Tyson Fury buys the drinks and embraces fans while his celebrations continue in Las Vegas after the sensational heavyweight world title victory over Deontay Wilder
- Tyson Fury won an astonishing seventh round interruption of Deontay Wilder
- Fury was seen during the euphoria surrounding his historic triumph in Las Vegas
- He bought the potions and saw mixing with and embracing fans
Fury won the world title for the second time with an astonishing seventh round abandonment of previously undefeated Wilder.
But the news heavyweight champion was not in the mood to quickly forget his defeat of Wilder, as he was seen mixed in with and greeting fans in Las Vegas .
And dressed in colorful clothes, Fury was also snarling in line ordering the drinks to continue the celebrations.
Fury & # 39; s very public celebrations do not come as a surprise after he was seen with a similar rump after he expressed his delight and revealed in the moment immediately after his victory.
& # 39; A big shout out to Deontay Wilder, & # 39; said Fury. & # 39; He came here tonight and he manned and he really showed the heart of a champion.
I beat him with a clean right that left him. and he stood up again. He is a warrior. He is coming back. He becomes champion again.
& # 39; But I will say, the king has returned to the top of the throne! & # 39;
Fury & # 39; s promoter Frank Warren now wants to see his WBA husband, IBF, WBO and IBO champion Joshua, describe their potential encounter as & # 39; the biggest sporting event since the 1966 World Cup Final; .
Warren said: & # 39; That would be the biggest sporting event in the UK since England won the World Cup. You could not get a ticket for it.
& # 39; The stumbling block is that he [Joshua] has to fight against Pulev. If I were him, I wouldn't fight Pulev, I'd even leave the belts to fight Tyson.
& # 39; He should not take the risk. I prefer that he does not take the risk, I prefer that Wilder does not take the rematch and let's start. & # 39;
Tyson Fury is again the heavyweight champion! Gypsy King shines Deontay Wilder in the 7th round in a performance for the ages as Fury completes a fairytale comeback of depths of despair to WBC title in Las Vegas
- Tyson Fury has the heavyweight championship reclaimed from the world after defeating Deontay Wilder 
- The Gypsy King popped the Bronze Bomber in seven rounds for the heavyweight title of the WBC
- Fury proved the doubters wrong and beat the puncher twice, Wilder being knocked down twice in the fight
Tyson Fury tips scaling on THREE STONE heavier than Deontay Wilder for WBC heavyweight title rematch in Las Vegas … while Gypsy King prepares to fight on more than a first fight and reaches his second heaviest weight ever
- Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury completed the weighing before Las Vegas fight
- Pair rematch on Saturday night after the first WBC heavyweight title fight was won
- British boxer was 273 pounds, while his rival was 231 pounds, since both became heavier
- Anger is more than a stone heavier than when it was Couple first met in December 2018
- Tyson Fury unveiled the latest outrageous outfit before the rematch of Deontay Wilder
- The British heavyweight suit boasted Fury & # 39; s trademark insult to his rival
- The & # 39; you big file & # 39; branding was designed to shed Wilder from his game & # 39;
- Fury takes over Wilder in Las Vegas in the early hours of Sunday morning
- The Londoner has been ranked for almost two years as the number 1 of the WBC
- Eddie Hearn says Whyte will face Deontay Wilder or Tyson Fury by June 2020
- Whyte must first defeat unbeaten Rivas in the 02 Arena on Saturday
- Andy Ruiz did not return to training after defeat by Anthony Joshua
- Mexican admitted he was out of shape in Saudi Arabia
- His trainer, Manny Robles, is not sure whether the two will work together again
- Joseph Parker goes back to the ring action next month in the United States
- He had to meet Dereck Chisora in October until he was excluded
- Parker had a suspected illness that it was caused by a spider bite
- Parker will fly the coming days to Las Vegas to start his training camp
The British boxer reached his second toughest ever weight at 19th 7 pounds, compared to the 34-year-old, who was 16th 7 pounds – also a significant increase over his previous fights.
The couple was prevented from going through the traditional post-road in fear of sparks flying after a physical collision in their last press conference.
Wilder told BT Sport: & I know you're looking at greatness. It makes me one of the most dangerous hunters in the division period. I am happy, happy as I have ever been in my life.
& # 39; You never know what to expect with Fury. One thing is certainly hard to believe in his speech about knocking me out in two rounds, as an aggressor, I really can't see at the moment.
& # 39; Who knows he may come in the ring and feel happy and feel some sort of confidence to actually do what he said he is going to do, but it will be very dangeorus for him. & # 39;
That is a way to convey your message! The Tyson Fury suit is adorned with its trademark insult & # 39; you large file & # 39; as part of plans to throw & # 39; Deontay Wilder off his game & # 39;
The colorful heavyweight unveiled the latest creation on Thursday, with the suit bragging the words & # 39; you big file & # 39 ;.
The surf is designed to capture Wilder & # 39; from his game & # 39; to throw, according to the designers, and Fury has often used the term to mock his rival for their Las Vegas confrontation.
Fury & # 39; s tailor has made several showstopping designs, with the British star at the top of the fashion bets for his American opponent.
And the 31-year-old reported for his media duties in yet another striking suit in the run-up to this weekend's sequel – with his outfits as a staple for his appearances in front of the camera & # 39; s in last year.
Fury has repeatedly labeled Wilder a large file & # 39; since the duo's first fight resulted in a stalemate and it even whispered to the world champion in the Los Angeles ring.
The designers responsible for the latest stunt, Claudio Lugli, explained that the suit was made to boost the mind games with Wilder.
& # 39; The idea of the suit is to throw Deontay Wilder off his game, & # 39; told Navid Salimian talkSPORT .
& # 39; All our suits incorporate a narrative element.
& # 39; They will have moments from history and moments that may still have to be depicted on the shirts.
& # 39; Most of them have Tyson's face on the shirt, because of his choice. You will not want to miss these designs. & # 39;
Fury previously marched on stage in the crowded lobby of the MGM Grand on Tuesday, meaning the rivals failed to argue and were attracted to another extravagant series.
This time it appeared hundreds of motifs with Fury & # 39; s face – and a message about mental health.
Halfway through the most famous fight in the ring history, the most feared boxer in the golden age of the heavyweight boxer ended up being the most powerful of all beaten blows that steamy night in Zaire.
At what point did The Greatest whisper in his ear: & # 39; That's all you have, George? & # 39;
This was the moment when a grizzly bear of a man described by his victims in various ways as beating a sledge hammer, a runaway truck, a steam hammer and a lightning bolt knew the game was over.
Minutes later, Muhammad Ali knocked George Foreman off to become the world's heavyweight champion for the second of three times.
Against all odds, contrary to all predictions, contrary to all logic, Big Bad George was Rumbled in the Jungle.
Ali's genius knot not only won the WBC and WBA titles, but also dragged Foreman down the rankings of the toughest hitters of all time.
Perhaps he was still a bigger puncher than the smaller Rocky Marciano but the argument that he was perhaps thunderer than the immortal Joe Louis or the beheaded Jack Dempsey had disappeared and the question arose whether Sonny Liston, despite his two defeats by Ali, also had more concussive power
Ten fights in just three years later, Ali stirred the pot once again by calling the unsung Earnie Shavers the hardest puncher he ever encountered – and Which included Foreman, Joe Frazier and Ken Norton, who broke his jaw.
] From the second-round punch that made him woozy for the remainder of his 15-round victory over Shavers, Ali said: & # 39; My ancestors in Africa felt the shock. & # 39;
Then Mike Tyson arrived and the age-old debate in the bar room began again. Iron Mike mowed in front of him to become the youngest heavyweight world champion ever.
All of the huge punchers add the power of intimidation to the weight of their blows, but no one struck such dark, deep fear in the hearts of their opponents as Tyson. It just lifted the hair on our neck just to be in the arena as he came out to fight dressed in only his black boots and shorts with a white towel over his shoulders, radiating threat.
JEFF POWELL & # 39; S TOP TEN HEAVYWEIGHT HITTERS
1. Deontay Wilder
2. Mike Tyson
3. Joe Louis
4. Jack Dempsey
5. George Foreman
6. Earnie Shavers
7. Sonny Liston
8. Rocky Marciano
9. Joe Frazier
10. Lennox Lewis
Our beloved Frank Bruno took his own wallet, but when he took Tyson for the second confronted, he knew what to expect. On his lonely walk to the Las Vegas ring, he crossed himself more than 20 times.
The Almighty and the referee took care of him within three rounds.
Another brave Brit, Julius Francis, was flattened five times in less than four minutes. From the last blow, these 17 and a half stones of fighting masculinity recalled: & # 39; Mike really lifted me off my feet with that bump. & # 39;
Even when in decline after three years in prison and two defeats by Evander Holyfield, Tyson retained devastating one-punch power.
In the fight after he had made a real meal from Holyfield & # 39; s ear, he was in trouble again, losing the first four rounds against one-time world champion Francois Botha. A single, perfect right corner in the fifth dropped the bull-like South African flat on his face for a few minutes.
As Tyson says about himself: & # 39; Everyone has a plan until I & # 39; in the mouth. & # 39;
Only after he took over a wild assault from Lennox Lewis, who had his own claim for a place in the top 10 of the heaviest butchers, did the troops finally leave him. Although not with the many who still respect Iron Mike as the biggest puncher of all.
Now that concept is under modern challenge. Deontay Wilder emerged from sleepy Tuscaloosa in deep Alabama to challenge all old pre-concepts with the highest KO ratio ever – 95 percent of 41 brutal stoppages in 43 undefeated fights. Many have entered the first round, many devastated by one shot.
That knockout record would be even higher if Tyson Fury hadn't got up so miraculously as Lazarus got out of his deathbed after falling unconscious the last round of their first collision.
It is a warning thought for the gypsy king as he pulls from that draw to a second head to help that the only other heavyweight to take Wilder's distance, Bermaine Stiverne, was ground the first round of their second fight.
Not only that, but in another rematch, Wilder recently sent the dangerous Luis Ortiz for the second time with one explosion of dynamite.
So now, while he and Fury are preparing for the rematch of Saturday night in Las Vegas, the discussion by the blood brotherhood of Iron Mike and the Bronze Bomber rages the legends of yesteryear in the punching stakes. have overtaken and, if so, which of them is the supreme slugger.
This is a complex mystery. If knockout statistics were the only thing that counted, Anthony Joshua would have an 87 percent ratio among others under Dempsey and Tyson. Not quite yet, AJ, after only 23 fights including that shock loss, albeit since then exchanged for Andy Ruiz Jnr.
Nor do the win-loss draw records validate mega-clout. If they did, Marciano would cover this pantheon with his infallible 49 victories, including the interruption of Joe "the Brown Bomber" Louis in his last fight. If only Shavers had used his powers to flatten the 11 men who defeated him.
There are also things like the quality of opponents, the strength of each era and a long career life. As well as the ever-increasing size of heavy weights and the continuous improvements in training, diet and sports science that produce larger, stronger, faster colossi. In this assessment, the pound-for-pound power of legendary punchers along the divisions such as Thomas Hearns, Roberto Duran, Marvin Hagler, Prince Naseem Hamed, Gennady Golovkin, Canelo Alvarez or the Japanese phenomenon Naoya Inoue that flyweights to fun.
Apparently Tyson or Wilder would destroy them all in an instant. That brings us to the heart of this serious matter. David Haye, an 81-percent knockout artist himself who, alongside Holyfield, is one of only two cruiserweight champions to win a heavyweight world title, is no doubt who is the most powerful of them all.
& # 39; I have firs with Wilder & # 39 ;, he says. "I have felt it. I know. His power is phenomenal. Even with 20 ounce gloves in the gym, he baffles everyone with whom he saves. He often surprised me. My hay maker is a damn right hand and I think I buzzed him once or twice
"But nothing like him buzzed me. It is frightening what he can do to opponents in battles with 10 ounce gloves. He is certainly the biggest puncher ever. & # 39;
Ben Davison, Fury & # 39; s trainer for the first Wilder fight, but since then replaced, agrees. He said: "I had my close-up from the corner when Deontay took down Tyson. I have never seen such power. It is unique. Like everyone else, I still have no idea how Tyson got up. & # 39;
There is a clear style difference between my two biggest contenders. Iron Mike, at the age of 5ft 10½in, went best low for the murder on high-speed feet with lightning hands, threw left and right hooks to head and body with growling, brain-breaking savagery. The Bronze Bomber stands on a surprisingly slender 6 ft 7 inch, but that rangy frame generates devastating power through elongated arms, which whiplash levers explode instant concussion.
So who is it? Tyson the elemental, primitive force. Or Wilder, this extraordinary freak of nature that defies the convention.
As a Tyson man for years, it's time for me to bow to Wilder when he says: & I think I deserve to be recognized as the biggest puncher ever. & # 39;
Mirror, mirror on the wall,
You are the scariest of them all.
Dillian Whyte WILL earn WBC world heavyweight title shot – and potential showdown with Tyson Fury or Deontay Wilder – if he defeats Oscar Rivas
- Dillian Whyte finally gets a world title shot if he can beat Oscar Rivas
Dillian Whyte finally gets a chance at the WBC world championship heavyweight if he can beat upcoming opponent Oscar Rivas, according to his promoter Eddie Hearn.
The London -born boxer has been ranked No. 1 candidate by the governing body for nearly two years and will compete in his first world title fight before June next year as he can overcome Rivas at the 02 Arena on Saturday.
However, beating the Colombian – who has already won 26 of his professional matches – will not be an easy task.
Hearn said: & There will be an announcement with the WBC this week.
& # 39; This fight is for the & # 39; Interim & # 39; World Championship, the winner is the mandatory challenger at the WBC and will have to fight effectively for the title before May 18.
& # 39; So basically the winner of this fight will continue and progress, and fight against the winner of (Deontay) Wilder against (Tyson) Fury, who seems to be taking place early next year & # 39 , Hearn told the Mirror .
WHYTE & NEXT FIGHT  38]
Dillian Whyte vs. Oscar Rivas (26-0)
Saturday, July 20
02 Arena, Greenwich, London
Undercard fights begin at 6:00 pm
Live on Sky Sports Box Office (£ 19.95)
Dillian Whyte vs. Oscar Rivas (26-0)
Saturday, July 20
02 Arena, Greenwich, London
Undercard fights begin at 6:00 pm
Live on Sky Sports Box Office (£ 19.95)
Reigning WBC champion Wilder is scheduled for Luis Ortiz in a rematch in November before a rematch with Fury in February or March 2020.
Meanwhile, Whyte has been diligently trained in Loughborough prior to his fight with Rivas and he believes he will add to his record of 18 knockout wins.
He said: "Everyone I step into the bell with I believe I'm going to stop them, man." Sometimes I don't get the break, but I do my best. I do what I have to do and focus on me.
& # 39; I train hard and do not leave a stone undisturbed. I don't miss anyone and I try to make sure that I was better than the previous timeout.
I don't really care what these guys are going to do. They all have two hands and two legs, they are going to do the same, prick, uppercuts, crochet, overhead, whatever. It is a different challenge, a different way of thinking, fresher as people say. & # 39;
& # 39; He's on vacation & # 39 ;: Andy Ruiz's trainer reveals that the heavyweight star STILL isn't back in the gym after his defeat by Anthony Joshua … despite admitting he's out of shape was for Saudi rematch
Andy Ruiz Jr. is still on vacation and has none & # 39; t resumed training, despite being overweight in last month's fight with Anthony Joshua
Ruiz blamed his defeat for excessive partying, but according to his trainer he is still not back in the swing of things.
And Manny Robles admits that he is not sure if he will continue to work with the Mexican.
He said to Sky Sports: & # 39; I don't know. Andy has to decide that. & # 39;
& # 39; I want to say that it is still good. He went on vacation and everything seems to be fine. We will discover it in the near future. At a certain moment we will speak.
& # 39; If and when he is ready to go back to the gym, my work starts. It is not my job to call him every day. He is a man, not a child, and must be treated as such.
& # 39; You cannot convince someone to want something. & # 39;
Ruiz apologized the joined his trainer in the immediate aftermath of losing the rematch in Saudi Arabia, citing poor preparation for the fight.
Robles had little communication with Ruiz in the three months following his surprising victory in New York and admitted: & # 39; The game and the money are overwhelming for Andy.
& # 39; He needs to know how I'll handle it. Maybe the game humiliated him after this defeat. Stay humble or be humble. & # 39;
& # 39; If he wants it, he can get it. Dillian Whyte welcomes potentially heavyweight fight with Alexander Povetkin on April 18
Dillian Whyte captured the glove on Alexander Povetkin by declare that & # 39; if he wants it, he can get it & # 39; if the Russian wants to step into the ring with him.
The British heavyweight will meet his promoter Eddie Hearn next week to discuss his plans for 2020 with Povetkin on his radar
Whyte & # 39; s last fight saw him Poland & # 39; s Mariusz Wach beat with a unanimous decision last month on the undercard of Anthony Joshua & triumphant rematch against Andy Ruiz Jnr in Saudi Arabia .
And discussing his possible options, Whyte welcomed going toe-to-toe with Povetkin.
& # 39; If he wants, he can get it & # 39 ;, he told Sky Sport . "It's going to be a crack because it doesn't really move and I don't really move, it's just a forward hunter and I'm coming forward.
" We're going to have the scrap. Povetkin comes to fight, right? He is not grumbling. I'm the same, so let's get it.
& # 39; Let's see who has the best left hook. & # 39;
Although that fight needs to be determined, it appears to be a date for the next 31-year-old match – with London or Manchester the two likely destinations for a April 18 game.
& # 39; He [Hearn] mentioned April 18 on an interview, so I think that's the date, & # 39; Whyte said
Probably in London or Manchester, something like that. The O2 often gets full, London or Manchester. They are two good locations and it would be good to move to another part of the country someday. Manchester Arena would be good. & # 39;
Former heavyweight champion Joseph Parker confirmed for return to US bill next month after spider bite excluded him from the Dereck Chisora fight in October
Promoter Eddie Hearn is ready to complete details about his fight next month
Against Kieran Lynch for Mailonline
Joseph Parker will return with a fight in America next according to his manager David Higgins.
The former heavyweight champion is expected to fly to Las Vegas in the coming days to start his training camp and prepare for a collision with an unnamed opponent.
] Parker who lost his WBO title to Anthony Joshua in March 2018, would return against Dereck Chisora in October.
However, the 27-year-old was ruled by illness caused by a suspected spider bite.
His manager David Higgins has said that his boxer is ready to return to the ring because promoter Eddie Hearn completes the details of his next opponent.
Higgins told Sky Sports: & # 39; There are concrete plans that I cannot announce. But there is a date and a location and it is the opponent we are waiting for.
We have just been told that it will be at the end of February and (held in) the United States.
Parker has fought three times since his loss to Joshua in Cardiff in March 2018.
He later lost to another British boxer in Dilllian White later that year but rebounded with victories over Alexander Flores and Alex Leapai.
His win over Leapai in Providence in June was his only fight in 2019, and Higgins is hopeful the 27-year-old is can find its way to a future title shot.
He said: He is now in second place through the WBO, so it is actually a new step towards a better opponent and after that he must achieve a good win, which I think he will do, and then challenge one of the big boys – Wilder, Fury. Joe will fight everyone. & # 39;
How many people kill it?
Breast cancer for the first time, official statistics revealed last year.
More than 11,800 men a year – or every 45 minutes – are now killed by the disease in Britain, compared to around 11,400 women who die of breast cancer.
It means that prostate cancer is only behind the lung and intestine in terms of how many people it kills in Britain. In the US, the disease kills 26,000 each year.
Nevertheless, it receives less than half of the research funding for breast cancer – while treatments for the disease lag behind for at least a decade.
How fast is it developing?
Prostate cancer usually develops slowly, so according to the NHS there can be no signs for many years.
If the cancer is at an early stage and causes no symptoms, a policy of & # 39; can wait vigorously & # 39; or & # 39; active surveillance & # 39; are accepted.
Some patients can be cured if the disease is treated at an early stage.
But if it is diagnosed at a later stage, when it has spread, it becomes terminal and the treatment revolves around enlightenment. symptoms.
Thousands of men are delayed to make a diagnosis because of the known side effects of the treatment, including erectile dysfunction.
Tests and Treatment
Tests for prostate cancer are random, with accurate tools that are just beginning to emerge.
There has been no national prostate research program for years where the tests have been too inaccurate.
Doctors struggle to distinguish between aggressive and less severe tumors, making it difficult to choose treatment.
Men over 50 are eligible for a & # 39; PSA & # 39; blood test that gives doctors a rough idea of whether a patient is at risk.
But it is unreliable. Patients who receive a positive result usually receive a biopsy that is also not watertight.
Scientists don't know for sure what causes prostate cancer, but age, obesity, and lack of exercise are well-known risks.
Anyone who is worried can speak to Prostate Cancer UK specialist nurses on 0800 074 8383 or visit prostatecanceruk.org