Re: Is anyone else frustrated with Fury's career?
First fight I saw was the McDermott fight and I found it funny when he had become a contender years later but hes improved. REgardless of how you see him as a fighter he's pure comedy value and seems like a decent bloke when he doesn't talk ****e.
As everyone said hes 24 with limited AM experience and has made decent progress, what he needs is to keep getting guys in who will test a different aspect of his game. Cunningham is a good boxer so I'm not going to complain too much although it is not a good fight considering the size difference and Cunninghams punch resistance. Maybe next get a less skilled but real hungry fighter to push him not just go through the motions.