I've just re-watched the PBC version of Fury-Wilder 1. The guy commentating is calling missed Wilder shots or hits on Fury's gloves as connects. Deontay missed so many shots in this bout. Fury-Wilder 1 IS a little closer overall than what I remembered, imo. Seen it a few times now and I've always scored it for Fury. Here's my scorecard this time. Round 1: Fury 10-9 Round 2: Wilder 10-9 Round 3: Fury 10-9 Round 4: Wilder 10-9 (close round, Wilder edged it late in the last 30 seconds imo) Round 5: Fury 10-9 Round 6: Fury 10-9 Round 7: Even 10-10 (Tight round, Fury scored with the best punch of the round and Wilder missed many of his shots) Round 8: Fury 10-9. Round 9: Wilder 10-8 (knockdown round) Round 10: Fury 10-9 Round 11: Fury 10-9 Round 12: Wilder 10-8 (knockdown round, Fury fought back but gotta give the last 10-8 Wilder imo). 114-113 Fury. This is the closest I've ever had the first Fury-Wilder bout. If I give Wilder the 7th round, it's a draw. A draw wasn't the worst result then in retrospect. What WAS bad on the night was the 115-111 card of judge Rochin for Wilder. (Shades of 118-110 Canelo with that one.) Deontay didn't do nearly enough over 12 rounds of boxing to win on the cards by 4 points. He was a little lucky to get a draw if anything. Fury dominated the rematch.