Wilder Open To Possible Rematch vs. Fury

Wilder Open To Possible Rematch vs. Fury

Wilder Open To Possible Rematch vs. Fury

Wilder (40-0-1) floored Fury (27-0-1) in the ninth and 12th rounds, yet Fury clearly outboxed Wilder for large portions of the remainder of their entertaining showdown.

With Ricky Hatton and Freddie Roach joining trainer Ben Davison in the corner, Fury defied his lack of action - he had fought just 14 rounds since that famous night against Klitschko in Dusseldorf - to impress from the opening bell.

Fury's match-up with Wilder is one of the most anticipated fighters in recent times, with both arriving at the Staples Center in Los Angeles undefeated.

But Fury recovered remarkably after he looked gone when thudding to the canvas in the final round.

'I think Deontay was the first champion, he was champion before Joshua.

Fury, the challenger, is aiming to defeat Wilder to be crowned WBC heavyweight champion - a title his American opponent has held since 2015.

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There were two different answers from Fury for the questions.

When the bell sounded, Fury ran to the ring corner, nearly falling over, to salute the crowd and cheer.

At the end of the fight, Fury paid tribute to Wilder, whom he called the "second best heavyweight in the world" after himself, and expressing relative delight at his achievement of managing a draw on foreign soil in spite of the two knockdowns.

"If it's a great fight and fans want to see the rematch then why not?"

That makes him slightly shorter than Fury, who is 6ft 9in.

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