The KO of the year? The lethal blow with which Tyson Fury knocked out Dillian Whyte and made 94 thousand fans delirious at Wembley

* The spectacular KO of Tyson Fury

Until the sixth round, Tyson Fury had shown his credentials as one of the best boxers of this era, but the fight with Dillian Whyte It had all the condiments. As in any heavyweight fight, anything could happen. One hand could turn the tide of what seemed like a certain victory for the King of the Gypsies. But finally that did not happen: Fury settled the fight with a lethal uppercut in the sixth round. and his rival could not get back up.

the last few seconds remained of round six in the mythical wembley stadium of London when the heavyweight champion of the World Boxing Council (WBC) managed to connect his opponent in the jaw. Not even the bell could save Whyte. He tried to stand up, but when judge Mark Lyson motioned for him to show his good form, the challenger nearly fell off the ropes.. The referee did not hesitate and decreed Fury’s victory.

The event, which had more than 94 thousand spectators in the seats of the stadium to give it a historical setting, it had all the seasonings. Since he entered the ring, Tyson dressed in King on his throne he transformed the environment. During the six rounds, he raised a fight that at times was street to the point that the judge could not separate them.

But what finally prevailed was the hierarchy of a Tyson Fury that at his 33 years old is undefeated with 32 wins (23KO) and 1 draw. The eyes will now be positioned on what happens with the future of one of the boxers of the moment: “I promised my wife that that would be it after the Wilder fight. But they offered me a fight at Wembley and I owed it to the fans”, he raised about his future.

Tyson Fury assured that he promised his wife that this would be his last fight (Photo: Reuters)

“I am overwhelmed with the support. I can’t believe my 94,000 countrymen came here tonight to see my performance. I just want to say from the bottom of my heart, thank you so much to everyone who bought a ticket here tonight or stayed up late to watch it on TV. I am one of the best heavyweights of all time. Dillan Whyte is a warrior. And I think Dillian is going to be a world champion, but unfortunately for him he had to face me here tonight.. You’re not messing with a mediocre heavyweight. You are messing with the best man on the planet, ”she assured after his brilliant performance.

The future is unknown since there is still the possibility that he will fight but in a “hybrid” fight against the champion of UFC Francis Ngannouwho got in the ring with Fury today to talk about this.

I promised my lovely wife Paris that after the Wilder 3 fight, that would be it. And I meant it. We had a war. It was a great trilogy. And I was serious. But I was offered to fight at Wembley at home, and I think I deserved itI owed it to the fans, I owed it to all the people in the UK for coming here and fighting at Wembley. Now everything is done. I have to be a man of my word. And I think this is it. This could be the final curtain for the Gypsy King. Thank you very much to the United Kingdom!”, was his speech after the evening.

Fury had hit the table in November 2015 when he dethroned Wladimir Klitschko, who was the king of heavyweights at the time, by unanimous decision. Though he later lost world titles on the agency table, Tyson recovered from his struggles, reappearing on the boxing scene and had a memorable fight against Deontay Wilder in late 2018 that ended in a draw.

Finally, he faced the American two more times between February 2020 and October 2021, with wins by KO on both occasions. He first took the WBC crown from her and then defended what he had achieved in what had been the second edition of the fight between them.

Almost four years after his last official fight at home – in August 2018 he beat the Italian Francesco Pianeta in Belfast –, he reappeared on his land to appear in a historic evening before almost 100 thousand people in a mythical stadium like Wembley. Was it the closing of your career


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