Fury was the busier of the two throughout but WBC champion Wilder recorded two knockdowns, the second of them coming in a dramatic 12th round when his rival appeared to be out for the count, only to miraculously rise in time to carry on through to the final bell. One judge had Fury winning 114-110, one scored it a 113-113 draw, while another had it 115-111 Wilder, in yet another frustrating example of the varied ways boxing can be seen by three people ringside. We poured our hearts out. I went to Germany to fight Klitschko and I went to America to fight Deontay Wilder. "So I am happy either or, I'm happy to fight Joshua or rematch Fury".
"That man is a fearsome puncher, but I avoided his shots tonight". He will know, too, that such an exciting fight and event has left...
Shaheen Al-Shatti writing in Twitter said: "I've watched this 30 times and it's still stunning to me that Fury gets back up".
"One hundred percent we'll do the rematch", Fury said. Wilder has emerged as a great heavyweight champion, and he continues to prove that.
Wilder scored two knockdowns and thought he won.
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When the fight is over, the victor will leave the ring as the WBC champion and "the man that beat the man" to become (or retain) the lineal title with Anthony Joshua waiting across the pond with the WBO, IBF and WBA straps. "I started overthrowing the right hand, and I just couldn't adjust".
On the way down the American caught the challenger with a left and Fury seemed to be knocked down and out.
The good news for LeBron and the rest of us is that both Fury and Wilder suggested they would be keen for a rematch next year.
But Fury gradually grew in confidence, regularly taunting Wilder by throwing his arms up in the air or behind his back. Fury used his twitchy movement and near-constant feints to disrupt the rhythm of Wilder, whose trademark looping punches rarely found their mark.
Wilder looked like he wanted to attack Fury's body early then went head hunting in the middle rounds without much success. By the end of the round, they were going toe-to-toe as Fury regained his wits.