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Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3: height, statistics, titles, honors, records and KOs

Two weeks ago the boxing world was stopped by a heavyweight bout. Usyk is the owner of three of the four crowns in the category. This Saturday,

Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3: height, statistics, titles, honors, records and KOs


Two weeks ago the boxing world was stopped by a heavyweight bout. Usyk is the owner of three of the four crowns in the category. This Saturday, that fourth belt will be up for grabs in a highly anticipated fight.

Tyson Fury: 30-0-1, 21 KO

Tyson Fury is honored to be the only heavyweight today to have been champion of the world by all four major boxing bodies. Klitschko won the WBA, IBF and WBO belts and Wilder won the WBC. Therefore, he is a two-time world champion. This is his first defense in the ring. The first time he left his seatbelts in the office.

  • Birth: Manchester (United Kingdom)
  • Win percentage by KO: 67.74%
  • World title fights: Three (two wins and one void)
  • Last fight: February 22, 2020. It was the second fight against Wilder and he won the WBC World Heavyweight Championship.

Deontay Wilder: 42-1-1, 41 KO

Wilder is one of the boxers who has managed to be world champion perhaps with less technique, but he has one thing that has been key in his career: the punch. With her he has solved many battles that he had very complicated. He was world champion from January 2015 to February 2020. In that time he made ten defenses and only gave up in the last one. Historical fighter numbers. In addition to the rented field, Wilder was an outstanding amateur. They call him the ‘Bronze Bomber’ because in Beijing 2008 he won the medal for that metal.

  • Name: Deontay Leshun Wilder.
  • Birth: Tuscaloosa (Alabama, United States)
  • Win percentage by KO: 93.18%
  • World title fights: Twelve (ten wins, one loss, and one void).
  • Last fight: On February 22, 2020. It was the second fight against Fury and he lost the WBC World Heavyweight Championship.