After the defeat, Wilder initially refused to admit his rival’s victory, Englishman Heavyweight, a lot of bad blood is flowing between the rival camps over the trilogy.
But Wilder now accepted the results and vowed to bring the stronger ones back into the ring.
“Wow, what a night!” Wilder wrote on social media.
“First and foremost, I would like to thank God for allowing me to give the world another part of me driven by passion and determination.
“Thanks to the team and fans for continuing this long process.
“I lie if I say I wasn’t disappointed with the results, but after looking back on my journey, I realized that what God wanted me to experience was much greater than I expected. I did.
“We couldn’t win, but the wise man once said that victory was within the scope of the lesson. I sometimes learned that you have to lose to win.
“But I wanted a win that fans enjoyed seeing more wins. Hopefully I proved to be a true warrior and true king of the sport.
“Hopefully, in the face of trials and hardships, I have proved that I can always regain myself and live and fight again for what I believe.
“Last but not least, I congratulate @ gypsyking101 on the victory and thank you for the wonderful historical memories that will last forever.”
Following the victory, Fury said he undoubtedly left him the highest heavyweight of the era, his record now standing at 22 KOs at 31-0-1.
Deontay Wilder finally pays homage to Tyson Fury after the heavyweight title battle
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