How Tyson Fury beat Deontay Wilder

Tweet Tyson Fury landed more punches on Deontay Wilder in their Las Vegas rematch than the entirety of their first encounter, stopping the American in the seventh round. So, how do the numbers help to explain the gypsy king’s brilliance? Lee Saunders takes a look. Now fans across the globe have had time to digest the highly anticipated rematch, and with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic forcing the sporting world to a halt, what better time to look at the staggering statistics behind the gypsy king’s historic victory? Now holder of…

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Live Breathe Sport Podcast Episode 11: WildervFury, Women’s T20 World Cup and VAR Controversy.

Tweet Welcome to the 11th episode of the Live Breathe Sport Podcast. This week there’s a week of VAR controversy as we go through the week’s Premier League action, as well as updates from around the world and from the lower league’s. Tony and Riley turn their hand at commentary with the former reacting to Tyson Fury versus Deontay Wilder and the latter reacting to England’s opening game of the Women’s T20 World Cup. Nile talks basketball before Tony finishes off the sport with his Formula One grid roundup. As…

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Tyson Fury: Sport’s Greatest Ever Comeback

Tweet By Sonny Turner December 1 2018, Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder, Round 12. Fury needs to survive just this last round to complete the greatest sporting comeback of all time, just this three minutes and he’ll become the Heavyweight Champion of The World. Again. Wilder has other ideas. A man who leading into the fight had knocked out every opponent he’d ever faced in the professional ranks, the WBC Heavyweight Champion of The World, Deontay Wilder, would not go quietly. A right hand to the temple of Fury, a…

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