Tyson Fury would pack Wembley for rematch with Deontay Wilder


Fury called Joshua a "chicken" and a rematch between him and Wilder looks inevitable in the wake of their controversial draw.

The SHOWTIME presentation of the Wilder vs. Fury, a bout that has been hailed as “…the greatest night for boxing in the U.S.in recent memory, ” by Yahoo!

Both men left the boxing world in awe after one of the most incredible title fights in recent memory, withFury somehow recovering from what appeared to be a devastating knockout blow.

Fight statistics show Tyson Fury convincingly out-punched Deontay Wilder by a huge margin in their heavyweight boxing showdown.

Joshua has a Wembley date booked for April against an opponent yet to be named, with lengthy public negotiations failing between he and Wilder previously.

"You'd think they'd want the rematch, they've said they do." said Warren of Wilder's camp, with next Spring the rumoured target.

"I've got a amusing feeling he's going to get his running shoes out and stay away from me at all costs", he told Britain's ITV network.

With demand for a re-match feverishly high, bookmakers have already begun taking bets on who will prevail second time around, and this time favouritism lies with Fury.

While the fight played out exactly in favor of each fighter's strengths as Fury controlled by boxing with constant feints and awkward angles while Wilder (40-0-1, 39 KOs) picked his spots to land heavy counter shots which threatened to end the fight.

"I'll give you a fair one when your [sic] ready!"

"If it's something that people would like to see again we would absolutely love to do it". "How on Earth he gave the first four rounds to Wilder, I don't know".

Fury's promoter, Frank Warren, however, hopes to open talks over Fury-Wilder II.

Fury slammed the scoring of the Wilder fight, saying he'd "never seen a worse decision" in his life.

"I'm only getting better, and better and better". That has always been the fight we want because he has the last belt.