Be brave and enter carefully! Five ultimate damage moments in boxing, Tyson Century’s Bite Too Pediatric
The invention of boxing gloves made fighting more civilized, but the thick leather gloves hit the face for 36 minutes, and the immortal would not leave any traces. At some moments, the shocking injury will make the party who was still in the advantage have to be judged to be technically knocked down by the referee. For this reason, currently includes Tyson·Fry and many other champions will spend a lot of money in equipping professionals to help themselves in the round.
Even so, such an”accident” is still inevitable. Here are the 5 most terrifying facial injuries on the boxing ring:
In 2019, Badu Jack vs Marcus Brown
This is a WBC lightweight championship battle. After the game, the fans Use”hacked by an axe” to describe Jack’s forehead injury. Jack was defeated by his opponent in the seventh round, and then his predominance was immediately reversed. Although the referee made Jack hit the final, but he could not change his defeat. After the game, Jack had to perform surgical operations to heal the wound and left a 7 cm long scar.
2019, Tyson Fury vs Otto Walling
In the face of Otto, who was undefeated in the previous 20 games, Fury won very hard. He was first opened by the opponent’s set of uppercuts. Bai Tyson, who didn’t give up, insisted with a wound, but then was hit by a young opponent in the same position with a second scary wound. After the game, according to Bai Tyson’s acceptance, he stitched 47 stitches for this purpose, so that his eyes could be opened normally.
In 2003, Vitali Klitschko vs Lennox ·Lewis
The British boxing champion successfully defended his WBC gold belt in 6 rounds, Challenger Klee Chinko’s eye injury was cured with 50 stitches… but this one-sided game is the most controversial in boxing history. When Klitschko was defeated by the referee because of a terrible facial injury, he led 58-56 in points, and he did not think he could not hold on. Moreover, when Klitschko once again called for a fight, Lewis retired to avoid the battle to give boxing fans much imagination.
In 1966, Henry Cooper vsMuhammad Ali
Ali made the British boxing champion a fragment. This is the second confrontation between the two sides. In the first battle between the two sides in 1963, Ali defeated the opponent in 5 rounds. In the second game, Henry insisted on the sixth round, but the price he paid for this was that his right eye collapsed, his left eye was stained with blood, the bridge of his nose was bent, and even his shoulder was injured. Henry admitted years later that this was the most tragic defeat in his career.