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Shock As Tyson Fury Dethrones Klitschko in Dusseldorf  Latest
In arguably the biggest upset since Buster Douglas beat Mike Tyson in 1988, twenty-seven year old Tyson Fury tore the script and pulled off a big shock tonight at the ESPRIT Arena, Düsseldorf, Germany. The big man hailing from Heysham, Lancashire, England proved elusve, awkward and troublesome for the Ukrainian champion, frustrating from the first round often beating his opponent to the punch with his jab. Klitschko had his successes, but failed to follow up with anything meaningful. Tyson Fury, looked loose as he moved around the ring finding angles against the champ, appearing hard to hit, despite Klitschko trying to come forward. By the sixth it looked even. Klitschko moving, but without rythmn simply not finding his mark to throw. Things went scrappy going into the ninth. Klitschko popped out the jab and had its successes, but looked older and old as he went on. Fury was wild, but body work on the inside and an eleventh round right hand as Klitschko looked to turn away got the eye of the judges with scores of 115-112, 115-112 and 116-111.
December 2015
1.  Tyson Fury
2.  Wlad Klitschko
3.  Deontay Wilder
4.  Alex Povetkin
5.  Kubrat Pulev
6.  Antonio Tarver
7. Bermane Stiverne
8. Bryant Jennings
9.  Ruslan Chagaev
10. Vya'slav Glazkov

 

 

 

 

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