Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury 2 fight: Results, highlights, undercard, winner, complete guide
Relive everything that happened in Las Vegas this week with our complete guide below
It's all over and we have a new WBC heavyweight champion of the world. Tyson Fury manhandled Deontay Wilder over seven grueling rounds before the "Bronze Bomber's" corner threw in the towel to declare Fury the winner. Fury outmatched Wilder in every way, dropping him multiple times in the fight and causing him to bleed out of his ear.
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In the end, the fight was a complete domination, nothing like the first bout. Wilder will now have 30 days to file for an immediate rematch and make a trilogy bout with Fury. But Fury may look to make a unification bout with Anthony Joshua, who currently holds the other three recognized heavyweight straps.
CBS Sports was with you the entire week of Wilder vs. Fury 2 with insights, analysis and everything you needed to get ready. Check out our complete coverage -- up through the towel being thrown in -- below.
Date: Saturday, Feb. 22 | Time: 9 p.m. ET (6 p.m. PT)
Location: MGM Grand Garden Arena -- Las Vegas
TV: ESPN+/FOX PPV | Price: $79.99
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Live stream: Fox Sports Go or ESPN+
Wilder vs. Fury fight card, results
Tyson Fury (c) def. Deontay Wilder via seventh-round TKO (corner stoppage)
Charles Martin def. Gerald Washington via sixth-round knockout
Emanuel Navarrete (c) def. Jeo Santisima via 11th-round TKO -- WBO super bantamweight title
Sebastian Fundora def. Daniel Lewis via unanimous decision (97-93, 98-92, 99-91)
Wilder vs. Fury fight news, information
- Brookhouse: from the heavyweight title rematch
- WATCH: in ring after winning bout
- LOOK: during fight
- to the ring
- in attendance for rematch
- on Saturday in Las Vegas
- Campbell: anything but smoke and mirrors
- at weigh ins
- make their picks for the rematch
- Brookhouse: to this complicated puzzle
- for in Las Vegas
- and prop bets
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