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Photos: Fury Survives Knockdown, Gets KO Mega Gallery

By Luke Furman, photos by bokser.org

Madison Square Garden, New York City - Heavyweight bomber Tyson Fury (21-0, 15 KOs) made his American debut with an exciting come from behind knockout of former cruiserweight king Steve Cunningham (25-6, 12 KO) in an IBF semi-eliminator. Fury was dropped hard in the second round and also lost a point for an intentional headbutt. He was behind on the cards when caught Cunningham along the ropes with a big shot that decked the former champ for the full count.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by TyrantT316 on 04-22-2013

[QUOTE=mcashflo;13279925]Tyson = intimidating ,Fury = intimidating ,Tyson + Fury = non-intimidating dorky white guy[/QUOTE] :boxing: End thread.

Comment by Alx. on 04-22-2013

cunningham made him look like crap, fury would get sparked by either klitschko it's not even funny

Comment by Bazinga! on 04-22-2013

[QUOTE=ChestRockwell;13278196]Anyone buying this Tyson Fury hype is f*cking retarded. He is garbage. I wasn't even really a fan of Cunningham but now I am. Simply because he made Fury look like a *****. He dropped him and Fury was hurt…

Comment by mcashflo on 04-22-2013

Tyson = intimidating ,Fury = intimidating ,Tyson + Fury = non-intimidating dorky white guy

Comment by Jim Ross on 04-22-2013

All the usual hateful retards have attended thus far, pathetic

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