Tyson Fury is the talk of the town at the minute following his epic heavyweight clash with Deontay Wilder last Saturday night.
The pair fought out a very entertaining draw, although many felt that Fury had done enough to secure the win and complete a miraculous comeback from the depths of depression to world champion.
Fury is a huge Manchester United fan and was a guest of the club tonight at their league tie against old rivals, Arsenal.
Speaking to BT Sport at half-time Fury proclaimed that he won’t go on about the controversial draw forever, instead, he will dust himself off and move on.
“Of course but Im not going to go on about it forever, like goes on. I got robbed blind in America the whole world knows it but we’re going to go on, continue to the next one.”
Fury also confirmed that he wants a rematch with Wilder and is hoping that it will take place at the ‘Theatre of Dreams’ next summer.
“I said to Frank Warren, he said ‘Aresenal’, I said, ‘No, let’s have it at Old Trafford’. Hopefully, we can have it here in the summer.”
The two sides were level at 1-1 at half time, and the lineal heavyweight champion couldn’t help but bring out the boxing analogy to describe the match, and Manchester United’s season thus far, before claiming in jest that he doesn’t like draws.
“We have been on the ropes but we need a win here to get us back off the ropes, land a right hand and we’ll be right back in it.
“No, I wouldn’t, I don’t like draws, I only like wins.”
— Ouney (@Ouney86) December 5, 2018