Tyson Fury won his trilogy with Deontay Wilder on Saturday night.

In what was one of the best boxing matches in recent history, Fury knocked Wilder down early before surviving a pair of knockdowns from Wilder himself.

However, Fury was back in control soon after as he hurt the American a number of times. Wilder showed tremendous heart to survive for so long, but was ultimately dropped a couple of times before he was down for good in the 11th round.

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As a result, he defended his WBC heavyweight title for the first time.

You can watch the highlights below:

Can anyone beat Tyson Fury?

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A martial artist and former coach for two decades from Houston, Texas. Specializing in the disciplines of kickboxing, karate, MMA, and Jiu Jitsu.