Tyson Fury

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Tyson Luke Fury (born 12 August 1988) is a British professional boxer. He is a two-time world heavyweight champion, having held the WBC and The Ring magazine titles since defeating Deontay Wilder in 2020; previously he held the unified WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO, and The Ring titles after defeating Wladimir Klitschko in 2015. With his defeat of Wilder, Fury became the third heavyweight, after Floyd Patterson and Muhammad Ali, to hold The Ring magazine title twice, and is considered to be the lineal heavyweight champion. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Tyson Fury has received more than 26,665,739 page views. His biography is available in 31 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 27 in 2019). Tyson Fury is the 111th most popular boxer (down from 103rd in 2019), the 3,996th most popular biography from United Kingdom (up from 4,027th in 2019) and the 8th most popular British Boxer.

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Tyson Fury defeats Deontay Wilder to retain WBC heavyweight title in Las Vegas
Tyson Fury delivers 11th-round stoppage to beat Deontay Wilder and retain his WBC heavyweight title in a thrilling trilogy fight in Las Vegas.
The Guardian
Tyson Fury after Deontay Wilder win: ‘I’m the greatest heavyweight of my era’
<ul><li>British fighter retains his WBC crown following epic battle</li><li>Fury floors Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas in the 11th round</li></ul>Tyson Fury declared himself the “greatest heavyweight of my era” after Saturday night’s heart-pounding win over Deon…
The Guardian
Tyson Fury beats Deontay Wilder in all-time classic to retain WBC heavyweight title
<ul><li>British fighter gets knocked down twice but recovers to win</li><li>As it happened: Bryan Graham’s round-by-round report</li></ul>Tyson Fury has retained the WBC heavyweight championship after he won the third fight of his trilogy with Deontay Wilder …
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Tyson Fury slams 'sore loser' Deontay Wilder after thrilling 11th-round KO – video
Tyson Fury said his win over Deontay Wilder on Saturday cemented his standing as the best fighter of his generation before slammed his American opponent for being a 'sore loser'. Fury got up from two fourth-round knockdowns and stopped Deontay Wilder in the 1…

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Among boxers, Tyson Fury ranks 111 out of 324Before him are Anthony Joshua, James Smith, Amado Azar, Juan Manuel Márquez, Héctor Camacho, and Boris Lagutin. After him are Kim Duk-koo, Alfonso Zamora, Vasyl Lomachenko, David Carstens, Sam Langford, and Deontay Wilder.

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Among people born in 1988, Tyson Fury ranks 75Before him are Cariba Heine, Angelique Kerber, Claire Holt, Mauricio Isla, Hardwell, and Marcel Schmelzer. After him are Colton Haynes, ASAP Rocky, Neven Subotić, Anna Popplewell, Vasyl Lomachenko, and Sébastien Buemi.

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In United Kingdom

Among people born in United Kingdom, Tyson Fury ranks 3,996 out of 6,924Before him are Michael Foot (1913), Nathaniel Parker (1962), William Sherard (1659), Leslie Phillips (1924), Herbert Ponting (1870), and George Cohen (1939). After him are Jimmy Gallagher (1901), John Pond (1767), Frank Swift (1913), Christian Coulson (1978), Sean Pertwee (1964), and John Campbell, 2nd Duke of Argyll (1680).

Among BOXERS In United Kingdom

Among boxers born in United Kingdom, Tyson Fury ranks 8Before him are Bob Fitzsimmons (1863), Ronald Rawson (1892), Henry Cooper (1934), Naseem Hamed (1974), Frederick Grace (1884), and Anthony Joshua (1989). After him are Ted Morgan (1906), Frank Bruno (1961), David Haye (1980), Joe Calzaghe (1972), Dick McTaggart (1935), and Ricky Hatton (1978).

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