Deontay Wilder wants Tyson Fury rematch 'ASAP'


The clip, from the end of the third round, shows Fury looking up to Davison like a son to his father and asking, '"I'm boxing well, aren't I?" However, Fury is odds-on favourite to beat the American in a re-match and as short as 9/2 to be named Sports Personality of the Year.

"I'm just an outsider with an opinion buy it's a situation that is happening all over the world, especially in the United Kingdom as well".

Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder with referee Jack Reiss after fighting to a draw during the WBC Heavyweight Championship in Los Angeles, on December 1, 2018.

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"It's only right for us to go back in and do it again", Wilder said on a Tuesday conference call. "And add:" All that I will not be able to take it with me, so much to do some thing with and help people who can't help themselves. I don't know how this man got up. He don't even know how he got up.

He has lost his most weight which he could ever lose and he did that both physically and mentally and had given his most heavy and devastating puncher in the heavy weight division of heavyweight. "Nine out of 10 refs would have waved that off".

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Echoing opinions from some fans, Wilder seemed to question the count.

"When Deontay landed that shot in the 12th round, it was one of the more devastating shots you've seen landed and a giant 6-foot-9 man went down like a tree and slammed into the canvas and then popped up like The Undertaker", DiBella said. "And that 20 seconds right there is a million buys in the next pay-per-view".

Fury, who many observers believe did enough to win despite being knocked down twice during the fight, said on Monday he feared Wilder would seek to duck a rematch "at all costs".

Warren is ready to write to the WBC to request an immediate rematch with Wilder and believes he has the backing of the British Boxing Board of Control. We are here to put entertaining fights on while we are in the era and active. We are not here to get a 100-0 record.

Wilder said he would be ready for a rematch as early as March or April.

An exchange between Fury and his trainer Ben Davison after the third round was caught by the broadcasters, which saw the fighter ask, "I'm boxing well aren't I?"