On Sunday, October 10, the victory over Deonteja Wilder with the 11th round was won by the British Tyson Fury, defending his World Boxing Council (WBC) champion belt.
During the fight, even before the fateful slaughter, both boxers hit the boards several times. In total, five knockouts were experienced during the duel.
However, according to Wilder’s coach Scott, his boxer suffered several injuries during the fight.
“After the fight, we went to the doctor. In general, everything is fine. He has a broken arm and a broken lip. It looks like he also has a broken finger,” the specialist is quoted as saying by Mirror.
This was the third time the two boxers had met. Wilder has never beaten Fury before – the first fight between the two boxers ended in a draw, in the second duel an American coach threw a towel in the ring, but in the third fight, as already mentioned, Fury was superior with a knockout.
During his career, the 33-year-old Fury won 31 fights, 22 of which ended in a slaughter, and once fought in a draw. In turn, the 35-year-old Wilder’s account has 42 wins, of which 41 with a knockout, two losses and also a draw.