Floyd Mayweather Sr’s Reaction To Wilder vs Fury Decision Says It All

The fight went the distance

The fight went the distance

A Wilder-Fury rematch is also a strong possibility.

In attempting to explain reasons for not being able to completely knock out Fury or win the bout on points, Wilder told reporters in LA that he had actually fractured his arm in the lead-up to the fight.

Fury stepped up to face Wilder after negotiations for a clash between the WBC champion and Joshua, the WBA, WBO and IBF title holder, broke down.

Kiwi heavyweight boxer Joseph Parker believes he would've given either Tyson Fury or Deontay Wilder trouble had he been in the ring.

"I was ready and willing at any given time and to go over to his country". I don't want no one else but Tyson Fury.

Hopefully the rematch can be made as soon as possible.

"I said to Deontay -Deontay's got the texts - I said, 'I'm sorry what's happened to you, ' and I said, 'But you offer me the fight, and I will not turn it down".

Showtime will replay the pay-per-view fight this Saturday (9 p.m. ET), followed by the debut of the "All Access: Wilder vs. Fury" epilogue episode.

Wilder said Tuesday he would make no mistake in any possible rematch.

The WBC heavyweight title fight between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury was scored a draw which hardly anyone of note has agreed with so far in the boxing world. However, when the decisions were read, a controversial split decision draw was awarded.

Floyd Mayweather Sr’s Reaction To Wilder vs Fury Decision Says It All

'He woke up from hell - I want to put him back there'.

"It's hard to say sometimes - maybe [Joshua] was getting paid more money to fight someone easy".

However Wilder said a rematch was all but inescapable.

He indicated the rematch might happen as early as March or April.

"Because sometimes what we see is two hard fights on the trot can take a lot out of a fighter". I was getting the best of my sparring partner.

"We wanted to keep that sowed up, we don't make excuses".

'I think it will happen, ' the Bronze Bomber continued.

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?"

A stark contrast from 2015 after beating Wladimir Klitschko, Fury of 2018 really seems to have finally won over the public.

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