Tyson Fury vs. Oleksandr Usyk has been played in the new boxing game Undisputed.
The highly anticipated game, formerly known as ESBC, is now available for PC gamers after starting Early Access late last month.
Boxing fans are already using the game to simulate fantasy fights in the sport.
One of the best fights that could happen today is the undisputed world heavyweight title showdown between WBC King Fury and WBA, IBF and WBO champion Usyk.
YouTube channel GameRiot placed the two boxers in a computer-controlled environment and allowed the game’s technology to determine a winner.
If Fury and Usyk actually meet, it’s expected to be a tactical affair between two elite boxers.
However, in Undisputed, the pair came out of the blocks and traded heavy blows from the first bell.
Fury scored a first-round knockdown by smashing Usyk with a hard right hand to the body.
The Ukrainian came back to his feet and survived the opener.
In the second though, he was down again as Fury pinned him with two straight rights to the head.
Once again Usyk got up and reached the break, but it was clear the writing was already on the wall in this virtual fight.
Fury hit his opponent in round three, using body shots to take him down for the third time.
Usyk got to his feet and fought back, but was dramatically knocked out with a huge right to the head five seconds later.
Fury had his hand raised by referee Kenny Bayless and celebrated as he was declared the winner by KO3.
In the real world, boxing fans are hoping to see Fury vs Usyk on April 29.
Fury’s British co-promoter Frank Warren told White and Jordan on talkSPORT on Thursday: “The fight will be 100% on the last Saturday in April.
“I sincerely believe that the place where it will take place will be determined within the next six or seven days maximum.
“If we can’t do what we’re being asked to do with Tyson and Usyk [in Saudi Arabia]then the fight will take place in the UK.