Tyson Fury has stated his emphatic rematch victory against Deontay Wilder in February was “one of the easiest” of his career, revealing the American failed to provide the challenge he expected.
The Brit maintained his undefeated record with a seventh-round stoppage triumph, capturing the WBC belt in the process; the one heavyweight title that had previously eluded the highly decorated fighter.
The pair’s first bout was a totally different affair, Wilder – although largely outboxed – knocking Fury to the floor on two occasions, the result a draw.
On this occasion, however, Fury dominated from the opening bell until Wilder’s trainer threw in the towel, with the Gypsy King subsequently announcing his dissatisfaction with his opponent’s performance.
Speaking to talkSPORT, Fury said: “To be honest I was quite disappointed in the challenge that Wilder brought because I did train for 12 rounds at any pace and put myself through hell and back for 10 weeks in the…
Source: Complete Sports