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View Poll Results: Fury vs. Price
Fury wins by KO/TKO 65 25.49%
Fury wins by decision 15 5.88%
Draw 1 0.39%
Price wins by KO/TKO 170 66.67%
Price wins by decision 4 1.57%
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Old 10-14-2012, 02:14 AM   #16
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Price beats Fury. I'd give anything to see Price knock him spark out.
I agree

However, I like both Fury and Price but realise Fury is so lacking in fundamentals he wont go all the way.
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Old 10-14-2012, 03:03 AM   #17
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Price,and pretty easy with the gobshite Fury ending up legless.Shows a lack of education when he has the neck to call Price a big stiif eeejit.Fun to watch though with some top needle.
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Old 10-14-2012, 03:20 AM   #18
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Against a washed up guy ALL on these forums rubbished every time he got in the ring......now all of a sudden hes some kind of wonderful victory. I like both men, but cant believe the hype price is getting, yes he looks awesome, and yes he has crazy power...........but for me he still has not been tested, fury has, and has beat better men, and lastly he is bigger then price, and can bang himself, hope they both get it on inside a year or so, should be great fun and a mental build up


Where does the theory that fury can bang come from? I keep hearing this but to me he just looks like an 18 stone arm puncher?
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Old 10-14-2012, 03:41 AM   #19
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Price wins, I think it's fair to say that Price is entering his absolute prime, while Fury is still a kid with a few years of development to go.

I keep saying it but I don't want to see this fight just yet, i'm a fan of both guys and I think that both can achieve something in the Division, Price doesn't need Fury right now, and Fury doesn't need a loss.

If they fight it'll be like Groves vs Degale, a fun night but won't do much for the winner and will derail the loser, better to have them go their own ways and meet down the line when the stakes are high.

I'd rather see Price bash up someone like Deontay windmiller or Stiff mitchell on the undercard of a big HBO fight, then on to Povetkin, as for Fury he needs to continue to take small steps, put him in with a Ruslan Chagaev or Thomasz Adamek
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Old 10-14-2012, 04:48 AM   #20
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Price, But it would be a lot closer than some of the people on here think. Price by late Tko/KO or dec. Fury is a good prospect, I don't see why so many people hate him.
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Old 10-14-2012, 04:49 AM   #21
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Price wins, I think it's fair to say that Price is entering his absolute prime, while Fury is still a kid with a few years of development to go.

I keep saying it but I don't want to see this fight just yet, i'm a fan of both guys and I think that both can achieve something in the Division, Price doesn't need Fury right now, and Fury doesn't need a loss.


If they fight it'll be like Groves vs Degale, a fun night but won't do much for the winner and will derail the loser, better to have them go their own ways and meet down the line when the stakes are high.

I'd rather see Price bash up someone like Deontay windmiller or Stiff mitchell on the undercard of a big HBO fight, then on to Povetkin, as for Fury he needs to continue to take small steps, put him in with a Ruslan Chagaev or Thomasz Adamek
Why can't people understand that???

I would love to see Price flatten Wilder, Mitchell or any other worthless bum crushing American HW prospect for that matter.
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Old 10-14-2012, 05:00 AM   #22
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david price would completely brutalise the criminally over rated tyson fury. the only reason fury has even made it as far as he has done thus far is because he continually runs his mouth and has a fanatical gypsy fanbase. lets not forget he got dropped in one punch by a guy who is half the size and nowhere near as talented as price. i think pricey would use the first round to find his range then KO him in round 2 at will. its not even a contest in my opinion. i dont know what planet fury lives on but i recently read a piece on him where he was quoted as saying that in the heavyweight division theres just the klitschkos and him. has he already forgot the fact that he vacated 2 titles to avoid pricey? not to mention effectively gave up his british citizenship and went for irish titles to avoid him. now if thats not ducking i dont know what is. i dont think HE really believes he can last 5 minutes with david price tbh. hes just trying to eak out a few quid while he still can before he gets found out as the talentless hack he is. theres a big difference between being a 6'8" freak and a 6'8" guy who can fight. fury is one and price is the other. pricey will murder fury youd have to be totally clueless to think any other way!!
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Old 10-14-2012, 05:06 AM   #23
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Fury is open to the right hand, Price has a huge right hand its that simple. I saw Skills make some good points but I just don't see Fury being able to do much and I think Furys not that bad at all. Agreed though with whoever said the Chisora win is better than anything Price has done.
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Old 10-14-2012, 05:22 AM   #24
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Price WILL knock Fury out. There is not even a debate about it. You'd have to be an utter fool to think Fury 's going to come onto Price and not get utterly KO'd. I like Fury too. He's a breath of fresh air for Heavyweight Boxing. But he just doesn't have the beard to take massive shots.
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Old 10-14-2012, 05:23 AM   #25
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Price TKO

Fury is so open to the right hand and he has been caught so often. Mcdermott landed loads and that unbeaten canadian Pajic? He got a knock with one, and with the devastation Price carries with his i cannot see any other result that Fury getting knocked out with a straight right.


That being said, they are both good boxes and i dont think Fury gets the credit he deserves sometimes. He is a bit messy but still throws good shots and with good power. I think it will be very close, with those big right hands from Price making the difference. Either way i am ver much looking forward to it.

I hope it happens. But i dont think it will. One of them will get a title shot before it ever happens. Just like Macklin and Barker.
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Old 10-14-2012, 05:24 AM   #26
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Price TKO

Fury is so open to the right hand and he has been caught so often. Mcdermott landed loads and that unbeaten canadian Pajic? He got a knock with one and with the devastation Price carries with his i cannot see any other result that Fury getting knocked out with a straight right.


That being said, they are both good boxes and i dsont think Fury gets the credit he deserves sometimes. He is a bit messy but still throughs good shots and with good power. I think it will be very close with those big right hands from Price making the difference. Either way i am ver much looking forward to it.

I hope it happens. But i dont think it will. One of them will get a title shot before it ever happens. Just like Macklin and Barker.
I can, it's by no means a dead cert.

Fury just needs to make it sloppy early and find out if Price's chin is there or not, if it's not he certainly can win

gun to my head i pick price but it's no means a dead cert imo
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Old 10-14-2012, 05:55 AM   #27
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Price by fairly brutal stoppage. Fury is not difficult to hit and he can be hurt, and by punchers with a fraction of the power that Price carries. Price is hard to catch and controls the distance well and he's technically sound and light years ahead of Fury in that respect. The only area Fury has an advantage is his chin, but he's been decked by a relative non-puncher so it's not like it's made of granite. It'd be entertaining for a few rounds but Price would end up stretching him.
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Old 10-14-2012, 06:18 AM   #28
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We've seen Fury hurt & dropped but he always came back stronger & won. We've seen Fury knackered & hold on to win tough 10/12 round fights. We've seen Fury face real adversity & come through it.

As impressive as Price has looked, we havent seen him do any of the above so right now, I'd pick Tyson to win as he is far more proven & against better opposition.

He also won his belts whilst eating rubbish, on the piss & training in a shed, these days he's in the gym & living right so we can expect more improvements from him.

This is a massive fight & when it happens, it should be for a world title or an important eliminator. A year or two from now & the fight will be worth millions.
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Price would execute him.

I'd always tried to back Fury, but considering that his opponents since Delboy have been bus drivers, and he's been decked hard by one of them, you'd have to go with Price.

I think Fury would have stopped ***ton and Harrison, but would have taken longer and not done it in as impressive fashion either.
I love it when you bring in your trademark 'execute' BB

Totally agree.
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Price wins, I think it's fair to say that Price is entering his absolute prime, while Fury is still a kid with a few years of development to go.

I keep saying it but I don't want to see this fight just yet, i'm a fan of both guys and I think that both can achieve something in the Division, Price doesn't need Fury right now, and Fury doesn't need a loss.

If they fight it'll be like Groves vs Degale, a fun night but won't do much for the winner and will derail the loser, better to have them go their own ways and meet down the line when the stakes are high.

I'd rather see Price bash up someone like Deontay windmiller or Stiff mitchell on the undercard of a big HBO fight, then on to Povetkin, as for Fury he needs to continue to take small steps, put him in with a Ruslan Chagaev or Thomasz Adamek
You've changed your tune a bit Earl
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