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In a thrilling match at the Kingdom Arena in Riyadh, Oleksandr Usyk emerged victorious in a razor-thin split decision against Tyson Fury to claim the undisputed heavyweight boxing world champion title. Despite being significantly smaller than his opponent, Usyk had to weather a storm in the middle of the fight but made an impressive comeback, forcing Fury to take a standing count in the ninth round on his way to victory.

Usyk became history by becoming the first boxer to hold all four major heavyweight belts simultaneously since Lennox Lewis in 2000. The Ukrainian dominated the opening rounds but had to showcase his skills and resilience throughout the fight as he faced off against Fury’s impressive body shots. However, Usyk continued to display his power throughout the match and ultimately turned the tide in his favor with powerful punches that left Fury struggling in the final rounds.

In an emotional moment after his victory, Usyk celebrated with the Ukrainian flag and expressed his gratitude for the opportunity. He stated that it was a significant moment for him, his family, and his country and mentioned that he would grant Fury an immediate rematch. Meanwhile, Jai Opetaia won the IBF cruiserweight title in a unanimous decision while Anthony Cacace retained his IBO super-featherweight title and claimed the IBF belt with a TKO win over Joe Cordina in the co-main event.

Overall, it was an incredible night of boxing at Kingdom Arena as two of their best fighters battled for supremacy. The crowd was on edge from start to finish as they watched Usyk’s impressive comeback against Fury’s formidable skills. The results of this epic battle will surely go down in history as one of the greatest fights of all time.

Ultimately, Oleksandr Usyk has proven himself as a true champion both inside and outside of the ring by becoming history by holding all four major heavyweight belts simultaneously since Lennox Lewis in 2000. His incredible comeback against Tyson Fury is just one example of what makes him such a formidable fighter.

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