Tyson Fury produced one of the best performances in his boxing career to end Deontay Wilder’s five-year reign as WBC heavyweight world champion.
The whole spectacular and thrilling performance lasted just seven rounds.
The Briton, 31, pummelled his rival in a way few could have imagined following their 2018 draw, flooring him in the third and fifth rounds while constantly backing the most-feared puncher in the division up in a way no-one has done before.
A jab and right hand – the combination Wilder has wiped men out with repeatedly – sent the American down in the third, stunning the MGM Grand Arena.
Wilder, who was making his 11th defence of his title, fell again before the round was out – this time a slip – and was ragged under the pressure, before a right and left hand to the body sent the 34-year-old down in the fifth.
Fury delivered everything he had promised, transitioning from his hit-and-move style to overpower, outwork and bully his previously undefeated rival until the towel came in during the seventh round.
Watch how it all unfolded.