Fury reveals Old Trafford possible venue for Wilder rematch next summer

Fury reveals Old Trafford possible venue for Wilder rematch next summer

Fury reveals Old Trafford possible venue for Wilder rematch next summer

Wilder and Fury fought to a controversial split draw Saturday night in Los Angeles.

But that is not expected to be a problem for the "Bronze Bomber", who says he is ready to send Fury "back to hell". The break-even point for this pay-per-view was reportedly 250,000 buys, meaning anything north of that mark is a win, particularly for Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder, who will pocket a portion of the pay-per-view sales in addition to their guaranteed purses.

"Of course [I feel a sense of injustice about the verdict] but I'm not going to go on about it forever, life goes on", Fury said to BT Sport ahead of Manchester United's fixture against Arsenal at Old Trafford.

'I don't want any other fights to happen between him and I [meeting again]'. Oh, my god. Can't wait for the second one.

Standing in the middle of his dressing room, donned with black cubby holes and surrounded by members of his team, including Frank Warren perched on a chair in the corner, 6'9 Fury starts a rendition of Chris Stepleton's hit Tennessee Whisky.

That will mean Wilder will not be allowed to defend the belt against anyone else next other than Fury, which would end hopes of Anthony Joshua facing the American in April. But Fury somehow rose to his feet and survived the rest of the fight.

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While Saturday's fight was ruled by a draw, Wilder said the sport of boxing, particularly in the USA was a victor.

However, judge Alejandro Rochin scored the bout 115-111 in favour of Wilder, with British judge scoring it a 113-113 draw.

Wilder said he was amazed Fury stood up after that.

"This is an exciting fight". 'I was evaluating these guys throughout the whole fight (and) in the 12th round, they'd boxed their hearts out, threw a lot of punches but there wasn't a lot of heavy damage taken by either guy, ' he told SiriusXM Boxing. We don't know the answer to this question and I can not answer it.

In an Instagram post in response, Wilder, 33, said: "You saw the best Fury but you did not get the best Wilder and I still managed to get the job done". Will the Tyson fury to return to the level that he was during the fight with Klitschko?

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