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Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder Rematch - Official Scorecards

MGM Grand, Las Vegas - In the highly anticipated rematch for the WBC heavyweight title, Tyson Fury (30-0-1, 21 KOs) made a statement by dropping Deontay Wilder (42-1-1, 41 KOs) twice to secure a seventh round stoppage. (photos by Mikey Williams, Ryan Hafey)

The first contest, which took place in December 2018, saw the bout end in a controversial twelve round split draw.

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Fury was coming forward in the first round. Wilder was on the back-foot, but soon came forward and was looking for the big shots. Fury was also looking for big shots. Wilder landed hard jab, which was the best shot of the round.

The hard jab continued for Fury in the second. Wilder was missing the right hand and Fury was able to connect hard. In the third, Fury was landing with solid punches that were giving Wilder issues. At the end of the round, Wilder was dropped by a hard shot. Wilder got up on unsteady legs, but it made it out.

After controlling the fourth, Fury went right after Wilder in the fifth. Fury dropped him for a second time, with a shot to the body. Also during the fifth, there was a point taken from Fury for hitting on the break.

Fury controlled Wilder in the sixth. Wilder's left ear was bleeding pretty bad and it may have been a busted ear drum. In the seventh round, Wilder was getting worked over and the fight was waved off when the towel came in from Wilder's corner.

User Comments and Feedback
Comment by NC Uppercut on 02-23-2020

I can see Feldman giving the 2nd round to Wilder. It was extremely close. That’s the only round that Wilder did land anything of any significance, regardless of how insignificant it really may have been. That’s what gave Fury the…

Comment by Oshio on 02-23-2020

Now Wilder is feeling the pain he has always promised his opponents. I hope he will not go deaf on one ear. My prayers are with him

Comment by PunchyPotorff on 02-23-2020

IMO Feldman and Atlas giving Wilder round 2 was just a 'mercy score'. They both knew he was getting demolished. This isn't rocket science after all. Look at the last part of the round and get back with me as…

Comment by b morph on 02-23-2020

Fight was competitive up until the first KD. That punch to the ear clearly was the game changer and threw Wilders equilibrium off, which is why his balance and legs were absolutely gone from that point on. Good, clean punch…

Comment by Sane Man on 02-23-2020

Teddy Atlas gave round 2 to Wilder too. Make of that what you will.

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