Tyson Fury's former trainer has given verdict on the British boxer's stunning win over Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas.
And, despite Fury ditching him in the build-up to this WBC heavyweight tussle, it seems Ben Davison is still a huge fan of his ex-fighter.
Indeed, Fury produced a stunning performance of patience and power to stop Wilder in the seventh round to finally win the WBC world heavyweight title.
Fury floored the champion twice and completely dominated the action before Wilder's corner threw the towel in to save the despairing, bewildered champion from more punishment.
Davison was vocal on social media throughout the bout, posting his support for Fury and hailing him as "some man", and continued to hail his pal after the victory.
He wrote: "Credit goes to the fighter I always say that but fantastic job sugar hill and Andy Lee too. Also Tyson family, brothers, father, wife and kids. THE BEST STORY IN BOXING HISTORY."
Another post read: "Nobody ever tell me Tyson isn’t in the all time heavyweight great list now."
He then went on to claim Fury should be welcomed home with a parade, adding: "If Tyson doesn’t get a return parade this country needs to seriously take a long look at itself."
In this highly-anticipated super fight rematch between the two titans, Fury took control late in the first round and never relinquished it, knocking down Wilder twice and bloodying him en route to the referee stopping the fight in the seventh where Wilder's corner threw in the towel.
Fury used his reach advantage to continually beat Wilder to the punch. He took total control in the third where he landed a right hand to Wilder's left ear to drop him to the canvas.
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