Sunday 29 November 2015

Fury shocks Klitschko to win heavyweight world titles with unanimous points win over long reigning champion

Tyson Fury is the heavyweight champion of the world after defeating Wladimir Klitschko at
The Gypsy King of England is amazingly, wonderfully, sensationally - and tearfully - the new heavyweight champion of the world. Tyson Fury ended the decade long reign of the great Wladimir Klitschko with a display of astonishing nerve and virtuosity - 

After picking up his three belts, Fury could now look to the prospect of a unification bout with holder of the WBC title, Deontay Wilder

just as he said he would. The 27-year-old Mancunian giant made the near-40 Klitschko look slow and old with elusive daring, his impudent taunting and, above all, with his quickness of hand and foot. But it wasn't simply the Ukrainian hitting the age barrier which has opened a rich world of opportunity to the man who would be happier living in a traveller's caravan than a mansion. As is his custom, Fury burst into song in the ring after winning. What preceded that refrain was a phenomenal effort and a richly deserved triumph against heavy betting odds.
In Round 9 Klitschko made an error after turning his back to the challenger in the most exciting round of the fight so far

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