Fury wants Wilder rematch at Old Trafford

Fury wants Wilder rematch at Old Trafford

In an Instagram post in response, Wilder, 33, said: "You saw the best Fury but you did not get the best Wilder and I still managed to get the job done".

With the match at 1-1 at the break, Fury was asked would he take the draw.

In the end, the 12-round fight ended in a draw.

"There's three or four options at the minute for us".

"I worked really hard, I tried my best, I should have been rewarded with the decision". "When they get to the promised land, the land of milk and honey, that's when they fight Anthony Joshua, the longtime promoter said to Brazil". Although it was Wilder who was behind the biggest moments of the fight - knockdowns in the eighth and twelfth rounds - Fury out-boxed him for the majority of the contest. The 21,000-capacity Staples Center did not sell out, a sharp contrast with the Joshua/Povetkin fight at the Wembley stadium, which although was not a sell out, had somewhere around 80000 people in attendance.

Wilder said he was amazed Fury stood up after that.

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But Saturday's draw could mean Joshua being frozen out and Wilder added: 'We had to show the world what it looks like for the best to fight the best, and look at the outcome.

"There's a lot to talk about". The break-even point for this pay-per-view was reportedly 250,000 buys, meaning anything north of that mark is a win, particularly for Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder, who will pocket a portion of the pay-per-view sales in addition to their guaranteed purses. 'They both moved into the 12th round exhausted but not extremely hurt.

The Daily Mail reported that last weekend's fight is set to surpass 300,000 pay-per-view buys in the United States.

"I wouldn't say choked, I wouldn't say choked because I was still the aggressor and I still landed more effective punches, being that I was the smaller guy", said Wilder.

Fury also suggested that the judging would be more consistent in the United Kingdom after finding himself frustrated at the scoring discrepancies in Los Angeles.

Whoever wins the Wilder/Fury rematch, will most likely face AJ next year in April.

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