Deontay Wilder banned from fighting for six months after devastating Tyson Fury knockout

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The Nevada State Athletic Commission have banned Deontay Wilder from fighting until at least April 8 to protect the safety of the Bronze Bomber. The former WBC heavyweight world champion was on the receiving end of a brutal beatdown at the MGM Grand against Tyson Fury on Saturday night as the Gypsy King inflicted some heavy punishment on his bitter rival before stopping him in the 11th Round of an all-out war.

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