Tyson Fury is still the world champion after an all-out fight against Deontay Wilder in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The two met in their trilogy fight, and fans were treated to the best contest ever at the T-Mobile Arena.
Wilder started the contest with flying colors and caused Fury all kinds of trouble in the first round.
But Fury grew up in the fight in the second round and in the third round, Fury took a real grip on the fight and knocked his opponent to the ground.
From that point on, it looked like it was going to be more one-sided than the second fight, but knockout artist Wilder responded phenomenally by putting Fury on the canvas in the fourth round and soon after, the Gypsy King. found itself again on the web.
And with the Englishman looking prone to his first defeat, he managed to get back on his feet and show true champion spirit.
From there, Fury took to the fight and showed his true class.
The rest of the fight followed a similar pattern as Fury towered over his American opponent, but a resilient Wilder kept coming and was still a threat.
But Fury was knocked out in the 11th round and was just deserved as he established himself as one of the greats in the sport.
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