11:23 / E Martë, 04 Dhjetor 2018 / indeksADMonline

Dhjetë boksierët më të mirë të peshave të rënda pas duelit, Wilder – Fury

Në mbrëmjen e së shtunës, Tyson Fury shkaktoi ”trazira” në divizionin e peshave të rënda në boks.. sërish.

”Gipsy King” u kthye në ring në kategorinë, WBC për t’u pëerballur me të pamposhturin, amerikanin, Deontay Wilder.

Përballja, Fury – Wilder, e zhvilluar në Las Vegas në fundjavën që lamë pas, përfundoi baras.

Pasi mungesës disa-vjeçare të Furyt, Anthony Joshua, boksieri po konsiderohet sot si numri një i këtij divizioni, transmeton IndeksOnline.

Por, tani, s’mund të themi se Fury është ende në mungesë.

Tani, TalkSport ka përpiluar listën prej 10 boksierëve më të mirë aktual në botë, ku prinë Tyson Fury.

10. Dominic Breazeale (19-1, 17 KOs)

Dominic Breazeale’s sole loss came to Anthony Joshua in the first defence of his IBF belt back in 2016. Since then, the American has returned with an impressive KO win against unbeaten rising Polish prospect Izuagbe Ugonoh, and a less enthralling stoppage of Eric Molina. Breazeale is currently WBC mandatory in waiting and will likely be called as Deontay Wilder’s next challenger after he fights Carlos Negron on December 22.

9. Kubrat Pulev (26-1, 13 KOs)

Kubrat Pulev has defeated a number of notable heavyweights in his career and was only vanquished by Wladimir Klitschko in 2014. The Bulgarian became Anthony Joshua’s next IBF mandatory challenger – although that won’t be called just yet – after defeating Hughie Fury in a final eliminator on October 27.

8. Adam Kownacki (18-0, 14 KOs)

Adam Kownacki is a rising Polish heavyweight prospect who is building a decent record with wins over the likes of Charles Martin and Artur Szpilka. The 29-year-old is far from technically superb, but comes forward with an all-action, high-intensity, high-pressure style which makes for entertaining fights. He returns on January 26 against Gerald Washington.

7. Alexander Povetkin (34-2, 24 KOs)

Alexander Povetkin proved he is still a solid operator with his display in the early rounds of his defeat to Anthony Joshua in September. The Russian veteran gave AJ trouble, but was ultimately KO’d by the younger man. Despite being 39, he has vowed not to retire and will fight on in 2019.

6. Joseph Parker (24-2, 18 KOs)

Joseph Parker became WBO champion with a win over Andy Ruiz Jr in 2016, plus also picked up victories over Carlos Takam and Hughie Fury. However, the New Zealander then suffered back-to-back defeats to Anthony Joshua and Dillian Whyte, and will now start his comeback against Alexander Flores on December 15.

5. Dillian Whyte (24-1, 17 KOs)

Dillian Whyte has built an impressive slate of heavyweight triumphs with names such as Joseph Parker, Lucas Browne, Robert Helenius and Dereck Chisora all on his record. He is on the verge of a world title opportunity, but will first rematch Chisora on December 22.

4. Luis Ortiz (30-1, 26 KOs)

Luis Ortiz doesn’t quite have as strong a résumé as Dillian Whyte, yet the way he performed in his world title defeat to Deontay Wilder has established him as narrowly above the Brit in our rankings. The Cuban also holds a good win over Bryant Jennings from 2015.

3. Deontay Wilder (40-0-1, 39 KOs)

Deontay Wilder finally proved himself as an elite force at heavyweight by beating Luis Ortiz in March. While his technical ability can be questioned, his sheer power certainly cannot. Nevertheless, he should have lost his WBC heavyweight title on Saturday night and will need to defeat in a rematch Fury to redeem his place above him.

2. Anthony Joshua (22-0, 21 KOs)

Anthony Joshua’s impressive record surpasses Deontay Wilder’s as it includes wins over Dillian Whyte, Alexander Povetkin Joseph Parker, Dominic Breazeale and most notably Wladimir Klitschko. There is no question that the current three-belt champion was the world number one… until Saturday night.

1. Tyson Fury (27-0-1, 19 KOs)

Tyson Fury had his troubles out of the ring which saw him drop from all rankings while AJ built a career in his absence, however he’s now proved that he’s back at an elite level and so must reclaim his spot on the throne. Fury has a more comfortable win over a younger, more active version of Wladimir Klitschko than the one Anthony Joshua faced, and has now also beaten Deontay Wilder in our opinion, which puts him above his fellow countryman.