Deontay Wilder may not agree with the decision, but at the end of the day he's more than just a boxer, and his trainers care for his well-being. In the seventh round of their rematch, the Gypsy King, Tyson Fury, officially took over as WBC Heavyweight Champion of the World.
Fury knocked Wilder down on several occasions, including a brutal blow to Wilder's eardrum. Such a punch seemed to throw Wilder off his balance, of which he never fully recovered, making for an easy decision by his corner after the 34-year-old failed to recover over the next few rounds.
While Fury's prediction of second-round knockout didn't come to fruition, this isn't a bad consolation prize. Fury's battled his own demons and won, so taking out Wilder isn't anything surprising to him, despite how shocking it might be to us given how dominant the Bronze Bomber has been for years.
What a comeback story for Fury.