All eyes were on Las Vegas on Saturday night for this much anticipated rematch. After an epic matchup back in 2018, Wilder-Fury finally took place. Both men came in heavier than their previous fight. Deontay Wilder jumped from 212 to 231 pounds. Tyson Fury went from 252 to 271 pounds. From the beginning of the fight, Fury was the aggressor and went right after Wilder. On my card, Fury took the first round seeing Wilder was backing away from Fury. The second round saw Deontay Wilder become more aggressive and land some amazing shots on Tyson Fury. For me, Wilder took round 2 which evened the fight heading into the second round.
Heading into the 3rd round tied, Tyson Fury went into attack mode. Fury dominated Wilder and had him backtracking throughout the 3rd round. Fury kept pouring it in Wilder and it seems like he even busted his eardrum. Wilder was bleeding from his ear, which is never a good sign. In the 7th round, Fury continued to hit Wilder with effective shots. While pouring on the punches in the corner, Wilder’s corner called the fight. Tyson Fury was declared the winner by TKO in the 7th round. Fury goes to 30-0 and became the new WBC Heavyweight Champion. Deontay Wilder loses his first fight and drops to 42-1-1. Coming into this fight, there was a possibility that this could become a trilogy. Since Wilder lost the fight, he can demand a rematch. After this matchup, should we get a rematch? Would you want to see a rematch? Should Fury target Anthony Joshua to unify the belts? Tyson Fury dominate Wilder on his way to victory.
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