The fight between Deontay Wilder and Tyson fury it was lived with great passion from the stands of the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and the knockout moment was recorded from different perspectives.
Fans, representatives and the media flooded social networks with different perspectives of the British knockout of the American in the eleventh round.
From different perspectives, there were various angles of people who took the moment when the referee Russell Mora chose to stop the contest.
In the angles you can see the face of Wilder dejected after being hit by Tyson and the strategy of the latter to pressure the former monarch of the complete with his weight, until he was tired and connect the blow that put an end to everything.
With the triumph, Fury achieved the first successful defense of the heavyweight belt of the CMB in view of Deontay Wilder, who sold the fight dearly and got to knock down Tyson on a couple of occasions in the fourth round.
This was the third confrontation between the two fighters. From their first contest they lived an intense rivalry in which there were shoves in confrontations, press conferences, insults and more.
The previous one of this confrontation was not the exception and both threatened to knock out each other.
Deontay Wilder visited the mat in the third, tenth and eleventh rounds, but also managed to put in poor condition Tyson fury in the fourth episode by knocking him down twice.
The former US monarch was reviewed by doctors and did not appear at the press conference. His trainer Malik Scott He claimed that his hand was broken.
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ICYMI: Last night in a classic and extremely entertaining fight, Tyson Fury TKO 11 Deontay Wilder at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Retains WBC Heavyweight Title. Look for a story on the fight in the upcoming issue of RINGSIDE SEAT. pic.twitter.com/DkmApcEwv9
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