Boxing: Fury defends the WBC belt once again
Tyson Fury won the third part of a boxing trilogy against Deontay Wilder (USA) and thus successfully defended the WBC heavyweight belt. The 33-year-old Briton remained undefeated in Las Vegas by being eliminated in the eleventh round in the 32nd professional match. “Don’t ever doubt me. “I’m always going to do it,” Fury said after his victory when it comes to that. And: “I’ve always said I’m the best in the world and he’s the second best in the world. It was a great fight.” The two boxers fell multiple times in an amazing fight in front of 15,820 spectators.
Motocross: The second podium for belts
Swiss motocross racer Jeremy Sior has finished on the podium in the MXGP Class One for the second time this year. In the first two races at France’s La Capelle Marival, Zürcher Unterländer finished third on the Yamaha behind local champion Romain Febvre and world championship leader Jeffrey Herlings of the Netherlands. In the overall standings, Seewer is sixth after 24 out of 36 races.
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