A week after Tyson Fury’s victory over Deontay Wilder, the boxing world is still amazed at the ease with which he did it.
The “Gypsy King” won by technical knockout in the seventh round of the confrontation in Las Vegas – Wilder’s camp throwing in the towel with their fighter beating.
The American looked upset and there was no sign that he would be able to eliminate Fury as he had done with his past opponents.
David Haye was a person who was amazed at how Fury treated the “bronze bomber” and claimed to have “witnessed the greatness” of the British.
He said, “I don’t know what it was like for everyone at home, but looking at it here, I witnessed the greatness. That’s it.
“The fury was so calculated in each department and as you can see, I am quite impressed.”
And Haye’s reaction to Fury’s victory was photographed when he had a seat on the brink of battle to work as an expert for BT Sport.
You can see when Haye’s face lights up at 3:27 of the clip.
Fury and Wilder will resume combat with the bronze bomber claiming his right to a third fight on Saturday.
Wilder, 34, released an exciting 90-second video promising to stand up again and insisting that “the war has just started”.
Said, “I just wanted to let you know I’m here. Your king is here. And we’re not going anywhere.
“Because the war has just started. I will be resurrected. I am strong. I am a king. You can’t take my pride. I am a warrior. I am a king who will never give up. I am a king who will fight to death.
“And if someone doesn’t understand this, [they] I don’t understand what it’s like to go to war, I don’t understand what it’s like to fight.
“We will get up, I will regain the title. I’ll be back. We will keep our heads high. “