If fans needed more conviction about the severity of the beating that Tyson Fury handed over to Deontay Wilder, now the judges’ score cards have been revealed.
Fury captivated the world of sports on Sunday when he handed American Power-puncher Wilder the first loss of his professional career in a master class in boxing in Las Vegas.
Famous for his ringcraft, the ‘King Gyspsy’ was dedicated to a complete dismantling of his rival that finally stopped in an impressive seventh-round TKO.
Although the American was enraged, his team had thrown in the towel and at the simultaneous decision of the referee to stop the fight, it is now clear that Wilder was not close to saving the night with the judges’ score cards since they were revealed.
Tyson Fury dominates Wilder in the third round
The official score shows that Wilder received only one round for one in the judge, of a possible 18 rounds scored by the three-man panel.
Judge Glenn Feldman found that Wilder was at the top in the second round 10-9, perhaps Wilder’s only significant account of himself at night.
But Dave Moretti and Steve Weisfeld gave Fury the points in the six rounds completed.
Fury not only dominated each round, but it was the way he did it, he scored on numerous occasions to have won his rounds 10-8, a great revelation in boxing where rounds are most commonly awarded in a 10-9 model score .
The punishment delivered by Fury only supports the history of the fight. From the third round, Wilder found himself continually beaten against the canvas while fighting a busted eardrum.
Blood could be seen dripping from the American’s ear, while several cuts had opened from his face.
The experienced trio of judges was selected by the Nevada State Athletic Commission and was a different make-up for Canadian, Mexican and British experts chosen for their initial draw in December 2018.