Britain’s Tyson Fury defeated American boxer Deontay Wilder of Alabama on Saturday night in Las Vegas to capture the WBC heavyweight title.
Fury, whose previous fight with Wilder, in Los Angeles in 2018, ended in a draw, knocked down Wilder in the third and fifth rounds — and dominated the bout until Wilder’s team threw in the towel during the seventh round, according to the Associated Press.
Video posted on social media appeared to show Fury trying to lick blood off Wilder’s neck during the fight.
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The loss — in Wilder’s 11th defense of the championship he won in 2015 — was his first in 44 fights, the AP reported.
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