Tyson Fury beats Doentay Wilder via 7th round TKO to take WBC heavyweight title

The fight was called off in the seventh round after Fury dominated the rematch.

Fury vs Deontay

It was a dominant performance from Fury who sent Wilder to the canvas several times before the fight was called off in the seventh round.

It was Wilder who attacked first from the bell but Fury regained his composure to exploit his opponent’s lack of defence.

The English man sent his opponent to the canvas first in the second round. He did that three more times before the fight was called off in the seventh round.

Fury is now the WBC heavyweight champion leaving Wilder with nothing.

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