Tyson Fury of Britain (R) challeges Deontay Wilder of the US (C) after Wilder defeated Artur Szpilka of Poland in their WBC Heavyweight Championship bout at Barclay's Center in Brooklyn, New York, on January 16, 2016. AFP PHOTO / DON EMMERT STF
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Unbeaten Deontay Wilder kept his share of the world heavyweight crown Saturday with his 35th knockout in 36 fights, then traded verbal sparring with unbeaten British rival champion Tyson Fury in the ring.That enabled Wilder to keep his World Boxing Council title and set the stage for a potential shot at an undisputed title later this year against Fury, who beat Wladimir Klitschko for the World Boxing Association crown and climbed into the ring to taunt Wilder moments after the fight ended.That will likely mean waiting, while Fury fights a rematch with Klitschko, and trying to win the International Boxing Federation title that went to unbeaten U.S. southpaw Charles Martin on the same card.
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