WATCH: Deontay Wilder shares ‘proof’ that Tyson Fury didn’t make count after savage knockdown

by Ajit Singh Khanna | Posted on Thursday, December 6th, 2018 | 0

Deontay Wilder has claimed he defeated Tyson Fury following a thrilling 12-round bout that was adjudged a draw over the weekend.

For those unaware, Fury was leading on the cards before Wilder scored a knockdown in the ninth round. And although the former managed to be back on his feet soon, it wasn’t the case in the 12th, where the latter unleashed a vicious combination to score another knockdown.

Fury struggled to get up, but somehow managed to beat the referee’s count. Wilder, however, went on a rant over the result as he claimed that the Brit was given extra time to recover.

The American ‘Bronze Bomber’ took to his official Instagram account to share a video of Fury rising up from the canvas in which, he claims, and gives us a ‘proof’, that Fury didn’t really beat the 10 count.

Meanwhile, the duo immediately promised a rematch, which is likely to be held in the United Kingdom sometime in 2019.

And Wilder doesn’t mind even if it’s a trilogy. “You think the first fight was something? Oh, my god. Can’t wait for the second one,” he was quoted as saying by The Sun.

“It might be a trilogy if we go as good as the first. But you’ll get the best of Deontay Wilder. You ain’t ever seen me in a boring fight.

“Me and Fury did it like true champions. We came together, we conversated amongst each other and we got this fight done because we are the best in the division and we wanted to prove to each other who is the best.

“We came together and did that, and it was amazing. And I’m ready to do it again.”


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