The bout was worth the hype with many knockdowns as Fury defeats Wilder again to retain the WBC title of the world.
After a lot of debate and also a postponement, the fight eventually took place in Las Vegas to a capacity crowd.
Fury and Wilder have had back and forth during their press conferences and it was time for the fists to do the talking.
The 33-year-old British boxer is still undefeated and holds the title of Linear champion.
Wilder on the other hand is trying to avenge his first career defeat which left a sour taste.
From the third round, it looked like Wilder is already gassed out but he kept pushing.
Wilder records two knockdowns in the fourth round and Fury was saved by the bell.
One tactic Fury keeps using is leaning on his opponent and he did that a lot in this fight.
Fury continued to hurt Wilder but the Bronze Bomber looked like he could still do some damage.
It wasn’t to be for the Alabama boxer as he went down in the 11th round of the fight.
The British fighter was already winning on all cards and would have won anyway.
Wilder was really hurt as his ear was bleeding and his eyes were swollen.
This means Fury remains undefeated and Wilder might accept defeat eventually.
After the bout, Fury went to Wilder’s corner but he wasn’t ready to entertain any small talk.
Fury defeats Wilder once again in America, and he continues to reigns supreme in the world of boxing.