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Old 01-27-2013, 05:14 PM   #16
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No way Fury outboxes Price, Price is has far superior technical skills. Fury would have a chance of knocking him out though.
Price can't fight inside, Fury can.

Price can't fight on the backfoot, Fury can.

Fury throws the better combo's, has shown toughness, heart and stamina. Price may well have toughness heart and stamina, but he hasn't shown them yet.

Price has more power I'll give you that.

Also, Fury is younger with more experience as a pro.
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Old 01-27-2013, 06:38 PM   #17
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Fury will stop him inside 8 rounds, Steve's a classy boxer but Fury has it all going for him in the fight and can't see Cunningham dealing with the physical side of fight because Fury will be physical he's good at that.
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Old 01-27-2013, 06:52 PM   #18
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Price can't fight inside, Fury can.

Price can't fight on the backfoot, Fury can.

Fury throws the better combo's, has shown toughness, heart and stamina. Price may well have toughness heart and stamina, but he hasn't shown them yet.

Price has more power I'll give you that.

Also, Fury is younger with more experience as a pro.

Fury lack of am experience is obvious he leaves himself open to counters.
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Old 01-27-2013, 08:02 PM   #19
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Fury lack of am experience is obvious he leaves himself open to counters.
A V good counter puncher in Johnson couldn't land anything.
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Old 01-27-2013, 08:16 PM   #20
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reason i like this fight is because USS will be comin to win he's no Kevin Johnson the guy has heart
even tho Fury will ko him Cunningham will be givin it his all, had enough of these Audley Harrison and Tony Thompson type fights
Don't see a problem with Tony Thompson, agree with the rest of your post though.
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Old 01-27-2013, 08:22 PM   #21
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People use Johnson's so called lack of heart to discredit Fury's performance .. he'd only been shut out by Vitali and beaten in prize fighter prior ... Fury made him look shit,Johnson would have failed no matter how hard he'd of tried,Fury was good on the night,too good for Johnson.
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Old 01-27-2013, 08:32 PM   #22
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People use Johnson's so called lack of heart to discredit Fury's performance .. he'd only been shut out by Vitali and beaten in prize fighter prior ... Fury made him look shit,Johnson would have failed no matter how hard he'd of tried,Fury was good on the night,too good for Johnson.
I agree. Some fans think boring fighters are rubbish fighters.
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Old 01-27-2013, 09:05 PM   #23
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Price can't fight inside, Fury can.

Price can't fight on the backfoot, Fury can.

Fury throws the better combo's, has shown toughness, heart and stamina. Price may well have toughness heart and stamina, but he hasn't shown them yet.

Price has more power I'll give you that.

Also, Fury is younger with more experience as a pro.
On the flip side:

Fury has been put down and hurt by fighters who have no business doing that to him.

Fury has lost, Price hasn't.

Price always comes in shape. Fury doesn't.

Price is destroying guys. Fury isn't.

Price has an Olympic medal. Fury hasn't.

Fury vacated when Price became his mandatory.
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Old 01-27-2013, 09:08 PM   #24
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A V good counter puncher in Johnson couldn't land anything.
No disrespect but who has Johnson ever beaten? He had little notice or ambition really. Its a good win for Fury but considering the circumstances its not really a fantastic achievement is it?
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Old 01-27-2013, 09:17 PM   #25
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Don't see a problem with Tony Thompson, agree with the rest of your post though.
hes some old man fightin for paydays
he will come just to survive against Price
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Old 01-27-2013, 09:21 PM   #26
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On the flip side:

Fury has been put down and hurt by fighters who have no business doing that to him.

Fury has lost, Price hasn't.

Price always comes in shape. Fury doesn't.

Price is destroying guys. Fury isn't.

Price has an Olympic medal. Fury hasn't.

Fury vacated when Price became his mandatory.
Fury has been put down, but it is clearer that he wasn't on his best form in those fights.

Technically he haasn't lost.

Fury was in great shape and has gone twelve rounds twice fighting at a good pace.

Fury has fought better competition than Price.

Pro fighting is different to ams (Price was stopped as an am.)

Fury did vacate his title, but wasn't that like a month after his son was seriously ill?
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Old 01-27-2013, 09:41 PM   #27
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Fury has been put down, but it is clearer that he wasn't on his best form in those fights. Irrelevant.

Technically he haasn't lost. Technically doesn't come into it. He was clearly beaten and looked in more trouble during that fight than any of Price's fights.

Fury was in great shape and has gone twelve rounds twice fighting at a good pace. He's been in 'great shape' what, twice? Price is always in great shape.

Fury has fought better competition than Price. Fury has been beaten and dropped by worse competition than Price has faced.

Pro fighting is different to ams (Price was stopped as an am.) I know. Price hasn't been hurt as a pro, Fury has. They have a common opponent here too

Fury did vacate his title, but wasn't that like a month after his son was seriously ill? I won't fall for that.
Again no disrepect but I get the sense that you think it'd be a walk in the park for Fury. I'm not a big fan of either but can't see how anyone can argue anything but a close fight.
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Old 01-27-2013, 09:49 PM   #28
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Again no disrepect but I get the sense that you think it'd be a walk in the park for Fury. I'm not a big fan of either but can't see how anyone can argue anything but a close fight.
None taken. I don't think it's an easy fight, I think Fury gets a mid-late stoppage, but he will have to overcome some tense early rounds. The KO prediction is no disrespect to Price, KO's just happen regulary in HW boxing.

I have no bias with these two fighters, I'm a big fan of them both and have been to three of Price's fights (none of Fury's.)
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Old 01-27-2013, 09:55 PM   #29
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Technically doesn't come into it. He was clearly beaten and looked in more trouble during that fight than any of Price's fights - Fair enough, although I haven't seen the full 1st fight with JM, Fury was a seven fight novice then.

Irrelevant - The point I made wasn't irrelevent, Fury was KD when not focussed for a fight and in bad shape.

He's been in 'great shape' what, twice? Price is always in great shape - You don't have to have a chizzled looking six pack to be in great shape, look at the FACTs - Fury has gone twelve hard rounds, on two occasions. We haven't seen Price go past six.

Fury has been beaten and dropped by worse competition than Price has faced - See point two. Johnson is Fury's best opponent to date and couldn't get anywhere near him.

I know. Price hasn't been hurt as a pro, Fury has. They have a common opponent here too - True, but Price hasn't fought the competition that Fury has, and they fought Big John at different stages of their careers.

I won't fall for that - Seems like a good enough reason for not wanting to jump into a dangerous fight to me.
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Old 01-28-2013, 02:41 AM   #30
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Me thinks Fury kicky Cunningham's arse!
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