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Tyson Fury knocks out Dillian Whyte and retains world title

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Tyson Fury successfully defended his world heavyweight title at Wembley on Saturday night. In the sixth round, the British boxer knocked out his opponent Dillian Whyte.

Tyson ended the game with an uppercut. Dillian landed on the canvas, after which the referee ended the fight. It was Tyson’s 32nd victory in 33 matches, one match ended without a winner. For Dillian it was his third loss in 31 games.

After the match, the 33-year-old boxer spoke highly of his opponent and compatriot. “Dillian is a warrior and I think one day he will become a world champion,” Tyson said. “Unfortunately he had to fight me tonight. You are not dealing with an average heavyweight, you were taking on the best man in the world.”

94,000 spectators attended Tyson’s final fight at Wembley. This number is a record for Europe. ‘The Gypsy King’, as Tyson is called, has previously announced that he will be retiring from boxing. “I owe it to the fans and everyone in the UK to fight here at Wembley. But I’m a man of my word. This was it for ‘The Gypsy King’, and what a way to end .” Tyson.

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