It was one of the fights of 2018, and Tyson Fury has relived the 12th round in his bout with Deontay Wilder last December.
Fury, who had only returned to the ring earlier in the year following a two-and-a-half-year absence, was knocked down by the American in the fight, but recovered to get back up and see out the fight in Los Angeles.
The match ended in a controversial draw after 12 pulsating rounds of action, and Fury has been reliving the final round, where he found himself on the canvas following a left hook from Wilder at a recent event.
Fury entertained the audience in attendance at a speaking event last weekend by describing the round, punch by punch, as caught on camera by Boxing journalist @Umar_iFL.
He said: "By the looks of it, what happened, I got knocked the f*** out, that's what happened!
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"If that man isn't knocked out, I don't know what is.
"I haven't seen anyone knocked out like that before, he's knocked out for sure."
The Mancunian fighter would later talk through himself recovering and getting up off the canvas to continue the final round.
"I put my hands behind my back and hit him with a left hook and a right hand."
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Meanwhile, WBC president Mauricio Sulaiman confirmed on Twitter that a rematch between Fury and Wilder is off.
The two heavyweights had been due to clash again later this year following their split decision draw in the initial bout, but Sulaiman revealed that plans have since been shelved.
He tweeted: "Wilder vs Fury is officially not happening next.
"The WBC has received communications as our process and while Wilder confirmed its willingness to fight the rematch, Fury will take on another fight with expectations to do rematch at a later date."News Now - Sport News