TYSON FURY and Deontay Wilder look set to be granted an prompt rematch by the WBC.
The Gypsy King, 30, claimed he was denied the “biggest comeback in boxing historical past” after final weekend’s struggle controversially ended as a draw.
Fury’s promoter Frank Warren vowed to launch a grievance over the scorecards after the explosive showdown in Los Angeles and desires a rematch.
The WBC have now confirmed that it’s going to course of a request for a second struggle “accordingly and instantly.”
A spokesman from the organisation advised talkSPORT: “On the WBC conference held in Kiev in October, it was dominated to facilitate cases that one of the best fights are staged, the heavyweight division included.
“Tyson Fury was excellent final Saturday, among the finest performances that has been seen in a very long time.
“If a request for a rematch is acquired, the WBC will course of it accordingly and instantly.”
The struggle passed off on the Staples Centre in Los Angeles, however Fury desires the subsequent showdown to go forward at Outdated Trafford in Manchester.
And he has known as for Mexican decide Alejandro Rochin to be banned for all times after he scored the struggle 115-111 in Wilder’s favour.
The spokesperson added: “The ring officers, who labored the Wilder vs Fury bout are three people who find themselves extremely honourable and upright.
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“Our organisation will not accept any kind of questioning whatsoever in relation to our officials.
“The bout was very close and there were two knockdowns.
“Boxing is a sport in which we will find opposite opinions, and we choose to enjoy great satisfaction after such an amazing fight.
“The doors of our organisation are open for Mr Fury and we are very proud of him.”
Boxing legends Lennox Lewis and Frank Bruno jumped to the defence of Fury, while Floyd Mayweather was left “disgusted” by the decision.