One of the most feared boxers in his division is Tyson Fury, a two-time world heavyweight champion. He currently holds the WBC heavyweight belt. Additionally held the unifying WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO, and The Ring magazine titles in the past.
Having faced the likes of Deontay Wilder and Wladimir Klitschko, and with this formidable resume. It seems improbable that anyone, much alone a sparring partner, will have the slightest chance of taking him out during a battle. But a recent popular video demonstrated precisely that. And the boxing community was furiously disputing the same.
Fury recently competed in a trilogy match against Derek Chisora to defend his title. He also defeated his opponent by knockout in the tenth round. Meanwhile, it was also recently reported that he will be facing heavyweight superstar Oleksandr Usyk for an undisputed bout.
Veteran boxing promoter Bob Arum even announced:
“Yeah, they have signed the paper. They’ve agreed to fight each other next.”
Fans had been waiting for a heated confrontation. A recent sparring video with two competitors in action caused several problems for Fury. In truth, the more prominent fighter did resemble “The Gypsy King” in some ways. But shortly after, he took a vicious barrage of punches that knocked him to the ground.
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Many pages continued to tell the story while stating that Fury had been knocked out. Boxing enthusiasts saw the video immediately, and it also sparked many rumors. However, it is essential to note that most spectators were cheerful. The boxer was not Fury.
See the tweet below:
Down goes Tyson Fury… pic.twitter.com/SQOh1zzYzl
— Fight Haven (@FightHaven) January 30, 2023
The fighter looked like Fury lying down, but the video was unquestionably fake. Additionally, the video’s hazy quality contributed to this fake. The fighter’s body, which was more muscular than Fury’s, was one of the most apparent distinctions. Even though this video was refuted. It serves as evidence of how quickly hoaxes may propagate.
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