Fury reveals what the judge said after knockout in the 12th round

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Tyson Fury escaped crashing in the 12th round of the match against Deontay Wilder, and has now discovered what the judge told him after he fell.

  

Deontay Wilder defended the world title in the heavyweight division WBC after battling Tyson Fury, who finished draws at Staples Center in Los Angeles on Sunday morning.

A knockout in the last round, 12, turned out to be decisive for the war to be declared equal, with Fury British leader pointing to that point.

"I got up, I do not know how. The church was sleeping on the floor. It was, I was lying in my back. Suddenly I opened my eyes, stood up, but he said, 'If you fall, I will not stop the machine,' "said Fury.



"He told me: 'I will tell you to go to the right side and then to the left. If you can do this and look into my eyes, you're telling me that you're okay. ' He said, 'Are you all right?', I said, 'Yes'.

"He told me to go to the left, I did, told me to go to the right, I did this too. And finally he said to me, 'If you're not in good shape, most of the experienced judges in America will stop the machine. But if you can continue ... '

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