Can you imagine Tyson Fury vs AJ in press conferences

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  1. Jurgen

    Jurgen Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Wlad and Povetkin old men and Paint Dry Parker simply awful - the CV of Tony Dosh PPV is full of puddings and his best win looks like it was an unfit Dullian Whyte to me.

    The Pride of Burger King brutally exposed a limited fighter with zero punch resistance, very poor stamina and a small heart when it got tough. People will roar he got back up at Wembley against a rusty old robot but the proof is in eating the pudding - the pudding ate him.
     
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    Awful awful take. Zero punch resistance? If he didn’t have any punch resistance then how did he take that punishment from Wlad in rounds 5 and 6? If he didn’t have any heart then why has he gotten up from every single knock down. Pipe down. I cringe when couch potatoes unfairly question the heart of pro boxers.
     
  3. Wig

    Wig Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Yep arguably Joshua’s best win was the fat out of shape novice one armed version of dillian Whyteleafe who buzzed him and made him do the stiff robot dance.
    Shot old Alec povetkin is a terrible win, as is going life and death with the shot old retired grey haired saggy backed winless in three years coming off a loss never fought again WLAD. Hughie fury beat Samuel Peter too. So what. Joshuas cv is chock full of division two scrubs, he DUCKED wilder who at the time fury was MIA was the consensus other number two in the division. Then he gets bounced around the ring by a grinning little fat Mexican and QUITS. Then he runs like a scared rabbit in the rematch.

    The same obese little Mexican fella who already lost to joey twelve parker, who lost to prime Dillian Whyteleafe, who went life and death with shot to pieces old delboy chisora. Prime delboy was schooled twice by a green tyson fury.
     
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  4. Jurgen

    Jurgen Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Battered all over New York by a totally out of shape little fatty with a best win against Kevin Queenpin Johnson - think you need to watch a replay of the fight on 1 June 2019.

    There are two very good reasons Eh Day carefully matches Tony Dosh PPV against old, small or fat deluxe puddings:

    1. To convince the PPV mugths into thinking they are watching the greatest and screw £24.99 out of them twice per year.
    2. To hide the fact that he is more limited than Wilder with his zero punch resistance, poor stamina and weak heart.

    A real champion does not make excuses to duck fights including money.

    The real Champion chases the big fights, fights away from home, takes on the most dangerous opponents in their prime - the real Champion is Tyson Fury until defeated.
     
  5. channy

    channy Boxing Addict Full Member

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    He took that from Wlad because he didn't know any better and got through it.

    Now he looks at himself and knows that can happen to him at any time, and has done for a while now.

    In one word Wlad "Exposed" him.

    And he has not been the same since.
     
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  6. Jurgen

    Jurgen Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Imagine Wilder landing one on Tony Dosh PPV - he would wake up in a different time zone.
     
  7. channy

    channy Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Now that would be worth an extra add on!!
     
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  8. Wig

    Wig Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Aj was known as “the chinny robot” for a reason by those with an acute boxing eye long before he went life and death with the retired old grey haired ghost of shot to pieces WLAD.
     
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  9. EJC83

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    I have to say that I wouldn't really call the Vlad fight a life and death one. Joshua was comfortably up on the scorecards, had scored multiple knockdowns and just had a very big wobble halfway through the fight and rode his luck.

    I still think that win has to be respected. Imagine the names Tommy Morrison would have been called if he was 30 years younger.
     
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    EJC83 Active Member Full Member

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    Whilst I agree with you it's worth remembering that Fury looked at Ustinov and said that he was going to punch his big fat head in. I'm still waiting.
     
  11. Wig

    Wig Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Ustinov is forty odd years old and has lost his last three fights, why would Fury fight that guy? sounds like a potential AJ opponent though ticks a fair few boxes
     
  12. DirtyOldTown

    DirtyOldTown Well-Known Member Full Member

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    He's quit once against Ruiz.

    Quit once and you'll do it again, this is much worse than being chinny. Imagine Fury standing there waiting for the ref to stop him and then doing the old pretend "nooooooo".
     
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  13. channy

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    He didn't quit against Wlad and that is my point, he carried on and fought through it, yet it left him with doubts about himself.

    He fights now like he is scared of himself...
     
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  14. EJC83

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    6 years ago is what I'm referring to, he said he'd punch Ustinov in his fat head, then pulled out for a reason many don't believe was the real reason behind it. One thing I took from that was that the Tyson of then wasn't so sure of himself back then and used his talking skills to get in opponents heads, he couldn't do that with Ustinov, right up until the pull out he was failing. Obviously now Fury wipes the floor with him but he never did what he said he was going to do.
     
  15. FuryFTW

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    Spot on, he's been absolutely exposed and shown up

    The fact he even has the belts is because Ruiz is a disgrace with an eating disorder and that is the only reason.

    Honestly Pulev is ****ing trash but I would not be at all surprise if he lays Joshua flat on his back, as soon as punches come towards AJ he will be like a 'nam veteran having flashbacks of ****ing jabba the hut beating the **** out of him, he's a Finished fighter as far as I'm concerned. He's Amir Khan post lamont petersen.

    I don't like the man
     
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