World-renowned heavyweight boxer, Deontay Wilder has been taken to the hospital after Tyson Fury brutally knocked him out in the early hours of Sunday, SportsMail reports.
However, the Bronze Bomber will not be staying overnight.
Wilder was knocked down three times in Las Vegas.
The fight was waved off by referee Russell Mora in the 11th round, after Wilder was heavily floored by Tyson.
The American then swiftly left the arena, while Fury entertained the Vegas crowd.
It was Wilder’s second straight defeat to Fury, who retained his WBC belt with the victory.
He will now undergo precautionary tests in hospital.
The 35-year-old will not be kept overnight, however, with his manager Shelly Finkel insisting Wilder is in good health.