Tyson Fury says WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder will try to avoid a rematch with him “at all costs”.
An enchanting struggle in Los Angeles led to a draw, even if many ex-professionals stated Briton Fury must were declared the winner.
“I’ve got a funny feeling he’s going to get his running shoes out and stay away from me,” stated Fury, talking on ITV.
Wilder’s instructor Jay Deas informed BBC Radio five are living he desires a rematch.
After the 12 rounds – all the way through which Fury used to be knocked down two times – the struggle used to be scored 115-111 for Wilder, 114-112 for Fury and 113-113, with Alejandro Rochin the pass judgement on who had the American because the winner.
Fury, 30, stated he had “never seen a worse decision in my life” and described it as a “gift” for his 33-year-old opponent.
The Briton’s promoter Frank Warren stated he and the British Boxing Board of Control will write to the WBC challenging some other bout.
“I should have been rewarded with the decision and be taking the WBC belt back to Britain but, unfortunately, it stays in America. We both stay unbeaten and we’ve got to roll the dice again,” added Fury.
Deas stated he would wish Wilder to tackle Fury once more prior to a possible struggle with IBF, WBO and WBA champion Anthony Joshua.
“If it’s something that people would like to see again we would absolutely love to do it. Both the guys put on a tremendous fight,” Deas added on Monday.
“If it used to be up to me – and best me – I would really like to do the Fury struggle first as a result of I feel there’s unfinished trade.
“If the cash is sensible in the United Kingdom I would really like to do it there. Deontay hasn’t ever had an issue with travelling. That’s no longer the problem at all.”
Several former international champions, together with Floyd Mayweather, Lennox Lewis, Tony Bellew and Carl Froch, believed Fury must have gained.
He used to be floored within the 9th and ultimate rounds, that means they had been scored 10-Eight in Wilder’s favour.
On Fury getting up from his brutal 12th-round knockdown, Deas added: “I believed it used to be over. I feel most of the people concept it used to be over.
“It used to be wonderful that he used to be in a position to do this. I do not know how he did that.
“It used to be a really perfect struggle with two nice warring parties. It used to be a really perfect evening for boxing.”