Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury: Fresh Footage Shows Ben Davison In Heated Argument After Brutal 12th Round Knockdown
BT Sport has released brand new footage of the biggest fight of 2018 when Tyson Fury went over to the United States and outboxed WBC Heavyweight Champion of the world, Deontay Wilder. It was an enthralling fight which gripped the viewers from start to finish, but the biggest talking point came in the twelfth round when Fury was brutally knocked down by his opponent.
Fury lost consciousness for a few seconds after receiving a blow to the head from a man he regularly calls ‘the biggest puncher in heavyweight history.’ However, in miraculous fashion, Fury somehow got up from the punch when he looked down and out, somehow making it back up to his feet in time to continue the round.
The rest of the twelfth round was phenomenal as Fury regained his composure to put Wilder on the back foot, despite being laid flat on his back just seconds earlier. Now, footage of Tyson’s corner has emerged, with trainer Ben Davison’s react finally available for the public to see.
As Fury took those huge punches, Davison’s face was a picture of concentration and worry as he looked seriously concerned for his fighter and friend. He was silent as Fury amazingly rose to his feet when it looked like the fight was over. He shouted three simple words as Fury came back around ‘change the height!’ but then got in a serious argument with a member of staff who was asking him to sit down.
You can see the full video down below, but Davison clearly was not happy with the way he was being spoken to as his fighter battled to make it to the end of the fight.