Will there be Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury Rematch? 

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A few days after the Dantesque fight between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury, the WBC champion remains determined to get his revenge! After this tie between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury, the monsters of the category have retained their respective titles. For the rest of their careers, revenge is obviously under study. However, the shadow of Anthony Joshua waits because the British must return in April 2019 to Wembley and he is looking for an opponent worthy of the name. Wilder and Fury could therefore favor this option, much more lucrative. On the side of the American, always WBC champion, it is clear revenge or nothing. Deontay Wilder of the United States and Tyson Fury of Britain split in a draw at Staples Center in Los Angeles. Fury dominated most rounds but suffered two knock downs that allowed Wilder to keep his WBC belt heavy. The long awaited unbeaten contest between Deontay Wilder (40 wins including 39 before the limit, 1 draw) and Tyson Fury (27 wins including 19 before the limit, 1 draw) did not have any. The first named has retained his belt WBC heavy after the duel where the three judges respectively gave Wilder winner (115 111) for the first, Fury in the lead (114 110) for the second and the two boxers.

Fury dominated with his superior length and technique

The result was announced under public hoots and whistles at the Staples Center, the Lakers Hall. The latter had fought only once in the United States until then, on the other side of the country, at Madison Square Garden in New York, beating Steve Cunningham in 2013. This dissatisfaction of the public is explained by the scenario. Painfully back in the game three years after ending the reign of Ukrainian Vladimir Klitschko, then WBA, WBO and IBF heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury was the challenger. But he dominated most of the rounds with his superior reach and technique, while the champion once again showed all his punch recording two decisive knock downs to keep his belt. Deontay Wilder sent Tyson Fury to the mat for the first time in the ninth time, restarting the fight. Then he seemed to put it to him. When Fury collapsed, arms crossed, after a right left sequence of the American. But the “Gipsy King” of Manchester still had some resources. Counted almost to the end, he got up just in time and even seemed to finish the fight stronger in the last seconds.

The final decision has not yet been taken

The teams of boxers, apparently, have not yet agreed finally on the conditions for organizing the match, but all the key issues have already been resolved. “He just boxed and he did what a boxer should do. This Wilder in a fight behaved unusually. He delivered strikes from strange positions that did not reach the goal, and it was easy to get into it,”Atlas said in his new podcast. “My goal is to criticize Wilder? No, I just want to tell the truth, I want to be honest. What did Fury do in this fight? First of all, he disarmed Wilder, exposed a guy who is not so good in reality,”said an ESPN expert who spoke in the same tone about Bronze Bomber after his previous fight. Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury will meet again in the ring on April 27 or May 18 in Las Vegas or Brooklyn. The favorite of the revenge, according to the bookmakers, is the British.

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