Fury reveals Old Trafford possible venue for Wilder rematch next summer

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Referee Jack Reiss explains Tyson Fury's amazing 12th round recovery against Deontay Wilder

Manchester-born Fury was in attendance at Old Trafford as Manchester United drew 2-2 with Arsenal on Wednesday in the Premier League. Although it was Wilder who was behind the biggest moments of the fight - knockdowns in the eighth and twelfth rounds - Fury out-boxed him for the majority of the contest.

With the match at 1-1 at the break, Fury was asked would he take the draw.

As he was interviewed at half-time wearing a classic red, white and black scalf, Fury said that he's already told promoter Frank Warren that he wants to fight Wilder inside the Theatre of Dreams - an option that is now being explored.

"I want to give Tyson Fury the rematch ASAP".

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Wilder said Brooklyn's Barclays Center is among the sites being considered for the rematch. He said Arsenal, I said no. Let's have it at Old Trafford. "Jack I'm okay" or whatever he said.

"He said, "yes" and put his arms on my shoulders".

In a magnificent display of grit, relentless courage, pomp and proficient skill; the lineal heavyweight champion proved he's still the slick, hybrid-boxer he always was as he speared-out stiff, stinging jabs and solid "one-two" combinations into Wilder's face; bruising and swelling-up the champ's eye and cheek, despite opinions Wilder would blast him out of the square jungle by round six.

"It is the referee's opportunity to make sure the fighter who is hurt can intelligently defend himself because you're about to let a guy come hurtling across the ring and finish this guy".

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It appears Wilder and Fury are set to have a rematch and will keep Anthony Joshua, the IBF, WBA and WBO champion, waiting on his hopes of completely unifying the division. That figure doesn't include pay-per-view buys from the United Kingdom or digital purchases on platforms such as Playstation 4 and the fight was also shown in movie theaters across the United States.

U.S. broadcaster Showtime had a reported break-even point of 250,000 buys.

But Hearn warns that if Wilder goes in that direction, he might fall out of facing Joshua for good.

In more post-fight revelations, Tyson Fury won the hearts of the nation as he branded his comeback "iconic" and dedicated his efforts to all those suffering with mental health and claimed mental health sufferers as part of his team.

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The defensive error and poor attacking display against Arsenal was a further proof on why United isn't in the top 6 of the table. They are 18 points behind leaders Manchester City, while only being 14 points above the relegation zone.

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