Since Lennox Lewis was confronted with Mike Tyson in 2002, the biggest heavy fight on American soil has been the WBC title of Deontay Wilder in an epic style clash with Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. champion Tyson Fury.
Wilder (40-0, 39 KO), each opponent in the ring stole. However, there were concerns that it benefited from mating against soft competition. Wilder was skeptical last March when Luis Ortiz entered a silencing squad in the championship. He will have to face the Brit, who is in a quest to unify the titles, but who is responsible for usurping the man who dominated the division for ten years.
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The Bomber Fury (27-0, 19 KO) offers a new challenge for Wilder because his style is different from the others he saw in the ring for the WBC champion. Returning in 2015, Fury ended the reign of Wladimir Klitschko at the summit of the sport and unanimously decided unanimously. Rather than continue to maintain its claim as the greatest weight of the era, however, Fury struggled with mental health issues and a typhoon that ended almost career-related. Fortunately, the Gypsy King saw the light at the end of the tunnel and secured a double victory over Francesco Pianeta and the Expeditionary Campaign during the 2018 comeback. Nor was it the caliber of the warrior with Wilder, and we'll have to see what happens when Brit tests himself against the Bronze Bomber.
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Wilder and Fury results
Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury, the battle of divided strife.
Results 115-111 Wilder, 114-110 Fury and 113-113. We have a split drawing.
Round 12: Wilder needs a Mary and one! Fury descends like a burlap. Somehow, he gets up. Unbelievable! Wilder wants to finish the job and he starts everything in Fury. Fury enters into a combination that strikes Wilder. Unreal! Fury survives the last bell. 10-8 Wilder (113-113)
Round 11: Wilder can't do anything. Anger, on the other hand, is brilliantly boxed. Who knew he could keep it for so long and survived? 10-9 Rage (105-103 Rage)
Round 10: Anger is the return of a monster. Pep went back to her name and broke Wilder's jabs and right hands. Wilder tries to start a desperate rush, but that's all Fury. 10-9 anger (95-94 rage)
Round 9: Nowhere, Wilder sends Fury down to a right hand! Fury barely makes it, but he gets a big right hand that dazes Wilder. Wilder looks tired when it's a fight but Fury gets his mind. 10-8 Wilder (85-85)
Round 8: Fury is taking the fight. His jazz stays clear and finds his target. Wilder has no plans. B did a terrible job of setting up his right hand and played towards Fury's hands. A triple sled and the right hand shortens Wilder towards the end of the tour. 10-9 Rage (77-75 Rage)
Round 7: Wilder blamed it, but still Fury avoids any damage. But the jury of Fury and a right hand cleans the soil. Wilder's eyes are swollen and he can start to desperate. 10-9 outrage (67-66 rage)
Round 6: Fury fights against Wilder's fight. The exit is going down but a combination of Fury is the best moment of the tour. These tours are very close to the guise of a movement from both sides. 10-9 Anger (57-57)
Round 5: Nothing is a slower tour than anything big. Fury is not doing enough, and this tour could have given Wilder a. 10-9 Wilder (48-47 Wilder)
Round 4: Fury did an excellent job saying away from the big right hand. However, his work rate is falling. Using the Wilder Jab and taking a tour down to a beautiful upper left is enough. 10-9 Wilder (38-38)
Round 3: Not a lot, but the aggression of the Wilder's jab and body shots probably took him. Fury plays head games that may be a late problem. 10-9 Wilder (29-28 Rage)
2nd circuit: Wilder spends a time describing the Fury puzzle. Anger, a few stiff body shots and a hook right around Wilder's gloves. Wilder's working on the jab, but he can't find the target. 10-9 anger (20-18 rage).
1st Round: When Wilder searches for big bombs, Fury is dancing. Wilder turns to a hard left but Fury is not affected. Fury is a Wilder tour until a BOMB leans Wilder towards the end of the tour. 10-9 anger.
11:46: Deontay Wilder with epic entry. Rapper Jay Rock, with fireworks "Win", a brass section in the crowd, and Wilder's wearing a masked crown. All the theaters.
11:38.: Fury goes to the ring for a MASSIVE clap. The British traveled for this fight and felt their presence. The energy here is crazy.
11:30: Celebrities are returning and we are a few minutes away from the main event. He's playing the arena. The British are singing. The time.
Jarrett Hurd breaks Jason Welborn with a body kick in round 4
11:07.: Welborn rises through the crowd while blowing up Hurd. But when people thought Hurd was in trouble, it was all because the championship was waiting for Welborn to consume him and opened his ass all over. Powerborn & # 39; s salvo & # 39; water ended with a justified hook against the body, reducing the Welborn to 10 points. Then Jermell stepped on the ring to challenge Charlo Hurd. Two changes before you leave. The conflict between the two in 2019 could have been one of the most anticipated indicators of the year.
It's 11:00. Hurd said earlier in the week that he wanted to show the world that he was just a pressure fighter against Welborn. After two rounds we were boxed, defensive and moved. It shouldn't be much longer than when you press Welborn to get out of here.
10:49.: California rapper Play the song "Dreams" while Hurd comes out. There is a lot of California love from Hurd, who also has the colors of the Los Angeles Lakers.
10:39. The accompanying event will end with Jarrett Hurd's (22-0, 15 KO), WBA, IBF and IBO middle class players defending against Jason Welborn (24-6, 7 KO). This should not be remote competitive.
Luis Ortiz headed for a TKO at the 10th round of Travis Kauffman.
10:29.: To measure it well, Ortiz dropped Kauffman with another left hand in the 10th round. All the fight was one way traffic. If Kauffman did anything, he proves he can go crazy. Ortiz is enough at the end and Kauffman is blocking it with a ruthless power show. The referee allowed Kauffman to eat four or four punches, but finally stopped recovering in 1: 58.
10:18.: Another left hand from the left leaves Kauffman in the eighth round. Another warrior would fill him, but Kauffman immediately turned to his feet. I didn't win a single round, but I was determined to drive up the last ring.
At 10:13.In the sixth round, a hard left hand of Ortiz put Kauffman on the ground first. "King Kong" thought it was over and started celebrating. But Kauffman turned to his feet with a smile on his face. Somehow, he survived that round.
10:05.: After five rounds, Kauffman is doing a lot more than mugging and posing in front of Ortiz. Something he didn't do? Struggle.
9:56 in the morning.After two rounds, Luis Ortiz is in control against Travis Kauffman. It's only a matter of time before "King Kong" ends the fight. If this happens, a lot of interruption is experienced before the joint activity.
9:42 in the morning. We kill time between fights. So far, Rosie Perez, Desus & Mero, Terence Crawford, Erislandy Lara, Badou Jack and Shawn Porter have all been seen in the Staples Center for the lower card. Word, LeBron James, Kobe Bryant and Magic Johnson will all be here. Denzel Washington is on the famous guest list.
9:31 in the morning.On the spot Travis "Kalaman" (32-2 23 KO) taking Luis "King Kong" Ortiz (29-1, 25 KO). Ortiz is trying to make a statement and put his name back in a heavy title mix. After giving Wilder everything he can do earlier this year, Wilder deserves to join the mix.
Joe Joyce needs only one topple to overthrow Joe Hanks.
9:22 this morning.: It was fast. Joe Joyce destroyed Joe Hanks in the first round. Joyce caught Hanks with a chop that clearly injured Hanks, but it seemed as though he was playing. It wasn't him. It hurts. Joyce invited him back to the center of the ring and took Hanks out of poverty by his left hook.
9:14 in the morning. The Wilder-Fury PPV broadcast, the 2016 Olympic silver medalist, is beating against Joe Hanks & # 39; a (23-2, 15 KO) with Joe Joyce (6-0, 6 KO). Joyce may be a legal threat to the highest level of heavyweight. Professional relaxation is mandatory. I still have some robotic amateur elements, but the power is real and so is the ability.
Oleksandr Gvozdyk overthrew Adonis Stevenson to catch WBC lightweight heavyweight championship
8:57: Gvozdyk def. Stevenson by Stevenson in the 11th round to win the Witch light heavy title. Gvozdyk ranks 11th, sending Stevenson to the ropes with a right hand and then a left hand. Gvozdyk threw his right hand, shaking Stevenson. Gvozdyk smelled blood. He waved Stevenson with another right-hand, then poured it in a vicious combination to send Stevenson down and out to catch the WBC crown.
8:51 in the morning. Stevenson needed a rally on the 10th lap. It appeared when he sent Gvozdyk to the ropes with his left hand. Gvozdyk held him to protect him. Gvozdyk is back with a two-stroke combination, and then a five-shot combination to complete the moments. Can Stevenson rally in the last two rounds?
8:45 in the morning. Gvozdyk is in a clinic. Along with the crowd who said “Superman ab to begin the eighth stand, Gvozdyk was not disturbed by this. He made his move, remained on Stevenson's field and continued throwing only the combinations, pulled out of the way and then burst his right hand in the middle.
8:42 in the morning. Gvozdyk learned what he did at the end of the sixth month and applied it to seventh, and he stepped out and entered another combination. He was throwing three, four punch combos, and then he moved to the side so that Stevenson wouldn't let him blow up with a straight left hand. When he stands there, he misses Stevenson. Stevenson is back in the heavy breathing corner, so watch out for the next rounds.
8:37 in the morning. Stevenson did a little more work in the sixth round. I tried to run the body and followed up with a left on the top floor. Gvozdyk combined the three-stroke combination of the explosion and made a pause in the small momentum at the end of the round.
8:30 am in the afternoon: In the fourth round, Gvozdyk continues the momentum, which combines a series of four and five punches and descends to the right in the middle on more than one occasion. At this point, Stevenson became a fixed target and only one left hand at a time.
8:24 in the morning. Gvozdyk grabbed Stevenson with his right hand, but the ref named him a receipt.
Showtime starts with Adonis Stevenson, with Oleksandr Gvozdyk from the Quebec City Center Videotron.
Sporting News will provide live broadcasts and results at the Staples Center when the motherboard starts at 9:00.
Wilder and Fury fighting card
- Wilder vs. Wilson Tyson Fury
- Hurd & Jason Welborn for Hurd & # 39; s IBF / WBA Junior Middleweight title
- Luis Ortiz and Travis Kauffman; heavy balls
- Joe Joyce and Joe Hanks; heavy balls
- Alfredo Angulo etc. TBA; Super Medium Weights
- Julian Williams and Javier Francisco Castro; Junior Middleweights
- Empty IBF Strawweight Headboard for Mark Barriga vs Carlos Licona
- Chris Arreola and Maurenzo Smith; heavy balls
- Robert Guerrero and Adam Mate; Welterweights
- Marsellos Wilder etc. David Damore; Cruiserweights
- Isaac Lowe etc. Luis Rafael Baez; Featherweights
- Jesse Rodriguez and Alex Aragon; Junior Flyweights
- Anthony Yarde and TBA; Light Weights
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