Tyson Fury ranked best heavyweight fighter after historical upset against Wilder

Tyson Fury ranked best heavyweight fighter after historical upset against Wilder

- Tyson Fury has now been ranked number one fighter in new heavyweight divison ranking

- Gypsy King moved ahead of others in the division after a sweat-boiling showdown against Wilder

- Bronze Bomber came close behind the British with Anthony Joshua sealing the third spot

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Tyson Fury has been ranked number one fighter in the heavyweight division following his flawless victory over Deontay Wilder in Las Vega on Sunday, February 23.

The Gypsy King totally outsmarted Bronze Bomber in the heavyweight showdown that went down in history, becoming the new WBC champion of the world far from his homeland in the United Kingdom.

During the sweat-boiling showdown that held at the iconic MGM Grand Garden Arena, Fury recorded an emphatic seventh-round stoppage over Deontay, leaving the ears and mouth of his opponent in bleed.

Wilder's corner had to throw in the towel as Fury became the WBC champion and remain undefeated with a perfectly clean sheet in 31 fights.

Wilder and Fury had their first fight in December 2018 and it resulted into a controversial split, with both sides emerging winners in grand style.

The American heavyweight champ had landed a brutal knockout-bound punch on Tyson Fury but the Brit got his moves back to give Wilder some chases inside the ring.

Fury has now moved ahead of Anthony Joshua and both Deontay Wilder in the heavyweight division after being ranked by The Athletic.

Coming behind Fury is the immediate WBC champion Wilder who lost his first career fight as a professional boxer to Fury.

Two-time heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua came on the third spot while Mexican heavyweight champ Andy Ruiz sealed the fourth spot.

Heavyweight new boy Oleksandr Usyk is ranked fifth while British fighter Dillian Whyte is on the sixth spot with Cuban heavyweight star Luis Ortiz coming behind.

Adam Kownacki, Daniel Dubois and Joseph Parker completed the ten-man list in style.

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Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh had reported that Deontay Wilder has been reportedly rushed to the hospital following a shocking first career defeat to Tyson Fury.

The American missed the post-fight press conference and reports have suggested that he might have damaged his eardrum after he was seen escorted out of the fight scene.

The former WBC champion was reported to have received stitches to his ear in the dressing room and received treatment on his cut lip before he was taken to the hospital to avoid more complications.

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