Tyson Fury got knocked down, but then got back up again.

It wouldn’t be a high-profile boxing match without a controversial result on the judges’ scorecards, but the Tyson Fury-Deontay Wilder fight Saturday almost didn’t make it that far. Fury seemed to be ahead for much of the match, but in the 12th round, it looked like Wilder scored a knockout against him. But Fury somehow managed to rise on a count of six:

In the end, the judges called it a draw, and many weren’t happy about that (language warning):

But, there were also some (well in the minority, though) unhappy Wilder didn’t win outright:

At any rate, this produced some great looks at Wilder’s face:

And some Undertaker references:

In any case, that’s certainly a memorable fight. Even if Fury’s tubthumping didn’t pay off in the end. And there’s a rematch on the way, and if it’s anything like this one, it should be worth watching.

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Andrew Bucholtz is a staff writer for Awful Announcing and The Comeback. He previously worked at Yahoo! Sports Canada and Black Press.