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Deontay Wilder: Team Joshua must have 'thrown up' watching Fury fight

07 December 2018

Tyson Fury was understandably the biggest mover in the SPOTY betting this weekend, after many thought him to be the true victor of his clash with Deontay Wilder for the WBC Heavyweight title.

Judge Alejandro Rochin, of Mexico, scored the fight 115-111 for Wilder, Canadian judge Robert Tapper scored it 114-112 for Fury, and British judge Phil Edwards had it 113-113 to make it a draw, ESPN reported. It also has included some of the depression, suicide and alcohol misuse cases. They get what they deserve, ' said Wilder.

"I've knocked guys out so many times with that very move he was doing". Perhaps there has been no such instance in the history so far.

It's a far cry from the protests that stood outside BBC studios during the 2015 Sports Personality of the Year presentations, calling for Fury to be removed from the shortlist after controversial comments he made that had been construed as homophobic and sexist. When he had given his statements over camera, he simply said that his comeback was really ionic. "They got him winning, they got me winning and some got it a draw". Fury survived two knockdowns in the fight - notably a "phoenix from the flames" recovery in the last round - but the 30-year-old took nearly every other round on most peoples' scorecards. Who won the first fight?

He said: "He's not the most powerful man in the division anymore".

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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?"

He added: "I am now hearing Joshua's next opponent for April 13 is not going to be Dillian Whyte and will be Oleksandr Usyk, let them get on with it".

And Finkel, Wilder's co-manager, established that the American's camp would require talks to be more discreet this time.

'He woke up from hell - I want to put him back there'. "It's only right for us to go back in and do it again". Oh, my god! Can't wait for the second one. It might be a trilogy if we go as good as the first. You ain't ever seen me in a boring fight.

Joshua is keen to fight both Wilder and Fury.

Wilder is WBC champion for a reason though and reminded Fury of that fact by connecting with a shot in the 9th round that floored the Brit.

Deontay Wilder: Team Joshua must have 'thrown up' watching Fury fight