Tyson Fury says judge Alejandro Rochin should be banned for life for 'disgraceful' Deontay Wilder scorecard
At times the Gypsy King gave Wilder a boxing lesson and fully expected to become a world champion again, three years after defeating Wladimir Klitschko.
However, Rochin staggeringly gave the fight to the American 115-111 with British judge Phil Edwards calling it a draw robbing Fury of one the greatest ever boxing comebacks.
Fury blasted: “This man should be banned for life.
“Even if I hadn't been knocked down twice he would still have had me losing, disgrace.
“I've never seen a worse decision in my life. These controversies give boxing a bad name.
“The world knows who is the real world champion.
“Wilder was given a gift in his own country.
“He will have woken up this morning thanking his lucky stars that he still has that green and gold belt, which belongs to me.”
After two tune-up fights in earlier this year in June and August, the Manchester fighter insists despite such a long time away his performance was the best of all his 28 bouts.
He added: “I feel on top of the world after the best performance of my life. I'm happy with it.
“There's no harm done. I'm still the lineal champion which is the most important title for me.
“I feel I did myself, my family and my country proud, I was Phoenix rising from the ashes.” (getting up after 12th round knockdown).
Promoter Frank Warren revealed talks have begun about a rematch with the likely venue in Las Vegas and not a blockbusting show at a football stadium in England.
Fury continued: “I would have no problem coming back here. All the really big in boxing history have been in America.
“If Deontay chooses to go the other way I would wish him the very best in the future and God bless.”
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