Stop It, Tyson Fury Did Not Earn a Win Against Deontay Wilder

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'I'm 6ft 9in and 260lbs, I don't know anybody on the planet who can move like that. I went to Germany to fight Klitshcko, I went to America to fight Deontay Wilder.

Meanwhile, Tyson Fury will enter tonight's highly anticipated title fight with a spotless 27-0 record, his latest win coming over Francesco Pianeta this past August.

'I told Tyson before the fight he would beat him with his left hand. "I thought I should have took the belt home". "Me and this man are the two best heavyweights on the planet". There weren't any more big punches after that but the fact Fury was even able to get back up from such a vicious knockdown spoke volumes.

Deontay Wilder dropped Tyson Fury twice, but Fury also outboxed him for long stretches, leaving the judges a lot to pick from.

"Listen 100 per cent we'll do the rematch, but we're going to go away, recalculate, see what's going to happen, get back together", he said.

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As he did when becoming the unified world champion just over three years ago, the 30-year-old used feints, footwork and fast hands to confuse his rival.

Both fighters endured 12 closely contested rounds, with Fury dropping to the ground and nearly being counted out in the final round. I'm a true champion, a true warrior.

Wilder almost stopped Fury in the 12th round with a hard knockdown, but Fury survived and stormed back for a memorable round of the year candidate in a fight that is likely to see a sequel.

"He's a fighting man, thank you for the opportunity".

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