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Britain’s Tyson Fury wins the world heavyweight crown

Tyson Fury caused a stir in the boxing world today by snatching the world heavyweight title from Ukrainian Wladimir Klitschko in a match in Dusseldorf (Germany), becoming the first British boxer to do so since 2011.
Fury, who has 25 wins by 0 losses to his credit, is girding with this victory the belts of world heavyweight champion of the World Boxing Association (WBA), International Boxing Federation (FIB) and World Boxing Organization ( OMB).
The new British champion, who showed great speed of movement during the fight despite being 2.07 meters tall, almost completely dominated his rival, who suffered his first defeat in 11 years today, with left-right combinations .
Klitschko, despite everything, proved to be a resourceful boxer and with good left jabs managed to curb the momentum of the Briton.
Fury, however, was undaunted and constantly changing his guard to thwart the Ukrainian fighter’s attempts to react, who in the eighth round began to bleed from a wound on his cheek. Knowing that the accounts were not favorable, Klitschko launched a furious attack in the last round that did not give the expected results, since the three judges gave Tyson Fury as the winner (116-111, 115-112 and 115-112. EFE

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