It took TYSON FURY just six rounds to KO Dillian Whyte in their big Wembley showdown.
The Gypsy King brutally struck down his rival with a ferocious uppercut – branded the “blow of his life”.
Here SunSport explains how the fight Unfolded round by round.
Fury arrived in a St. George’s Cross dress for Patron’s Day with a handful of towels wrapped around his shoulders, making his 6ft 9in, 19th stature look even more imposing.
In a huge shock it was why and non-switch-hitting Fury, who started in the unfamiliar southpaw stance.
The Brixton body snatcher aimed right lead hooks at Fury’s torso and he responded with a right hand in Whyte’s high guard.
Whte returned to his orthodox stance for the second and threw his first huge right Haymaker, missing Fury by miles and nearly destroying the ring by crashing his shot into the ropes.
Fury threw the more accurate shots, Whyte caught most of them but couldn’t land his trademark marks.
Fury scored with a couple of lead left hooks and got the crowd cheering with a double jab right cross.
Whyte always marched forward but Fury expertly tagged him on the rearfoot.
The 13lb Fury had been training since Deontay Wilder’s last great win helped him dance around the edge of the ring again, like in the glory days of 2015 when he dethroned Wladimir Klitschko.
There was a smashing of heads right at the start of the fourth set and respected referee Mark Lyson had to warn them both.
Whyte landed his first clubbing left hook but then had a heavyweight wrestling and the minor official bravely intervened nearly 40th from Raging Bull.
Fury’s trainer Sugar Hill Steward urged his man to dance and jab in the fifth and avoid the roughhousing.
Whyte seemed to wobble from a left hook but he looked at the canvas like he was looking for Divot and laughed it off.
Fury then cracked in a one-two that almost certainly injured the former kickboxer and he started using the better body punches.
Fury bounced and moved between clever attacks, his love handles rippling with his flow.
Then there was a ten second warning for the end of the round and Fury detonated a great uppercut for the ages.
The Brixton man collapsed and valiantly tried to beat the count but he sprawled and crawled against the tide and the referee rightly waved off to save him.
https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/boxing/18355141/tyson-fury-dillian-whyte-rounds/ How Tyson Fury and Dillian Whyte’s fight unfolded round after round, from the shock opening to both boxers being cautioned by the referee