Tyson Fury has knocked out Dillian Whyte with a sensational uppercut in the sixth round to retain his WBC heavyweight world title at Wembley Stadium..
The fight had begun in tentative fashion – before the Gypsy King upped the pace in the half-way mark and then brutally finished the job with distinction.
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The Gypsy King dominated his challenger from the start and finished the fight with a massive punch from which he could not recover.
As they approached the halfway point, the Fury was firmly in control as the Whyte struggled to get to grips with him and seemingly hadn’t won a single round thus far.
Then, just before the end of round six, Fury landed a huge right uppercut which sent Whyte toppling to the canvas.
He rose to his feet, but could not recover and fight on.
“I wasn’t looking to win on points tonight, I wanted a big dirty knockout.In reaction, Fury told talkSPORT
“I found a beautiful uppercut and that was it.
“I’ve been in this game 20 years, I’m 34 in a few months. I said the third Wilder fight would be my last but I felt I owed the fans one last homecoming.
“This is definitely the end of the Gypsy King and I went out with a bang.
“Tonight was amazing but this is the end.”
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