DEONTAY WILDER has taken to Instagram to prove that Tyson Fury did not beat the count during the twelfth round of their fight.
Wilder, 33 and Fury, 30, fought to a controversial split decision draw on Saturday night, with the American holding on to his WBC heavyweight world title.
AP:Associated Press11 Fury amazingly beat the referee's count as he capped off an incredible performance
PA:Press Association11 Wilder retained his WBC title after the draw
It seemed like Fury had boxed to another famous win on away soil, however, in the final round Wilder dropped the challenger with a heavy right hand, left-hook combination.
As Fury’s head and body crashed down, it seemed like The Bronze Bomber had pulled off a dramatic late win.
Until the Gypsy King astonishingly rose from the canvas – much to the disbelief of Wilder and boxing fans.
One fan proved that Fury had beaten the count by just 0.1 second, however, Wilder himself is willing to disagree as he posted a video on Instagram that shows the Gypsy King just failing to rise in time.
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Here’s Wilder’s Round 12 knockdown of Fury. Fury looked out but got up and finished fight. #boxing #WilderFury pic.twitter.com/iU21hVWnJD
— Mick Akers (@mickakers) December 2, 2018
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Alamy Live News11 Wilder was behind on the scorecards before he landed the devastating combination
Alamy Live News11 The American landed a right hand before finishing off with a left-hook
Alamy Live News11 There was only two minutes left of the bout when Fury hit the canvas
Alamy Live News11 Wilder already began celebrating as he believed the fight was over
Referee Jack Reiss adjudged Fury to have beaten the count, and the undefeated Brit would go on to end the final round on top, which capped off a brilliant performance by the Mancunian.
Despite Fury’s efforts the fight was scored a draw and talk of a rematch has already begun – with Wilder claiming in a recent conference call that he is also open to a trilogy of fights.
Wilder said: "You think the first fight was something? Oh, my god. Can't wait for the second one.
“It might be a trilogy if we go as good as the first. But you'll get the best of Deontay Wilder. You ain't ever seen me in a boring fight.
PA:Press Association11 Fury boxed brilliantly for the 12 rounds as he often outboxed the champion
Getty Images – Getty11 The Brit was close to stopping Wilder himself both times he recovered from being dropped
PA:Press Association11 Fury showboated throughout the fight in signature style
“Me and Fury did it like true champions. We came together, we conversated amongst each other and we got this fight done because we are the best in the division and we wanted to prove to each other who is the best.
“We came together and did that, and it was amazing. And I'm ready to do it again."
Despite a rematch seeming inevitable, current WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight world champion Anthony Joshua and his promoter Eddie Hearn have both expressed their interest to fight either Wilder or Fury.
Wilder, however, claims he has no other fighter than Fury on his mind, as he vows end any questions about the split decision.