Chisora is a dangerous opponent for Fury

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  1. MetalLicker

    MetalLicker Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    As dangerous as a wild dog to an adult lion.
     
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  2. fencik45

    fencik45 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    more like a hamster to a snake.
     
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  3. fencik45

    fencik45 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Pulev should have been the opponent before Chisora 3. Would have done more for Fury's weeeeaaak ass resume.
     
  4. Mitch87

    Mitch87 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    AJ has has beaten half a dozen opponents better any opponent that Wilder has. That's a huge fap in quality in terms of level of opposition beaten between the two. Not forgetting the numerous times Wilder has ducked career high purse offers to fight AJ to then fight low level guys.

    Who has Wallin beaten? Brezeale is his best win (whose best win himself is against Molina) and Wallin has fialed to impress since the Fury, struggling against journeymen.
     
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  5. Kiwi Casual

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    I'd love to see Ruiz splatter Wilder just to see this guy turn around and claim that Ruiz is magically a great win. The mental gymnastics on display here is astounding considering Ruiz would be Wilders greatest win to date.
     
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  6. Ilesey

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  7. Caliboxing

    Caliboxing Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Chisora gets TKO'd this time in this pointless fight.
    Fury will turn it up when C gets tired and stuck on the ropes.
     
  8. Serge

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    On paper Fat Andy, like that other giant penguin Stiverne and to a lesser extent Ortiz, is tailor-made for the Dosser with those slow feet, head which is a magnet for right hands, and short reach of his. Stiverne is basically a large bag of stale sausages. Ortiz is the same but he's a bag of spicy sausages. And Fat Andy is a giant overfed tattooed roast chicken mounted on a two turnip legs.

    Chisora is better than Stiverne and I think he's better than Ortiz too and would knock him out.
     
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  9. Redbeard7

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    All of this is a distraction from the main point, which is that Wilder has never lost to anyone remotely close to Chisora in ability, whereas Joshua has and badly.

    You were the one who said that Breazeale was a "solid fringe contender" on a similar level to Takam, if not better than Takam ("Beating Wlad, Povetkin, Whyte, Parker Brezeale"...) - Oct 2018. You also said that he had a much better "resume" than Wallin and implied that you leaned toward a Breazeale win. Yet Wallin won 9-3 in America and was never in any real trouble. Wallin isn't going to be motivated fighting journeymen for peanuts when the likes of Whyte are avoiding him like the plague so he can fight glorified journeymen like Jermaine Franklin before cashing out.

    AJ's "amazing resume" is a hoax, beyond Wlad it's broadly Chisora-level or below:

    Wlad: schooled by Fury in Germany 17 months prior when he was an active champion

    Povetkin: dropped by David Price the fight prior, older than Ortiz 1
    Ruiz: all of the evidence from mutual opponents (Morales, Liakhovich, Arreola, Ortiz) suggests he's inferior to Wilder and will lose to him
    Whyte: couldn't land a meaningful punch on Fury and got one-shotted, life and death with Chisora x2
    Parker: demolished by Joyce, life and death with Chisora

    Pulev: lost to Chisora
    Takam: lost to Chisora

    Wilder has fought a better opponent than Joshua in Fury x3, Joshua has lost x2 to the only guy he fought who might be on Fury's level.
     
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  10. Gomo

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    I would say I hope chosora lands a punch from the gods and flatten fury. But I really don't want to see them rematch.

    But it would be nice to see del get his hands on a world title after all the wars he's been through. Whatever you think of him I bet he's been in with more top fighters than the current crop combined.
     
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  11. Kiwi Casual

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    You forget to mention that Wilder hasn't won any of his fights against Fury, and after that his best win is Ortiz. Ortiz just lost to Ruiz, and apart from also losing to Wilder his best fight was a win over Jennings.

    If Ruiz was such a "pudding", he should have lost against both Ortiz and AJ. Bar the second AJ fight he didn't lose. So we have AJ and Ortiz wins vs losing to Fury and beating Ortiz. Doesn't take a rocket scientist to see who has the better resume.
     
  12. joebojoejoeson

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    Actually it wouldn't Ortiz is better than Ruiz. Ruiz barely beat a even more faded Ortiz than the one Wilder faced. You know what is even more funny? How Tyson Fury fanboys claim Deontay Wilder is a bum but then turn around and praise Fury for beating Wilder.
     
  13. joebojoejoeson

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    The Ortiz from a few years ago when Wilder faced him was far better than Chisora. A prime Chisora got starched by blown up cruiser weight David Haye for crying out loud. Also is Wilder is so bad then wouldn't that pretty much show how bad Tyson Fury is? Since Wilder and old Wlad are the best fighters Fury beat.
     
  14. joebojoejoeson

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    Who did Joshua beat? Old steroid cheat Alexander Povetkin? Charles Martin? Dillian Whyte? Carols Takam? Neither, Wilder , Fury ect have really fought anybody. That being said Wilder would still knock Joshua out with out any problem.
     
  15. Mitch87

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    Wlad, Povetkin, Whyte, Parker, , Ruiz and Pulev. All are better than anyone Wilder has beaten.