Er ist nach 31 Kämpfen als Profiboxer noch ungeschlagen. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben; 2 Amateurkarriere; 3. Der Boxkampf zwischen Deontay Wilder und Tyson Fury wird in Deutschland nicht live im 1. Dezember , Staples Center, Los Angeles, Tyson Fury (GBR). Tyson Fury ist wieder Weltmeister! Nach einer fulminanten Vorstellung in Las Vegas gegen Deontay Wilder erobert der Jährige den Weltmeister-Gürtel der.
Boxen: Deontay Wilder und Tyson Fury liefern endlich wieder einen Grund, den Wecker zu stellenEr ist nach 31 Kämpfen als Profiboxer noch ungeschlagen. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben; 2 Amateurkarriere; 3. Rückkampf zwischen Fury und Wilder wegen Corona verlegt. Tinte trocken: Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder am 1. Dezember. Der Boxkampf zwischen Deontay Wilder und Tyson Fury wird in Deutschland nicht live im 1. Dezember , Staples Center, Los Angeles, Tyson Fury (GBR).
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One thing I've always been taught in boxing is if you go down, you have to make sure the referee knows you're OK to continue because at the end of the day, that's the referee's job: to take the safety of both fighters into account.
When the fight resumed, Wilder went into all-out attack mode in an effort to finish Fury, cornering him and landing several heavy shots.
But Fury survived and roared back, even stunning Wilder with a right hand. Fury seemed to have cleared the cobwebs from the knockdown, as he was bouncing on his toes and even put his hands behind his back and taunted Wilder with 80 seconds left.
As the second warning sounded, Fury was bouncing up and down, and Wilder missed with a big right hand and a left hook at the final bell. They each raised their arms, believing they had won.
Fury climbed the ring post, Wilder hugged Deas, and Wilder and Fury eventually had a long embrace before the scores were read.
Davison: I know that Wilder's a formidable finisher, so I'm assessing Tyson and trying to take every little detail in that I can in that last round.
I remember a massive left hook landing, and I thought, "Oh, do I need to take action here? Deas: Deontay hit him with some shots and backed him up to the ropes and threw an overhand right, and it missed by mere centimeters.
It wasn't that Fury dodged it. It was just that Deontay was just a hair -- and I mean a hair -- short on the punch. If it had landed, Fury would have fallen right on his face, and it would have been over.
Fury: The referee was nowhere near stopping the fight. I wasn't hurt. I wasn't hurt at all. Even when he caught me, after he knocked me down, I wasn't shook up.
I wasn't even hurt. It was like I was bulletproof. The shots were ricocheting off me. Davison: I remember shouting out to Tyson and saying, "Grab hold of him.
Whatever the ref's doing, it doesn't matter. Do not let him go! Deas: Deontay missed the shot, and Fury grabbed him, and when he grabbed him, I thought, "Man, there went our moment.
We were on the verge of finishing this thing, but now he's found a way to get through this moment. I thought a real significant moment was that moment right there.
Wilder: I didn't know how much time was on the clock. We were just giving them a show. I'm finishing strong, as I was instructed.
Reiss: Any time there's a hard knockdown, where I believe a guy has taken a good shot, when they get up, I change my distance. I stay very close to the action so I can jump in because the percentages are the guy is going to get knocked out.
So if you watch it again, you'll see that instead of being 5, 6 feet away, I was right on top of the action. I wasn't thinking about stopping it.
Fury was in full control of his body. He was blocking shots. When a fighter is in trouble, he can do a bunch of things.
He can run, hold, take a knee, fight back, bob and weave. The best thing a guy can do for me is run to get the buzz out of his head.
If a guy doesn't have his legs, I want him to hold. Tyson moved and held. That told me he was totally conscious of what was going on and trying to survive.
Guess what? Twenty or 30 seconds later, Wilder was out of gas from punching him. Deas: Once Fury did the thing with his hands behind his back, I thought that was completely a mind thing, trying to convince Deontay he was back when I didn't think he was back.
I thought we still had a chance for a knockout, but every moment that goes by, Fury is getting a little more clear-headed, in particular when he started firing back.
When he's kind of punching between Deontay's punches and somehow is regaining his senses to the point where he's problem-solving, which is the thing you look for with somebody in that situation.
I'm thinking I know we got a here. I know we got a in the ninth. I thought we won the early rounds. I felt really good about it.
I thought this was more cementing a victory than salvaging a draw. Fury: I remember hitting him with some good shots in Round I had him shook up, and that's it.
The bell sounded, and I immediately ran around the ring celebrating because me and probably the rest of the world thought I won the fight.
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Found the story interesting? Like us on Facebook to see similar stories. I'm already a fan, don't show this again. But Fury, who at pounds was at nearly the heaviest of his career and And Fury celebrated in the ring following his postfight television interview by leading the crowd in singing Don McLean's famed "American Pie.
Wilder, whose ear was bleeding during the fight, was expected to be taken to the hospital but instead was examined by a doctor in the dressing room and did not need to go the hospital, co-manager Shelly Finkel told ESPN.
Finkel said Wilder, who did not attend the postfight news conference, received a few stitches for a cut inside his ear and needed considerable time to produce a sample for Voluntary Anti-Doping Association collectors.
Things like this happen," Wilder said. I had a lot of things going on heading into this fight. It is what it is, but I make no excuses tonight.
I just wish my corner would have let me go out on my shield. Wilder trainer Jay Deas said co-trainer Mark Breland threw in the towel.
It was a decision that Deas said he didn't agree with. I didn't think he should have," Deas said. He will tell you straight up -- don't throw the towel in.
The bout was a far different one than when the fighters squared off in December in Los Angeles. Then, Fury outboxed Wilder for long stretches, but Wilder knocked Fury down in the ninth round and seemingly knocked him out with a brutal combination in the 12th round that Fury somehow survived.
In the end, the judges ruled it a split draw: Fury, Wilder and Both men called for an immediate rematch, but each took a pair of interim bouts and won to set up the massively anticipated sequel.
This time, Wilder , 41 KOs , 34, of Tuscaloosa, Alabama, came nowhere near doing the kind of damage he did to Fury the first time, nor did Fury , 21 KOs , 31, bother to box.
Wilder back on his feet. Wilder definitely hurt. Fury 30, Tyson Referee warning both fighters to keep it clean. Wilder hits the canvas! And Fury hits Wilder with another punishing shot to the body.
Fury putting on a clinic here. Wilder looking understandably cautious. Fury 40, Wilder Fury delivers again!
Big right hand and more to follow. Wilder unsteady. Fury chopping away with his right hand. Wilder looks to be loading up.
Wilder down again! Body shot takes him down! Survives the 10 count but looks unstable. You know better than ex boxers? Teddy Atlas said Fury won too.
That's a fight for Fury minus 2 points for the knockdowns. So 7 rounds for Fury and 5 for Wilder. Fury definitely won rounds 3 and