Tyson Fury remains undefeated with win over Deontay Wilder
Tyson Fury remains unbeaten — be in it in a boxing ring or in sports-entertainment.
The lineal heavyweight champion knocked off undefeated WBC Champion Deontay Wilder on Saturday in Las Vegas, improving to 30-0-1 with a seventh-round TKO.
Carried in on a throne in a befitting entrance, The Gypsy King emerged victorious from the rematch after a split draw in their first fight in 2018.
Fury won in his first WWE competition this past October, defeating Braun Strowman via Count-out after a massive right cross at Crown Jewel. The two forged a temporary union the next week to lay waste to The B-Team on SmackDown.
WWE Superstars congratulated Fury after Saturday's win, including Strowman.
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What a fight! Congratulations @gypsyking101 on a truly masterful and historic performance. Masters at their craft have that unique ability to make something incredibly difficult look fluid and seamless. And huge respect to the @bronzebomber and thank you both for being the best dance partners us fight fans could ever ask for. Keep singing your song, King 👑 and much love to you and your lovely family. #historymaking #worldchamp #undefeated #smoothisfast
Congratulations @Tyson_Fury Hell of a Display from start to Finish!! @BronzeBomber Nothing but RESPECT for not only how you competed tonight, but also the Class you Display before and after Battle...Two Championship people Won the hearts of many inside and outside of the Sport👏🏿— Titus O'Neil (@TitusONeilWWE) February 23, 2020