"Many times we've seen fights being promoted and they talk a good game but when they get in the ring, it's not as hype as how it was promoted".
"I think with the two knockdowns, I definitely won the fight", Wilder said.
Following the fight, there was some controversy due to how the judges sitting at ringside saw the fight.
Rematch talks between Wilder and Fury are set to take place in the coming weeks, with another fight, possibly in the United Kingdom, a hefty payday for both men. And I'm sure Mauricio Sulaiman, being the proud Mexican that he is, will want the rematch because it was his judge that got it wrong.
Wilder, who retains his WBC belt after 12 rounds of pulsating action, had Fury on the canvas twice at the Staples Center in Los Angeles but was unable to deliver the knockout he had promised his fans.
Fury - the undeniable comeback story of 2018 who, just a year ago, abused drugs and alcohol, weighed almost 400 pounds and admittedly was on the brink of suicide - silenced his naysayers by boxing brilliantly and surviving a pair of devastating knockdowns against one of the hardest punchers the heavyweight division has ever known.
Fury had twice previously recovered from knockdowns to remain undefeated, and this time the 30-year-old fought back and stuck out his tongue in a sign of his self-belief.
"I don't know how he got up."".
Down on two scorecards going into the final round of the WBC heavyweight title fight, the defending champion displayed all the urgency of a man chasing a finish and he came within a whisker of getting it.
Any rematch between Wilder and Fury is guaranteed to be the most lucrative fight of their career to date. Me and Fury put on a hell of a performance.
Fury has spoken candidly in the press about his mental health and substance problems. "It doesn't matter to me where we do it". "I started overthrowing the right hand and I just couldn't adjust".
"And he didn't want it for a reason, because Deontay Wilder is the most fiercest puncher in boxing history, in heavyweight division history".
"It has to be down to Tyson, but from my perspective, I'd love the rematch", Warren said. That being said, the widespread perception seemed to be that Fury had done enough to earn a decision win in spite of the two 10-8 rounds Wilder earned with his knockdowns. We are both going home to our family safe.
The match is only Fury's third comeback fight since returning from a two-and-a-half-year absence from the ring, after suffering from depression, alcohol and drug problems.
After years in the doldrums, boxing's heavyweight division has a box-office appeal that it has lacked since era of Lennox Lewis, Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield in the late 1990s. Tyson Fury dominated the majority of the bout, befuddling his smaller opponent with his range, quickness and often impenetrable defense. "I was representing everyone who suffers around the world". I came out slow.