Footage of Ben Davison's spat with security during final round of Wilder v Fury emerges

Carl Frampton and Tyson Fury Media Workout

Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury was undoubtedly one of the highlights of the boxing calendar in 2018.

With the World Boxing Council [WBC] officially ordering a rematch between the two giants of heavyweights, it shouldn't be too much longer before an official announcement made with more details on when they will renew their rivalry.

It is believed that the May 18 date in New York is being pencilled in after agreeing initial terms.

The first meeting at Los Angeles last December ended controversially, but, produced some unforgettable moments at the Staples Centre.

During the closing stages of the bout, Wilder managed to floor Fury for the second time in devastating fashion, but the Brit remarkably regathered himself and got back up to continue.

Fury’s trainer Ben Davison at ringside was in the company of Ricky Hatton and Freddie Roach when the former champion survived the huge knockdown.

Davison was seen directing the boxer, barking instructions to manoeuvre himself around the ring until the final bell.

However, the British trainer was then caught up in a brief argument with a member of security who reminded him he needed to stay seated throughout the duration of the round.

Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury

The 26-year-old said he was concerned about his fighter and was simply checking to see if he was alright.

It was then that things escalated and the duo engaged in a verbal spat, almost coming to blows with each other.

Although knowledge of the argument was well known, BT have only just released the footage to show exactly what happened.

Fury went the distance against the American ace as Davison along with the entire Fury camp entered the ring believing the Brit to have won the bout, only for it to eventually be judged as a draw.

Nonetheless, after an enthralling encounter last year, fans across the globe are keen to witness another mega clash between the pair later in 2019.

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