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Callisto-moon
08 Aug 18 10:39
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crazy fight to take, mr wilder is quite powerful.
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Report GRANTCKING August 9, 2018 10:11 PM BST
dont believe it until the contracts are signed!
Report wisewords August 10, 2018 3:22 AM BST
agree^
Report TheBaron August 10, 2018 9:40 AM BST
Fury is mentally unstable and it won't be long before he pushes the self destruct button again. I can't see him being around for the long term other than a series of ever less successful comebacks.
Report tobermory August 11, 2018 1:16 AM BST
I wish there was a market on this fight not happening.

I think Eddie Hearn right that Warren just using this to drum up interest in Fury-Pianeta next week.
Report SontaranStratagem August 11, 2018 9:01 PM BST
Sadly I don't think we'll ever see the Tyson Fury that beat WD

The bloke is back for a few easy pay days before sodding off again

Maybe he will fight DW but it'll be for the cash not the success
Report Callisto-moon August 12, 2018 11:53 AM BST
Might as well retire as no ones beating Joshua over the next 7 years.
Report SontaranStratagem August 17, 2018 7:43 PM BST
Looked in a bit better shape at the weight in to be fair to him, the love handles slowly going and the mid riff looking less flabby as well

But its a big ask for the body to still be able to do what it did before after all the fat/abuse its been put through

We shall see
Report mega88 August 18, 2018 12:31 PM BST

Aug 12, 2018 -- 11:53AM, Callisto-moon wrote:


Might as well retire as no ones beating Joshua over the next 7 years.


Joshua is no frankell and I fully expect fury to school Joshua if they ever meet, Wilder also could floor him get off the hype train he's been fighting bums, he couldn't put takam down delboy does it in style, couldn't take Parker down Whyte destroys him WAKE UP AN SMELL THE COFFEE

Report Callisto-moon August 18, 2018 1:56 PM BST
whyte was hanging on at the end thats no destruction.
Report scamboogah August 18, 2018 6:25 PM BST
9 times out of 10 Klitschko would have beaten Fury. Do people forget how poor a fight it was, Klitschko had an off night. Also have ye forgot how fragile Fury's chin is - he was put on his h0le by a light punching cruiser (Cunningham), rattled badly by Firtha and another journeyman that I can't think of. Joshua, Wilder & Whyte all ko Fury.
Report Captain carnage September 23, 2018 4:40 PM BST
Unfortunately I think its a cash out fight for fury but he does have more boxing skill in 1 finger than  Wilder has in the whole of his body.
Report Callisto-moon September 26, 2018 8:48 AM BST
hes a better boxer than all of them, but he will slip up at some point and one will
connect and put him down.
Report TheFear October 1, 2018 7:22 PM BST
ive seen it suggested it's a way of cleaning kinahan money, might be true
Report bardo October 3, 2018 11:05 AM BST
There isnt a hope in hell that Fury can ever beat Deontay Wilder.. for me the bet of the year is Wilder to win by KO.. still available at 11/8

Fury is an absolute bum.. got lucky V Klitcshko and has been dining out on that ever since..
Report Whisperingdeath October 31, 2018 7:06 PM GMT
I used to hold the opinion that Fury should have been arrested for impersonating a fighter but a lot of my friends think he is half decent and I am now more inclined to agree with them.

We wont really know if he is fighting for pride or money till December. Can he tie Wilder up? Possibly but I dont think so.
Report superjudge November 1, 2018 9:52 PM GMT
dont agree whisper stick with your own judgement and iam with you i think hes useless.decent head movement and feck all else.
Report SontaranStratagem November 6, 2018 8:41 PM GMT

Oct 3, 2018 -- 11:05AM, bardo wrote:


There isnt a hope in hell that Fury can ever beat Deontay Wilder.. for me the bet of the year is Wilder to win by KO.. still available at 11/8Fury is an absolute bum.. got lucky V Klitcshko and has been dining out on that ever since..


I would have argued that right after the fight but the way he pulled out of the next 2 fights proved to me he knew he wasn't gonna get away with it twice, he doesn't have the power to ko top rank fighters imo

Wilder only needs to tag him once and its probably lights out, Wilder will be watching that Klitchko fight and will know he only needs to hit big once and its lights out

Report Captain carnage November 9, 2018 11:49 PM GMT
Not much reasoned argument as normal.

Fury has got excellent feet and lateral movement for a giant heavyweight. He has good punch variety but almost certainly lacks the power to KO the major heavyweights and his time out of the ring and ballooning in weight is a HUGE negative. There is nil chance he is close to the mental and physical specimen he was v Klitchko where he got a close decision in a dire contest.

Wilder is the complete opposite. Huge power and a desparately poor technical boxer. He is constantly off balance, throws looping wild punches,
doesn't set his feet and should be easily countered by high class operators.

I find it v hard to make a case for Fury in this fight but if going headown on Wilder is could be a nasty sweat as he blunders his way to an eventual stoppage.
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