Tyson Fury won by knockout over Dillian Whyte in the sixth round of the WBC heavyweight belt struggle at Wembley Stadium, Sunday (24/4) early morning WIB.
In the first round both Tyson Furry and Dillian Whyte dueled cautiously. The two boxers were seen analyzing each other’s attacks. There weren’t many dangerous attacks going on, but Whyte seemed to have the upper hand over Fury.
Tyson Fury tried to increase his attack by appearing more dominant in round 2. Fury made use of his long arms and powerful punches.
Fury’s dominance was increasingly seen in round 3. Whyte’s header made King Gipsy angry and issued a hard punch that broke Whyte’s defense.
Tyson Fury mendominasi pertarungan atas Dillian Whyte. (Action Images via Reuters/ANDREW COULDRIDGE)
Fury’s mental strength was evident in round 4. Fury looked calm and still dominated the fight. Whyte had trouble getting close to Fury after sustaining a cut to his right eyebrow.
Fury’s consecutive punches were directed at Whyte’s body which frustrated the 34-year-old boxer. Good physique is one of the factors that Fury dominates this fight.
Fury’s one jab left Whyte wobbly. Fury then launched a right uppercat that made Whyte collapse to the canvas. Tyru can be seen pushing Whyte slightly before falling.