Wilder vs Fury 2 FULL FIGHT: February 22, 2020

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(February 22, 2020) Tyson "The Gypsy King" Fury defeated Deontay "The Bronze Bomber" Wilder by seventh-round stoppage to capture the WBC Heavyweight Championship Saturday night headlining a historic mega PPV event from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.

"A big shout out to Deontay Wilder," said Fury. "He came here tonight and he manned up and he really did show the heart of a champion.I hit him with a clean right that dropped him and he got back up. He is a warrior. He will be back. He will be champion again.But I will say, the king has returned to the top of the throne!"

"Things like this happen," said Wilder. "The best man won tonight, but my corner threw in the towel and I was ready to go out on my shield. I had a lot of things going on heading into this fight. It is what it is, but I make no excuses tonight. I'm a warrior. He had a great performance and we will be back stronger."

The highly anticipated rematch was the most eagerly awaited heavyweight fight in decades after their controversial split draw in 2018. After an unprecedented promotion, the two heavyweight giants traded leather in the middle of the ring in front of a sold out crowd of 15,816.

While both men landed good shots in the first two rounds, Fury broke through in round three with a right hook that put Wilder down late in the round. While Wilder was able to make it through the round and continue fighting, his legs appeared weakened and in round five Fury scored another knockdown, this time with a body shot.

Referee Kenny Bayless deducted a point from Fury late in round five, but it didn't stop Fury from coming forward and continuing to use his height and weight advantage to push Wilder around the ring. In round seven, Fury had Wilder cornered and unloaded with a series of power punches that prompted Wilder's corner to stop the bout, which the referee officially did at 1:39 of the round.

According to CompuBox, Fury was the busier and more effective puncher, out throwing Wilder 267 to 141 and out landing him 82 to 34, including big fifth and sixth rounds where he landed 16 and 14 power punches respectively.

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Wilder: "Why did you stop me"
Ian Meadows
Timeless. Thank you Wilder and Fury for the trilogy. Will go down in history
Great stoppage by the corner/ref. Wilder was going to get to put to sleep at some point if it kept going, and Kenny had been looking very closely at Wilder since the 5th round.
Daniel Fanning
That stare down at
After watching the 3rd fight between these guys, I think this was the best Fury looked in all three fights. Physically he looked like he was in better shape and quicker. I hope they don’t fight a 4th time unless it’s down the road because I think we will see a similar outcome. Joshua should be the next fight for one of these guys depending on if Joshua wins his rematch.
James Baka
This version of Tyson fury I believe is unbeatable. He was 6’9 273 of solid muscle under his fat. Strong legs, fast and quick, thundering power in his hands, aggressive in the prime of his life, foot work and head movement on a masterful level, rock solid chin, fight IQ through the roof, he literally has all the skills you could ask for in a boxer plus he is MASSIVE. He isn’t just a big man, he’s an elite level boxer who just happens to be much bigger than most any other heavyweight in boxing history. On paper there is nobody in boxing history that could beat this version of Tyson IMO
You Tube
Wilder definitely got cheated, his costume was too heavy, his water was poisoned, the dog ate his homework, and Tyson Fury kicked his butt.
Ayayron Balakay
Tyson is awesome. I like how he sets up his punches. He mentally and physically dominated Wilder.
I’ll admit. I’m a huge wilder fan. But, good god. This was a beat down…
Isaiah Michael
Still one of the greatest fights in heavyweight history IMO
Relax With White Noise
Fury's best career performance ever. he was going forwarding and taking the fight to his opponent.
Juan Diego Andrade
Juan Diego Andrade Anos atrás
He literally just came to the ring, beat the living shit out of Wilder and then started to sing 😂😂😂
I'm surprised Wilder made it to round seven. He looked confused and beaten. His defense was abysmal. He just started ducking when Fury would come in on him, and you can't fight when you're doubled over just ducking punches. Watch the ref towards the end of the fight. He had his eyes locked on Wilder looking for when he would have to jump in and call it off.
T Tsec
Watching this back makes me truly believe this referee is on the take, its unbelievable the number of times Fury was punched on the back of the head and Fury gets in points deducted. Unbelievable.
Steve Eagle
Wilder was gifted near the end of the fifth round...the ref conveniently gave him a rest when he was about to go down again.
_Gw33do_ Anos atrás
Never realized how much they tried to give this fight to Wilder
Huge respect to Wilder for trying to stay in the fight. That punch to the ear in the early rounds definitely messed up his balance.
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