Wilder and Fury confident ahead of rematch

Earlier today in Los Angeles, the WBC champion Deontay Wilder and lineal champion Tyson Fury met face-to-face for the first time since their first encounter that took place at the Staples Center in 2018 which ended in a draw. Their rematch will take place February 22nd in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. The WBC, lineal, and Ring Magazine heavyweight titles will be … Continue reading Wilder and Fury confident ahead of rematch

It’s official: Wilder and Fury will have the rematch

Many in the boxing world knew that it would happen. Now the whole world knows that it is official. The rematch for the WBC and lineal heavyweight championships will be on the line on February 22nd as Deontay Wilder (42-0-1, 40 KOs) will face Tyson Fury (27-0-1, 20 KOs) at the MGM Grand Garden Arena. On December 1st 2018, Wilder and Fury fought to a … Continue reading It’s official: Wilder and Fury will have the rematch

Fury survives a scare for a unanimous decision

Before Saturday night, many people expected Tyson Fury to have a duplicate performance of what happened on June 15th where he had a quick night against Tom Schwarz getting a 2nd round stoppage. That was far from what people witnessed at the T-Mobile Arena. Fury got through 12 rounds against previously unbeaten Otto Wallin to get a unanimous decision victory with scores of 116-112, 117-111, … Continue reading Fury survives a scare for a unanimous decision

Fury stops Schwarz in two rounds

Before the fight started, Tyson Fury surprised the crowd by coming in the ring to “Living In America” in homage to fictional character Apollo Creed. He might have surprised the crowd with the result that happened on Saturday night as well. It took two rounds for Fury to dispatch Schwarz in the MGM Grand Garden Arena, as referee Kenny Bayless waived the bout before the … Continue reading Fury stops Schwarz in two rounds

Wilder and Fury ends in a draw

Before the fight, the fans at the Staples Center wanted to find out where Tyson Fury was at this point of his career after an extended layoff and two fights against inferior competition. After twelve rounds against Deontay Wilder, those fans saw that he was okay at times but had a couple lapses. Those lapses led to two knockdowns by Wilder which made the decision … Continue reading Wilder and Fury ends in a draw

Fury defeats Pianeta, looks forward to Wilder

At Windsor Park in Belfast, a capacity of over 24000 saw the former WBO, IBF, IBO, and WBA “super” champion look a little bit better than those that saw him a couple months ago. Tyson Fury beat Francisco Pianeta by unanimous decision in the co-feature bout to the main event of Carl Frampton against Luke Jackson to stay undefeated and potentially be next in line … Continue reading Fury defeats Pianeta, looks forward to Wilder