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WBC Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury Beats Cristiano Ronaldo to World Title According to British Poll
- Tyson Fury has a new world title to add to his collection thanks to 2 000 British woman
- Fury beat fellow British stars and Cristiano Ronaldo to the world's hottest athlete title
- Al-Nassr's Ronaldo was only voted in fifth but did beat his footballing rival, Lionel Messi
Tyson Fury is officially sexier than Cristiano Ronaldo.
That's according to a recent poll conducted by a British dating app, Illicit Encounters.
As noted by Marca, approximately 2 000 British women were polled on who the current hottest active athlete is, with Fury receiving a rating of 9.3 out of 10.
While the WBC Heavyweight champion is by no means in peak physical condition, his personality and charisma won over the British voters.
Who did Fury beat?
Being a British app, many of the other names on the list are also British nationals.
According to the poll, Anthony Joshua finished second, with Travis Kelce taking third. Lewis Hamilton was voted fourth, ahead of Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.
Ronaldo is known for his incredible physique, but it wasn't enough to win over the female voters.
Messi finishes behind Ronaldo
In sixth place was Erling Haaland, while his Manchester City teammate Jack Grealish finished seventh.
Eighth place went to golfer Rory McIlroy, while Lionel Messi was only voted in ninth.
Rounding off the list was UFC fighter Conor McGregor.
Fury's brother, Tommy, could only finish in 13th place. Fury has already started boasting that he has the bragging rights in the family.
Fury names Ronaldo as the GOAT
Boxing champion Tyson Fury bestowed the title of the greatest footballer in history upon Cristiano Ronaldo, Sports Brief reported.
The WBC Heavyweight champion declared the Al-Nassr star the greatest during the build-up to his bout with Francis Ngannou.
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Fury fought former UFC champion Ngannou in Saudi Arabia, where Ronaldo currently plays his football after leaving Europe.
Ronaldo promotes Fury vs Ngannou fight
Sports Brief also reported on Ronaldo adding his influential presence to promote the highly anticipated upcoming blockbuster fight in Riyadh.
Although some have criticised it, Saudi Arabia is leaving no stone unturned in its promotional efforts, with Ronaldo contributing to the campaign.
The Al-Nassr luminary utilised his Instagram platform to share a newly unveiled promotional advertisement for the fight, featuring his own participation.