Tyson Fury To Donate £8 Million Purse To The Poor And Homeless

Tyson Fury To Donate £8 Million Purse To The Poor And Homeless

Tyson Fury says "the world knows who the real WBC champion is" after fighting to a controversial draw with title-holder Deontay Wilder in Los Angeles.

But the "Gypsy King" willed himself to his feet and held on to send the fight to the judges, who rewarded him for controlling much of the fight behind his long jab, precise footwork and slippery defense.

"I would love for it to be my next fight", Wilder said. "You can't take it with you so I might as well do something with it and help out people who can't help themselves", he said.

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

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Following the decision, both men said they thought they did enough to eke out the win. "Ole AJ wanted no part of that right hand". If I didn't get knocked down twice, I would still have lost on one judge's card.

While Wilder kept his belt, Fury remained the unofficial lineal champion of the heavyweight division by virtue of his victory over Wladimir Klitschko in November 2015.

"I don't know what he was watching. I thought I should have took the belt home".

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But Fury gradually grew in confidence, regularly taunting Wilder by throwing his arms up in the air or behind his back.

Talk of a rematch with Wilder has already begun with both parties seemingly keen to get a date in the diary, although Fury's promoter Frank Warren hopes to host the fight in the United Kingdom.

"That man is a fearsome puncher and I was able to avoid that".

"I saw him get up, everyone was stood in front of me, I jumped on a chair really elegant and lady-like, I was trying to watch the fight". I didn't sit still.

It was a spirited performance by Fury (27-0-1) that could arguably go down as one of the best comebacks in heavyweight history.

Wilder jumped aboard: "I 100 per cent agree with that. I started overthrowing the right hand, and I just couldn't adjust".

The American champion struggled to connect cleanly with Fury throughout an absorbing contest, all too often sending huge arcing haymakers whistling past Fury's head.

Rival heavyweights Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder provided a united voice as they launched a scathing attack on Anthony Joshua in the wake of their stunning draw in Los Angeles.

The Bronze Bomber made contact first with a left hand to the body and the American went swinging in early in the first round.

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