The landscape of heavyweight boxing has changed dramatically over the past few years. There are a lot of talented boxers coming up every now and then. New boxers also moving up in weight divisions. I must say that this regime of heavyweight boxers is one of the most talented.
This match was one of the world best matches which was witnessed as Tyson Fury, bare chested, collapsed his 6-foot-9, 277-pound form onto a padded chair late Saturday, nearly an hour after yet another overwhelming knockout win over Deontay Wilder. His WBC title belt was cinched around his broad waist.
Deontay Wilder is planning for a third battle with Tyson Fury Deontay Wilder is now in "astounding physical shape" for the third Tyson Fury battle, cautioned the American's large hitting protégé Raphael Akpejiori. More stunning has offered direction to Akpejiori, a heavyweight competitor with a line of early knockout successes, and the Nigerian could be set to fight with the previous WBC ruler in front of the set of three battle against Fury, which is expected in December. The Alabama man has as of late
Anthony Joshua called Tyson Fury "a fake" in an enraged web-based media trade after the news that their heavyweight confrontation may be off. The pair looked set for a profoundly expected gathering in August, yet an intervention hearing governed Fury should initially confront American Deontay Wilder.