WATCH: Video of Fury Wilder KO shows brutal final punch from new angle
A blow deserving enough to win any title fight
The 'Gyspy King' retained his WBC heavyweight crown in Las Vegas in fantastic fashion as both fighters delivered a real spectacle to the audience in the arena and around the world.
With Wilder struggling and held back against the ropes, Fury unleashed his venom, landing a ferocious overhand to the side of the American's head who fell straight to the ground.
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Both fighters had managed to knock each other down in the first half of the fight however towards the end, Fury began to assert his dominance in the ring and in the 11th round delivered the fatal blow to win the fight.
It was Fury who secured the first knock-down of the fight in the third round, before Wilder came out fighting the following round, flooring the Manchester-born boxer twice in the fourth.
But by the time the second half of the fight was in full swing, the American was on the back-foot and looked certain to be finished, but to the 'Bronze Bomber's credit, was still hanging on by the 10th round.
Fury went on to praise his opponent after the fight, revealing that he felt the effects of Wilder's punches at times whilst also reiterating that there is no better boxer than himself.
He said: "I was down a couple of times, I was hurt, Wilder is a strong puncher.
"It was a great fight. I will not make any excuses, Wilder is a top fighter, he gave me a run for my money. I always say I am the best fighter in the world and he is the second best.
"Don't ever doubt me. When the chips are down I can always deliver."
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