Lee McAllister beats Mike Tyson destroyer Danny Williams despite jumping up seven weight classes and giving away four stone

LEE MCALLISTER claimed a version of the heavyweight world title on Saturday night after the ex-lightweight leapt up SEVEN divisions to batter Danny Williams.

The WBU clash between Aberdeen’s former Commonwealth lightweight and light-welterweight champ and the 6ft 3in, 19st Brit – who once knocked out Mike Tyson – was brutally one-sided.

 Danny Williams is back in action on July 28 - with the huge heavyweight fighting a welterweight

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Danny Williams is back in action on July 28 – with the huge heavyweight fighting a welterweight

Williams, 45, was four stone heavier than his 35-year-old opponent but was floored three times in the first five rounds, before the towel rescued him in round ten.

The freakish fight only happened after McAllister stepped into an April heavyweight fight at the last minute to save a show he was promoting.

After he won the bout with Lee Kellett he called out any domestic heavyweight to test him and Williams took the bait.

McAllister is already a miracle man after surviving a motorbike crash at 21 that left him with two broken cheekbones, a smashed jaw, a fractured leg and a chunk missing from his thigh.

 A war of words is said to have brought the two boxers together for the most unusual fight

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A war of words is said to have brought the two boxers together for the most unusual fight
 Back in 2004 Danny Williams sensationally knocked out Mike Tyson

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Back in 2004 Danny Williams sensationally knocked out Mike Tyson
 Danny Williams was a 9/1 shot to beat the great Mike Tyson, but he was clearly intent on shocking the world

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Danny Williams was a 9/1 shot to beat the great Mike Tyson, but he was clearly intent on shocking the world

But he rebuilt his body and spirit and defeated the former world title challenger in front of his home crowd.

Williams had won his previous four bouts inside the first round, in boxing backwaters of Hungary and Czech Republic.

The Brixton Bomber had insisted in the build-up that he was in his best shape for nine years and vowed to make McAllister regret his challenge.

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LEE MCALLISTER claimed a version of the heavyweight world title on Saturday night after the ex-lightweight leapt up SEVEN divisions to batter Danny Williams.