The trilogy of fights between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder came to an end in grand style on Saturday night in Las Vegas. "The Gypsy King" retained his WBC heavyweight championship belt and undefeated status in the professional rings, after he sent "Bronze Bomber" to the boards with a powerful right hook in the eleventh round.

 

 

Earlier, the fans watched an amazing show of boxing at the highest level. The drama of the duel was hard to describe, and Wilder proved to be a living example of what "heart to fight" means. The American staggered from the third round and the first knockdown. Despite that, he was able to put his rival down twice in the fourth fight and was dangerous for the Brit until the very end.

 

In the end, however, Tyson Fury triumphed, forcing the referee to count three times in total, dazed Wilder after powerful punches. In the eleventh round "Bronze Bomber" was hit several times in the left ear from which blood was oozing and he fell for the last time and this time he was not able to continue the fight.

 

Wilder and Fury faced off for the third time ever in Las Vegas. The first clash ended in a controversial draw, a year ago the "Gypsy King" won decisively, who once again confirmed on Saturday that he is one of the greatest in boxing history.

 

At the same event, Adam Kownacki had a rematch with Robert Helenius. Finn dominated from the first round and won over Pole by TKO in the sixth fight.