Tyson Fury says 'the King is back' after stunning win

‘The King has returned to his throne!’: Tyson Fury delighted with his performance as he becomes the first man EVER to have won every single version of the heavyweight title in his career

  • Tyson Fury stunned Deontay Wilder to become the WBC heavyweight champion 
  • The Gypsy King could not contain his excitement following his latest triumph 
  • Fury exclaimed ‘The King has returned’ after offering commiserations to Wilder 

Tyson Fury expressed his delight in reclaiming the heavyweight throne after the Gypsy King stunned Deontay Wilder to win the WBC championship.

Fury dominated from start to finish, winning every round and scoring two knockdowns before Wilder’s corner threw in the towel in an unforgettable night of boxing. 

Following the contest, the 31-year-old could not contain his joy at becoming heavyweight champion once again, capping off a remarkable journey from the depths of depression to the summit of the sport.

Tyson Fury could not contain his delight at returning to the summit of the heavyweight division

 Fury’s win sees him become the first man to win every single version of the heavyweight belt

‘A big shout out to Deontay Wilder,’ Fury said. ‘He came here tonight and he manned up and he really did show the heart of a champion. 

‘I hit him with a clean right that dropped him and he got back up. He is a warrior. He will be back. He will be champion again.

‘But I will say, the king has returned to the top of the throne!’

Fury offered his commiserations to the Bronze Bomber after his brutal knockout victory

Fury is now the first man to ever win every single version of the heavyweight title in his career, having clinched the WBA, WBO and IBF belts Anthony Joshua now holds after his win over Wladimir Klitschko in 2015. 

Wilder has 30 days to trigger his rematch clause to set up a trilogy fight after the pair fought out a thrilling draw in Los Angeles in December 2018. 

For now, the Bronze Bomber is in hospital seeking medical attention after suffering a nasty bleed to the ear during his brutal loss. His coach, Jay Deas, said the 35-year-old may require stitches. 

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