Tyson Fury Defeats Wladimir Klitschko in 12 Rounds for World Heavyweight Championship Title

Tyson Fury Defeats Wladimir Klitschko in 12 Rounds for World Heavyweight Championship Title

Tyson Fury has stunned the boxing world by beating Wladimir Klitschko to become the new Heavyweight Champion of the World.


Fury, from the southside of Manchester, was seen as being too naive and too inexperienced to defeat 39-year-old champ Klitschko.

But in a stunning result, he won on points after going the full 12 rounds in Düsseldorf.

Fury had a game plan and he stuck to it to frustrate Klitschko early on, and despite a fight back in the later rounds, Fury held on to take victory.

Fury got off to a fierce start…

In pictures: Fury stuns Klitschko to become heavyweight world champion
Fury was on the offensive right from the start (Picture: Getty)

He went for the jugular…

In pictures: Fury stuns Klitschko to become heavyweight world champion
Klitschko struggled to live with Fury (Picture: Getty)

Klitschko was left bleeding…

In pictures: Fury stuns Klitschko to become heavyweight world champion
Wladimir Klitschko was bleeding at the end (Picture: Getty)

But he then battled back…

In pictures: Fury stuns Klitschko to become heavyweight world champion
Things got tight later on (Picture: Getty)

Making things tight in the final rounds…

In pictures: Fury stuns Klitschko to become heavyweight world champion
Fury did well to hold on (Picture: Getty)

But then came the confirmation…

confimed
Fury found out the news (Picture: Sky Sports)
DID TYSON FURY DESERVE TO WIN? 

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