Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder engaged in one of the most brutal trilogy fights in the history of combat sports. Fury and Wilder traded tremendous blows with each other to deliver a spectacular fight for everyone watching this fight. Both the heavyweights showed immense courage and grit to overcome severe adversities during the fight.
In the end, The Gypsy King proved too much for The Bronze Bomber as he knocked him out in the eleventh round of the fight. With this victory, Fury has successfully defended his WBC heavyweight title for the first time after winning it in February 2020. Speaking about this fight, there were several intense moments that had every fight fan grab the edge of their seats.
While Tyson Fury dominated most of the fight, Deontay Wilder also had his moments where it looked like he would reclaim his title and avenge his loss. The former champion started strongly but suffered a knockdown in the third round of the fight. It appeared as if the fight was coming to an end with Fury claiming another one-sided victory.
But that didn’t seem to be the case as Wilder made a stunning comeback in the next round. He almost knocked Tyson Fury out as he dropped him twice in the fourth round. Although The Gypsy King got up and continued fighting. Thereafter it was just Fury who dominated the rest of the rounds. In the end, he delivered a final blow as he knocked Wilder out in the 11th round of the trilogy fight.
Tyson Fury calls Deontay Wilder a sore loser in his post-fight interview
After the end of an epic trilogy fight, Tyson Fury went to Deontay Wilder and had a conversation with him. In the post-fight interview, the interviewer asked the Gypsy King about the conversation he had with Wilder moments after winning the fight.
To which Fury responded, “I said well done and he said, I don’t want to show any sportsmanship or respect. I said no problem.” Thereafter Steve Bruce questioned him whether he was surprised by hearing Deontay’s response. Fury claimed that he was surprised and called Wilder an idiot for his lack of sportsmanship after losing the fight.
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The British boxer said that “Very surprised, a sore loser, an idiot. He also added, “Do you know what to be a good fighting man, you gotta show some respect and he couldn’t do it tonight and that was it.
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