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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, 12:42 PM   #46
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Price would hammer Fury in 4 rounds, Fury is chinny, Price has ridiculously heavy hands as well as superior boxing ability

In fact, Fury would be lucky to see out 4 rounds if im being completely honest
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Old 10-14-2012, 12:44 PM   #47
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Price vs Harrison = Fury vs Maddalone.

Honestly, this fight told us nothing about price we dont already know.

Fury and Price are both good prospects, whatever you think of either of them.
Would be good to see them in the ring together, but im not sure we will.

For what its worth, I think Fury would probably out box price to a UD.
How exactly would he outbox someone who is a superior boxer?
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Old 10-14-2012, 12:45 PM   #48
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pickem fight not sure how either would respond to each others power, if price's power is the stuff of legends as they say it is. fury will go down.
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Old 10-14-2012, 12:46 PM   #49
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How exactly would he outbox someone who is a superior boxer?
Just my opinion, but I think Fury has better skills and movement.
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Old 10-14-2012, 12:47 PM   #50
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Everyones opinion is based on Fury being a cunt and having a big mouth!! Everyone wants him beat......
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Old 10-14-2012, 12:48 PM   #51
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Just my opinion, but I think Fury has better skills and movement.
he has, hes much lighter on his feet... he moves like a lightweight
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Old 10-14-2012, 12:49 PM   #52
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Moves like a lightweight? Better skills than Price? ****ing hell.
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Old 10-14-2012, 12:54 PM   #53
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Just dont see him being outboxing Fury.

Not sure about he moves like a lightweight though.
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Old 10-14-2012, 12:56 PM   #54
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He could easily outbox Fury, Fury is hardly a master boxer. Price is much better schooled. He also hits harder and with Fury's lack of defence and propensity to get stuck on his arse and buzzed by relative non-punchers that really doesn't bode well for him. The only real unknown in this is Price's chin, which hasn't really been tested as a pro, but Fury isn't really a banger and Price's defence is good and he controls the distance so well that even if his chin is made of biscuit i'd still make him the favourite.
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Picking Fury to win because he is shit enough to get dropped and hurt, or be given a bit of a lesson in the case of McDermott I, but still somehow win is terrible logic. Terrible, terrible reasoning. They've fought a similar standard of opposition and Price has been completely dominant. Fury has been badly dropped by a non-puncher and looked capable of losing to fringe domestic level talents on more than one occasion, and i say that as someone who actually quite likes Tyson Fury. Ability-wise, Price is on a different level to Fury and he'd knock him out pretty harshly and probably not that late in the fight.


I don't see how Price not yet having faced adversity is a reason to back Fury. Rather, his impressive way of demolishing these domestic level fighters in comparison to Fury's struggles is a positive for Price.

He's simply a better skilled and harder punching fighter than Fury. Tyson's mouth makes it more exciting and interesting for us fans but I don't really see it being much of a contest.
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Old 10-14-2012, 01:04 PM   #56
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Price via murder
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I remember hyping big Pricey on here a while back as a future star of British Boxing, he's building a big following, 9,000 fans for a British title fight is some going, the atmosphere was electric.

People laughed at me and a few other Scouse lads who were touting David, saying Price wouldn't even reach domestic level because of the manner in which he lost to Camarelle.

He's looking exceptional of late, all be it against Domestic opposition, after Skelton he has to step it up, Pulev would be a great test.
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I remember hyping big Pricey on here a while back as a future star of British Boxing, he's building a big following, 9,000 fans for a British title fight is some going, the atmosphere was electric.

People laughed at me and a few other Scouse lads who were touting David, saying Price wouldn't even reach domestic level because of the manner in which he lost to Camarelle.

He's looking exceptional of late, all be it against Domestic opposition, after Skelton he has to step it up, Pulev would be a great test.

I believe many people knew this and felt the same and were equally annoyed at him being overlooked and disregarded. Pigs.
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Old 10-14-2012, 03:27 PM   #59
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David Price would stop Fury. Price hits very, very hard and Fury has poor defence.
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I believe many people knew this and felt the same and were equally annoyed at him being overlooked and disregarded. Pigs.
Yes, I wasn't indicating that I was the only one pal, but 90% of the forums thought he was shit.
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