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Tyson Fury vs Whyte LIVE: Result as Fury knocks out Whyte at Wembley

Follow all the fallout from Fury vs Whyte at Wembley Stadium

Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte face off at weigh-in

Tyson Fury retained the WBC heavyweight title with a stunning knockout of Dillian Whyte on Saturday night, remaining unbeaten by stopping his challenger in the sixth round at Wembley Stadium.

A crowd of 94,000 had gathered in the London venue to watch one of the biggest clashes in the history of British heavyweight boxing, and both fighters received plenty of cheers as they made their entrances for the main event – though Fury, 33, was clearly the fan favourite for those in attendance. The “Gypsy King” entered the fight undefeated and emerged the same way, improving his record to 32-0-1 (23 knockouts), while handing Whyte the third loss of the Jamaican-born Londoner’s professional career.

Fury had looked the sharper fighter all throughout the bout as Whyte, 34, struggled to manage range. The challenger was jabbing from too great a distance and missing with wild overhand rights as he looked to get closer to the champion. Late in the fifth round, Fury stung Whyte with a one-two. One round later, it was all over. Whyte parried a jab but left his right hand high, obscuring his own vision as Fury drilled an uppercut into the “Bodysnatcher”’s jaw. Whyte collapsed to the canvas, and although he beat the referee’s count, the fight was waved off as Whyte fell into the official’s arms. “I think this is it, it might be the final curtain,” said Fury afterwards, having claimed ahead of the event that he would retire. “And what a way to go out”. Follow all the fallout from Fury vs Whyte, below.

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Tommy Fury did in fact call out Jake Paul, by the way, saying: “Get the contract signed, you bum! Let’s get it done once and for all.”

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David Adeleye, a training partner of Tyson Fury, is out next to face Chris Healey in a heavyweight clash.

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Tommy Fury def. Daniel Bocianski via decision (60-54).

On this evidence, does Fury beat Jake Paul if that fight is made? Maybe just...

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Tommy Fury vs Bocianski – Round 6

A series of jabs from Fury to start the final round. Bocianski initiates another clinch.

Fury catches Bocianski on the end of a jab. The Pole tries an overhand right from miles away; unsurprisingly it’s nowhere near Fury.

Fury does look to be breathing heavily, his mouth agape. Bocianski is bleeding from that cut.

Fury fires off three straight shots, but Bocianski is able to partially block.

The Pole makes it to the final bell, but he’ll find that he’s been comfortably outpointed here.

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Tommy Fury vs Bocianski – Round 5

Pawing jabs from Fury and a hard right hook to the ribs.

Down goes Bocianski! He’s quickly back to his feet, but he’s been cut badly around his left eye.

Sharp jab from Fury, then a straight right that snaps back Bocianski’s head. Is this the beginning of the end?

A right hook wobbles the Pole! He falls onto the ropes but stays on his feet.

Another right hook troubles Bocianski, who holds on to Fury to buy time.

They separate and a right hand puts down Bocianski again!

He’s back to his feet and survives to the end of the round! How much does he have left?

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Tommy Fury vs Bocianski – Round 4

A counter right hook from Fury catches Bocianski in the chest. An uppercut narrowly misses the Pole’s jaw.

Good head movement from Fury after sneaking in a jab, and Bocianski grabs hold of him to keep the Briton still.

They lean against the ropes before being separated late in the frame.

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Tommy Fury vs Bocianski – Round 3

The pair trade left hooks to start the third round.

Two right hooks connect for Fury and then he squeezes an uppercut through Bocianksi’s guard.

One-two from Fury stuns Bocianski slightly, but the Pole fires back with a right hand.

Bocianski now misses with a wild overhand right, though, staggering forward as he does.

He’s caught with a counter right late in the round.

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Big cheers as Tyson Fury is shown on the big screen.

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Tommy Fury vs Bocianski – Round 2

A counter right straight staggers Bocianksi!

Fury lands a combination up top and Bocianski backs up...

Fury applying pressure here but Bocianski is able to avoid the heaviest shots.

The light-heavyweights clinch for a significant portion of the round, but now they’re free again...

Fury light on his feet as he looks to pick his punches.

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Tommy Fury vs Bocianski – Round 1

Fury presses forward, flicking out jabs. Already there’s been a fair bit of grappling when the men get close.

Decent one-two by Fury to a crouching Bocianski.

Now a double-jab from Fury, with the latter of the two shots connecting.

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