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The sheer force of the punches thrown by Fury in this titanic tussle is something to behold, and Fight Vibe have created this brilliant compilation video of every shot the Gyspy King landed in the contest.
It makes for some absorbing viewing, and gives you an even greater appreciation of Fury's undoubted talents in the ring.
The commentary makes it even more riveting, with comments including: "You couldn't pay me enough to be in the way of those guys", and "A mild-mannered man, who is looking to go for the kill!"
The video has amassed over 300,000 views and the comments below show just how this fight captured the imagination of boxing fans across the globe.
"The amount of hits Wilder received is just unimaginable."
"It's been said before, but it's so unnatural for a man as big and heavy as fury is, to be able to move so quick, effortlessly, and effectively. Truly mesmerizing."
"Fury is terrifyingly good at fighting. You can just tell that if he wanted to murder you behind the pub, you'd get well and truly curb stomped. He's got the best footwork of any big man I've seen fighting in years."
Despite defeat on the night, Wilder was also singled out for praise for the number of punches he took in the fight.
"Wilder took so much punishment in this fight. Tremendous."
"Any one of those shots would knock me out. Wilder's an animal for lasting as long as he did. True heart."
After a well-earned break, Fury will turn his attention to become the first Brit to become the first undisputed heavyweight world champion since Lennox Lewis in 2000.
Oleksandr Usyk currently holds the WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO titles after his shock win over Anthony Joshua, and John Fury believes that his son must now look to set a date with the Ukrainian.
But a rematch with Joshua looks on the cards first, meaning we may still have that tantalising prospect of two Brits fighting each other for the undisputed title of heavyweight champion of the world.
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