In the highly anticipated rematch between Tyson Fury and heavyweight champion Deontey Wilder, Fury defeated Wilder by TKO in round 7. Fury came into the fight with a record of 29-0-1, and Wilder held a record of 42-0-1, with 41 knockouts. In their first fight, Fury and Wilder ended in a tie, going all the way into 12 rounds before the match was ruled a draw. According to boxstat, in their first match, Fury out punched Wilder 115-85. In the second fight, Fury out hit Wilder 82-34, according to the boxingscene. Fury took over the title of WBC heavyweight world champion after defeating the former champion in the second fight. Tyson Fury predicted his dominating victory about 7 years ago on Twitter, stating that he would eventually knock Wilder out in the biggest fight of his career.