Originally Posted by Ringmaster
Of course Tyson Fury did well, but not against a recognised world class heavyweight.
Cunningham is not recognised for his punching power but yet he managed to knock down Fury and had him worried on a couple of occasions.
My concern for Fury would be how he would fair against a recognised punching world class heavyweight - look at Fury's record, very very carefully matched.
Well, Fury has improved and might improve some more.
Of course there are fighters out there who would probably KO Fury.
Fury at least shows heart and toughness, and came back well from the KD.
Haye v Fury for example is a clear cut result in my view.
Yeah, Haye ought to exploit those openings and knock Fury out, going off of their recent form.
But then I wouldn't completely write off Fury either. Haye's been mostly protected at heavyweight too. Haye hasn't fought many young/hungry HWs has he ?
I doubt Fury beats Pulev anyway.