Tyson Fury Knocked Out Deontay Wilder in the 11th Round

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SJ - October 10, 2021

Tyson Fury entered Saturday night's fight with Deontay Wilder as the WBC heavyweight champion and left a champion after 11 rounds.  The third meeting between the two boxers ended in a knockout.

Both men were knocked down multiple times throughout the fight, the third and final time that Wilder hit the canvas ended the fight.  Fury turned the lights out momentarily with a big right hand to end it.

A knockout is a decisive way to end a trilogy.  Fury adds that to his unbeaten record and a split draw and a TKO win over Wilder in their first two fights.

Wilder can talk all the trash he wants there are no doubts about who the better boxer is.


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