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Watch: Deontay Wilder Almost Finishes Tyson Fury With Two Knockdowns in the Fourth Round of the Trilogy

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Tyson Fury v Deontay Wilder - WBC Heavyweight Title

Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder went head to head against each other for the third time at Las Vegas in the T-Mobile Arena. Fight fans were highly excited because of the intense rivalry between these two heavyweight stalwarts. Subsequently, this intense rivalry was also translated in their trilogy fight as they traded blow for blow in the initial rounds.

After some extraordinary display of skill and heart by both fighters, Tyson Fury emerged victorious as he won the fight via knockout in the eleventh round of this trilogy fight.

In the first round of this trilogy fight, Wilder aggressively pushed forward and landed some body shots on Fury. However, the Gypsy King dominated the second round as he landed some good combination. But things heated up in the third round as the British boxer landed some big shots. Consequently, Fury dropped Wilder with a good combination of punches 

Although The Bronze Bomber got up before the referee’s ten counts and continued fighting. He somehow managed to survive the third round as he clinched towards Fury. After watching the third round, one would expect that Wilder would get knocked out in the next couple of rounds.

Deontay Wilder almost knocks out Tyson Fury in the Fourth Round

However, to everyone’s surprise, Wilder displayed why he is one of the most dangerous heavyweight fighter in the world as he almost finished Tyson Fury in the fourth round. The former champion landed a big right hand to drop Fury. Although Tyson Fury quickly got up and things appeared to have neutralised. The Bronze Bomber riding on his momentum dropped Tyson Fury again with a strong punch. 

Fury showed great resolve as he stood once again and survived a great scare. Following this epic moment, fans in the arena were buzzing as they could not believe what they were witnessing.

Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3

Surprisingly, the momentum shifted to Fury’s favour as he made an incredible comeback and dominated the rest of the fight. He landed some hard-hitting shots on Wilder but the former champion showcase immense heart and courage as he dug out and survived the next six rounds. However, Deontay Wilder was completely tired and suffered a lot of damage. Consequently, Tyson Fury finished the fight in the eleventh round as he knocked out Wilder. With this victory, the Gypsy King has successfully defended his title for the first time after winning it in 2020.

In the end, this was a remarkable fight and both fighters fought like warriors and the fans present in the arena witnessed absolute carnage.