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That's all from me, Heres the wrap of how the fight played out
Both men remain undefeated with a re-match very likely.
Wilder: "I had two 10-8 rounds I dont think it can be a draw."
Result: Draw on a split decision.
Judges Score: 115-111, Wilder. 114-110 Fury, 113-113. Draw,
Waiting now for official word on the decision.
Round 12: Wilder connects with a right and then knocks down Fury. WOW that was big. Fury gets up and is good to go. Fury hits Wilder with a left hook a knock-out needed from Fury. Fury did so well to stay in this fight and not get knocked out. Newshub score: 10-8 Wilder, Final 115-111 Wilder.
Round 11: We can expect fireworks to finish this fight. British fans now finding a voice inside Staples. Fury catches Wilder with a right midway through the round. Not too much action in the 11th. We are going to the 12th. Newshub Score: 10-9 Wilder.
Round 10: Fury comes out the more aggressive, is Wilder tired? Not a whole lot of action early in this round. But Fury lands one and Wilder looks to finihs it with a series of rights that miss. Fury lands a good right to the chin. Wilder looks to finish it late but the bell rings and Fury blows a kiss as he walks to his corner. Newshub Score: 10-9 Fury.
Round 9: Wilder drops Fury with a big over hand right. He gets up, but is it over. Fury in so much trouble here. Wilder looking to finish. Fury counters back and rocks Wilder with a right of his own. Wilder is swinging for the hills. More intense taunting sticking his tongue out. Newshub Score 10-8 Wilder.
Round 8: Wilder and Fury both throwing jabs as they look to work the body. More taunting coming from Fury as he lifts the arm in the air. A very close fight still, Fury lands two big right hands late in the round. Fury gets him in that round but Wilder finishes very strong too. Almost too close to call. Newshub Score: 10-9 Fury.
Round 7: Wilder connects with an early left hook, Fury lands his best punch but it is immediately countered with a combo from Wilder which hurt Fury. Wilder picking up the aggression. More blood coming from Fury's nose, best round of the fight as both fighters trade blows. Newshub Score: 10-9 Fury
Round 6: It's all Wilder throwing punches but there seems to be a bit of swelling to the side of Wilder's eye. Fury throwing a few jabs here and there but it looks like he may be trying to savesome gas. Half way through the fight now. Newshub Score: 10-9 Fury
Round 5: Wilder starting to get more aggressive jabs connecting and searching for the finishing blow. A quite round here with both guys throwing jabs and the other one blocking them. Wilder ends the round well but it may just be Fury's round. Newshub Score: 10-9 Wilder
Round 4: Lots of big right hands thrown from Wilder that are just missing Fury. USA chants are echoing over Staples Centre. A quick jab connects from Wilder as he goes for the big right hand. Blood streaming from the face of Fury. Newshub Score: 10-9 Wilder
Round 3: Fury is continuing to taunt but the champ isnt buying it. Sticking to his game plan with jabs and attempted finishers. Fury finds Wilder with a jab to the face. A slower round with limited connections. Newshub Score:10-9 Fury
Round 2: More intent early on from Wilder, The champion gets him with a few jabs. Lots of swinging from the two with very little shots connecting. Wilder gets Fury with a good shot late in the second round. Newshub Score: 10-9 Wilder
Fury ends round one with a few good shots and taunts the champion after the bell, but it was all Wilder until late on.
Tyson Fury is bouncing around, and taunting the champion. Fury is putting his hands behind his back and the gamesmanship continues. Furry looking to the jab, Wilder not offering too much on the counter. Newshub Score: 10-9 Wilder.
Round 1: DING DING DING.... Lets go. Boxers touch gloves and we are underway.
5:45pm Both fighters in the ring, moments away now.
Here comes the Champion, Deontay Wilder with a black robe full of feathers, a gold crown and a mouthpiece. Looking calm and ready to go.
Tyson Fury enters to Run This Town by Rihanna and Kanye. The hood is up and the Gypsy King is singing and shouting.
Then the Start Spangled banner. Here come the fighters
We are getting close now, national anthem time. First up God Save the Queen.
Here is New Zealand boxer Junior Fa's thoughts on how this fight will go.
Next up is the big one, Somebody's "O" has got to go. Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury
Jarrett Hurd drops Welborn and the ref gets to 10!! It's over!! AND STILL!!! Jarrett Hurd picks up a fourth round TKO.
Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury is up next. After this 12 round fight
Coming up next: Jarrett Hurd vs Jason Welborn
IT'S OVER!! Ortiz finally gets the win in the 10th, the ref stops the fight as Ortiz lands a barrage of hits to Kauffman's face.
The two boxers enter the 10th round and Kauffman needs a miracle. Ortiz drops him again.... and again he gets back up.
Kauffman survives and we are going to nine.
Ortiz drops him again in the eighth, an eight count this time before he gets up.
Expect the ring walk to start around 5pm (NZT).
Ortiz drops Kauffman in the sixth, the American gets up and carries on.
After fourt rounds it's all Ortiz who is controlling the fight but can't seem to get any meaningful punches to connect.
Small stoppage in round three as Ortiz punches Kauffman below the belt. Start of the fourth round now
Luis Ortiz has a record of 29-1. His only blemish is Deontay Wilder who knocked him out in their slug fest earlier this year.
Travis Kauffman is 32-2 his losses coming against Tony Grano and Amir Mansour.
Next up we have Luis Ortiz vs Travis Kauffman.
Joyce hit Hanks with a left hook which knokcs the big American to the ground with his eyes rolling to the back of his head.
Joe Joyce has knocked out Joe Hanks in the first round to take his career record to 7-0, all by way of knokcouts
The first fight of the main event is about to start, Joe Joyce fighting Joe Hanks.
As expected loadsof boxing royalty in attendance, making the trip to get a glimpse of the #wilderfury fight
Its a win already for the Wilder camp with Deontay's younger brother Marsellos Wilder (3-0, 2 KOs), 29 beating David Damore by decision.
Welcome to live coverage of the WBC heavyweight title fight between 'The Bronze Bomber' Deontay Wilder and 'The Gypsy King' Tyson Fury.
Wilder's reign as champion stretches back to 2015 when he won a decision victory over fellow American Bermane Stirverne.
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The 33-year-old has stopped out every fighter he has fought with an incredible record of 40-0 with 39 knockouts.
Last time out Wilder became the first man to beat Luis Ortiz, stopping the Cuban in the 10th round of an instant classic back in May.
Fury, the former lineal heavyweight champion of the world retired after his 2015 win over the great Wladimir Klitschko in Germany. Struggling with personal demons and lack of motivation, the 30-year-old packed on the pounds and faded into the boxing wilderness.
But June 2018 marked his return to the ring when Fury stopped Sefer Seferi – in August he topped journeyman Italian Francesco Pianeta to set up his date with destiny against Wilder.
The winner of this fight is set to share in a $200 million purse with Anthony Joshua in a unification bout early next year.
Big stakes in Los Angeles this afternoon.