Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury fought to an incredible draw in their heavyweight title bout in Los Angeles on Saturday night, despite many observers believing the Briton had outboxed the WBC champion. I think when he's exhausted he's more risky because he just flings those punches around and if one of them hit you round the head, you're going to go down and it happened.
However, Fury stunned Wilder by rising up before the 10-count. "He can't move like me, he'd have been nailed!"
"When I rush my punches like that I'm never accurate".
Speaking at the post-fight press conference, Deontay Wilder opened up on his 12th-round knockdown of Tyson Fury. "It was what it was", Fury said. "If you saw that in Rocky, you would say "pull back Sylvester Stallone, you can't go that far". Fury took advantage of that in the 10th, landing several hard shots on the button, though Wilder appeared to take them well.
"We gave each other all we've got", Wilder said.
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Staples Center had a frenzied atmosphere after the high-energy introductions, but the fighters settled into a technical bout early. Fury counter-punched his way through the fifth round, though most of the shots he threw upstairs were blocked by Wilder. "I came here tonight and I fought my heart out".
Maurizio Sarri said getting back to winning ways was the most important thing after his Chelsea side secured a routine 2-0 victory over Fulham at Stamford Bridge. Halfway through the round, Fury began to fight back, swinging and holding until the controversial end.
Manny Pacquiao, who has won world titles in eight weight classes, added on the social networking site: "Respect to Fury for sticking to his game plan and to Wilder for closing the gap with two huge knockdowns!" "That's what we proved tonight, and I'm ready to do it again". He thought, in the last round of what had been a thrilling heavyweight clash - which he had been second best in for much of - that that moment had come and saved him.
But the draw left more questions than answers for Wilder and for the time being, the long-awaited showdown with Joshua might be tabled.
Until a sensational final round knockdown from Wilder, Fury appeared to be heading towards what would have been a remarkable upset.
"This has been a great night for the sport, for heavyweight boxing, and heavyweight boxing in the United States", said Costello. Fury used his twitchy movement and near-constant feints to disrupt the rhythm of Wilder, whose trademark looping punches rarely found their mark.