Rückkampf zwischen Fury und Wilder wegen Corona verlegt. Tinte trocken: Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder am 1. Dezember. Im Dezember trafen Deontay Wilder und Tyson Fury zum ersten Mal aufeinander. und Wilder während ihres ersten Kampfes am 1. Er ist nach 31 Kämpfen als Profiboxer noch ungeschlagen. Inhaltsverzeichnis. 1 Leben; 2 Amateurkarriere; 3.
Deontay Wilder - Tyson Fury live im TV und im LivestreamAm 1. Dezember hatten Wilder und Fury sich bereits einen packenden Fight geliefert, der damals in einem kontroversen Unentschieden. Der WM-Showdown im Schwergewicht zwischen WBC-Champ Deontay Wilder (, 39 K.o.) und Ex-Weltmeister Tyson Fury (, 19 K.o.) im Staples. Das 1. Duell hatte ohne Sieger geendet. Wilder und Fury sind als Profi beide unbesiegt; Wilders Bilanz: 42 Siege (41 K.o.), 1 Remis.
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We trained nonstop for 14 months to get him prepared pretty much every day. And also I do believe that it was an act of God as well.
Reiss: I thought Fury was trying to implore me to not stop this fight, that he was fine when he put his hands on my shoulders. But I didn't want it to appear that he was leaning on me, and that's another reason I made him walk.
If, God forbid, I let him go, there's a 6-foot-7, pound tornado about to come bearing down on him. If he gets knocked out or hurt, people will say, "Jack Reiss is an a--hole, Jack Reiss should have stopped the fight, boxing is unsafe.
Deas: Once he got up and Jack started giving him the directions to go left, go right, which we know that's the rule in California -- it's actually a good rule, but it does give you more time to recover.
By that point, he was responding. I didn't think he was going to wave the fight off unless Fury stumbled or something like that.
At that point, I thought, "OK, we need to go and finish the job. Fury: Reiss was looking at me like, "Are you OK? Like, you just took massive punches.
I looked straight in his eyes and said, "I'm OK. One thing I've always been taught in boxing is if you go down, you have to make sure the referee knows you're OK to continue because at the end of the day, that's the referee's job: to take the safety of both fighters into account.
When the fight resumed, Wilder went into all-out attack mode in an effort to finish Fury, cornering him and landing several heavy shots.
But Fury survived and roared back, even stunning Wilder with a right hand. Fury seemed to have cleared the cobwebs from the knockdown, as he was bouncing on his toes and even put his hands behind his back and taunted Wilder with 80 seconds left.
As the second warning sounded, Fury was bouncing up and down, and Wilder missed with a big right hand and a left hook at the final bell. They each raised their arms, believing they had won.
Fury climbed the ring post, Wilder hugged Deas, and Wilder and Fury eventually had a long embrace before the scores were read.
Davison: I know that Wilder's a formidable finisher, so I'm assessing Tyson and trying to take every little detail in that I can in that last round.
I remember a massive left hook landing, and I thought, "Oh, do I need to take action here? Deas: Deontay hit him with some shots and backed him up to the ropes and threw an overhand right, and it missed by mere centimeters.
It wasn't that Fury dodged it. It was just that Deontay was just a hair -- and I mean a hair -- short on the punch. If it had landed, Fury would have fallen right on his face, and it would have been over.
Fury: The referee was nowhere near stopping the fight. I wasn't hurt. I wasn't hurt at all. Even when he caught me, after he knocked me down, I wasn't shook up.
I wasn't even hurt. It was like I was bulletproof. The shots were ricocheting off me. Davison: I remember shouting out to Tyson and saying, "Grab hold of him.
Whatever the ref's doing, it doesn't matter. Do not let him go! Deas: Deontay missed the shot, and Fury grabbed him, and when he grabbed him, I thought, "Man, there went our moment.
We were on the verge of finishing this thing, but now he's found a way to get through this moment. I thought a real significant moment was that moment right there.
Wilder: I didn't know how much time was on the clock. We were just giving them a show. I'm finishing strong, as I was instructed.
Reiss: Any time there's a hard knockdown, where I believe a guy has taken a good shot, when they get up, I change my distance. I stay very close to the action so I can jump in because the percentages are the guy is going to get knocked out.
So if you watch it again, you'll see that instead of being 5, 6 feet away, I was right on top of the action. I wasn't thinking about stopping it.
Fury was in full control of his body. This is what big-time boxing is all about -- the best must fight the best. I appreciate all the fans that came out and supported the show, and I hope that everyone gets home safely.
At the time of the stoppage, Fury led on two scorecards -- a shutout despite the point deduction -- and on the third. ESPN also had Fury leading You can listen to all the interviews I did.
Next time, people will listen to me. Fury's dominance was reflected in the CompuBox statistics. Wilder has 30 days to exercise his option for an immediate rematch, for which it would be a split in Fury's favor.
He had a great performance, and we will be back stronger," Wilder said, seemingly indicating he wants to go for a third fight. But I will say, the king has returned to the top of the throne.
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Down with 30 seconds left in the round! Wilder back on his feet. Wilder definitely hurt. Fury 30, Tyson Referee warning both fighters to keep it clean.
Wilder hits the canvas! And Fury hits Wilder with another punishing shot to the body. Fury putting on a clinic here. Wilder looking understandably cautious.
Fury 40, Wilder Fury delivers again! Big right hand and more to follow. Wilder unsteady. Fury chopping away with his right hand.
The weigh in took place on November 30, on a made platform outside the Los Angeles Convention Center. The weight was only 2 pounds less than he weighed in August against Francisco Pianeta, but he looked leaner.
For his last bout, Wilder weighed pounds, however it was cited that Wilder suffered from an illness during his training camp.
The remaining two televised cards were Joe Joyce vs. Joe Hanks and Luis Ortiz vs. Travis Kauffman. As both were heavyweight bouts, the boxers did not need to make weight.
Ortiz stepped on the scales at pounds and Kauffman weighed pounds. Both boxers would see this increase to their base purses after receiving their percentages from pay-per-view revenue.
In front of a crowd of 17, at the Staples Center,  Wilder and Fury fought a round split decision draw, meaning Wilder retained his WBC title.
The crowd booed at the decision. Fury, using his unorthodox stance, spent much of the fight using upper and lower-body movement to avoid Wilder's big shots and stay out of range.
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.
So 7 rounds for Fury and 5 for Wilder. Fury definitely won rounds 3 and Wilder definitely won rounds 9 and The other 8-any of….