Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury

Fury was the clear winner on many scorecards

Fury was the clear winner on many scorecards

Fury, the challenger, is aiming to defeat Wilder to be crowned WBC heavyweight champion - a title his American opponent has held since 2015.

Former Heavyweight king, Lennox Lewis believes Tyson Fury would complete one of the greatest comebacks in heavyweight history if he beats Deontay Wilder. Yes he could last all 12 rounds, with the fight going to a split decision draw, but no he couldn't avoid Wilder's biggest shots as the Brit was twice sent to the canvas. ESPN.com scored it 114-112 for Wilder, who retained his belt for the eighth time.

From cutting blistering promos on one another to signature poses and catchphrases, Wilder and Fury have brought almost every major pro wrestling element into their high-profile feud for the WBC Heavyweight Championship.

Still, the knockdown scuppered his hopes of becoming a two-time world champion, with the controversial outcome seeing both retain their unbeaten record while also paving the way for a lucrative rematch in 2019.

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He said winning would be "the first chapter of a new storybook, the beginning of a new life, a new era of Tyson Fury".

The fighters will meet in the center of the ring in the biggest heavyweight title fight on USA soil since 2002 when plenty at stake for both, including a possible date with unified champion Anthony Joshua in 2019.

Fury appeared to be getting the better of Wilder after the opening eight rounds, this before Deontay eventually dropped Fury in round nine.

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