Fury's Lazarus-like comeback in the twelfth looked as if it might be enough to clinch victory when the final bell rang but once the scorecards were read aloud, it confirmed that neither man could claim to be the victory after one of the best heavyweight title bouts of recent times. Judge Phil Edwards and the Associated Press scored it a 113-113 draw, with Wilder's knockdowns compensating for Fury's superior technique.
"We're on away soil, I got knocked down twice, but I still believe I won that fight", said Fury. "I came here tonight and I fought my heart out".
Wilder (40-0-1, 39 KOs) had tremendous difficulty in finding a rhythm and was largely relegated to throwing single punches, most of which were easily defended by Fury.
While Fury (27-0-1, 19 KO), was significantly hurt after both knockdowns, in both rounds he rallied back to actually stun Wilder before those rounds ended.
'And I wanted more than anything tonight to show the world that it can be done.
"In two or three weeks, I think they will defend very well, and to play against them in a month will be a problem for every team".
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Deontay Wilder reflects on his fight with Tyson Fury, saying that he failed to make some adjustments, but still felt that he should have won the fight.
He also praised Fury's performance, adding: "I just saw @Tyson_Fury come back from drugs, depression, two years of inactivity and massive weight loss to outbox the WBC Heavyweight champion, who was gifted a draw!"
Speaking as a pundit for BT Sport Box Office, Lewis said: "They need to get some good judges, these judges were awful". He vacated his titles and spent 2 ½ years out of the ring before getting sober.
But Joshua, the IBF, WBA, WBO and IBO heavyweight champion, certainly will have had some interesting thoughts as he watched on.
There were plenty more backing Fury on social media. I was forcing my punches too much instead of sitting back, being patient and waiting it.
The 30-year-old Briton, who had boxed skillfully to frustrate and outpoint the aggressive but inaccurate Wilder, looked to have finally been beaten when the American champion uncorked a savage right-left combination that sent him sprawling to the floor.
"None were like Fury when it came to publicity and generating news stories and none were like Wilder when it came to finding punches and dropping people". He has a great right hand but he wasn't able to put it to bed until the last couple of rounds.