- Tommy Fury’s win against KSI was overturned by unanimous decision
- One of the judges’ scorecards was mistakenly collected on the night
- A post on social media on Sunday revealed that a mistake had been made
Tommy Fury’s win against KSI has been rectified by unanimous decision after one of the judges’ cards was incorrectly stacked.
It was announced that the referee in question scored the bout as a 57-57 draw, when he actually scored it 57-56 for Fury.
The other two judges also scored the six-round bout 57-56 to Fury as the Love Island star secured a controversial victory in Manchester.
It was revealed earlier on Sunday that a mistake had been made with the scorecards, although many thought KSI had beaten Fury on the night.
After claiming that night he was ‘robbed’, the YouTube sensation posted on X: ‘Appreciate all the kind messages from everyone. In the ring and watching him, I feel like I should have won.
Tommy Fury’s win vs. KSI has been updated to a unanimous decision after a referee scoreboard was incorrectly added
The scoresheets for Saturday night’s KSI vs. Tommy Fury match revealed a miscalculation – Rafael Ramos (right) got KSI’s score to 57 when it should only have been 56
KSI then said he ‘felt he should have won’ after the YouTuber hit Fury hard.
Either way, I feel like I got what I wanted in the end. This untalented little fool was able to go toe to toe with a professional boxer. Use me as living proof that hard work and self-belief can get you anywhere in this life.’
Chris Eubank Jr was also left confused by the decision with the professional fighter claiming the YouTuber ‘boxed better’ than Fury, while Eddie Hearn called the decision ‘horse s***’.
Fury’s brother Shane Fury even admitted he was ‘very lucky’ to get the decision that night.
The 24-year-old claimed he was done with fights after Saturday’s bout, but left the door open for a possible clash with Jake or Logan Paul.
KSI was disgusted with the decision, calling it a ‘robbery’ and vowing to appeal
His anger came after a grueling fight that saw both men try to land significant blows
Fury beat Jake Paul on points earlier this year and now looks set for a rematch with his boxing record now standing at 10-0.
Paul was embroiled in a controversy of his own at the Misfits event on Saturday night.
With Paul being outmatched by Dillon Danis throughout their bout, the MMA star attempted to knock his opponent down in the final round and sparked a massive brawl.
Paul was awarded the victory by disqualification as security guards had to enter the ring to separate the fighters.