DEONTAY WILDER has opened the door to a rematch with Tyson Fury after the pair’s controversial draw.
The Bronze Bomber floored Fury TWICE in the Los Angeles blockbuster on Saturday – but most onlookers still believed the Brit won the fight.
Alamy Live News5 Deontay Wilder thought he had secured the win after putting Fury down in the final round
Alamy Live News5 It looked as though Fury was going to be knocked out after being dropped by Wilder
Fury called the draw decision “disgraceful” and said he expected the American to avoid a second bout "at all costs".
But Wilder – who insists HE is the rightful winner of the heavyweight contest – says he too wants to settle the score in the ring.
The undefeated American, 33, wrote: "The fans are the real winner and I can't wait for #WilderFury2.
"To end the controversial talk around the world once and for all.