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Sickening Slow-Motion Footage Of Tyson Fury Knocking Dillian Whyte Out Will Make Your Eyes Water

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Sickening Slow-Motion Footage Of Tyson Fury Knocking Dillian Whyte Out Will Make Your Eyes Water

Slow motion footage of Tyson Fury knocking Dillian Whyte out has emerged and it makes for very uncomfortable viewing.

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'The Gypsy King' retained his WBC heavyweight title on Saturday evening with a sixth round knockout that sent Wembley Stadium wild.

Whyte managed to make it an ugly affair early on, but Fury remained in control and slept his opponent with a devastating right handed uppercut.

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It rocked Whyte, who hit the deck and attempted to get back to his feet. Referee Mark Lyson checked on 'The Body Snatcher' who did beat the count before collapsing into the ropes.

Fury was then declared the winner to take his record to 32 professional wins.

Post-match, the 33-year-old announced his intention to retire from boxing after making a promise to his wife Paris.

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He danced around the question for a while and heaped praise on trainer SugarHill Steward before getting down to business.

"You know I promised my lovely wife Paris of 14 years that after the Wilder three fight that would be it and I meant it. It was a great trilogy but I meant that," Fury explained.

"I got offered to fight at Wembley, at home, and I believe I owed it to the fans, every person in the United Kingdom to fight at Wembley. Now it's all done. I think this is it, this might be the final curtain for 'The Gypsy King'. What a way to go out. A big thank you to the United Kingdom!"

Minutes later, he'd find himself next to reigning UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou.

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Fury and Ngannou have teased a fight in the past and hinted at it being more than a traditional boxing match.

"This is going to be one very special fight," Fury stated to ESPN. "It'll be something never before seen in the history of our sport. We're not talking two guys around 140lb, I'm 270lb, he's 270lb. It's going to be an explosive fight when it happens.

"I'm the boxing heavyweight champion, he's the UFC heavyweight champion, he's in great shape, look at the muscles on him."

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Ngannou then added: "We are going to find out who is the baddest motherf**ker on the planet."

'The Predator' is currently recovering from a knee injury he suffered at UFC 270, where he defeated Ciryl Gane to retain his heavyweight crown.

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Tyson Fury, Dillian Whyte

Daniel Marland
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