Tyson Fury

Top 10 Tyson Fury Wins

Ten times when the Gypsy King was at his peak.

by Konstantin Simidchiyski
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Calling himself The Gypsy King, British heavyweight boxer Tyson Fury is a true force of nature.

Still unbeaten and two-time world heavyweight champion, Fury is not just a world-class fighter, but also a spectacular entertainer. He sings after his fights, mocks his opponents while fighting and gives the most hilarious press conferences. 

But if we leave the fun out of the picture, Tyson Fury is an incredible fighter as well. He’s incredibly technical, has an extraordinary boxing IQ and has the mentality of a warrior. It’s the whole package. 

During his career The Gypsy King achieved some impressive things. He did the impossible by defeating the mighty Wladimir Klitschko while also won twice against American heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder. But his most impressive win came in his personal life when he overcame depression and addiction, returning in the sport to become a world champion again. “I wanted to kill myself”, he admitted. But he found strength to prove that no matter how bad it is, mental illness could be dealt with. Especially when you’re the former heavyweight champion of the world!

What are Tyson Fury’s best wins during his career so far? Let’s take a look at this:

Kevin Johnson (2012)

In 2012 Tyson Fury agreed to a considerable challenge when he fought former world title contender Kevin Johnson.

The American was a well-known name in the division and he was incredibly dangerous – a hard hitter who can easily put you on the canvas. 

For Fury it wasn’t easy – he had to walk the distance with “Kingpin” Johnson. It ended well, though – The Gypsy King won by an unanimous decision. It was one of the impressive early Tyson Fury wins.

Steve Cunningham (2013)

In 2013 Tyson Fury fought for a first time on American soil. He agreed to face former cruiserweight Steve Cunningham in New York. Cunningham was a lot smaller than Fury, but it was a tricky fight – he was skilled and technical fighter.

Fury won the fight by KO in the 7th round, but he had to survive a scare. Cunningham put him on the floor with a solid overhand. The Gypsy King got back on his feet, but had to be much more careful afterwards.

It was Tyson Fury’s first fight in the US and it ended well. He made a big step towards his goal – to become a world champion.

Derek Chisora II (2014)

Just one year before facing Wladimir Klitschko for the world title, Tyson Fury had to deal for a second time with his compatriot Derek Chisora in London. 

Chisora is traditionally a tough one to crack, but Fury managed to secure the win via RTD in the 10th round. 

Although Derek Chisora was a former contender for the world title, he was unable to stop Fury.

Wladimir Klitschko (2015)

It was probably the best night in Tyson Fury’s life. He achieved two of his biggest dreams on the same day – to defeat Wladimir Klitschko and to become the heavyweight champion of the world.

It was a purely tactical fight between Klitschko and Fury. The Ukrainian was trying to deliver his destructive power shots, but Fury was too smart to feed himself to the world champion.

Instead, he danced around the ring for 12 rounds and won the fight by an unanimous decision. Tyson Fury – champion of the world!

Sefer Seferi (2018)

Why do we include this fight in our list? After all, Sefer Seferi is not among Fury’s best opponents.

Well, this was a special night for The Gypsy King as it was his comeback after three years of inactivity. Three years in which he fought depression, drug and alcohol addiction, and the urge to kill himself.

It might not be Tyson Fury’s most impressive win, but it was a crucial moment for him – the moment when he became a fighter again.

Otto Wallin (2019)

In 2019 Tyson Fury faced the Swedish giant Otto Wallin in the US. Having a height of 1.98 m, Wallin was built just like Fury – he was big enough to get inside and use his physics as an advantage.

It was one of Tyson Fury’s most difficult fights as Wallin successfully bloodied his face. He was a much tougher opponent than anyone expected.

At the end, Fury survived and celebrated the 29th win in his career. But that’s the night when he realised that he’s not invincible – he can be hurt in some serious way. We can say it was one of the most challenging Tyson Fury wins.

Deontay Wilder II (2020)

After their first fight in 2018 ended with a draw, Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder faced each other again in Las Vegas to decide who’s the better fighter. Well, it was Fury.

Everything in this fight ended in the 7th round by a TKO. The Bronze Bomber was seriously hurt by a shot at the temple of his head which made him lose his balance. 

With Wilder being stripped of balance, it was an easy job for Tyson to finish the fight. He won Wilder’s WBC world title and made another step towards a legendary status.

Deontay Wilder III (2021)

It was a time for the trilogy to happen. One year later, these two great rivals faced each other again. Fury aimed to defend his belt while Wilder was hoping to get it back.

It was a crazy fight to watch. We saw five knockdown in total, although Fury was the better fighter again. 

With the fight progressing, Deontay Wilder started to gas out. Meanwhile Tyson showed his great stamina again – he controlled the fight and started to punish the American. Everything came to an end with a massive right hook in Wilder’s head in the 11th round.

Dillian Whyte (2022)

In 2022, it was time for another all-British fight for the world title in the heavyweight division. Tyson Fury agreed to face hard-hitting Dillian Whyte at the Wembley Stadium. It was a fight everyone in the UK wanted to see for a long time.

Before facing Fury, Dillian Whyte destroyed former heavyweight champion Alexander Povetkin with a calamitous TKO in the 4th round. It was so impressive that some Fury fans started to worry – what if Whyte lands the same type of shots against him, too?

Well, it didn’t happen. Tyson Fury dominated the fight and everything ended with an impressive TKO in the 6th round. Once again Fury defended his WBC title and erased one more name from his list.

Derek Chisora III (2022)

After destroying Dillian Whyte, Tyson Fury surprised a lot of people when he have another shot to his old friend Derek Chisora. The two Brits agreed to fight at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London in December.

Chisora was aware that it’s probably his last chance to become a heavyweight champion of the world. Del Boy showed a lot of courage and survived until the 10th round, when Fury ended the fight with a TKO.

The world champion didn’t break a sweat in this fight. The Gypsy King controlled everything since the first bell. Meanwhile Chisora took a lot of unnecessary punishment, but one should admit – he has heart.

FAQ:

Who will Tyson Fury fight next?

Fury is negotiating a deal with compatriot and former heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua. However, they still can’t agree to the terms.

Will Tyson Fury face former UFC champion Francis Ngannou?

Seeing a Tyson Fury – Ngannou fight is a real possibility. The former UFC star wants to switch to boxing, and he aims to face Fury.

What was Tyson Fury’s best win?

His wins against Deontay Wilder were impressive, but we can say that defeating Wladimir Klitschko was the best moment of his career so far.

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