Tyson Fury's spirit hasn't been dampened by his controversial draw to Deontay Wilder after being in attendance at Old Trafford to watch Manchester United take on Arsenal.
During the half-time break, the 30-year-old undefeated Brit was asked if he would take a draw as the full-time result.
Of course, the Gypsy King believes he should have won his bout with the Bronze Bomber, so the idea of a draw was never going to be on his mind.
"No, I wouldn't. I don't like draws. I only like wins," he chuckled.
Fury also spoke about his fight with the the 33-year-old WBC Heavyweight Champion and claims that he was "robbed blind in America."
"Of course [I thought I won], but I'm not going to go on about it forever," he explained.
"Life goes on. I got robbed blind in America, the world knows it, but we go on. Continue to the next fight."
The former WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO Champion hasn't ruled out a rematch in the UK, saying that if it did happen, he would want it to take place in his hometown of Manchester and be held at Old Trafford.
"Frank Warren said Arsenal, I said: 'No, let's have it at Old Trafford,'" he said.
"Hopefully, we can have it here in the summer."
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