Video emerges of Tyson Fury's recovery with Jason Statham commentary from 'Snatch'

Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury

"I got knocked down twice, but I still believe I won the fight."

Tyson Fury is adamant that he should have been victorious in Saturday night's fight against Deontay Wilder and if truth be told, he outboxed the American.

Wilder knocked the Gypsy King down twice, but other than that Fury landed far more punches and was a constant threat with his right jab.

A draw was given in the end yet the reaction from the crowd, fans on social media and former boxers like Floyd Mayweather and Lennox Lewis suggested Fury was the worthy winner.

"Listen, we're on away soil," added Fury, per Sky Sports. "I believe every man in here thought I won that fight, but I'm showing total professionalism here.

"I'm a true champion, a true warrior. I went to Germany to fight Klitschko, I came to America to fight Wilder."

It looked like Fury was heading for defeat in the 12th round when Wilder floored him with a strong right and left hook, but somehow the 30-year-old got back to his feet.

Wilder certainly couldn't believe what he was watching as he stopped celebrating and just stared at Fury standing up.

Even Fury doesn't know how he recovered so quickly: "Credit to him, he caught me flush but I got up and I don't know how.

Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury

"It was like a phoenix rising from the ashes. I had two decisions on that floor - stay down or get up. As long as there's life left in this body I'll keep continuing to fight."

Fury's recovery has since been given The Undertaker theme song treatment and now it's been combined with some famous Jason Statham commentary from the film 'Snatch'.

The video below features Wilder celebrating and then realising Fury is back with the following quote dubbed over the audio: "All he's got to do is stay down... now, we are f*****."

'Club Foot' by Kasabian then starts playing as Fury is shown picking himself up and speaking to the referee. Check it out.

So good even Kell Brook had to tweet it. Fury's recovery will live long in the memory for boxing fans and it just goes to show how hard he is to beat.

Good luck, Anthony Joshua.

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