Tyson Fury hat sich in einem spektakulären Schwergewichtskampf gegen Deontay Wilder den WBC-Gürtel gesichert. Der Gypsy King zeigte. Deontay Leshun Wilder (* Oktober in Tuscaloosa, Alabama) ist ein US-amerikanischer Profiboxer und ehemaliger WBC-Weltmeister im Schwergewicht. Tyson Fury ist wieder Weltmeister! Nach einer fulminanten Vorstellung in Las Vegas gegen Deontay Wilder erobert der Jährige den Weltmeister-Gürtel der.
Deontay Wilder meldet sich zurückDeontay Wilder kam seinerseits als er-Version von Monthy Pythons schwarzem Ritter: in strassbesetzter Ledermontur und mit rot. Nach mehreren Monaten „Sendepause“ hat sich der frühere WBC-Schwergewichtschampion Deontay Wilder wieder in den sozialen Medien. Im Februar wollte Deontay Wilder zum ersten Boxer werden, der Tyson Fury eine Niederlage verpasst. Stattdessen ging er gegen den.
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I don't know how somebody can be injured and do all that. It's really hard stuff, I can tell you that for sure. He also added that whatever armchair psychologists might say about the damaging impact of Wilder's first pro loss, with Fury taking the fight to such a feared puncher, the year-old's mental state remains strong.
I can tell you for sure that he's very hungry, and he's trying to get back into the ring as soon as possible.
He's in great spirits, excited to get back to fight Tyson Fury. I had a lot of complications. This is what big-time boxing is all about, the best must fight the best.
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It is not often Tyson Fury finds himself flat on the canvas but that's what happened when he and brother Tommy met in the ring. Tyson is preparing to defend his heavyweight title in December.
I now make him ranked seventh in the world. The British pair, who hold all the world heavyweight belts between them, have a financial agreement in place for two fights next year, though both are likely to have bouts before.
Wilder has activated his rematch clause but has remained quiet since his defeat in Las Vegas, leaving Hearn to question whether the year-old's heart is in getting a shot at redemption.
After losing for the first time to Fury in February, Wilder then made it known that he wishes to enact his rematch clause for a trilogy bout, with a current date for the bout pencilled in for December The two-time world champion lashed out at his rival by urging him to 'grow a pair' and step into the ring with him in just four months, providing his trilogy bout with Deontay Wilder is further disrupted.
The two heavyweight champions agreed finances on a two-fight deal earlier this summer though a number of key details have not yet even been discussed.
Whyte was set to fight the winner of Fury and Wilder's trilogy clash but has been denied his long-awaited crack at a world title after knockout loss against Alexander Povetkin.
Alexander Povetkin's stunning left uppercut in the fifth-round on Saturday night not only slumped Dillian Whyte, it also shifted the heavyweight boxing landscape.
The year-old stripped the Bronze Bomber of his WBC heavyweight belt in a formidable showing six months ago in Los Angeles, and Wilder immediately triggered another rematch.
Wilder and Fury are set to do battle for a third time after the Brit convincingly defeated the former WBC heavyweight champion via a seventh-round stoppage in Las Vegas earlier this year.
Their mouthwatering rematch faces being pushed back to next year with coronavirus restrictions on fans showing little sign of easing before The Bodysnatcher, 32, risks his status as the organisation's mandatory challenger for Tyson Fury's world championship against Povetkin at Matchroom's Fight Camp in Brentwood, Essex.
After being given the green light in June, the future of heavyweight boxing finally gained some clarity after Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury agreed to meet inside a boxing ring.
Groves, who was super-middle weight champions from , believes the Gypsy King has the edge over his younger rival because of the journey he has faced in his career.
Frank Warren has said that Tyson Fury is desperate to return to the ring in December and will either face Deontay Wilder in a trilogy clash in the US or have a UK homecoming against a decent name.
The fight ended when a right hand from Wilder caught Price on the jaw and sent him back into the ropes and down.
He attempted to get to his feet, but struggled which led referee Ray Corona to wave an end to the bout. Wilder claimed the vacant WBC Continental Americas heavyweight title, which he went on to successfully defend twice.
Harrison was coming into this fight looking to rebuild after winning the prizefighter heavyweight tournament two months earlier. Wilder found an opening 49 seconds into the opening round and caught Harrison with a big right hand that rocked him back into the ropes.
A follow-up barrage from Wilder sent Harrison into the corner, crumpling onto the floor. Harrison used the ropes to get to his feet at the count of eight, but referee Terry O'Connor called off the bout.
The official time of stoppage was of the first round. Prior to the announcement, Golden Boy and Wilder's camp stated there was no deal in place.
Liakhovich would fight for the first time in nearly a year and half. Wilder caught Liakhovich with a big right hand; while Liakhovich was backed against the ropes, he went down heavily and began twitching.
The referee waved an end to the bout without beginning a count. Liakhovich was kept down for some time in the ring, before being helped to a stool.
Liakhovich claimed he was punched behind the ear and neck area. Two months later in October, Wilder knocked out Nicolai Firtha , 8 KOs in four rounds to maintain his knockout streak.
Prior to the stoppage, Firtha was dropped twice in the opening round. Wilder knocked out Scott at of the first round. Wilder started off with slow jabs and the knockout blow appeared to be a straight right hand, which many believe did not connect clearly.
There was an instant reaction from the crowd and on social media regarding how the fight ended. Scott was said to be unhappy about reports that he took a dive and congratulated Wilder.
His corner threw in the towel after round four giving Wilder another stoppage victory. The judges scored it —, —, and — Wilder had some big rounds, particularly rounds two and seven, where he threw a barrage of power shots.
Wilder showed that he could go twelve rounds and utilized his jab throughout. After the fight, Wilder dedicated his win to his disabled daughter, and to his boxing hero Muhammad Ali , who had turned 73 years old that same day.
On May 8, , Wilder announced that he would make his first defense in his home state of Alabama, which would be the first heavyweight title fight held in the state.
Wilder last fought in Alabama in Showtime confirmed they would televise the bout live on June 13 at Bartow Arena , Birmingham, Alabama.
A sold-out crowd of 9, was announced. Wilder dominated, knocking down Molina near the end of round four, twice in the fifth, and knocking him out onto his back in the ninth round.
A lot of people said he wouldn't even be around, he wouldn't last. There were a lot of doubters, but he showed a lot of heart, and I needed that kind of guy to fight here in Alabama.
Duhaupas, who was battered and bloodied, claimed he still had plenty of fight left when referee Jack Reiss waved off his brave challenge.
Duhaupas had never been stopped before in his career inside the distance. In the post fight, Wilder praised Duhaupas' toughness, saying "We knew he was tough.
We knew he was mentally tough. We knew he was going to come. That's why you can't criticize nobody you don't know. The most scariest people are the ones you don't know.
Szpilka looked very strong as the bout began, and won the first three rounds with his awkward southpaw stance, rapid foot movement, and talent for slipping punches.
Szpilka made Wilder appear wild with his punches, as Wilder missed punches thrown at Szpilka, mostly head punches. Entering round nine, Szpilka, aware from the ring commentators he could no longer win the fight on the cards, changed strategy and took a gamble.
Going to the inside, Szpilka swung for the rafters, but Wilder read Szpilka and connected first with a powerful right hand to the face.
Szpilka fell to the canvas, and his head jerked backwards in a reflex motion, abruptly ending the competitive contest and sending the ringside physicians and emergency medical personnel immediately into the ring.
After the fight, newly crowned heavyweight champion Tyson Fury entered the ring going face-to-face in a heated verbal exchange with Wilder, calling him out.
Wilder was not in a celebratory mood and said his concerns for Szpilka meant he was not in the mood for the confrontation with Fury.
Wilder explained "We risk our lives in there for your entertainment. I want to knock my opponents out, but not hurt them. I want them to be able to go home to their family.
When I knock him out and come back, it's going to bring my legacy even bigger than it is now. To be proven wrong, we're going to find out.
However, a week before the fight on May 14, it was reported that Povetkin had tested positive for the banned substance meldonium. Promoter Andrei Ryabinsky added that Povetkin did take meldonium in , but stopped before it was banned, and only "leftover traces of meldonium at a very low concentration 70 nanograms " were found in a blood sample given by the year-old last month.
Andrey Ryabinskiy, promoter for Povetkin, claimed the fight would take place at a later date. At the time, Arreola was not ranked by the WBC because he had tested positive for marijuana after his fight against Travis Kauffman.
His day suspension ended in March and was likely to re-enter the WBC rankings. The attendance at the arena was announced 11, Wilder dominated the entire fight with his sharp jab, which caused severe swelling to Arreola's left eye.
In the fourth round, Wilder connected with a heavy right cross that knocked Arreola down. After eight rounds, Arreola's cornermen informed the referee to stop the contest.
After the fight, Wilder stated he had broken his right hand and torn his biceps during the fight. Wilder was ahead 80—71, 80—71, and 79—72 on the scorecards at the time of stoppage.
According to CompuBox statistics, Wilder landed of punches 44 percent , and Arreola landed 52 of 28 percent. He would be back at the hospital soon, likely for two surgeries, one to repair each injury.
This ruled him out for the remainder of Wilder announced in November that he had fully recovered and was back in training following surgery. His return fight was scheduled to be in early Fury would not be considered as a voluntary due to being ranked at number 26 by the WBC, but Peter hoped Fury would be bumped into the top 15 after the WBC convention in December.
On December 21, , according to Wilder's manager Jay Deas, there were advance talks for a fight to take place on February 25, , at the Legacy Arena in Alabama against year-old two-time Polish heavyweight champion and former world title challenger Andrzej Wawrzyk , 19 KOs.
Terms were agreed to a day later as the date and venue were confirmed on December On December 29, Wilder spoke about the criticism, not believing Wawrzyk should be written off, stating, "I don't believe 'You're going to suck because I don't know you', that's just the ignorance of your average boxing fan I wish fans would stop criticizing fighters because it takes a lot to get in the ring.
On January 25, , it was reported that Wawrzyk had failed a drug test, ruling him out of the fight. With a month to go until the fight, Wilder was determined that he would find a replacement to fight him on short notice and not postpone the fight card.
In front of a hometown crowd of 12,, Wilder won by TKO in round five. Washington started off strong with power punches as Wilder moved around with jabs.
Midway through the fifth, Wilder got Washington against the ropes and landed a combination of power shots, the last shot being a left to the head of Washington, dropping him backwards against the ropes.
Washington recovered quickly on unsteady legs. The fight resumed, and Wilder unloaded heavy blows to Washington's head, eventually leading referee Michael Griffin to halt the fight at 1 minute and 45 seconds of the round.
I just kept calm and found my rhythm. I knew he was going to tire out, and when he did, I took advantage.
It was all about timing. I'm very smart in the ring when it comes to using different tactics. The bout was the most watched boxing match in the United States for , until the Thurman - Garcia unification fight drew 3.
Following the fight, there was an altercation between Wilder and Dominic Breazeale , who had knocked out Izuagbe Ugonoh on the undercard.
Breazeale claimed that Wilder and his entourage attacked him in front of his wife at the Westin Birmingham hotel.
This came after Breazeale supposedly had a fracas with Wilder's younger brother, Marsellos, at ringside during Wilder's fight.
According to sources, Don King , promoter of Bermane Stiverne, mandatory challenger for Wilder, had reported to be working out a step-a-side fee from Wilder and Ortiz's advisor Al Haymon.
Stiverne told Boxing Scene that Don King had not been given any permission to negotiate a step-a-side fee and he would work with his management team to ensure he challenges for the WBC title in his next fight.
The WBC treated this as failing a drug test. Ortiz for November 4, According to TheRing. Showtime revealed the card would include Daniel Jacobs as chief support.
A urine sample was taken on September 22 in Miami. Ortiz never informed VADA that he had been on medication.
Ortiz fight and ordered Wilder to fight mandatory Stiverne , 21 KOs. On fight night, in front of 10,, Wilder retained his WBC title with a commanding first-round knockout.
Wilder knocked Stiverne down three times before referee Arthur Mercante stopped the fight at of the round. Wilder started the fight using his jab to keep Stiverne at distance.Er war so ungeduldig, Ich glaube er war ein Teil davon. Deshalb will er den dritten nicht! Damit blieb Fury auch im Vereinigte Staaten Marlon Hayes.