It's once again Tyson Fury's world. The "Gypsy King" retained his WBC and lineal heavyweight championships against Deontay Wilder with an 11th-round TKO on Saturday night in Las Vegas.

Fury got a much stiffer test than he saw in the rematch as the challenger dropped him twice in the fourth round and nearly finished him. But Fury managed to rally back and land the cleaner shots throughout the next few rounds before dropping Wilder in Round 10. While Wilder made it back to his feet to continue, it wouldn't be long before Fury put the finishing touches on the win with a thunderous right hand that caused the ref to instantly wave off the fight.

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Meanwhile, the undercard also delivered in its own way. Another rematch at heavyweight saw a similar result play out as Robert Helenius stopped Adam Kownacki in the sixth round to move closer to a title shot. The veteran shockingly stopped Kowancki back in March 2020 and needed to repeat the feat on Saturday to be considered a legitimate threat. Helenius battered Kownacki early and often, leading the Polish powerhouse to utilize dirty tactics, which he was eventually deducted a point for after multiple low blows. 

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Fury vs. Wilder 3 fight card, results

  • Tyson Fury (c) def Deontay Wilder via 11th-round TKO
  • Frank Sanchez def. Efe Ajagba via unanimous decision (97-92, 98-91, 98-91)
  • Robert Helenius def. Adam Kownacki via sixth-round TKO
  • Jared Anderson def. Vladimir Tereshkin via second-round TKO
  • Edgar Berlanga def. Marcelo Coceres via unanimous decision (96-93, 96-93, 96-93)
  • Vladimir Hernandez def. Julian Williams via split decision (94-96, 96-94, 97-93)

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