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Saturday night’s rematch between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder left boxing fans boxing as the British giant dominated the previously unbeaten Wilder to keep his own record loss free at 30-0-1.


''Boxing deserves these kind of moments. The walkouts were grandiose. The pomp and circumstance. It was so much fun. This is what boxing is all about. This is why I love it.''

— Helwani, on Wilder vs Fury II

On his MMA Show, Ariel Helwani looked back at Fury’s win vs. Wilder, comparing Wilder’s boxing skills — or lack thereof — to those of a MMA heavyweight and praising his corner for stopping the fight.

While Wilder may invoke his option for a rematch, Helwani allowed himself to dream of an all-Brit card featuring Fury versus Anthony Joshua.


Matchroom Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn joined Helwani to assess Fury’s knockout victory over Wilder. Hearn, who promotes unified heavyweight champion Joshua, says a fight with Fury is contingent on whether or not Wilder exercises his rematch clause. He also shares his thoughts on a potential crossover fight between Manny Pacquiao vs. Conor McGregor.