Deontay Wilder - Tyson Fury rematch will end 'controversial talk' over decision

Deontay Wilder - Tyson Fury rematch will end 'controversial talk' over decision

You have to select the title, and I don't think fury did it.

Although it is the father of four children, Tyson Fury is not, however, a fierce supporter of the legacy.

"Just watching him throughout the whole build up, all his training, the all access programmes on Showtime and BT Sport, words can't describe how much of a motivation he is to me".

Wilder went on to add, "They didn't want to see this fight do well". Many believe Fury did enough to earn the decision victory after 12 rounds, despite being knocked down twice.

Deontay Wilder has left no doubt that he wants a rematch with Tyson Fury as his next fight after stating that he has no interest in facing Anthony Joshua.

"Wilder is always unsafe, ofcourse, but Fury looked to have done enough". I'll give you a fair one when you're ready!

However Wilder said a rematch was all but inescapable. Both sides want this. So we'll see what happens. It was a great fight.

Although Wilder had faced a bit of adversity at times (like in his fights against Artur Szpilka and Luis Ortiz), he would always eventually come through and put his opponents away. "It's only right for us to go back in and do it again".

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Anthony Joshua labelled Wilder a "fool" and called out the American and Fury following the duo's contentious Los Angeles draw. "They're getting what they deserve".

The unbeaten Briton, whose camp failed to reach agreement with Wilder's for a 2018 showdown, has now responded to those comments and said he is ready to face either of his heavyweight rivals.

Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn headed to LA Monday for talks about an April Joshua-Wilder clash. They had the opportunity.

Davison was as devastated as anyone with the judges' decision on the night, saying after the fight: "You have got to be a sick, sick man to do that".

"The second fight is all about proving a point".

Fury claimed everyone knew he should have been crowned the victor - labelling Mexican judge Alejandro Rochin a "disgrace" for his Wilder-favouring scorecard.

"When you coming in here fighting the champion, you've got to be dominant".

'I think it will happen, ' the Bronze Bomber continued. The 33-year-old Alabamian came out aggressively and within the first minute he landed a series of punches that resulted in the first knockdown of the fight.

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