Er ist nach 31 Kämpfen als Profiboxer noch ungeschlagen. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben; 2 Amateurkarriere; 3. Das 1. Duell hatte ohne Sieger geendet. Wilder und Fury sind als Profi beide unbesiegt; Wilders Bilanz: 42 Siege (41 K.o.), 1 Remis. Rückkampf zwischen Fury und Wilder wegen Corona verlegt. Tinte trocken: Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder am 1. Dezember.
Deontay Wilder - Tyson Fury live im TV und im LivestreamEr ist nach 31 Kämpfen als Profiboxer noch ungeschlagen. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben; 2 Amateurkarriere; 3. Am 1. Dezember hatten Wilder und Fury sich bereits einen packenden Fight geliefert, der damals in einem kontroversen Unentschieden. Der Boxkampf zwischen Deontay Wilder und Tyson Fury wird in Deutschland nicht live im 1. Dezember , Staples Center, Los Angeles, Tyson Fury (GBR).
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He springs into his attacks very well, very fast. And Tyson started pushing the fight toward Wilder, and throughout the fight I'd actually said to Tyson, "Look, don't let him lure you in.
I know you can see it. Thirty-five seconds into the round, Fury landed a right hand in the center of the ring, and Wilder responded.
He missed with a jab but then landed a dynamite two-punch combination: a massive right hand to the side of the head followed by a clean left hook on Fury's chin that floored him.
Fury was motionless. Wilder made a throat slash gesture and shimmied his shoulders while Fury was flat on his back with his right knee bent in the air.
Fury: I remember going out for Round 12, going to put on a show in Round I had a mission to knock him out, and I just got caught by a big punch and got knocked down.
Davison: Wilder couldn't have chosen a better point in the fight to land that shot, when Tyson was fatigued.
Tyson still got up and managed to do what he did. That obviously goes beyond the conditioning involved -- but also mental strength.
Deas: Deontay always had an uncanny ability to deliver big, especially when asked. I expected that it would be that kind of a round and that he could make something dramatic happen.
When he landed the right hand, I saw Fury start to teeter, start to fall. I knew it was a great shot. I knew Fury had gotten a little bit squared up, but I knew it was a great shot.
Then the left hook came out of nowhere. It almost righted the ship. He was going over to the right, and then all of a sudden the left hook leveled him off, and he landed basically flat on his back.
Davison: Wilder is phenomenally heavy-handed. It's his right hand that puts people over, but I think his left hand is still extremely, extremely heavy-handed.
Wilder: I was more impressed than anything, just to see for a second looking over his body and seeing his eyes going to the back of his head, the veins pulsing out of his neck and the way his body was lying on the canvas.
It was very impressive. Even more impressive was because Fury said after the fight that his lights just went out, and he didn't even know how he got on the ground or how he got up.
To go through all of that or not even know that you're doing it, it's like a zombie or something. But it was entertaining and made the hype for the rematch that much greater because the first fight was controversial.
Finkel: I thought Deontay knocked him out. I got up, and I went to go up the steps because I thought it was over, but Fury got up, and the ref let it continue.
Davison: I thought that the fight was over. Usually when a fighter goes down and they're going to get back up, there's some part of their body that's still moving, whether their hands are moving, their feet are moving, they lift their head up.
He was just still. Wilder: I blew a kiss at my wife, too, so, yes, I definitely thought it was over, for sure, just from what I saw with those split seconds of the head hitting in the canvas, which is a dangerous thing.
That's scary. That's a scary moment for a person, and that's why boxing is so dangerous, man. Deas: I'm not the kind to celebrate or anything because I take nothing for granted in this sport, so my immediate reaction was to point Deontay toward the neutral corner.
Even though I thought the fight was over, I wanted to make sure that if it wasn't, we weren't wasting time that we needed, that we'd given Fury extra time.
I was pointing Deontay to a neutral corner, and I kept looking back and forth, looking at Deontay, looking at Fury, looking at Deontay, looking at Fury.
Reiss got down on one knee as he counted over Fury's face. At six, Fury rolled over to all fours, and at nine, he was on his feet with left in the fight.
Reiss pointed to Fury and asked him, "Can you continue? You want to go? Reiss brushed them away, and following California State Athletic Commission protocol, he pointed to his right and said, "Walk over there, and come back to me.
Davison: I vividly remember Jack in the locker room [during fighter instructions before the fight] saying, "If you get knocked down, I'll ask you to walk to your left or walk to your right.
I'll be checking to make sure that you are OK and that your balance is OK because anybody can just stumble forward.
Reiss: One of the things I tell these guys in the dressing room before the fight is if you get knocked down -- and I tell everyone the same thing -- and you get up, I am going to ask you, "Are you OK?
Ninety percent of the guys that get knocked down like that, they get knocked out in the next sequence. So I wanted to make sure people knew I wasn't throwing a lamb to the lions.
It was a bonus. I knew for sure he could intelligently defend himself. Fury: It was like being turned off like a light switch. I didn't feel any pain.
There was no feeling. It was just on and off. That was it. Reiss: When I saw the two punches he got hit with, the right and then the left, I saw that they were thunderous punches, very hard punches, and I said to myself, "Wow, that's a hard knockdown.
Rematch anyone? Fury limited Wilder to 71 total connects 6 per round and Klitschko to 52 4 per round.
Heavyweight avg. You know better than ex boxers? Teddy Atlas said Fury won too. Fury 49, Wilder Fury moving in for the kill. Wilder looks spent as Fury continues to unload punches.
Fury just dominating as he lands overhand rights and forces Wilder into the corner. Wilder finally fighting back, but scarcely slowing Fury.
Fury is covered. Fury 59, Wilder Fury opens with a sweeping left that lands. Wilder still looking unsteady. Two more jabs from Fury.
This is now a rout. Wilder throwing punches, but he looks slow and they miss. Fury forces Wilder. Wilder's corner literally threw in the towel before the referee stepped in and ended the fight.
But it is what it is. I make no excuses tonight. I just wish my corner would have let me go out on my shield.
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Note 2. Luis Ortiz. Joe Joyce. Joe Hanks. Note 3. Carlos Licona. Mark Anthony Barriga. Note 4. Isaac Lowe. Lucas Rafael Baez.
Note 5. Julian Williams. Francisco Javier Castro. Chris Arreola. Maurenzo Smith. Robert Guerrero. Adam Mate. I appreciate all the fans that came out and supported the show, and I hope that everyone gets home safely.
At the time of the stoppage, Fury led on two scorecards -- a shutout despite the point deduction -- and on the third. ESPN also had Fury leading You can listen to all the interviews I did.
Next time, people will listen to me. Fury's dominance was reflected in the CompuBox statistics. Wilder has 30 days to exercise his option for an immediate rematch, for which it would be a split in Fury's favor.
He had a great performance, and we will be back stronger," Wilder said, seemingly indicating he wants to go for a third fight.
But I will say, the king has returned to the top of the throne. Skip to navigation. Fury drops Wilder twice, finishes job in Round 7.
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