Deontay Wilder gegen Tyson Fury: Auf dieses Aufeinandertreffen der beiden Schwergewichts-Boxer freuen sich Fans seit Dezember Deontay Wilder und Tyson Fury stehen sich zum Rückkampf gegenüber. Hier bekommt Ihr alle Informationen darüber, wann genau der Kampf. Beim Rematch zwischen WBC-Schwergewichts-Weltmeister Deontay Wilder und Tyson Fury ist Spektakel garantiert. Im Vorfeld brannte die.
Wilder vs. Fury 2: Kampf des Jahres ist eine Untertreibungdeontay wilder vs tyson fury 3. Deontay Wilder und Tyson Fury stehen sich zum Rückkampf gegenüber. Hier bekommt Ihr alle Informationen darüber, wann genau der Kampf. Beim Rematch zwischen WBC-Schwergewichts-Weltmeister Deontay Wilder und Tyson Fury ist Spektakel garantiert. Im Vorfeld brannte die.
Deontay Wilder Vs Tyson Fury 2 Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury 2 results VideoTyson Fury DESTROYED Deontay Wilder ● Rematch HIGHLIGHTS
Fury leaning and mauling. Rinse and repeat. R6: Wilder has been pinned in the corner this entire round and Fury is making him pay at close range.
This has been masterful. R6: Fury all over Wilder in the corner. He lands a right hand and leans on him over and over.
Wilder isn't giving up but he appears to be bleeding from his ear and doesn't have his legs fully under him. He's still throwing uppercuts from the clinch.
He goes hard to the body and Wilder is holding on for dear life. He's getting his tail kicked in shocking fashion here. R5: Fury warned very harshly by Bayless for using his forearm.
This has been another dominant round and he closes it with a flurry and lands a hard jab after the bell. R5: Fury corners him and goes to the body again before leaning all over an exhausted Wilder.
Nice combo from Fury to make Wilder lean back deep on the ropes. R5: Fury rocks Wilder into the ropes, which held him up.
Back comes Fury to maul him and lean and do whatever he wants. Wilder in a bad way. R5: Fury leaning all over Wilder at every turn. This is from the Wladimir Klitschko playbook.
Yes a lot of the clinches were just Wilder trying to stop the barrage coming in on him by tying Fury up.
And Fury punished him for it almost every time. I only saw Fury grab on a couple of times like he had planned to do it, not like he was resting by grabbing hold of Wilder.
Wilder is tough as hell. He went seven rounds vs. Fury taking a more or less brutal beating pretty well every single round.
It is not going to be easy for anyone else but Fury to get him out of there. I doubt Joshua can knock Wilder out, after watching this. Cannot imagine Joshua being able to bully Wilder in close or on the ropes the same way Fury did.
Joshua is not as quick or mobile as Fury either. It will be no cakewalk for anyone vs. What a fiasco!!!! He looks like a total restrained or like no having a plan B to contain the English clown.
He was totally ineffective, his jab was non existing and may be just relaying in a lucky punch to stop the wild attacks inferred but his opponent.
In my opinion his sometime lack of confidence on himself show up again with negative results. On the other hand, he has to plan very well his future by improving his boxing skills which are very much required since up to know all his victories were obtained mainly because his formidable punching power.
Shame to him for having lost this fight to just a big boxer like Tyson. Ahaha, unorthodox,strange opinion. Fury is the best heavyweight for so many years.
That is why no 1 wanted to fight him. Now he proved that. Educate yourself. Watch his previous fights ,even with Klitchko, then u maybe will understand.
Wilder is second 1, so…. Fury just proved again to be the bigger one in the ring and in this fight also to be smarter than Wilder by neutralizing him by means of grabbing or keeping the distance when that was possible.
In term of techniques, bot of them have very poor boxing skills, with Fury imposing his will due to the usual body size differences and the other because his extraordinary punching power.
In the other hand , in my opinion Fury needs a lot of ring development and to improve his techniques, if he got any.
Of course this is my opinion which is as valid as your. It is absurd to say that Fury wins on size alone.
There are very many men who are taller and heavier than Fury who would not last one round with Tyson Fury. Tyson Fury put in a masterclass to complete one of the all-time great comeback stories and recapture world heavyweight glory.
The Gypsy King dominated his rematch with Deontay Wilder from the first bell to the last, twice putting the WBC champion down before his corner threw in the towel in round seven.
Fury, a stone heavier than their first fight in December , appeared capable of hurting Wilder whenever he landed as he came out firing in the opening round.
He first got through Wilder in the third round and again downed him with a body shot in round six with the American never able to recover.
SugarHill Steward has revealed he is on the brink of retirement after guiding Tyson Fury to a sensational win over Deontay Wilder. Fourteen months on from his controversial draw with Wilder - when he outboxed the champion only for two knockdowns to deny him the famous green belt - Fury had vowed to take the fight to the American.
And Steward, who linked up with Fury in the build-up to this fight after the British boxer ditched ex-trainer Ben Davison, clearly feels he has reached the pinnacle of his career.
Read the full story here Tyson Fury has already started the mind games with Anthony Joshua, sending a thinly-veiled message to his British rival during his stunning win over Deontay Wilder.
Fury, a former unified champion who defeated the great Wladimir Klitschko in before being hit by depression and addiction, has completed a remarkable turnaround and is now a two-time world champion.
It remains to be seen if Fury will fight Wilder for a third time - the pair drew their first bout in - or give the British fans the fight they want to see against Joshua.
Tyson Fury jokingly claimed he will celebrate with pizza and water following his stunning triumph over Deontay Wilder. The fight went a little longer and I saw the towel go in.
With about 40 seconds left, Fury sent Wilder stumbling to the ropes. A horrible decision by Bayless. He needs to step out of the way, do his job. It took Wilder about two minutes to finally start getting his bearings.
Fury keeps putting pressure on Wilder by clinching and leaning into him and sapping all of Wilder's energy slowly. How does Wilder adapt?
Wilder was against the ropes, and Fury connected with a left hook and blasted him with an overhand right to send Wilder down to the canvas. Wilder looked to be in trouble as Fury tried to close.
Wilder went down again but it was a ruled a slip. As the bell rang, Wilder initially stumbled before walking back. Wilder is in severe trouble.
Wilder started to find a home for the right hand but couldn't get it flush. Liked the fact he starting to throw combinations.
The WBC announced in February that there would not be an immediate rematch as Fury signed a contract with ESPN and Top Rank that meant the negotiations would be more difficult as the rematch would be a co-promotion, of which there had only been two before: Lennox Lewis vs.
Mike Tyson in and Floyd Mayweather Jr. Manny Pacquiao in As the rematch was delayed, Fury and Wilder both scheduled fights for the interim.
Fury followed this stoppage win with a round unanimous decision victory over Otto Wallin 20—0, 13 KOs on September 14, He stated in the lead-up to the fight that he wanted extra size and power to look for a knockout.
Due to the fighters' respective television rights being held by the two networks, it was announced that the United States pay-per-view of the fight would be a joint presentation of ESPN Top Rank rightsholder and Fox Sports PBC rightsholder.
ESPN employed its largest production it had ever used for a boxing telecast, including 38 cameras which included a pair of new wide-angle "bumper cams" installed within the mat on two corners of the ring , microphones above the ring, and a degree replay system.
Top Rank owner Bob Arum stated that there were provisional plans for a six-match preliminary undercard that would be split between Top Rank and PBC, with separate telecasts on an ESPN network and a Fox Sports network to air their respective half of the card.
The start of the fight saw Fury take the center of the ring and establish his jab. He looked for some big shots, while evading Wilder's swings.
In the third round, Fury floored Wilder with a strong right hand to the temple. Wilder beat the count and survived the round but was visibly disoriented, as blood began to stream from his left ear.
Wilder fell to the canvas twice more, but they were ruled as slips by the referee Kenny Bayless , before Fury knocked Wilder down again in the fifth round with a quick combination punctuated by a left hook to the body.
The fight was stopped midway through the seventh round after a flurry of hard-hitting shots from Fury caused Wilder's corner to throw in the towel to save him from further punishment.
At the time of stoppage Fury was ahead on all three judges' scorecards 59—52, 58—53, and 59—52, with the irregular scores due to Bayless deducting a point from Fury in the fifth for holding.
Fury received widespread praise for his performance, with many believing that it established one of the best boxing comeback stories ever seen, and that the victory placed Fury as one of the greatest heavyweight boxers in history.
After the fight, Wilder complained that his cornerman Mark Breland had thrown in the towel, "I told all my trainers, no matter how it may look on the outside, no matter how you may love me or have that emotional feeling, don't make an emotional decision and do not ever throw that towel in because my pride is everything.
I understand what it looks like but when you have power like me I am never out of a fight, no matter what the circumstances.
I'm never out of a fight. Wilder and his coach Jay Deas were ridiculed for stating that Wilder's ring-walk outfit, a 40 lb suit and helmet that he wore to mark "Black History Month", may have contributed to the loss to Fury.
I know he came to the ring in the outfit, which was very heavy. It was plus pounds. We had it on 10 or 15 minutes before we even walked out and then put the helmet on.
That was extra weight, then the ring walk, then going up the stairs. It was like a real workout for my legs. When I took it off, I knew immediately that the game had changed.
The fight contract between Fury and Wilder included a clause in which the loser could unilaterally invoke a trilogy fight.
Wilder announced on February 29 that he had activated the clause, and vowed redemption in a video posted on his social media accounts, "We will rise again.