- Tommy Fury has been pictured the morning after his victory against KSI
- The fighter looked remarkably fresh despite having gone six rounds on Saturday
- He claimed a majority decision victory over the YouTube boxing sensation
The pair went the distance and while it may not have been the knockout victory the Manchester-born fighter would have wanted, he extended his unblemished 10-fight unbeaten record, having now beaten KSI and Jake Paul in the space of seven months.
On Sunday morning, Fury was photographed on a walk in Manchester just hours after the fight and seemed visibly fresh despite having taken 38 punches from his opponent the night before, according to Boxing Scene.
Tommy Fury was pictured looking visibly fresh just hours after his majority decision victory against KSI
Fury was seen on a walk in Manchester on Sunday despite having gone six rounds with KSI on Saturday night
KSI (right) landed 38 punches on the former Love Island star during the match but it was Fury who was deemed the victor
Speaking to IFL TV, Fury said: ‘Was it my best performance? No, absolutely not.
‘But we knew it was going to be a stink-fest because there was one man who didn’t want to come and fight.’
On the quality of the fight, he added: ‘It was a horrible fight, I’ve not even watched it back and I’m not sure I’ll want to watch it back because I was useless in there tonight but still got the win.
‘On a s*** performance, I still came out with a win.’
Despite that, jubilant scenes erupted among Fury’s supporters after the victory was confirmed, with his brother Tyson, who is due to fight Francis Ngannou later this month, pictured leaping up in elation at the result.
Fury managed more punches than his opponent, recording 39 to KSI’s 38, but the YouTuber, 30, struck more power punches than him, landing 35 to his 27.
After the bout he admitted it wasn’t his best performance while also claiming that he was no longer interested in cross-over fights
His brother, Tyson, was also pictured celebrating inside the AO Arena after the win was confirmed
KSI, meanwhile, was seen in a video posted on DAZN’s Instagram story looking dejected after the fight and can be overheard saying ‘Ain’t no way’
KSI, was seen walking to the changing rooms after the bout shaking his head saying ‘Ain’t no way’.
Despite being more clinical than Fury, completing 30 per cent of the shots he threw, he added in his post fight interview that he felt robbed at the decision.
‘Minus a point as well. I landed the cleanest shots. He couldn’t get any jabs off.
‘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.’