5 Classic Fights You Can Watch on Your Smartphone

Classic Fights

There is no arguing that combat sports are more popular than ever before. Whether it’s boxing, MMA, or something else, millions of people who weren’t interested in them before have started watching the best fighters in action.

Speaking of watching the best in action, one of the best ways to enjoy sports betting is with Betway’s mobile app because it will allow you to punt on live matches. The operator offers all sorts of combat sports, and each one has something interesting to offer.

When it comes down to watching classic fights on your smartphone, there are a couple of options that you should definitely go through. Most are boxing events, but let’s go through each one.

5 Classic Fights You Can Watch on Your Smartphone

Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder – the 3rd match

If you’re a fan of boxing, you already know that the saga between Fury and Wilder was a joy to watch. Two of the best heavyweight boxers in the world met a total of 3 times and each match gave us a ton of action. However, the third fight definitely stood out because we saw numerous knockdowns and a knockout.

To be honest, most people weren’t that hyped about the third match because Wilder wasn’t able to do much in the second one. However, he definitely stepped up his game in the third clash and almost won the match in the 4th round. Sadly, Fury was better and eventually knocked out Wilder in the 11th round.

Joe Fraizer vs Muhammad Ali 

If you’re a fan of boxing and want to watch something interesting on your smartphone, you can check pretty much every match of Muhammad Ali. However, the series between him and Joe Frazier are probably some of the best ones you’ll ever see.

Also known as “The fight of the century”, the clash between Ali and Frazer was in a league of its own. Both fighters were undefeated prior to this match and had 3 belts each. Although most people expected Ali to win, the first match went for Frazier. Fortunately, Muhammad Ali got his revenge one year later.

Mike Tyson vs Evander Holyfield II

There is no arguing that “Iron” Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield were among the world’s best boxers at the time. The clashes between them will go down in history, so make sure to watch them on your smartphone if you haven’t had the chance to do that yet.

The rematch between these two giants was highly-anticipated because no one expected Holyfield to win the first clash. That said, the latter also won the second fight, but this time, it was Because Mike Tyson was disqualified.

Although the fight was amazing to watch, in the end, Tyson decided to bite both of Holyfield’s ears, which resulted in disqualification. Many boxing experts think this was the beginning of the end for one of the greatest boxers ever.

Robbie Lawler vs Rory McDonald in 2015

Although boxing is one of the most popular combat sports in the world, there is no arguing that MMA also has loads of loyal fans, especially regarding the UFC. There have been many epic matches in this league, but we think the 2015 clash between Robbie Lawler and Rory McDonald stands out.

The 2015 match was the second fight between them because these two met in 2013. In the second match, Lawler had to defend his title, which was one of the reasons why it was so interesting to watch. As expected, both fights gave everything they got, which explains why we saw a lot of blood.

After several rounds, Lawler dealt with his opponent and kept his title.

Alexanders Gustafsson vs Jon Jones in 2013

The last classic fight that every sports fan should watch on their smartphone is another UFC fight. This time, it includes Jon Jones, one of the sport’s most legendary players. During that time, Jones was the best in the world and was the big favorite against Hustafsson. 

Even though the American fighter won, the match was anything but easy for him. The Swede superstar impressed fans with his performance and took him down 2 times. In fact, many people expected him to win, but in the end, the judges gave Jones the victory.

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