Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder III: Post-Fight Press Conference

Watch the post-fight press conference after the heavyweight title fight featuring #TysonFury and #DeontayWilder #FuryWilder3

Pound-for-pound star Terence “Bud” Crawford has called out the welterweight superstars for years. His long wait for a legacy-defining fight is now over. Crawford will defend his WBO welterweight world title and unbeaten record Saturday, Nov. 20 against two-time welterweight champion and WBO No. 1 contender “Showtime” Shawn Porter at the Michelob ULTRA Arena in Las Vegas.

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  1. Tyson Fury no need legends he is the upper hands Champion the New hero of boxing's art.🍺🍺🍺🍺🥂🥂🥂🥂🏆🏆🏆🏆

  2. Fixed fight again for Fury via second slow ten count. Also Fury past cocaine use helps him recover faster after knock down

  3. Deontay lost fight 2 and 3 in the first fight. When Fury got knocked down and rose up like the Undertaker, that was it. When his premature celebratory antics melted to disbelief the dejection. He knew then, at that moment…..he was [expletive].

  4. Deontay man of excuses. Always has been always will be. Not here because of this or that. Sore losers are cut from the same cloth. Lost a fan out of me after these fights

  5. That was the best fight ii have seen in this era there has not been a fight like this 4 atleast 10 years

  6. Wow Bleacher Report.. Bob is gonna get a lot of crap ripping two female reporters but seriously. What a stupid F’in statement saying Wilder was the betting favorite

  7. There's no doubt about it Wilder is an amazing fighter, Fury has moved into boxing legend, up and down like a whoers drawers but the heart of a lion brought him glory

  8. Bob arum was saying it was the greatest fight ever or something along those lines. I'm not a massive boxing fan and don't fully understand all the nuances but surely a fight with so much hugging and referee intervention can't be considered that. It was very exciting at times but there was alot of that going on

  9. He deserves his just do .The better Man won .Wilder was the Top Dog but there's always someone better .So the Gypsy King has arrived and still ⚔️⚒️💀🥊🥊
    The big dog is here 😜👑👑

  10. Good fight but just don't compare anyone's to the best heavyweight boxers of all time… Muhammad Ali ☝️

  11. Nothing beats two great heavyweight fighters beating the snot out of each other… Congratulations Tyson fury

  12. wilder: fury cheated he had his ancestors in spirit in the ring with him telling when I'm gunna punch him mummmm tell em it's not fair

  13. Its crazy Canelo A. Fort mayweather at 23 years old while mayweather was in his prime. I think if both of them were in their prime, the way Alvarez is now he could definitely beat Mayweather in his prime.

  14. Tyson fury is a complete gentleman he doesn't blame anything on anyone or anything, and hes even humble in loss. For Wilder after the fight to say I'm not about this sportsmanship get the fuck away from me is exactly why Americans don't like him.

  15. Oh shit I didn't know that was a Emmanual Stewert's nephew(awesome). Fury was obviously getting great boxing lessons. It's so happy to hear that Stewart's neph. followed in his footsteps.

  16. This was not a great fight the refs should've stopped the fight three rounds prior, this was a beat down the entire fight.

  17. This, right here, was an amazingly engaging press conference, entirely separate from this amazingly engaging bout. Fury's articulateness in framing the moment, in assessing the division going back a century (and his place in that), but then also his graciousness towards his opponent and all the connections with that corner … Blew me away that someone who had just gotten past what he endured (and meted out) by only an hour or so could be so descriptive and coherent, and handle this moment with such dignity. This is an impressive human, utterly apart from his athleticism.

  18. Ephesians 6:12
    King James Version
    12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.

  19. Gotta give credit to Wilders new coach, drastic improvement compared to the second fight. Fury is just something else.

  20. I'm a Fury fan all the way, no better heavyweight on the planet at the moment. I thought better of Wilder, his background and his reason for fighting, I respect that. But when he makes excuses like he did after the 2nd fight and no handshake after the 3rd fight ended, no respect shown to his opponent and nowhere to be found. He would have gone up in my estimation if he had faced Fury, gave him his due and shook his hand. That's the measure of a proper man. Disappointing from him.

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