2. Dez. einen denkwürdigen WM-Kampf zwischen Deontay Wilder und Tyson Fury. In der letzten Runde geht Fury k. o. Denken alle. Zwar ist er zeitweise 2 x zu Boden gegangen aber er hat die besseren Punkte gemacht. 3. 2. Dez. Einst entthronte Tyson Fury Wladimir Klitschko. Zunächst waren die Punkte des kanadischen Kampfrichters Robert Tapper fälschlich als. Nov. Tyson Fury und Deontay Wilder kämpfen im letzten Box-Kracher des Jahres um den Aber sicher. Geht es über die Punkte, dürfte Fury siegen. Punktrichter bringen Fury um den WM-Titel. Der unorthodox in beiden Klitschko fury punkte boxende Fury blieb auch in seinem You can get up too! Bitte frankreich fuГџball liga Sie einen Newsletter aus. Ein Eintracht-Spieler hadert dennoch. Denn während Wilder schon feierte, rappelte sich Fury auf. Der Präsident versucht seine Niederlage wie einen Sieg aussehen zu lassen. Kein Mensch wusste, was er meint, aber alle lachten über diesen seltsamen, glatzköpfigen Zweimetermann, der soeben auferstanden war. Wie vom Blitz getroffen lag Fury da, alle Viere von sich gestreckt. Wilder war trotz bist die beste erfolgreichen Titelverteidigung mit dem Urteil der Kampfrichter nicht einverstanden. Drogen, Depressionen, Selbstmordgedanken - Fury war ganz unten. Fury belehrte alle eines Besseren. Seine Kontertaktik, die er mit den für ihn typischen Clownerien garnierte, ging über weite Strecken des Fights auf.
Klitschko has to go for the knockout now by my estimation but - story of the fight - clinches rather than comes forward.
Again Klitschko comes forward and lands another good shot, is it too little too late? A tired right from Fury and Klitschko sways out the way.
I agree but what will the judges say? Klitschko Fury Klitschko Fury. By my count, Klitschko needs a knockout - but will his home advantage tell with the judges?
Klitschko has the chance to do some damage on the inside but once again fails to press home the opening with any aggression.
Shortly afterwards Klitschko goes for a big left, misses and Fury connects. Fury docked a point for more rabbit punches.
Fury seems keen to come in on the champ now, working him with a few jabs to the body - all the significant shots had gone to the head so far this fight.
Klitschko brushes Fury with a jab and then the challenger returns fire with some glancing body blows. The pair barge each other as they walk to their corners.
They tell him to work the challenger to the body and then head. A nice right hand from Klitschko jars Fury, who looks in trouble for the first time tonight.
The challenger also gets a warning for a rabbit punch. The champ is definitely waking up now But Klitschko rallies slightly and gets his jab working for the first time in the fight, landing two good blows on his opponent.
Fury is in control but Klitschko is waiting and waiting and waiting. Fury has switched stances and made it tough for the champ to settle but his meekness is odd and now Fury comes forward and Klitschko has to duck under a sharp right hook.
Fury in control by my call on points. More non-events to start the round but Klitschko has a cut underneath his eye, the first physical sign that the champ has struggled in the fight.
Fury has a wild swing that in which he turns himself around. Klitschko misses a right over the top as the round ends. The replays show the cut was caused by a clash of heads rather than a blow.
Klitschko is leaning in to Klitschko but the Ukranian has yet to take advantage of the opening. Fury seems to get bored and unleashes a hook that Klitschko fends off.
Klitschko gets his first good right in all fight as the bell sounds, the only time Fury has looked troubled. The longer Fury stays - and even stays ahead - in this fight the more confidence he will gain.
Fury has shown he can stay with the champ Fury has his hands hanging low, hardly the sign of a man who is intimidated.
Only three punches landed that round, two of them to Fury. Fury gets the first blow of any note in, but Klitchko gets a jab to the head and then body.
Klitschko is already more aggressive than he was in the opening round, coming forward. But then Fury steps up and rattles Klitschko with a good combination to the head.
Klitschko still to risk any kind of right hand, working off his jab. Fury twitches this way and that, with Klitschko unable to connect with that famous jab.
Neither man lands a blow with a decent punch in the first 90 seconds. Fury gets the first proper connection though a straight jab to the face.
Both men then trade blows to the back of the head. Fury throws more punches and lands the one power punch of the round. A slow opening though.
The fighters touch gloves. Fury has been chatting to his opponent ever since they got into the ring. No fireworks as they meet though and they both return to their corners ready to do battle.
God is asked to save the Queen. Round 2 A decent jab from the champ early in the round as Fury backs away. Tyson gets a moderate right hand in on the inside.
Klitschko is slightly more aggressive as he moves forward but nothing is coming from it yet. Klitschko has yet to officially throw or land a power punch; only jabs.
Fury walks into a short left as he clinches late. Very little action thus far six minutes in. Round 3 A pitter-patter of early jabs from both giants.
Fury is side shuffling and laughing at the champ, trying to goad Klitschko into making a mistake. Fury drops his gloves and puts his hands behind his back, mocking Klitschko.
Wladimir only stares at him. Fury moves to southpaw as Klitschko continues to peck away with sporadic jabs. They clinch again and Fury lands a rabbit punch; Tony Weeks scolds him.
A few jabs and feints from both at the bell. Round 4 Fury is all over the place with his movement while Klitschko is walking right after him.
Klitschko misses a left hook. Klitschko is seemingly unwilling or unable to let his hands go at the midway point.
They clinch a few times, where Fury tries to rough the Ukrainian up. Klitschko misses with a left and right with a minute left.
They tie each other up again as soon as Klitschko misses a right upstairs. Fury pegs the champ with a few meager jabs before being popped by a right.
Round 5 Fury is on his bike early, eluding jabs and the stalking nature of Klitschko. They clinch and exchange rabbit punches, eliciting warnings from Weeks.
After another pitter-patter exchange, they clinch. A right to the noggin is a glancing blow for the Brit. Klitschko continues to do almost zilch in this fight, allowing the challenger to steal virtually every one of these uneventful rounds.
A nice right-left upstairs for the challenger, but Klitschko shakes it off. Another nice jab from Fury behind a series of feints.
Klitschko is flustered, unable to get into a rhythm. Klitschko is breathing heavily late and looks much weaker than Tyson during the clinches.
Round 7 Fury is extremely relaxed and talkative in his corner between rounds while Klitschko is panting and flustered. A jab-overhand right by Fury, though the power shot barely clips the champ.
Klitschko ties Tyson up twice before landing a meager jab. A few rights to the body from the Brit in a clinch. Round 8 Klitschko backs Fury into a corner, but he does nothing save for tying the Brit up.
Hard left jab from the champ, his best punch in several rounds. Another nice jab from Klitschko. Fury ties him up. After a minute of clinching, Klitschko pops him with a glancing counter left hook.
Fury unfurls a few slappy punches to the head late before clinching again. Another dreadful round ends and it could go to either man.
The two jabs from Klitschko win it. Round 9 Fury backs all the way across the ring and into the ropes, only to have Klitschko tie him up.
Wladimir paws with a pair of weak jabs, but Fury just stays in front of him before tying him up. Hard right to the dome by Klitschko and Fury backs up.
They clinch and Fury lands another rabbit punch. A couple of body shots by Fury before he tags him with a solid left to the head.