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It was the trilogy fight between the two.

 

Tyson Fury’s trilogy with Deontay Wilder entertained boxing fans all over the world, putting their bodies on the line and resulting in Fury having surgery six hours after their bout.

 

 

News has recently come out that Fury suffered injuries to his arms and hands in the fight, requiring six-hour surgery on his elbows after he knocked out Wilder, as confirmed by his father John Fury.

 

 

“Tyson was very badly injured going into that fight,” John Fury told BT Sport.

 

“He was handicapped from the beginning. It wasn’t a boxing match.

 

 

“My son’s No. 1, a legend and will be spoken about for hundreds of years.

 

 

“He’s that damn good and got that burning desire to never get beaten.”

 

 

Tyson Fury defeated Wilder with one round remaining, by that time his injuries were far gone and provided worry among the Fury camp after the fight had ended.

 

 

“He had to have [cortisone] injections into both elbows. He’s since had an operation, six hours, all day in hospital having them sorted out. He had some bone spurs he had to get removed,” his father John explained further.

 

 

“He said to me afterwards, ‘I couldn’t box, I couldn’t work the jab. If I’d missed the jab, it would’ve put me in limp mode and I wouldn’t have been able to fight.

 

 

“‘The pain when throwing the jab was unbearable, so I was fighting two people – the pain in my own body and him. All we could do was make it a war, and I wanted to win more than he did.'”

 

 

It is yet to be seen whether Fury will return to the ring after his most historic win over Wilder, this surgery will surely only delay his return if he does not retire.

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