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Tyson Fury vs. Francis Ngannou By The Numbers

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Tyson Fury vs. Francis Ngannou By The Numbers

On Saturday, October 28, all eyes will descend on Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, as Tyson Fury (33-0-1, 24 KOs) takes on Francis Ngannou (0-0, 17-3 MMA), with “The Gypsy King” describing this upcoming fight as “an absolute battle royale.” Stay with Big Fight Weekend for information on how to stream, betting odds and the full fight card.  

This highly publicised clash will see ex-UFC star Ngannou make his professional boxing debut against Fury – who was last seen in the ring when he beat up Derek Chisora until the referee stopped the fight in round ten. The buildup began when Fury and Ngannou kicked off their media tour with a press conference in New York on August 15.

We have decided to give you a numerical breakdown of Saturday night’s fight. 

Tyson Fury vs. Francis Ngannou Fight by Numbers

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Build Up to Fury vs. Ngannou Fight by Numbers

1792 (on October 28) days since Fury last failed to win a professional boxing fight, when his first fight against Deontay Wilder was a split decision draw.

7896 (on October 28) hours since “The Gypsy King” defeated Derek Chisora via a tenth-round TKO. After nine rounds of punishment for “Delboy” the referee stopped the fight after a heavy right hook from Fury.

16 of 20: The number of wins for Ngannou inside the distance while fighting in the UFC, with his sole points decision win coming over Ciryl Gane in his final UFC fight.

Read More: Reliving Tyson Fury Debut and Dawn of New Heavyweight Reign

12 of 20: The number of first-round knockouts by Francis Ngannou in the UFC, with his last opening-round win coming against Jairzinho Rozenstruik on May 9, 2020.

10,000: The approximate population of Batié, the village where Ngannou was born and raised.

$79.99: The pay-per-view price on ESPN+ for Fury vs. Ngannou. The fight will also be shown on TNT Sports Box Office in the UK for £21.95.

5: The number of heavyweight fights on the undercard.

Since this fight was announced, Fury and Oleksandr Usyk have signed to fight each other, with a date to be announced. 

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Freelance Writer and Digital Marketer, spending most of his time waiting for the Tyson Fury vs Usyk announcement. Also watches YouTube videos of Lennox Lewis fights on a daily basis.

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