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Tyson Fury Deontay Wilder

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Tyson Fury, following his Saturday night, December 1, boxing match against Deontay Wilder that ended in a draw, has said that he would donate his $10 million fight purse to help the poor and build houses for homeless people.

Completing an improbable turn from flashy villain to inspirational advocate over the past 11 months, Fury never ran out of gas and looked every bit the prime fighter he was three years ago this week in the last time he appeared in a fight this big when he shocked the world to upset Wladimir Klitschko.

"I don't know", Fury said.

After just two comeback bouts the announcement that he would fight for the world title did surprise most and the Gypsy King was always going to be the underdog going into the opening bell.

"One hundred percent we'll do the rematch".

"I fought back from suicide, from mental anxiety and depression".

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The three judges scored the fight 115-111 Wilder, 114-112 Fury, and 113-113.

The assumption was that WBO, IBF and WBA champion Anthony Joshua would fight the victor - probably Wilder - at Wembley in April, and that still may be the case. I promise you.' I said, 'I am the fighting man and I'll step up and represent my country.' And tonight I did that.

It was the final round and in the eyes of most of the people watching, Deontay Wilder had just done enough to separate his opponent Tyson Fury from his consciousness. I wanted to show the world it's possible. "It was a great fight and let's do it again".

Yep, Tyson Fury is essentially boxing world's answer to The Undertaker. And I come in here - I said to Deontay, 'I'm sorry for what's happened to you.' Deontay's got the text and I'm sure he'll tell you the same.

Unfortunately for Wilder, he appeared to gas himself out going for the finish that he didn't get after the knockdown.

Lewis added: "I think Deontay boxed terribly".

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With just two minutes left in the fight, a vicious right-left combination from Wilder left Fury flat on his back. While both men thought they won, neither was overly upset by the verdict in front of a frenzied Hollywood crowd.

Wilder managed to turn things up and fire back in the seventh round, as a couple of flurries forced Fury's back to the ropes and would've put him in more danger if not for clinching.

If the Fury camp gets it wish, it would not be the first time that a United Kingdom football stadium has played host to a big fight, with Wembley having hosted the world title fight between Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko among others.

"We are two great champions", he said.

Fury's jab did a lot of damage and kept Wilder at bay.

Somehow the Brit answered the count and got back to his feet, even getting his own shots away as the two spent much of the final minute holding on. Judge Phil Edwards and The Associated Press scored it a 113-113 draw, with Wilder's knockdowns compensating for Fury's superior technique. In his worst state, Fury was almost 400 pounds.

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