Wilder sadly falls into 4th place as new heavyweight ranking list is revealed (See Joshua's position)
- Tyson Fury has been declared best fighter in the heavyweight division by Ring Magazine
- The Brit came atop others following his KTO victory over Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas
- Surprisingly, Wilder fell to the fourth spot behind Dilian Whyte and Anthony Joshua
Tyson Fury has again come atop the pile as he was named best boxer in the heavyweight division following his stunner against Deontay Wilder at Las Vegas.
The Gypsy King totally outboxed the American in the top showdown that went down the lane to become the new WBC champion of the world.
Held at the iconic MGM Grand Garden Arena, Fury recorded an emphatic seventh-round stoppage over Deontay, leaving the American at the mercy of his corner who had to throw the towel.
10 heavyweight boxer ranking according to Ring Magazine
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The 31-year-old undefeated heavyweight king has now been ranked number one in the Ring Magazine heavyweight ranking.
Coming behind him is IBF, WBO, IBO champ Anthony Joshua who secured the second place following his victory over Andy Ruiz in Mexico last year.
Surprisingly, Deontay Wilder completely fell down the pecking order after his devastating defeat as the magazine placed him on the fourth spot behind Dilian Whyte.
Cuban fighter Luis Ortiz come fifth while Mexican former heavyweight star Andy Ruiz came sixth with both Alexander Povetkin and Joseph Parker coming on 6th and 7th spots respectively.
Ring Magazine also placed Micheal Hunter on the 8th spot with Adam Kownacki coming on the 9th place.
Oscar Rivas capped the ten-man list with 26 wins and one loss and eighteen knockouts.
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Tyson Fury was given a heroic welcome by a teeming legion of fans and waiting mob in the United Kingdom as he made a thrilling return home following victory over Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas.
The Gypsy King pulled the storm to enlist one of the greatest historical upsets in boxing by handing Wilder his first career defeat as a professional boxer.
The 31-year-old boxer cruised to a comfortable victory via a 7th-round knockout to become the new heavyweight WBC champion, leaving Wilder at the mercy of his coaching crew who threw in the towel to avert more damage.
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