Fury and KSI finally settled their differences at Manchester’s AO Arena in a scrappy contest that saw more clinches than punches landed.
Fury was deducted a point in the second round, and there was very little to split the pair as the final bell rang.
But despite losing a point, Fury was still declared the winner by the slimmest of margins. Speaking in the ring afterwards, he declared he was ‘done’ with fighting YouTubers, before quickly appearing to backtrack.
‘A lot went on in the build-up. I’m done with this cross-over s***,’ Fury told in-ring interviewer Ariel Helwani.
Tommy Fury declared he was done with crossover boxing after beating KSI on Saturday
Fury was handed a narrow majority decision win that has sparked debate among fans
Despite saying he was done with crossover boxing, Fury then said he would be open to a rematch with Jake Paul
However, he then added: Any of the Pauls want it, I welcome it with open arms’.
Fury’s clash with KSI was his second straight fight against a YouTuber after he outpointed Jake Paul in February.
He now appears to be open to a rematch, while a fight with Logan may also be on the cards.
Logan fought on Saturday’s undercard in a grudge match against Dillon Danis that ended in farcical circumstances.
Danis was disqualified after trying to to use his MMA skills to take Logan down on multiple occasions, and his actions sparked a brawl in the final round that led to 30 security guards jumping into the ring, leaving the referee with no choice but to wave the fight off.
Logan could now be in line to step up to face Fury, but he may have a battle on his hands to get the nod ahead of his brother Jake, who has repeatedly called for a rematch with Fury since his defeat to him earlier this year.
Fury also expressed interest in fighting Logan Paul who beat Dillon Danis via disqualification on Saturday’s undercard
A rematch with KSI is another possibility for Fury, as the YouTube star was disgusted by the judges’ decision on Saturday night.
He labelled the verdict a ‘robbery’ and announced plans to appeal, making it clear he has unfinished business with Fury.
Fury responded by admitting his rival had given him a difficult night, but was clearly relieved the final decision went in his favour.
‘Listen, he’s an awkward man. At the end of the day I got the victory. We are 10-0,’ Fury said.