Boxing: The last uppercut and fury leave the front door

Uppercuts and KOs from elsewhere. Tyson Fury slammed Dillian White in London on Saturday to keep his invincibility and his WBC heavyweight belt in a sixth-round knockout in the final game of his career as the “Gypsy King” after the battle.

Uppercuts and KOs from elsewhere. Tyson Fury slammed Dillian White in London on Saturday to keep his invincibility and his WBC heavyweight belt in a sixth-round knockout in the final game of his career as the “Gypsy King” after the battle.

Fury, 33, is a favorite in the game and has reiterated in recent weeks that he will retire after the conflict. “I think it’s the end of the Gypsy King,” he said immediately after the win.

But more often than not, British assertions are eccentric and whimsical, to be understood with tweezers.

In any case, the 206-meter giant thrilled the 90,000 or so spectators at Wembley Stadium on Saturday and raised his invincible record to 33 (a draw).

The temple of English football is the scene of a great boxing moment, Fury’s first fight in his country since 2018 and his fight with American Deontay Wilder since the end of the dantesque trilogy The first fight, the latter will remain the most beautiful page in the history of aristocratic art in the world.

Britain’s Tyson Fury retains the WBC heavyweight belt by defeating compatriot Dillian White in a sixth-round knockout at Wembley Stadium in London on April 23, 2022.

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Relaxing as usual – he wore his underwear to cheer on his sparring partner who fought earlier in the evening – Tyson Fury entered at 11:00pm in a huge nightclub atmosphere.

The day after a surprising holiday trade-off between the two rivals, he stepped into the ring illuminated by thousands of cellphones to the tune of “American Pie,” his classic by Don McLean (Don McLean), his original work in translation.

– reverence –

Opposite, 34-year-old Dillian Whyte, who was Fury’s sparring partner, played steadily. But the Briton of Jamaican descent, rescued from crime by boxing and passed kickboxing and mixed martial arts, later found it hard to free himself.

Fury was able to use his size and incredible wingspan to stop White, who looked awkward and awkward.

In a choppy confrontation, he gradually weakened his challenger, was cut to his right eye after an accidental head bump, and was smart if not flashy punches. Then, as if out of nowhere, a massive uppercut finally sent White flying at the end of the sixth round.

The challenger managed to get up and staggered into the arms of the referee who ended the game.

World boxing superstar Tyson Fury has gone through a very dark phase between depression, suicidal thoughts and a doping suspension, and he doesn’t think he has much to prove.

He now plans to “lie on the beach, drink Coke, drive a Ferrari, live on a boat”. Thanks to the $150 million in his bank account.

Briton Tyson Fury retains the WBC heavyweight belt by defeating compatriot Dillian White in a sixth-round knockout at Wembley Stadium in London on April 23, 2022

Briton Tyson Fury retains the WBC heavyweight belt by defeating compatriot Dillian White in a sixth-round knockout at Wembley Stadium in London on April 23, 2022

Adrian Dennis – AFP

But boxing fans have a hard time believing that the “King of the Gypsy” will leave the ring ahead of a fight with Anthony Joshua or Ukraine’s Oleksandr Usyk to unify all the world belts.

Just before he entered, a retrospective of the best moments of his career played on the stadium’s big screen, and his remarks still felt reverent.

“I promised my wife Paris that after my third fight with (Deontay) Wylder, I would quit, and I meant it,” he said. “But I had the chance to play at home at Wembley and I owe the British public a game at Wembley. It’s done now.”

“Is there any way to leave!”

AFP / London (AFP) / © 2022 AFP

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