Fury won the fight with the scorecards reading 57-57, 57-56, despite having a point deducted in the contest.
The verdict greeted with anger by KSI, with the YouTuber insisting he had beaten his professional rival.
‘I understand the Fury name. I won it. It’s outrageous,’ KSI told DAZN.
‘Minus a point as well. I landed the cleanest shots. He couldn’t get any jabs off.
KSI has insisted he was ‘robbed’ after being beaten by Tommy Fury at the AO Arena
Fury was awarded victory by a majority verdict after the six round contest in Manchester
Fury landed one more punch in the contest compared to KSI but was also deducted a point
‘I was bang on the money. How!? Double jabs on.
‘I don’t know what he did. Fury landed 12 punches the whole fight and he won it?
‘I f***ing hate losing man.’
Statistics from the fight revealed that Fury had thrown 159 punches across the six rounds, compared to KSI’s 124.
Fury connected with 39 of his punches, just one more than his rival.
KSI claimed in the ring that he would look into appealing the decision, describing the decision was ‘outrageous’.
He insisted that had won the first three rounds of the fight, with Fury having been deducted a point.
KSI said he wanted a rematch following the controversial decision.
KSI claimed Fury had to win the fight due to being a professional boxer rather than a YouTuber
‘I’m the YouTuber, you’re the boxer. You have to win. I understand,’ KSI told Fury in the ring.
‘He is meant to be a pro boxer and he won by a majority decision [rather than a knock out].
‘The amount of times he hit me in the back of the head. So many times. He was just grabbing me.
‘I’m sorry, it’s outrageous. We’re going to appeal. I want to appeal. I need to see it again. I felt like I won that’.
The 30-year-old YouTuber earned the backing of Chris Eubank Jnr, with the British middleweight boxer claiming he landed the ‘cleanest shots in the contest.
‘I thought KSI landed the cleanest shots. Was moving better, boxing better,’ Eubank Jnr said.
‘The points deduction was huge. Boxing is a strange thing.’