Tyson Fury With An Almost Blind Eye, Defeats Otto Wallin In 12 Rounds (Photos)

British Heavyweight, Tyson Fury, despite being blind in one eye for a majority of the match, held his own, and took down the undefeated Swedish fighter, Otto Wallin in their heavyweight boxing fight Saturday night.

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The undefeated Fury, standing at 6ft9, won the 12-round bout against Otto Wallin, 6ft5, in a unanimous decision and with the victory, Fury improves to 29-0-1, including 20 wins by knockout, setting up a mouth watering multi-million dollar rematch fight with Deontay Wilder next.

According to the three judges, Tyson Fury won 116-112, 117-111 and 118-110

Fury after The fight told ESPN: “It was a great fight … For a majority of the fight I couldn’t see out of my left eye. That was just what I needed, I will get the eye stitched up and come back ten times stronger. I had one eye from the third round.”
“There was no sense of panic, I am a Gypsy warrior. Just congratulations to Otto Wallin. I enjoyed feeling a bit of blood spilling into my mouth. Now lets just get Deontay Wilder on February 22.”

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Wallin said: “I did everything I could, I tried my best and Tyson is a great champion. Nobody can question my heart or question that I’m a good fighter.”

Wallin, who lost for the first time in 21 outings, was seen as an easy night’s work on Fury’s route to a rematch with WBC world heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder but he admitted he tried to hit Fury’s cut “even more” and his come-forward tactics delivered a true scrap.

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