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Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury battled to a controversial split-decision draw in their WBC heavyweight title showdown Saturday, triggering immediate demands from both camps for a rematch.

One of the biggest talking points of the fight was Fury's incredible rise from the canvas in the 12th round, as the former champion received a count from the referee.

The three judges were divided on the outcome, with one scoring it 115-111 for Wilder, another 114-112 for Fury and the third 113-113.

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A bout that was supposed to at least put public pressure on Anthony Joshua (22-0, 21 KO), the owner of the WBA, WBO and IBF heavyweight titles and the biggest draw in the division, to face the victor at some point in 2019 - especially if it was Wilder - instead may have tabled that fight for the time being.

While both men thought they won, neither was overly upset by the verdict in front of a frenzied Hollywood crowd.

Fury appeared to be on his way to a decision victory when he came out for the final round - and a minute later, he looked totally finished when Wilder put him on his back with a right-left combination.

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"I think that we were a little tense", he said. I went to Germany to fight [Wladimir] Klitschko, and I went to America to fight Deontay Wilder. "I don't know how he got up", the 33-year-old added. In his worst state, Fury was almost 400 pounds. Fury counter-punched his way through the fifth round, though most of the shots he threw upstairs were blocked by Wilder.

"We gave each other all we've got", Wilder said.

The answer to that ultimately became clear when, even as their fight progressed into the unsafe final rounds, he somehow performed with the same sharpness that inspired his memorable victory over Klitschko, even recovering from the second knockdown to end their fight on top. But just when the fight was turning into a one-sided landslide victory in favor of Fury, Wilder turned things around in a hurry.

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The 256½-pound Fury, who held a 44-pound weight advantage, bounced back well in the 10th round, and it was clear Wilder was becoming frustrated by his movement. "I was never going to be knocked out tonight. I've got good fighting spirit".

They are likely to fight again next spring, when Fury would become the favourite, posing a greater threat to Anthony Joshua's status as the world's leading heavyweight.

"I came here and fought my heart out - he [Wilder] is the second best heavyweight behind me".

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"We can only do our best in that ring, no matter what anyone says, Deontay is a great champion", Fury said. "That's what we proved tonight, and I'm ready to do it again". I don't know anyone on the planet that can move like that.