Tyson Fury maintained to hold onto his WBC heavyweight title after he was pushed to the limit by Deontay Wilder as the bout ended in a controversial draw. It was a brave show put up by Fury as he survived a pair of knockdowns and looked to have done enough to outclass WBC champion Wilder and retain the coveted title.Also Read - Boxer Tyson Fury Parts Ways With Trainer Ben Davison

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While Alejandro Rochin of Mexico scored it 115-111 to Wilder, Robert Tapper of Canada had it 114-110 to Fury. With Phil Edwards of the United Kingdom scoring it 113-113, it meant that Wilder retained the title on a draw.

Wilder vs Fury match card, results

Deontay Wilder (c) vs Tyson Fury for the heavyweight title ends in a split draw

Jarrett Hurd (c) defeats Jason Wellborn via fourth-round TKO (ref stoppage)

Luis Ortiz defeats Travis Kauffman via 10th-round TKO (ref stoppage)

Joe Joyce defeats Joe Hanks via first-round TKO (ref stoppage)

 Oleksandr Gvozdyk defeats Adonis Stevenson via 11th-round TKO (ref stoppage)