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Wilder Open To Possible Rematch vs. Fury

02 December 2018

Tyson Fury out-boxed Deontay Wilder for 12 rounds at the Staples Center, Los Angeles, and believed he had won the contest to conclude one of sport's great comeback stories.

At the end of the second round, Wilder landed with a hammer one-two, the most notable combination of the fight up until that point, which Fury brushed off with familiar contempt, raising his arms in the air and mocking the champion with a leg shuffle.

The consensus was that Fury outboxed Wilder despite his 12th round knockdown
The consensus was that Fury outboxed Wilder despite his 12th round knockdown

The incredible fight ended up being scored a draw (115-111 Wilder, 114-110 Fury, 113-113).

Tonight's fight delivered on all levels as after some awesome entrances, Wilder and Fury went to absolute war!

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The 10-8 round proved crucial in the final reckoning, though.

By the fourth round, Wilder began to detonate his feared right hand, to limited success, with Fury dipping just slightly out of range every time the American loaded up. While it wasn't almost as convincing as most of the other KO wins in his career, a win is a win and that was professional victory No. 40 with no losses.

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Still, the knockdown scuppered his hopes of becoming a two-time world champion, with the controversial outcome seeing both retain their unbeaten record while also paving the way for a lucrative rematch in 2019. "If it's a short fight it will belong to Deontay Wilder".

He says today's fight will be between Tyson Fury who is the boxer and Deontay Wilder who is the banger.

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Wilder Open To Possible Rematch vs. Fury