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Wilder vs Fury ends in draw, Wilder retains title [PHOTOS]

Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder’s huge showdown in Los Angeles ended in disappointment for boxing fans as the fight was scored as a split decision.

Fury had twice been send down to the canvas by Wilder, the WBC heavyweight champion, in rounds nine and 12.

But when it came to the judges’ decision it was decided a draw was the outcome and now both fighters face a re-rematch.

playFury was knocked down twice – a second time coming in the 12th and final round by Wilder who rocked him with raw power
playThe challenger was sent down down in the ninth round but managed to make the count after proving he could carry on
playFury was able to get to his knees and show he was able to continue and made sure he didn’t go down again during the fight
playThe Gypsy King showed off his fancy footwork as he made Wilder stop and watch him as he pranced around the ring
playWilder had to adopt an aggressive style to even get close to Fury who was outsmarting the champion who had few answers
playFury, at times, jumped up and down in an attempt to further unsettle Wilder at the end of rounds where he had left an impact
playFury did all he could to push Wilder back and not allow him to move forward and catch him with short and sharp punches
playBut Wilder also had Fury backing up as the American started to attack with speed and power in his combinations

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