Usyk Ends Fury’s Unbeaten Record, Emerges First Undisputed Heavyweight Champion In 25 Years

Oleksandr Usyk ended Tyson Fury’s Unbeaten record as he earned a split decision win to become the first undisputed heavyweight champion since 1999.

Usyk won via split decision to become the first undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis in 1999.

The judges scored the fight 115-112 to Usyk, 114-113 to Fury and 114-113 to Usyk.

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While Fury went into the fight on a run of 34 win, one draw and no defeat, Usyk had 21 wins also with no losses.

It meant Fury, 35, lost for the first time in a 16-year professional career. The 37-year-old Ukrainian now holds the WBA, WBC, WBO, IBF, IBO and Ring Magazine belts.

There were some notable names present in the title fight tagged: Ring of Fire. Among those present were Brazil football star Neymar, Real Madrid and Manchester United legend Cristina

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