout. Early on Sunday morning, Tyson Fury knocks out Deontay Wilder to retain the WBC title. Wilder gave Fury two huge shots and it looked like the American man had beaten the British man before Fury came back and dominated.
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.
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Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder are set to face each other again for the third time on October 9, and the pairs from the previous two meetings have already generated numerous records. Fury remains the world's tallest champion, as overseen by the World Boxing Council (WBC), at 2.06 meters.
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.
A few hours ago, American Boxer and former WBC heavyweight champion of the world Deontay Leshun Wilder just sparked countless reactions and controversies on social media as he openly reveals his proud Nigerian heritage. The popular boxer who has been under severe criticisms by fans for allegedly saying that he wants a body on his record which is another way of saying that he wants to kill an opponent in the ring, outrightly told his fans that he is an Edo man.
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Deontay Wilder failed to regain his WBC heavyweight title, after another defeat to holder Tyson Fury. The American was knocked out in the 11th by Tyson Fury in a thrilling contest in Las Vegas in the early hour of Sunday. The defeat means, Wilder has now lost two and drew one against Fury, who preserved his unbeaten records in the division.
Photos credit: Getty Images Deontay Wilder's dream of joining an elitist league of heavyweight champions who regained their titles after losing it failed last Saturday night after he lost to his perennial rival, Tyson Fury. Before a mammoth crowd at the T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas in the wee hours of Saturday, Wilder fell short once again as he tried to regain the title he lost to his British opponent 20 months ago.
After 2 consecutive defeats, Wilder wasn't giving up as he asked the WBC and lineal heavyweight champion for a trilogy. Fury accepted the fight and did what he does best. The fight took place at the T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. Fury received lot of encouragements from celebrities including Drake before the fight and showed why he was called the Gypsy king.
Deontay Wilder, has lost the WBC world heavyweight title again for good, following his 11th-round defeat to the Gypsy King, Tyson Fury, by way of knockout. Going into the fight, there were different predictions from different quarters about the possible outcome, with many backing the American to overturn the table and reclaim his title.
The fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder held at the T.Mobile Arena on Sunday, October 9th 2021. Tyson Fury knocked out Deontay Wilder in the eleventh round, thus retaining his WBC and heavyweight championship in what happened to be the last fight of the trilogy between both boxers.
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.
An interview video displayed on YouTube by FightHype showing an interview with Tyson Fury after Anthony Joshua's defeat to Oleksandr Usyk, and what the British WBC heavyweight champion said made me realize that he was very different from Anthony Joshua in every way. During the course of the interview, Tyson remarked on how badly Anthony Joshua performed throughout the 12 rounds, his comments made me realize that he was different beast from Anthony Joshua.
Tyson Fury retains his WBC Heavyweight Championship after an 11th round Knockout against Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas. In a fight that lived up to its hype, "The Gypsy King" made it three straight victories against Deontay Wilder, cementing his place as one of the All-time Greats.
British heavyweight boxer, Tyson Fury defeated Deontay Wilder in a title fight in Las Vegas to retain his WBC heavyweight title. Fury recovered from a little setback during the fight after he was knocked down twice in the fourth round of the epic encounter to finally knock the American out in the 11th round.
According to the report released today, October 11, 2021 by DAILY POST, Dillian Whyte has asked the WBC to force Tyson Fury to fight him next. Dillian Whyte Photo Credit: DAILY POST Furthermore, Whyte has endured a lengthy wait for a shot at the belt and he said that the WBC should give Fury “no choice” but to accept a mandatory title fight, adding that Wilder has the chance to fight him for three years but he didn't, according to the report.