Tyson Fury hits twice as many punches as Deontay Wilder after an epic trilogy victory in Las Vegas.
In a rollercoaster fight, Fury scored a total of three knockdowns, but failed himself twice.
But his class prevailed as he later knocked out a brave and resilient Wilder in the 11th round.
NS Compubox Punch statistics later revealed that Fury threw 150 out of 385 punches, with an incredible 39 percent accuracy.
Wilder, who had shot down Britt twice in round four, threw 355 but only tied with 355, giving him 20 percent accuracy.
Fury’s trainer Sugarhill Steward requests the Gypsy King to do ‘Jab the Motherf***er’ to compensate for Wilder’s attacks.
And the WBC champion ended the fight with an accuracy of 31 percent, landing 36 jabs from 117 throws.
Wilder, meanwhile, landed with only nine jabs out of 102 thrown, meaning he tied with just nine percent.
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Fury’s power punching is where the fight was decided, landing with 114 of his 268 attempts, ending with 43 percent accuracy.
Wilder lands with 63 of the 253 he threw, with an accuracy rate of 25 percent.
Only in the first round, with eight shots added for each, did the American, who was later taken to the hospital, equal Fury’s output.
Fury said: “It was a great fight, we rarely see the heavyweight trilogy but they never disappointed.
“The Me and Wilder saga is done for good now, it went both ways, we both had chances to win but I dug deep and wanted more of it.
“It comes down to who leads but I wasn’t ready to go to the judges.”