Tag: #FuryWilder3

Game, Set, Match – Historical Trilogy Ending Bout Was Capped Off With Emphatic Tyson Fury Knockout Over Deontay Wilder in the Eleventh Round, to Continue to Reign Supreme Atop the Heavyweights

Written By Tré Berry III✍️🖊️ | 10/10/2021

Blood, guts, tenacity, multiple moments of real danger for both proud prizefighters – this bout had a little bit of everything, and it was certainly worth the 🎟️admission ticket, even despite a stacked undercard that proved to be lackluster with what they produced. The bad blood between RING/WBC Heavyweight World Champion 👑🇬🇧Tyson “Gypsy King” Fury (31-0-1, 22KO👊), and former WBC titleholder/nuclear power puncher 🥉🇺🇸Deontay “Bronze Bomber” Wilder (42-2-1, 41KO👊👊) reached a mountain top in the pre-fight build-up, that was of authentic legitimate merit, and because of that, what we thought was a mountain top, was actually a 🌋volcano that erupted once the first bell rang. Continue reading “Game, Set, Match – Historical Trilogy Ending Bout Was Capped Off With Emphatic Tyson Fury Knockout Over Deontay Wilder in the Eleventh Round, to Continue to Reign Supreme Atop the Heavyweights”

Frank Sanchez Ascends to New Level of Heavyweight Relevance, While Efe Ajagba Experiences Defeat For the First Time in Promising Career

We don’t often have 2 promising, talented young undefeated contenders on the come-up ⚔️meet before each make some sort of splash on the Championship level these days, so it has to be appreciated when two decide to take their risk proving their worth against one another. Cuba’s 🇨🇺Frank Sanchez (19-0-0, 13KO👊) has a very well-rounded skill-set among the big men of the sport, and the 29 year old can make a very interesting argument for being the current best Cuban among the Heavyweight ranks. Continue reading “Frank Sanchez Ascends to New Level of Heavyweight Relevance, While Efe Ajagba Experiences Defeat For the First Time in Promising Career”

Pain in Revelation For Kownacki Accepting the Circumstances, and Rejuvenation Revisited by Helenius

For most of us, the fight result the first time around came as a massive surprise to us, and brought forth confusion as to what happened. They decided to run it back again, and once again, 🇵🇱Adam Kownacki (20-2-0, 15KO👊) came in as the betting favorite…but the “Nordic Nightmare” 🇸🇪🇫🇮Robert Helenius (31-3-0, 20KO👊) came out more determined this time around, and more confident in his abilities. His power was cracking like a whip, and he blasted Continue reading “Pain in Revelation For Kownacki Accepting the Circumstances, and Rejuvenation Revisited by Helenius”