Deontay Wilder Couldn't Believe His Eyes When Tyson Fury Got Up

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A Wrestling Fan’s Guide To Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury

Boxing fans were left angry when it emerged they wouldn't be able to record Tyson Fury's heavyweight showdown against Deontay Wilder despite paying for it through BT Sport's Box Office channel.

Wilder and Fury are set to fight on December 1 at Staples Center in Los Angeles. It just so happens, Wilder and Fury might have a bit more in common with the world of pro wrestling than you might think.

The incredible fight ended up being scored a draw (115-111 Wilder, 114-110 Fury, 113-113). Fury retained the lineal championship.

Meanwhile, Tyson Fury will enter tonight's highly anticipated title fight with a spotless 27-0 record, his latest win coming over Francesco Pianeta this past August.

But Fury never defended the belts, as his life went into a downward spiral because of drug and alcohol abuse, mental health issues - including depression and suicidal thoughts - and enormous weight gain, from around 260 pounds to 400.

Both fighters are now expected to meet again in a rematch, delaying the prospect of a fight between Wilder and unified champion Anthony Joshua for the right to become the undisputed champion.

The Gypsy King Tyson Fury says he is the People's champion.

Wilder's reach has been measured at 210.8cm, somewhat shorter than Fury's 215.9cm reach.

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