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Warren: Fury is Number 1 With Wilder, Joshua Now Sits at 3rd

Warren: Fury is Number 1 With Wilder, Joshua Now Sits at 3rd Warren: Fury is Number 1 With Wilder, Joshua Now Sits at 3rd
Kristopher Love | 07 December, 2018, 20:02

Wilder and Fury put on a classic heavyweight championship fight Saturday night at Staples Center in Los Angeles in a much-anticipated showdown that more than lived up to the hype.

Although Wilder dropped Fury twice during the fight, the Englishman dominated for long stretches and was ahead on most analysts' scorecards by the end of the 12th round. It also has included some of the depression, suicide and alcohol misuse cases. Anyway well done Fury! they wanted to get you because they assumed you was finished!

"I was always going to do it but being here (in California) gives me that extra push to go and do it even more". Perhaps there has been no such instance in the history so far. However, when the decisions were read, a controversial split decision draw was awarded. When you see these children born that do nothing of their days, it is because they have had life too easy. We can't get away from this fight.

"Phone me up, let's sit down and make this fight happen". The second fight is all about proving a point: Who won the first fight? "He was ducking me when I was overthrowing my punches", he said. "I want to give Tyson Fury the 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?"

Rights holder BT Sport made the fight in Las Vegas available to United Kingdom customers on its Box Office service via BT TV, Sky TV and Virgin Media for UK£19.95 (US$25.40), while Showtime broadcast the event via pay-per-view (PPV) for US$74.99.

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?"

"I wouldn't like to go through my career knowing I didn't fight the best".

Fury's bout with Wilder came nearly exactly three years after he'd made history by becoming Britain's first world heavyweight champion for six years by outpointing Wladimir Klitschko in his own back yard.

"It has really opened my eyes to a lot of things and I'm leaving as a better person. It might be a trilogy if it goes as good as the first". But you'll get the best of Deontay Wilder.

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. "And I'm ready to do it again".