Tyson Fury defeated Deontay Wilder to keep the WBC championship in years of heavyweight competitions

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After the third part of the trilogy between the two boxers, boxing promoter Bob Arum told reporters: “I have been in this business for 57 years, and I have to say that I have never Have seen such a spectacular heavyweight competition.” Conference.

After putting Wilder on the canvas in the third round, Fury found himself on the floor twice in the fourth round.

In a brutal roller coaster battle in front of 15,820 fans, the 33-year-old British regrouped and defeated Wilder in 10th place, before winning the knockout with two huge right hands.

Fury was put on the canvas by Wilder in the fourth round.

“Shooting like this ended his career,” Fury told reporters. “I just hope he is okay. Because he was punished a lot tonight.

“Never doubt me,” Fury said. “When the chips fall, I will always be the same. I give him the glory of victory. He is a strong man-he made some big shots tonight.

“Tonight is a great battle, and any trilogy in history.”

Referee Russell Mora raised an angry arm to celebrate his victory over Wilder

In 2018, Furi and Wilder shared a controversial draw in Los Angeles, after which the Englishman won the seventh round of the knockout in the second game 20 months ago.

“We fought like two fighters there,” said Saturday’s Fighting Anger. “I walked over and shook hands with him and said it was well done, and he was like’No, I don’t respect you.’

“I thought,’How can you say I cheated when you know in your heart that you have been beaten fairly?’

“Is he a serious loser or something?

“But I have acted like a gentleman throughout my career, and this is what I can do.”

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