Deontay Wilder on decision in Tyson Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury: 6 days ago   07:55

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Deontay Wilder joins Jason Whitlock and Marcellus Wiley to break down why he should have been named the winner in the heavyweight boxing match against Tyson Fury and discusses the potential fight with Anthony Joshua.

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Who won: Wilder or Fury?
Ged Barrow
Wow just stop.
Eman's Life
He didn't take no L when its a tie dummies!!!!!!!!!!!! Wilder knocked him down twice
Hey Deontay, you don't win because your the "smaller" fighter...but seriously, he surprised me how powerful he is
ej moreno
this guy is out his mind, he and maybe a hand full of Wider fans think FURY won clearly.In one breath he will say he landed the most effective shots but in the next say he was throwing wild to get him out of there lmao Cmon SON
anthony reynoza
Respect to wilder
Fury won 9 rounds minimum
Tor Torsson
Respect for the interviewer for saying what he thinks...
Astuteous Maximus
The fact that there's literally nobody going on air claiming it was a draw (let alone a win for Wilder) is pretty indicative as to who won that fight. Wilder knows he was given a gift and it's why he was so miserable at the end. It was a bad decision although I wouldn't go so far as to say it was a robbery. With the two knockdowns, it was a fairly close fight.
Annyonomus 777
The fact that we are even talking about Deontay Wilder being a champion shows just how weak, lost and untalented boxing has become. Watching Deontay fight is like watching a guy high on drugs throwing hay makers in a bar. He has no technique. He just swings wildly. And to think Deontay said he could beat Mike Tyson. Mike Tyson would have knocked Deontay out in the first round. I doubt he could have beaten any of the heavy weights at that time. The only reason he's champion today is because there's no body around. Boxing is dead.
eunice dougal
Sorry brass bomber but u didnt win the fight.. surely youve watched it back. When did u land more punches snoop dowg ??
Jorge Banuelos
The two knock downs saved Wilder
Marc G
Fury won that fight.
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Security Gambler
He got pure outboxed FURY WON by a country mile
Sneaker Addict in the 305
This mans says the same things every interview #niggagotascript
He didn't choke. Both guys made for a great fight. I had fury winning but so much respect to deontay. Him and tyson made great dance partners.
Chris Lac
i havnt heard anybody that knows how to score boxing saying deontay won....and i bet on wilder to win...just saying
uk fighters should never go back to America to fight wilder after that result.
kash kash
Fury had that easy! even the last round when fury was knocked down, he got up and hurt wilder and won the rest of the round so should have been a 10-9 to wilder. I had fury at least 5-6 rounds ahead and that being generous! Obvious fix! Some slimy rich guys got richer.
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Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury: Deontay Wilder on decision in Tyson 6 days ago   11:34

Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Floyd Mayweather, Gennady Golovkin and Evander Holyfield among the boxing royalty in the crowd at the Staples Center in Los Angeles ahead of Tyson Fury's clash with Deontay Wilder for the WBC heavyweight title  The boxing greats were just a handful of the great and the good of the sport as thousands flocked into the arena to take their seats ahead of one of the most hotly anticipated fight. They all arrived after Fury and Wilder made their first appearances early in the evening as they headed to their dressing rooms to prepare for the night ahead. 

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