Tonight's fight delivered on all levels as after some awesome entrances, Wilder and Fury went to absolute war! After overcoming his personal demons, Fury returned to the ring earlier this year following a near three-year layoff and has claimed victory in two fights as he gets set to challenge for a heavyweight title once again.
However, while the fighters weren't upset by the verdict from the judges, fans on social media were left feeling disappointed.
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On the way down the American caught the challenger with a left and Fury seemed to be knocked down and out. But a huge straight right from Fury gave the champion something to think about, and was perhaps the Englishman's best punch at that point.
The two undefeated heavyweights have combined for 58 knockouts in their 67 career fights, with Deontay Wilder holding the majority of those finishes with 39.
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Still, the knockdown scuppered his hopes of becoming a two-time world champion, with the controversial outcome seeing both retain their unbeaten record while also paving the way for a lucrative rematch in 2019.
The fighters will meet in the center of the ring in the biggest heavyweight title fight on US soil since 2002 when plenty at stake for both, including a possible date with unified champion Anthony Joshua in 2019.
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The Manchester man then turned his attention to fellow Brit Anthony Joshua, calling him a "chicken" before ending his post-fight interview by shouting "God bless America".