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You Can Now Buy Signed £100 Photos Of Deontay Wilder Getting Knocked Out On Tyson Fury's Official Website

Tom Fenton

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You Can Now Buy Signed £100 Photos Of Deontay Wilder Getting Knocked Out On Tyson Fury's Official Website

Tyson Fury's official merchandise website has started selling signed fight images of the moment Deontay Wilder was sent sprawling in the 11th round.

Fans who wish to mark the occasion by purchasing a signed still from the classic bout have a range of images to pick from - including the devastating knock out moment.

Referee Russell Mora didn't even begin the count against Wilder when he was eventually caught by Fury in the 11th, instead choosing to end the contest immediately with the American slumped and dazed.

And now Fury is flogging signed pictures of the bout on his official website, including the defining blow. The photo, priced at £99.99, shows the 33-year-old standing over the American as he plummets towards the canvas.

Image Credit: tysonfuryofficialmerchandise
Image Credit: tysonfuryofficialmerchandise

In what was a pulsating bout in Las Vegas, Fury was even dropped on two occasions - although those images are nowhere to be found on his website.

Fury's next opponent is likely to be his mandatory WBC challenger Dillian Whyte, providing he can overcome Fury's former foe, Swede Otto Wallin, later this month

However, in an interview with The Telegraph this week, the Manchester fighter remained coy over his boxing future, which ignited rumours that he was considering retirement.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

"I've got one fight left on my contract with Top Rank and ESPN and we'll see what that is," Fury stated.

"But I'm not thinking about boxing right now. I don't know how many fights I've got left, I don't know if I need to fight anymore. I don't know what the future holds."

Despite a possible undisputed heavyweight title fight against Oleksandr Uysk or Anthony Joshua being on the horizon next year, the Brit insists he has already achieved everything he set out to do.

Topics: Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder

Tom Fenton
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