Lyndon Arthur successfully seized the WBO (Intercontinental), and Commonwealth (British), gentle heavyweight titles by defeating Anthony Yarde via unanimous choice after a 12-round scientific fight.
Arthur was determined to win the fight and kept it all contained within the squared circle. Though he didn’t seem happy with the end result, it was a giant victory for him.
Nonetheless unbeaten, ‘King Arthur’ now has two titles to boast off on his shoulder. He claims to have forgotten his brother, but he doesn’t want to miss any of the success.
The champion became emotional after the huge struggle and spoke about the loss of his brother in one of the most important phases of his life. Arthur is still keeping an eye on him.
The 29-year old misplaced his brother almost 20 years ago. He additionally has a tattoo of him on the correct hand and it’s evident- Arthur’s brother is without doubt one of the greatest causes behind his grind.
“My brother will be looking down now, thinking, ‘wow!’
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Recalling his elder brother, ‘King Arthur’ mentioned, “My brother beloved to see it. He’s wanting down in all probability considering, ‘wow that’s my brother’. My little brother. As a result of I used to be a child, I used to be 10 when he died.”
Arthur has made great strides in his life despite this tragic loss. Arthur still has a long way to go in the sport but is already getting attention from every corner of the globe.
When talking about his boxing journey, the champion said, “I’ve put quite a bit into boxing, 10-11 years and now I’m ranked on the planet… I come from nothing.”
Lyndon Arthur vs Anthony Yarde – Battle consequence
The encounter was too-close to name with a consequence, however ‘King’ nonetheless departed with the win. Yarde defeated Arthur for a brief interval and captured some great photographs.
Nevertheless, these weren’t sufficient to seal the day. In the interim, Lyndon Arthur He enjoyed his moments and was a bit more serious than his opponent. He enjoyed large photographs and returned them with interest on several events.
Yarde and Arthur see the outcome as a theft. However, they are open to discussing their differences in a rematch.