WATCH: Tyson Fury’s devastating left hook shatters the punching machine nearly hitting maximum power

Tyson Fury almost smashes the top score in a punching machine as he lands a destructive left hook.

WATCH: Tyson Fury’s devastating left hook shatters the punching machine nearly hitting maximum power

Tyson Fury (Image via IMAGO)

Tyson Fury is well-known and praised for his adaptability in the ring. Even at 6 feet 9 inches tall, Fury is intimidating. However, it’s not just his striking strength that makes him special; it’s also his special combination of agility and defensive skill.

Beyond just his striking capabilities, Fury’s career in boxing is shaped by his amazing journey. Fury had personal adversity, his memorable fights, like his well-known triumph against Deontay Wilder in 2020. His endearing nature has made him a beloved character in the sport.

However, no one should understimate Fury’s punching power. He showcased his formidable power in a viral clip that gained considerable attention. This video was captured by Fury’s assistant coach, Andy Lee. The coach extended an invitation to the boxer to demonstrate his punching prowess on a punching machine. Fury accepted the challenge, and with a massive left hook, he struck the punch ball. His punch scored an amazing 993 points out of a possible 999.

Fury’s impressive professional record reflects his remarkable punching power. With 24 wins via knockout, Fury’s ability to throw punches with precision and impact remains evident. His ability featured in his 2020 bout against Deontay Wilder, where he secured a memorable knockout victory, solidifying his position as a dominant force in the heavyweight division and highlighting his exceptional boxing skills and punching prowess.

Tyson Fury compares the punching power of Deontay Wilder with other professional boxers he faced

Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder remains one of the biggest rivalries in the modern era of boxing. The pair fought each other three times, and every time it was a spectacle for fight fans. 

Tyson Fury (Image Courtesy: The US Sun)
Tyson Fury (Image Courtesy: The US Sun)

Wilder lost his belt as well as the whole rivalry with Fury and, through the course, mostly criticized the Brits. However, Fury frequently shared his admiration for Wilder and even called him the hardest hitter he had ever faced. 

In a post-fight reflection, Tyson Fury recounted in an interview the moment he faced Wilder in the ring, saying that he got in there and thought, ‘This is easy’. But all of a sudden, he went to block a jab and felt Wilder’s knuckle go right through his hand, nearly breaking it. 

At that critical moment, he made a conscious decision to avoid the power of Wilder’s punches. The first fight between the two heavyweights indeed saw Wilder drop Fury, but in a miraculous turn of events, the ‘Gypsy King‘ displayed remarkable resilience by getting up and continuing the battle. 

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