Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3 LIVE RESULTS: Bronze Bomber in HOSPITAL as Gypsy King survives TWO knockdowns to win epic

TYSON FURY has stopped Deontay Wilder with a brutal 11th-round K.O in a thriller to conclude their heavyweight trilogy.

In a truly unbelievable third round, Fury dropped Wilder before being dropped TWICEhimself.

And the Bronze Bomber would be knocked to the ground four times before eventually succumbing to defeat and getting taken to hospital.

Fury roared: "Like the great John Wayne said I am made from pig iron and steel baby!

"I was down a couple of times and hurt and Wilder is a tough man too after he got up a few times too.

"It was a great fight tonight, worthy of any trilogy in the sport, I always said I am the first best and he is second.

"But I went over to show love and respect and he didn’t want it to so I will pray for him."

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  • Joshua Mbu

    WHO'S NEXT?

    Now Wilder is in the rear-view mirror, who's next for Tyson Fury?

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    RED DEVIL

    Praise has been pouring in for Tyson Fury after his epic victory in round eleven against Deontay Wilder.

    But one of the tweets that will delight lifelong Man Utd fan Tyson Fury the most comes from former Red Devils captain Gary Neville.

    GNev wrote: "OMG how good are you @Tyson_Fury! A absolute Giant!"

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    STOOL SAMPLE

    Nobody can ever accuse Tyson Fury of lacking confidence.

    And he must have been pretty confident of victory to use this 'Big Dosser' stool against Wilder between rounds.

    There were times when Wilder looked like he might make the Gypsy King eat his words, particularly when he knocked him down twice in round three.

    But Fury composed himself to deliver an eleventh round knockout in Vegas.

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    HEAVY GOING

    Tyson Fury weighed in at his heaviest ever weight before knocking out Wilder in eleven rounds.

    And after the fight, he said: "I'm the big dog in the division.

    "I'm probably one of the heaviest heavyweight champions in history. 277 pounds!

    "But, you know I was fit. I was strong in there and I felt good.

    "So we'll just see what today brings and tomorrow as well."

  • Joshua Mbu

    'YOU'RE NEVER DONE'

    Piers Morgan has congratulated both Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder on Twitter.

    The Brit – who hosted both on GMB during the build-up to their first fight – said: "What. A. Fight.

    "Two absolute warriors with hearts of a gazillion lions. Congrats Champ @Tyson_Fury on a magnificent win – I thought you were done in the 4th, but you’re never done.

    "And huge credit to @BronzeBomber – unbelievable guts right to the end. An epic battle."

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    JOSH THE TICKET?

    The Battle of Britain between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua looks further away than ever.

    But imagine Joshua and Wilder slugging it out…

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    SHEAR BRILLIANCE

    After a great week for his beloved Newcastle, Alan Shearer looks like he was a keen viewer of Tyson Fury's fight with Deontay Wilder.

    And the Toon and England legend loved what he saw from the Gypsy King.

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    'I WILL PRAY FOR HIM'

    Tyson Fury has promised to pray to God to offer Deontay Wilder some humility after he successfully defended his WBC heavyweight title against the Bronze Bomber.

    Fury said: “Wilder is a top fighter, he gave me a real run for my money tonight.

    “It was a great fight tonight, worthy of any trilogy in the sport.

    “I always said I am the best in the world and he is second.

    “But I went over to show love and respect and he didn’t want it to so I will pray for him.

    “Wilder has no love for me because I have beaten him three times.

    “But I am a sportsman and I went over to him to show him some love and respect and he did not want to give it back.

    “That’s his problem, I will pray for him and hopefully God will soften his heart.”

  • Joshua Mbu

    WILD CLAIMS 

    Tyson Fury was given extra seconds to recover from his knockdowns according to Deontay Wilder fans, writes KEALAN HUGHES.

    The Gypsy King was floored twice in the fourth round before recovering and landing a knockout blow in the 11th.

    But fans of the American have claimed Fury was given a slow count.

    It is not the first time such accusations have been made, with some suggesting the Brit received a slow count when he miraculously recovered from a 12th-round knockdown in the pair's first meeting.

    One video posted online appears to show Fury fall to the canvas and get up ten seconds later – with the referee only counting up to seven seconds in that period.

    Fury took time to compose himself, lying flat on the ring, before getting back up.

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    'I CAN BEAT THEM ALL'

    In the build-up to Fury's fight with Wilder, he said he wasn't worried about facing Whyte or Wallin next.

    The Gypsy King commented: “Just for the record, I can beat them all. Every single one of them put together.

    “They can’t beat me, none of them can beat me.”

    But promoter Bob Arum has backed Sweden's Otto Wallin to beat the Body Snatcher in three weeks and set up a rematch with Fury following defeat in 2019.

    Arum said: “Last time he [Whyte] was mandatory, he fought Alexander Povetkin and got knocked on his a**.

    “Let me tell you, this Wallin is a hell of a fighter and I look for Wallin to clearly beat Whyte, so I’m not even taking it into consideration.

    “I don’t think Whyte gets by Wallin. Wallin’s a really good fighter and I don’t think Whyte’s a good fighter.”

    Tyson Fury is set to fight Dillian Whyte or Otto Wallin next
  • Joshua Mbu

    FEEL TYSON'S FURY

    Frank Warren has labelled Tyson Fury 'the best' heavyweight boxer of his era.

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    THE TIME IS WHYTE

    What a difference two weeks makes!

    We looked all set for a Battle of Britain between Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua to decide who would become undisputed heavyweight champion of the world.

    However, Oleksandr Usyk is now the man to beat if Fury wants that gong after the Ukrainian outclassed AJ at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium a fortnight ago.

    With Joshua exercising his rematch clause and set to face Usyk again it seems like we'll be waiting a while before either gets around to fighting Fury.

    And that means mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte is likely to get his chance after almost two years of waiting.

    That is, unless the Brixton fighter is stunned by Sweden's Otto Wallin, who Fury uncomfortably beat in 2019.

    Whyte and Wallin face off on October 30 in what should be a fascinating bout.

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    ROCK SOLID

    Diehard WWE fan Tyson Fury looks like he can count Dwayne 'The Rock Johnson' among his fans after that performance.

    The wrestling legend turned actor tweeted: "That was one of the greatest fights I’ve ever seen.

    "And #1 is undefeated going in. Congrats to my friend & champion @Tyson_Fury.

    "What a beautiful & resilient performance. What a “on the shield” heart @BronzeBomber has.

    "I was inspired tonight by both men."

  • Joshua Mbu

    TOP OF THE RANKINGS

    Tyson Fury turned up to the post Deontay Wilder fight press conference with trainer SugarHill Steward SHIRTLESS.

    The Gypsy King continued his unbeaten run overnight as he knocked out his American rival in the eleventh-round.

    It came after an epic back-and-forth battle which saw both men on the canvas more than once.

    And Fury decided to turn up to talk to the media without a top on and his WBC belt around his waist.

    Meanwhile, Steward decided to join his fighter shirtless following wild dressing room celebrations.

    The 44-year-old also had one of the Brit's straps over his shoulder, the prestigious Ring Magazine belt.

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    SCORES SETTLED

    The scorecards for Tyson Fury's epic trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder have been revealed – with some bizarre results, writes DAN CUTTS.

    The heavyweight rivals battled hard for the WBC world title overnight at the T-Mobile Arena, Las Vegas.

    The Gypsy King came out on top again, putting an end to their feud with an astonishing eleventh-round KO.

    But the scorecards at the time of the stoppage make for interesting reading, and some odd decisions by the judges.

    Each one rightly had the Brit winning on the cards by the eleventh-round after three knockdowns in the bout.

    Dave Moretti had it 95-91, Tim Cheatham closer at 94-92 and Steve Weisfeld at 95-92.

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    WILDER HOSPITAL TRIP

    Deontay Wilder was taken to the hospital as a precaution after he was brutally knocked out in the 11th round.

    Wilder said: "I did my best, but it wasn’t good enough tonight.

    "I’m not sure what happened. I know that in training he did certain things, and I also knew that he didn’t come in at 277 pounds to be a ballet dancer.

    "He came to lean on me, try to rough me up and he succeeded."

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    FURY'S THOUGHTS ON FIGHTING USYK

    WBC champ Tyson Fury is seemingly in no rush to have a unification fight with newly-crowned unified champ Oleksandr Usyk.

    In the post-fight presser, he said: "We will see, I have just earned a break.

    "I have been home two weeks in six months so I am going to bask in this victory.

    "I am the big dog in this division. One of the heaviest in history at 277lbs.
    We will just see what tomorrow brings."

  • Joshua Mbu

    WILD DISPLAY

    Wilder went down fighting.

  • Chisanga Malata

    FURY POO POOS RETIREMENT TALK

    "I am going to go out and have a few drinks and relax. After fight two i went to bed, flew home and went home."

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    MORE FROM FURY

    Tyson Fury has further reflected on his stoppage of Deontay Wilder in the post-fight press conference.

    He said: "I haven't had a chance to look at it [the fight] but we were both down a couple of times, it could have gone either way but when the chips are down I never let anyone down.

    "Whatever is written in the stars will be. It was a great time but I have only been home two weeks in the last six months, hardly seen my daughter but I don;t make excuses.

    "I am going home now to spend some time with my wife and kids.

    "You play with water you get way, play with fire and you get burned, I was caught twice, but I knew I would get him back and I did, he shook me and put me down but I got back and that is life.

    "You have to keep moving forward and fighting because nothing is easy.

    "You have to sacrifice and push forward and I have shown again that you can believe anything you want if you want to work for it."

  • Chisanga Malata

    FRANK WARREN DELIGHTED

    Tyson Fury's promoter Frank Warren has reacted to the Gypsy King's sensational stoppage of Deontay Wilder: "The best heavyweight fight I have ever seen

    "Two warriors who gave everything. My only regret is no Brits even though the atmosphere was great.

    "He is the standout heavyweight of his generation bar none.

    "I have seen him box better, but his heart and bravery is amazing but he is an amazing person and athlete.

    "But also Deontay wilder because it took two guys to make this fight tonight."

  • Chisanga Malata

    CURSE BROKEN

    Tyson Fury broken the dreaded Versace robe curses with his victory over Deontay Wilder.

    MMA's Conor McGregor, Jorge Masvidal, Israel Adesanya and boxer Billy Joe Saunders all suffered defeats after donning the £395 dressing gown.

    But not Fury. Consider the curse broken.

     

  • Chisanga Malata

    'DON'T EVER DOUBT ME'

    Tyson Fury took to Twitter immediately after getting back to his dressing room.

    And he had a message for his detractors.

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    LENNOX REACTS

    Just look at how impressed former undisputed heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis was by Tyson Fury's emphatic finish.

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    JAKE PAUL REACTS

    Jake Paul – who is trying to fight Tyson Fury's brother Tommy – has jokingly reacted to the Gypsy King's sensational stoppage of Deontay Wilder.

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