Tyson Fury proved himself as the best heavyweight fighter in the World, and there's a significant distance between he and No. 2.
Fury gave away his strategy weeks ago, stating he was going to be aggressive from the outset, and he delivered. Deontay Wilder, meanwhile, has to walk back a few comments and then some.
He ought to be thankful his head is still attached to his body.
One punch by Fury seemed to take Wilder's legs out from under him. We don't necessarily buy this excuse.
This, equally, was all kinds of weird.
We can't think of a greater insult.
We can only hope his medical team can patch him up better than that.
The man literally had no time to react.
No wonder Fury was in his head.
That was in simplest terms, my recollection of this entire fight.
It seems to have left its mark.
Who is actually saying that?
Fury was just crazy enough to make this fight work for him.