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Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury - Fury wins by TKO in the seventh.
The match wrap is here.
It's all over! Wilder could never recover from an overhand in the second round to the right ear of Wilder, Fury dominated from then until the Wilder camp threw in the towel.
Seventh round: Left hook from Fury, and Wilder is still on his feet - clinical from Fury, he keeps getting in close and landing big shots.
That's it, Wilder's camp throws in the towel, and Fury wins.
Sixth round: Huge shots landed from Fury, he looks to be slowing down a little though, Wilder is one punch away. Newshub Score: 10-9 Fury.
Fifth round: Massive shot from Fury and Wilder looks hurt now he looks all out of sorts.
He's down again, Fury drops Wilder again!
Point deduction comes against Fury, constant pushing down of the head. Newshub Score: 9-8 Fury with the point loss.
Fourth round: Wilder is hurt here, Fury is continuing the onslaught and he gets him with a big body shot.
Very nice from Fury, giving him no space, takes this round too. Massive right hand to end the round. Newshub score: 10-9 Fury.
Third round: Fury clips Wilder again, and looks to end the fight but Wilder gets in close. Fury lands again, and Wilder is bleeding from the lip.
Wilder is dropped, it looks to be a trip but the ref doesn't think so.
WOW, Wilder looks banged up here! Newshub score: 10-8 Fury.
Second Round: Both fighters trade bit jabs in the opening exchanges of the second, both clean hits. Wilder hits another big right hand, just grazes the head.
Wilder catches Fury at the end of the round, I thinks he takes that. Newshub score: 10-9 Wilder.
First Round: We are underway.
Big right hands lands from Wilder, and he takes it well, super clean though, Fury comes forward too, and hits Wilder hard - quick jab!
Another big jab from Fury, the first bit of the round goes the way of Wilder but I think Fury wins it. Newshub score: 10-9 Fury.
This is Fury's get up.
6:04pm - Wilder is on his way out looking like something out of a movie, all black armour with a full-face mask to boot too - looks bad ass. He has red lights around his eyes, looks superb.
6:01pm - He's finally in the ring - five minutes.
5:58pm - He's now being wheeled out to the ring sitting on a throne - in typical Fury fashion, this is fantastic.
5:56pm - Fury is on his way out, dressed in some red pimp gown, and a crown on his head.. a true Gypsy King I guess.
5:50pm - Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury is not far away, ring walks are up next.
Main event up next.
It's over! Charles Martin gets the knock out, a one-punch to the chin of Washington and he's out.
It's all over! Emanuel Navarrete wins by TKO, in the 11th round. Up next, Charles Martin vs Gerald Washington (Heavyweight)
4pm - Up next, Emanuel Navarrete vs Jeo Santisima (Super-Bantamweight)
The first fight is over, and Fundora wins by unanimous decision.
3:03pm - Sebastian Fundora vs Daniel Lewis (Super-Welterweight) is the first fight, not too far away from it.
Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury (Heavyweight) - set to start between 5pm - 6pm NZT
Charles Martin vs Gerald Washington (Heavyweight)
Emanuel Navarrete vs Jeo Santisima (Super-Bantamweight)
Sebastian Fundora vs Daniel Lewis (Super-Welterweight)
Kia ora, good afternoon and welcome to Newshub's live coverage of the WBC Heavyweight bout between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury.
TAB Odds: Deontay Wilder $1.90 Tyson Fury $1.90
Pre-fight chat: Tyson Fury packs on weight for Deontay Wilder rematch
Britain's Tyson Fury weighed in 19 kilograms heavier than champion Deontay Wilder as the two heavyweights prepare for their much-anticipated WBC title rematch in Las Vegas on Sunday.
Wilder and Fury fought to a dramatic draw after 12 rounds at the Los Angeles Staples Center in 2018, but both men have gained considerable weight from their original meeting.
Brit Fury, who is unbeaten in 30 fights, tipped the scales at 123.8kgs (273 pounds) - a gain of 7.5kgs (17 pounds) from the first meeting.
"I've been holding that weight for the last two months of training camp and sparring every day with it - 273 pounds of pure British beef," said Fury.
The 35-year-old American Wilder, who is unbeaten in 42 fights with 41 knockouts , also increased to a career-high 104.7kgs (231 pounds) after weighing 97kgs (214 pounds) in LA.
"At the end of the day, we're heavyweights so it really doesn't matter, because I've been underweight for pretty much my entire career," said Wilder when asked about the career milestone weight.
"I don't care about weight but I'm in a better state and a better mind than last time."
Wilder added that Fury's weight is more of a disadvantage going into the American's 11th title defence as the holder of the WBC belt since 2015.
"I've always had to fight bigger guys," Wilder said.
"That's just only going to slow him down so bring it on! I'm not worried about his weight. I'm telling you, don't blink."
Because of a melee at the press conference on Wednesday, the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC), the board which sanctioned the bout, prohibited any face-offs between the two fighters.
"It's no secret that I want a knockout against Wilder and by the way he looked on stage, he looks like a scared p***y to me," Fury said.
Instead, the two boxers stood at a distance on stage, with Fury pointing and screaming expletives at his rival and Wilder retaliating with similar wording.