Tyson Fury wanted blood in Las Vegas, and he got it — quite literally.

The British boxing superstar defeated Deontay Wilder on Saturday via seventh-round TKO to claim the WBC heavyweight title. Fury, who settled for a draw in his 2018 fight against Wilder, dominated his opponent and even licked his blood. The match ended after Wilder’s corner threw in the towel amid a brutal beating in the seventh round.

Fury recorded to knockdowns, both of which were captured in ringside you simply have to see.

Here’s one in the third round:

And here’s another in the seventh:

After the match, Fury was joined by a sellout crowd for a rendition of “The Day the Music Died.”

Take a look:

Fury’s professional record now stands at 30-0-1, while Wilder’s dropped to 42-1-1. The two fighters are under contract for a third fight, though Wilder can opt out.

In all likelihood, Fury’s next fight will come against fellow heavyweight Anthony Joshua, whom many boxing fans want to see take on Wilder.

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