Boxing: Tyson Fury retains his title and his invincibility

The last fight of his career? Tyson Fury defeated Dillian White with an uppercut in London (United Kingdom) on Saturday. Thus the Briton maintains his invincibility and his WBC heavyweight belt.

At the legendary Wembley Stadium, the “Gypsy King” defeated his opponent by knockout in the sixth round. At the age of 33, he had announced on several occasions that he would be retiring after the shock.

“I think this is the veil of the end,” he said shortly after his victory. Statements to be taken with a grain of salt for a boxer with a record of 32 wins in 33 fights (one draw).

Facing his former teammate, Dillian White (34), Tyson Fury was able to use his size and incredible wingspan to ward off his opponent, who seemed clumsy and embarrassed.

promised to wife

In a choppy confrontation, he slowly knocked his challenger down, cut in the right eye after an accidental head-to-head collision, with flamboyant boxing if not clever. Then, as if out of nowhere, an uppercut of monumental power finally took off White at the end of the sixth round.

The challenger managed to get to his feet before staggering into the arms of the referee, which ended the fight.

World boxing superstar Tyson Fury, who has gone through a dark phase amid depression, suicidal thoughts and suspension for doping, believes he has nothing left to prove. Now he plans to “lay on the beach, drink pia coladas, drive Ferraris, and be on a boat.” All thanks to the $150 million in his bank account.

But it’s hard for boxing fans to believe that the “King of the Gypsies” could leave the ring for the goal of unification of all the world’s belts before the fight against Anthony Joshua or Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyak.

“I promised my wife Paris that after the third fight against (Deonte) Wilder, I was leaving, and I meant it,” he said. But I was given the opportunity to fight at home at Wembley and I was indebted to the English people for a fight at Wembley. Now it’s done.” Continues…

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