Moments ago Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder were part of an iconic boxing trilogy at the T-Mobile Arena.
The fight lasted for 11 rounds until Fury got the knockout win over Wilder. It was a great back and forth between two of the best heavyweights of this era.
Tyson Fury knocked down Deontay Wilder in round 3 and it seemed that he would repeat what he did in the rematch. But, Deontay Wilder shocked the fans in the arena by securing two huge knockdowns in the fourth round. Fury was clearly hurt and it seemed Wilder would get the job done in the coming rounds.
However, Tyson Fury persevered and dominated Wilder in the later rounds. Though Wilder showed incredible heart and had some moments it was not enough as Fury won the trilogy with a devastating knockout.
Following the fight, Tyson Fury showed his respect for Deontay Wilder and called him the second-best heavyweight in the world. But, The Gypsy King was certainly pissed as Wilder did not want to show sportsmanship following the KO loss.
Not only him Paris Fury also seemed frustrated with Deontay Wilder after the fight as she made some bold comments about the former WBC heavyweight champion.
Tyson Fury’s wife, Paris Fury did acknowledge the toughness shown by Wilder in the fight. But she trashed Wilder’s boxing skills and said Wilder should quit boxing. She stated:
“It looked like he would go at any point for about three rounds he looked like he should have knocked out there. But, obviously, he’s a tough man. but, he ain’t tough enough. Three times now. Maybe he’ll shut up now. Go home go to bed. Let him go and do something else. Do something else that he’s good at. He ain’t good at boxing clearly.”
Paris Fury calls the fourth round in Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder trilogy horrific
The fourth round of the fight was nerve-wrecking for Paris Fury who had to watch her husband got knocked down twice by brutal punches from Deontay Wilder. She reacted to those knockdowns and stated:
“Anybody who was a fan was nerve wrecked in that fight. Imagine what the wife feels like. It’s terrification. There’s no good. It’s not nice to watch. It’s horrible. Horrible horrible situation.”
Though Wilder has lost twice to Fury it should not mean he should retire from boxing. He has lost to arguably the best boxer of this era right now and he can still be a dominant force against the likes of Anthony Joshua, Andy Ruiz Jr, and Oleksander Usyk.
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