Es kommt offenbar nicht mehr zum dritten Aufeinandertreffen zwíschen Tyson Fury und Deontay Wilder. Die Terminsuche sorgt für ein wenig. Lange Zeit war es still um Deontay Wilder (, 41 K.o.) geworden, nachdem dieser seinen Titel als WBC-Weltmeister im Schwergewicht an Tyson Fury. Obwohl er vertraglich dazu verpflichtet ist, will Schwergewichts-Champion Tyson Fury auf einen dritten Kampf gegen Deontay Wilder pfeifen.
Boxen: Deontay Wilder fordert Revanche von Tyson Fury: "Sei ein Mann!"Obwohl er vertraglich dazu verpflichtet ist, will Schwergewichts-Champion Tyson Fury auf einen dritten Kampf gegen Deontay Wilder pfeifen. Das dritte Gefecht zwischen WBC-Champion Tyson Fury und Ex-Weltmeister Deontay Wilder könnte womöglich erst im nächsten Jahr. Vor etwas mehr als einem Jahr sind Deontay Wilder und Tyson Fury schon mal zusammen in den Ring gestiegen. In einem schier epochalen Kampf gingen die.
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As the rematch was delayed, Fury and Wilder both scheduled fights for the interim. Fury followed this stoppage win with a round unanimous decision victory over Otto Wallin 20—0, 13 KOs on September 14, He stated in the lead-up to the fight that he wanted extra size and power to look for a knockout.
Due to the fighters' respective television rights being held by the two networks, it was announced that the United States pay-per-view of the fight would be a joint presentation of ESPN Top Rank rightsholder and Fox Sports PBC rightsholder.
ESPN employed its largest production it had ever used for a boxing telecast, including 38 cameras which included a pair of new wide-angle "bumper cams" installed within the mat on two corners of the ring , microphones above the ring, and a degree replay system.
Top Rank owner Bob Arum stated that there were provisional plans for a six-match preliminary undercard that would be split between Top Rank and PBC, with separate telecasts on an ESPN network and a Fox Sports network to air their respective half of the card.
The start of the fight saw Fury take the center of the ring and establish his jab. He looked for some big shots, while evading Wilder's swings.
In the third round, Fury floored Wilder with a strong right hand to the temple. Wilder beat the count and survived the round but was visibly disoriented, as blood began to stream from his left ear.
Wilder fell to the canvas twice more, but they were ruled as slips by the referee Kenny Bayless , before Fury knocked Wilder down again in the fifth round with a quick combination punctuated by a left hook to the body.
The fight was stopped midway through the seventh round after a flurry of hard-hitting shots from Fury caused Wilder's corner to throw in the towel to save him from further punishment.
At the time of stoppage Fury was ahead on all three judges' scorecards 59—52, 58—53, and 59—52, with the irregular scores due to Bayless deducting a point from Fury in the fifth for holding.
Fury received widespread praise for his performance, with many believing that it established one of the best boxing comeback stories ever seen, and that the victory placed Fury as one of the greatest heavyweight boxers in history.
After the fight, Wilder complained that his cornerman Mark Breland had thrown in the towel, "I told all my trainers, no matter how it may look on the outside, no matter how you may love me or have that emotional feeling, don't make an emotional decision and do not ever throw that towel in because my pride is everything.
I understand what it looks like but when you have power like me I am never out of a fight, no matter what the circumstances.
I'm never out of a fight. Wilder and his coach Jay Deas were ridiculed for stating that Wilder's ring-walk outfit, a 40 lb suit and helmet that he wore to mark "Black History Month", may have contributed to the loss to Fury.
I know he came to the ring in the outfit, which was very heavy. It was plus pounds. We had it on 10 or 15 minutes before we even walked out and then put the helmet on.
That was extra weight, then the ring walk, then going up the stairs. It was like a real workout for my legs. When I took it off, I knew immediately that the game had changed.
The fight contract between Fury and Wilder included a clause in which the loser could unilaterally invoke a trilogy fight. Wilder announced on February 29 that he had activated the clause, and vowed redemption in a video posted on his social media accounts, "We will rise again.
We will regain the title. I will be back. We will hold our heads up high. Your king is in great spirit. We will rise like a phoenix from the ashes and regain the title.
I'll see you in a few months. For the war has just begun. The third fight was tentatively set for July 18, but was postponed due to the COVID pandemic , with October being a potential replacement.
Who knows even about November? Obviously, we cannot do Fury and Wilder without an audience. If you are going to do it with an audience, are people going to be willing to get on a plane and come to Las Vegas?
Fury lands an uppercut on the clinch. Good by Fury. He is really offensive minded in this one. Wilder just misses with a right of his own. Fury comes back with the jab.
Both just missing on shots now. Fury really leaning on Wilder, and a right hand puts him down! Wilder is in trouble Huge round for Fury. Both guys holding, punching on breaks.
Referee warns both again. Wilder stumbles and goes down—no knockdown though. Wilder looks tired. Fury lands a body shot. And another body shot.
Fury is teeing off now. Wilder lands a short jab. Good right to the side of the head by Fury. He looks great. Wilder just misses with a right hand, but he looks really tired.
Fury has been leaning on him all round. He won't give Wilder an inch of breathing room. Body shot and down goes Wilder again!
There was not much action in round 1 as both boxers used the round to feel each other out. Wilder tried to trap Fury into the corner, but Fury made Wilder miss most of his big swings.
In round 4, Wilder bloodied Fury's nose with his stiff jabs, but was unable to follow up on the attacks. In round 6, Fury switched to southpaw stance and had success backing Wilder against the ropes and at the same time stayed cautious of Wilder's power.
In round 7, after trading jabs, which saw Fury come out on top, Fury landed a counter right hand, then quickly tied Wilder up before he could throw anything back.
Round 8 saw back and forth action with both trying to land. Wilder threw a lot of power shots which Fury mostly evaded. In round 9, Wilder dropped Fury with a short left hook followed by an overhand right, which was the result of Fury's ducking low to avoid the left hook and being pushed further down by the right to the top of the head.
Having expended a lot of energy trying to finish Fury in round 9, Wilder looked fatigued in round This became an advantage for Fury as he landed two right hands.
Fury also took advantage in round 11, landing enough shots and avoided anything Wilder could throw. In round 12, Wilder landed a right-left combination which put Fury down hard on his back.
The crowd, commentary team and Wilder believed the fight was over. Reiss looked at Fury on the canvas and began giving him a count.
To everyone's surprise, Fury beat the count. Reiss made Fury dance to his left to check if he was compos mentis, which he was, and Reiss called for the action to continue.
Wilder, fatigued again, was unable to land another power shot and Fury landed some right hands to finish the round and the fight on his feet.
Both boxers embraced in a hug after the final bell sounded. Wilder was much less accurate in this fight than he usually had been in previous fights.
Fury out-landed Wilder in 9 out of the 12 rounds. Both Wilder and Fury only landed double digits in 4 separate rounds. Both Wilder and Fury stood in the ring after the fight and gave interviews to Jim Gray.
Wilder felt he had done enough to win the fight, stating, "I think with the two knockdowns, I definitely won the fight.
We poured our hearts out tonight. We're both warriors, but with those two drops, I think I won the fight.
I came out slow. I rushed my punches. I didn't sit still. I was too hesitant. I started overthrowing the right hand, and I just couldn't adjust.
I was rushing my punches. That's something I usually don't do. I couldn't let it go tonight. I was forcing my punches too much instead of sitting back, being patient and waiting it.
I really wanted to get him out of there, give the fans what they want to see. Fury said, "We're on away soil. I got knocked down twice, but I still believe I won that fight.
I'm being a total professional here. God bless America. The 'Gypsy King' has returned. That man is a fearsome puncher, and I was able to avoid that.
The world knows I won the fight. I hope I did you all proud after nearly three years out of the ring.
I showed good heart to get up. I came here tonight, and I fought my heart out. Wilder and Fury both claimed to be the best heavyweights in the world and both called out unified world champion Anthony Joshua.
Joshua, where are you? But in the midst of it all, you still couldn't keep this king down. You would have had to kill me.
In the end, it took a crab in the bucket referee and a disloyal trainer to throw the towel in just to stop me.
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Fury entered the rematch with Wilder as lineal heavyweight champion and added the WBC belt in victory. Wilder took issue with cornerman Mark Breland for throwing in the towel as the fight had clearly slipped away from his fighter.
The contract for the rematch stated the loser could initiate a third fight by taking the short side of a purse split.
But a Wilder injury, followed by further delays resulted in the timeframe for that rematch expiring, according to the Fury team.
Again being a man of my word, I fought you like I said I would. In the rematch agreement, there was a rematch clause.