Wilder had Fury on the canvas twice including a spectacular final round knockdown.
While Tito Ortiz' prediction for his return to Pay-Per-View fell short, the numbers for Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder's debut on the platform would be surpass expectations. "I don't like draws, I only like wins!". So I think it's only right to give him a rematch. 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. 'Two things went through my mind - No 1 always count a champion out and No 2 give this guy the benefit of the doubt and let's see how he still is.
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".
On Wednesday, Fury who was one of the spectators at the Manchester United/Arsenal game at Old Trafford said he would be love a rematch with Wilder, but that it should hold at The Theatre of Dreams. On Saturday, Reiss asked Fury to walk towards the corner of the ring and asked him if he could carry on. "Jack I'm OK" or whatever he said.' 'I said, "Do you want to continue?", he said "Yes" and put his arms on my shoulders.
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"It might be a trilogy if we go as good as the first".
Of course, Fury reportedly wants to bring the fight to his native England as well. But the referee hit back at his critics, insisting: 'The 10 count doesn't mean 10 seconds. They felt they were the people that were running this sport. Doctors taught us it is hard to hide things are off when they have to change direction.
It appears Wilder and Fury are set to have a rematch and will keep Anthony Joshua, the IBF, WBA and WBO champion, waiting on his hopes of completely unifying the division. "But unfortunately it stays in America, we both stay unbeaten, and we roll the dice again", Fury resigned. Wilder, however, went on a rant over the result as he claimed that the Brit was given extra time to recover.