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The much-anticipated trilogy boxing match between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder has come to close with Fury beating Wilder in a TKO victory.

Going into the third fight, Fury was the odds-on favorite to win with the WBC and lineal heavyweight championship on the line. Earlier this week, Fury spoke with Complex Sports’ Adam Caparell, explaining his gameplan was straightforward. “I’m not interested in showing any skills. I’m interested in smashing Deontay Wilder’s face in. That’s it,” he said. “There’s nothing to talk about. I’m here to kick ass Sea Bass.”

The last time Fury and Wilder faced off was February of 2020, which resulted in a TKO win for Fury in the seventh round to earn a record of 30-0-1 (with Wilder’s record going to 42-1-1), and famously included the Gypsy King tasting his opponent’s blood. The lone draw for both, of course, was from Fury and Wilder’s first match in 2018.