Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3 LIVE RESULTS: Fury WINS with brutal K.O after BOTH men dropped in thriller – latest
10th October 2021

TYSON FURY has stopped Deontay Wilder with an 11th round K.O in a brutal thriller to conclude their heavyweight trilogy.

In a truly incredible third round, Fury dropped Wilder before being dropped TWICEhimself.

Fury roared: "Like the great John Wayne said I am made from pig iron and steel baby!

"I was down a couple of times and hurt and Wilder is a tough man too after he got up a few times too.

"It was a great fight tonight, worthy of any trilogy in the sport, I always said I am the first best and he is second.

"But I went over to show love and respect and he didn’t want it to so I will pray for him."

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    JUMPING FOR JOY

    Just look at the reaction of Tyson Fury's team as Jimmy Lennon Jr announces him as the victor.

     

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    'AN IDIOT'

    Tyson Fury has branded Deontay Wilder a 'sore loser' for not showing any sportsmanship after their 11 round war.

    When asked what he said in their brief post-fight chat, Fury said: "I said, 'Well done.'

    "And he said, 'I don't wanna show any sportsmanship or respect.' I said, 'No problem.'"

    He added: "Very surprised [by] that. Sore loser, an idiot." Do you know what?

    "To be a top fighting man, you've got to show guts and respect and he couldn't do it tonight.

    "And that's it."

     

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    SCORECARDS

    Not that it mattered, but here are the scorecards.

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    'NUMERO UNO'

    Tyson Fury believes he's the greatest heavyweight of the modern era following his second consecutive win over Deontay Wilder.

    He said: "I'm now the greatest heavyweight of my era, without a doubt. No.1, numero uno. Look what I've done.

    "I've came to America my last six fights and fought the most devastating puncher in the history of our sport.

    "Not once, not twice, but three times. Danger, danger man."

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    MORE FROM THE BIG MAN

    "I was made for this s**t. Made for it. Proved time and time again, that I can never be written off.

    "I can never be beat until I'm down and out."

    "I didn't have my best performance, but I pulled it out of the bag when it needed to be done."

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    A SING-SONG UNDERWAY

    A jubilant Tyson Fury breaks into song before singing: Lancashire, lalala. Lancashire, lalala."

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    MORE FROM FURY

    "Don't ever doubt me. When the chips are down, I can always deliver."

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    THE GYPSY KING SPEAKS

    He said: "In the mighty name of Jesus, I won this fight."

    The WBC champ added: "I was down a couple of times, I was hurt."

    Fury, 33, additionally said: "My lord and saviour rose me to my feet.

    "He gave me a real run for my money."

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    A BAG OF EMOTIONS

    Tyson Fury was overcome with emotion after his sensational 11th round stoppage of Deotay Wilder.

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    THE GYPSY KING'S REIGN CONTINUES

    Tyson Fury was pushed to the absolute limit by Deontay Wilder, who entered the fight in his best condition ever.

    But his boxing skill proved to be too much for the American's power and heart.

    First title defence in the books for the Brit, who shows his class by going over to a dejected Wilder's corner to pay his respects.

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    AND STILL

    Tyson Fury has KNOCKED OUT Deontay Wilder in the 11th round of their Las Vegas trilogy, which will go down as one of the best heavyweight fights in recent history.

    What a performance from both men.

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    FURY VS WILDER – ROUND 11

    Fury is boxing smart and not taking any necessary risks after being rocked.

    Wilder gets stung. He's in the corner trying to defend himself.

    And Fury drops his man with a brutal counter right hook.

    THIS FIGHT IS OVER!

     

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    FURY VS WILDER – ROUND 10

    Fury is continuing to find a home for his shots at distance and in the clinch.

    The Gypsy King looks fresh out of ideas in terms of how to get his man out of there.

    But as I say that, he drops Wilder with a vicious right hand. Wilder beats the count and they're back at it.

    Fury going in for the kill, throwing with bad intentions.

    But Wilder battles back, landing a big hook and straight before getting rocked again.

    Wilder rocks Fury with ten seconds to go. The bell goes. What a fight, folks. What a fight.

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    FURY VS WILDER – ROUND 9

    The doctor takes a look at Wilder before the restart, but we're good to go.

    Fury is walking Wilder back and beating him to the punch in every exchange.

    Wilder lands a big one-twoafter coming off the ropes to remind Fury he's still very much in this.

    Fury ups the tempo and landes a three-punch combo that puts Wilder back on the ropes.

    They briefly clinch but a separation is forced by the ref.

    Wilder continues to eat Fury's best shots and somehow is not floored.

    A nasty uppercut lands for Wilder in the clinch.

     

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    FURY VS WILDER – ROUND 8

    Fury was told by his coach Sugarhill Steward to box his way in during the break.

    And that's what the defending champ is trying to do. Fury is pilling on the pressure and completely dominant, bullying Wilder in the clinch and landing hard shots as they break.

    Wilder slips a left hand but gets caught flush with a right seconds land.

    Two huge right hands stagger Wilder, who somehow manages to stay on his feet.

    Wilder is taking a lot of punishment here. Malik Scott should consider throwing in the towel here. Although that could see him lose his job.

    The bell goes and a bloody-mouthed Wilder makes his way back to the corner.

     

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    FURY VS WILDER – ROUND 7

    Wilder makes it to the round in which he was stopped in last February.

    Fury is continuing to pour on the pressure and utilise the clinch.

    A big right hand lands for Fury and draws a huge reaction from the crowd.

    They briefly clinch and Fury lands a nice combo on the break.

    Wilder lands two clean shots but brushes them off.

    A flurry rocks Wilder with a minute to go. Somehow, somehow, he manages to survive.

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    FURY VS WILDER – ROUND 6

    Fury takes the centre of the ring and puts Wilder on the back foot.

    Wilder has completely forgotten about his jab and is going head-hunting.

    Wilder lands a number of shots as Fury tries to clinch, which the Brit eventually gets.

    The ref breaks it up and the pair exchange big heavy shots. What a fight this has transpired to be.

    A sickening Flurry lands for Fury, who seems to have caught a second wind. Wilder is in survival mode and manages to make it to the bell.

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    FURY VS WILDER – ROUND 5

    Wilder is going hell for leather, swinging wildly. Fury is trying to keep the distance with a stiff jab.

    Nasty one-two lands from the champ, who has Wilder in all sorts of trouble.

    Wilder is getting pieced up in the clinch, which he eventually breaks free from.

    He's wobbled Fury AGAIN. The Gypsy King is in survival mode.

    But he's coming back strong and looking to initiate a clinch.

    The bell goes. Close round, but I give Fury the nod.

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    FURY VS WILDER – ROUND 4

    Wilder looks to have got his legs back but is being made to use them by the pressure-heavy Fury.

    Fury is staying tight and touching the Olympian with his jab.

    Fatigue looks to have taken its toll on Wilder, who is on the backfoot

    What a turnaround! Fury gets dropped by Wilder. It was a straight right hand that did the damage.

    They go toe-to-toe and Fury goes down again. Oh my goodness.

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    FURY VS WILDER – ROUND 3

    A nice lead left hook lands for Wilder immediately after the restart.

    Wilder is launching his shots from too far out and eats a counter right for his trouble.

    Fury's counters, as well as his holding, are starting to have an effect on the American.

    Huge right lands for Wilder and they began exchanging power punches.

    Fury wobbles Wilder with a jab but the American continues to come forward.

    They're going toe-to-toe. Fury drops Wilder. Wilder gets back to his feet and is continuing.

    Wilder survives, somehow. Massive round for Fury.

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    FURY VS WILDER – ROUND 2

    Fury takes the centre of the ring early in the second but eats an early jab to the body.

    The Gypsy King puts him on the back foot with a hook cross combo but Wilder regroups.

    Fury walks through another jab to the body and responds with a right hook to the body.

    They clinch with a minute to go in the round but the ref breaks it up.

    They trade straight rand hands, with Wilder land first and Fury second.

    Fury is really trying to make use of his weight advantage by leaning on and tiring the challenger.

    Wilder lands a big right hand just before the end of the round.

    One round apiece.

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    FURY VS WILDER – ROUND 1

    Wilder pumps out consecutive jabs to the body but misses the target.

    The challenger follows up with a 1-2 to the torso before swinging high.

    Fury, however, is nowhere to be found – gliding out of the way.

    The jab to the body is continuing to be the American's port of call.

    Fury gets going with a right hand before a brief clinch.

    Wilder wings a right hand narrowly past Fury's chin. The Alabama slammer is boxing beautifully so far.

    But Fury lands a nasty 1-2 right before the bell.

    Close round, but I give it to Wilder.

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    ANOTHER GLIMPSE AT DEONTAY WILDER'S COSTUME

    Wilder has opted to wear a much lighter costume than the one he donned for the trilogy last February.

    Let's see if he'll have the extra energy he was sapped of during his ring walk last year.

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    HERE COMES THE CHAMP

    The Gypsy King, Tyson Fury is on his way to the ring for his first defence of the WBC heavyweight title.

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    HERE COMES THE CHALLENGER

    Deontway Wilder makes his way to the ring in a black and red outfit in homage to his Edo Nigerian heritage.

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