Tyson Fury on Saturday night knocked out Deontay Wilder in the 11th round to defend the World Boxing Council’s version of the heavyweight.
Fury, popularly called The Gypsy King, was knocked down once by Wilder in the third round. Wilder also knocked him down twice in the fourth round before he made a classic comeback in the tenth round and then finished Wilder off in the 11th.
Fury and Wilder had 34 months ago, ended their first meeting in a split draw, But Fury won the second fight via knockout.
The Saturday win extended Fury’s record to 31 wins, one draw and no losses, with 22 of the wins being knockouts. Wilder’s record stands at an amazing 41 knockouts, with 42 wins, two losses and one draw.