…….Damn, misread the thread.
Thought it said ‘Wilder says, he’s a hell of a farmer’.
As I'm English, l want Joyce to win.
Everyone loves the Kiwis though don't they !? Nice people, so wouldn't be too down if Parker nicked it.
Should be a Wilder win. However, if Helenius manages to catch Wilder, will the memories of his beatings by Fury come flooding back ?...
He was from Chicago. Until Sibson beat him, he was considered to be a real prospect, he was something like 25-0. It was thought by many fighting...
Some great stories here. I followed Sibbo a fair bit in the ‘80s.
Saw him fight in London many times. His fight v Mark Kaylor is a stand out. Sold...
Frankie Lucas v Tony Sibson.
Sibson v Alan Minter.
Interesting, How ?
Usyk within 5.
Yep. Much more terrifying than fighting the Russian army, yer boring troll.
Usyk deserves a break, as previously said, he’s hardly had a ‘normal’ year.
Fury isn’t exactly the ‘fighting man’ he claims to be…….. 8 fights...
Hagler v Sibson.
Obviously you have issues with Joshua & a love for Fury. I personally aren't a fan of either, or the HW division in general as they are too...
This has every chance of being a carbon copy of Hagler v Hearns.
I favour the more rounded Hearns to beat Benn inside 5.
AJ has 5/6 rounds to stop Usyk, otherwise it’s a repeat of the first fight, possibly late Usyk stoppage.
It should definitely mean something, although probably meant more historically.
When there were nowhere near the amount of belts as there are now,...
Lewis surely wins this.
Fury could, probably would cause Lennox a few awkward moments, purely due to his size.
Lewis by late KO.
If he/she ducks the best challengers, that champion probably will never be seen as a great, or anything other than someone that takes the easier...
He would struggle.
Personally, l think the Heavyweight division hasn't been great for a while now.
He gets a lot of negative posts, but has fought...
Unless Hearns wins early (which is definitely possible), it's Bivol with a 8/10 stoppage. So I'm split !
Fury v Tyson
Hagler v Monzon
Calzaghe v Canelo
Holyfield v Usyk
Ali v Tyson
Chavez v Azumah Nelson
Cerdan v virtually anyone !
Fury wasn’t impressive because he wasn’t motivated.
Wilder was at his best, still limited, but showed heart.
It isn’t difficult to breakdown.
It must be incredibly tough starting out, having to train, fight at regular intervals, probably whilst holding down a full time job. That is a...
Mike Tyson & Tyson Fury.
Hagler & Monzon
Duran & Leonard
Tony Sibson v Frankie Lucas.
……..’and here comes the new British Middleweight Champion !’
Great story. I was a huge Sibson fan.
Saw him live many times, missed the early part of his career, (a bit too young !) but always had a distant...