Tyson Fury VS. Oleksandr Usyk | FIGHT HIGHLIGHTS #boxing #sports #action #combat #fighting

Oleksandr Usyk (22-0, 14 KOs), entering the ring with the WBA, IBF, and WBO belts, secured Tyson Fury’s (34-1-1, 24 KOs) WBC and lineal titles, thus becoming undisputed. The last time boxing witnessed an undisputed heavyweight champion was in 2000 during Lennox Lewis’s reign in the three-belt era.
The momentum shifted notably in the ninth round when Usyk nearly concluded the match and secured a knockdown. Two judges scored the bout 115-112 and 114-113 for Usyk, while the third adjudged it 114-113 for Fury.
Both pugilists initiated the bout with active jabs, yet Usyk set the tempo and landed more impactful shots in the initial rounds. In the first round’s closing moments, he caught Fury with a looping left hook and commenced the second round with a solid two-punch combination.
Usyk persisted in pressing forward in the third round, though Fury started finding his rhythm, throwing increased combinations and landing effective body shots despite fighting defensively. Despite this, Fury stayed busy behind his jab and executed a solid right uppercut early in the fourth round, followed by a potent right hand to the body, causing Usyk to retreat.
In the sixth round, a significant right uppercut stunned Usyk, visibly affecting him and prompting a momentary defensive cover-up. Fury sought to establish control, displaying agility and taunting Usyk while landing precise jabs.
Another powerful right uppercut by Fury in the seventh round made Usyk retreat, yet Usyk persisted, striking Fury with a straight right hand and concluding the round with a combination.
In the eighth round, Usyk exhibited resilience, landing a three-punch combination and compelling Fury to retreat into the ropes after a potent overhand left. Subsequently, Usyk connected with a substantial two-punch combination and staggered Fury with a looping right hand in the round’s waning seconds, causing swelling below Fury’s right eye.

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