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 shite.
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.