British boxer Tyson Fury defeats Otto Wallin and celebrates Viva Mexico
Tyson Fury demonstrated that he understands perfectly what it means to perform a function of the weekend of the celebrations of the beginning of Mexico's Independence.
The T.Mobile Arena in Las Vegas (USA) experienced an exciting boxing night where the British heavyweight Tyson Fury defeated the Swede Otto Wallin by unanimous decision to retain his World Boxing Council (WBC) title.
It was during the third round of the fight that Fury suffered a deep cut on his right eyebrow, but in the end, he managed to see the judges who handed out 116-112, 117-111 and 118-110 cards in his favor.
"I am the king of the gypsies and this is Mexico's Independence Day. Come on, Mexico!" said Fury, who entered the ring with a hat and dressed in the colors of the Mexican flag.
"It was a good performance and I did 12 good rounds. Otto Wallin was a tough Swede. Blood, guts, heart, and everything was shown tonight," he said.
It is worth mentioning that with this result, Tyson improved his professional record to 29-0-1 and 20 knockouts, while Wallin lost the undefeated and stagnated with a mark of 20-1 and 13 knockouts.
Tyson Fury has been known on more than one occasion as an athlete who loves Mexican culture despite not being his native country and on this occasion for his fight, decided to celebrate the Independence of Mexico and demonstrated it with his attire.
The British came out wearing a Mexican hat, a typical jorongo and gloves with the colors green, white and red.