I see a lot of talk surrounding the judging of this fight, with much of it surrounding the idea of how a boxing fight is judged. Wilder dropped Fury twice, with one being a devastating (almost) KO in the 12th and final round. Many point out that if this were a real fight, Wilder would have won. My opinion is that Fury won the boxing match. That’s what it was, after all. This was not a no-holds-barred match meant to simulate a real fight in the streets. Boxing is not a simulation of a real fight. Boxing is a sport where men fight under a specified, agreed-upon set of rules, none of which allude to the idea that we should judge it as if we are watching a street fight. Fuck my opinion, though. Who did you think won the fight, under your interpretation? Feel free to say why in the comments. I’m hammered so I’ll add that I love you guys.