After a week of throwing insults at each other, the two fighters are now ready to face off at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles.
The 12-round fight went the distance even as Wilder knocked Fury down twice in the ninth and 12th rounds.
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Tyson Fury made a miraculous recovery from a 12th round knockdown when it looked like he was out cold to earn a draw, that should have been a win, against Deontay Wilder. The sixth round warning from the referee in the sixth round for both to show more urgency.
In the ninth, Wilder found success when he walked the challenger down, landing with a right that put Fury on the backseat of his trousers.
The two undefeated heavyweights have combined for 58 knockouts in their 67 career fights, with Deontay Wilder holding the majority of those finishes with 39. Wilder has emerged as a great heavyweight champion, and he continues to prove that. Yes, the boxing judges actually got a big fight right.More news: Iraq's production ramp-up could foil Opec's push for curbs
This truly is one of the most anticipated heavyweight title showdowns we've seen in quite some time, and below is all the information you need to catch the historic fight on Saturday.
Fury appeared to be getting the better of Wilder after the opening eight rounds, this before Deontay eventually dropped Fury in round nine.More news: Barcelona's possible Champions League last 16 opponents