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Unseen Ringside Footage Shows How Hard Tyson Fury Hit Deontay Wilder

Unseen Ringside Footage Shows How Hard Tyson Fury Hit Deontay Wilder

Ringside footage has emerged showing how hard Tyson Fury hit Deontay Wilder in their intense rematch last night.

Fury emerged victorious via TKO in the seventh round to hand Wilder the first loss of his professional career.

'The Gypsy King' dominated the bout and close-up footage has revealed the lethal shots he was landing on the 'Bronze Bomber', including a hook that busted Wilder's ear.

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Spectators in the MGM Grand let out a huge roar of shock when the 34-year-old crashed to the mat.

Wilder looked visibly shocked as he rose from the canvas and never recovered from the shot to his ear.

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Fans on social media praised the Brit's striking, who Wilder had frequently called 'pillow fists' while promoting the fight.


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American fighter Wilder is often praised for his brutal punches but instead it was Fury who struck harder on Saturday night.


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Fury told talkSPORT following the fight that Las Vegas 'felt like Manchester' as thousands of British fans made the trip to Vegas.

He also said he was in the 'prime of his life', and that he wasn't thinking about his next fight just yet.

"We've got to take one fight at a time. Deontay Wilder has a rematch clause. He might trigger it. We'll see. I'm going to have a slice of pizza and a glass of water."

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Anthony Joshua could be next on the horizon for the new WBC champion and Eddie Hearn is eager to make the match.

'AJ's' promoter took to Twitter following the fight and stated: 'No need for a third let's go straight to it in the Summer! #undisputed'

Topics: Tyson Fury, Boxing News, Boxing, Rivalries, Deontay Wilder

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Daniel Marland

Daniel is a freelancer journalist for SPORTbible and covers a variety of sports. He also has past experience of working at Manchester United and once locked eyes with Jose Mourinho. He lived to tell the tale.