British fighter Tyson Fury says "the world knows who the real WBC champion is" and believes his draw with Deontay Wilder was "a gift decision" for the American The 30 year old shared a thrilling battle in Los Angeles, with many former professionals saying he won the bout. Promoter Frank Warren said he and the British Boxing Board of Control will write to the WBC demanding a rematch. Speaking the day after the bout, Fury said: "To be honest, I've never seen a worse decision in my life." People who really don't understand the game were particular about Fury going down twice during the bout and were wondering how two knock down did not result into a victory for Wilder. The truth is, it doesn't really matter where you were knocked down or not as a matter of fact, some boxers do get knocked down intentionally, maybe you just want to rest, on both occasions, Fury stood up at the count of nine, he took his time, took some deep breaths. Some boxers are tactically sound, they know that if you miss a wide punch and they know that their opponent is going to connect with a very bad one they will go down, so some do fall down intentionally. It doesn't matter how many times you fall down, it matters you remain standing and not fall back when you get up. The likes of Mayweather, Holifield, Lewis, were all asking how Fury could get back up. Infact Ricky Hatton who was former boxer and was in Fury's corner said he saw Fury's eyes roll to the back of his head and was shocked he could stand up. Coincidence Fury fell early much in the 12 round and Wilder could have gone for the kill but Fury was able to stay up for the rest of the bout which matters alot. The most important thing is his antecedent, he was out for 30 months, had depression, and must have taken some banned substance which was why he avoided a doping test. He was given a two year ban, which he accepted and he got completely overweight. He had to lose 10 ton, it's was also revealed that the fight came 6 months earlier,he need to lose weight because he was like 4 tons heavier than Wilder. He has done a lot to comeback. One thing that worked in his favour was his head movement, his speed was much and the wide punches of Wilder did not connect, thanks to his very good head movement. He also landed more punches than Wilder in the course of the fight. It's only shocking and controversial that the bout ended in a draw. The result gave a lot of room for conspiracy theories and I believe that something was cooked up somewhere so their could be a rematch, imagine an American was fighting on home soil and the judges were Americans, why not a neutral judge? The fight we say was not close and Fury should have won. Promoter Frank Warren said a rematch at Wembley a 80,000 sell out will yield lots of fund. Before now it was a question of who would win the fight better Wilder and Anthony Joshua but now I believe the world will be more interested in seeing a fight between Fury and Anthony Joshua. Because Fury is a more classy, dangerous and competitive opponent because of his speed and techniques. Wilder has 41 fight 39 knock out a win and a draw but he never fought a big name unlike Fury who shocked the world when he beat Wladimir Klitschko. So I believe Fury won the bout. What do you think? Have a say, drop your comments below.