“Gypsy King” Fury launched a knock-out attack, the opponent had to breathe oxygen urgently
(Sports News – Boxing News) The heavyweight boxing battle between Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte ended without any surprises. “King Gypsy” Fury continues to show the class of the champion.
On the legendary Wembley Stadium, in front of 94,000 people, Tyson Fury was tasked with defending the WBC belt against Dillian Whyte. There was no shock for the challenger Whyte, when the match ended without the expected 12 innings.
Fury punches Whyte
In the 6th round, Tyson Fury launched a very strong right hand hook that hit Dillian Whyte’s chin, causing this boxer to fall back on the floor. After that, the 34-year-old boxer had to struggle to get up. He thought that after getting up Whyte would continue to fight, but he staggered and almost bumped into the referee.
The referee determined that Dillian Whyte could not continue to play and awarded a knockout victory for Tyson Fury. Thus, this is the second time in a row that Fury defends his WBC championship belt. But as revealed before the match by the British puncher himself, “King Gypsy” will retire after winning.
After punching Dillian Whyte, Tyson Fury re-committed to his retirement: “This could be the last time for The Gypsy King, a great farewell. I made a promise to my dear wife – Paris , at the end of three games against Wilder. I feel like I owe it to all the spectators at Wembley for this game.”
Fury defends the WBC belt
This is Tyson Fury’s 32nd win in a total of 33 fights, with 23 wins by knockout. For her part, Dillian Whyte then had to breathe oxygen and was treated urgently by the medical team.
Some pictures of the great battle:
According to Tien Long (Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Magazine)
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