Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury

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Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury

  1. Deontay Wilder

  2. Tyson Fury

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  1. murat96

    murat96 New Member Full Member

    Jan 12, 2020
    Deontay Wilder vs Tyson öfke
  2. kostya by ko

    kostya by ko Well-Known Member Full Member

    Feb 18, 2005
    I hope it's not another draw.
  3. miniq

    miniq Big Stiff Idiot Full Member

    Oct 23, 2011
    Fury will be in better shape, he won't gas out and be running on empty from round 9 onwards like last time. He will have more power on his shots which will catch Wilder off-guard early.

    Wilder will be 10 pounds heavier but not really any better shape, he will gas out again in round 9 onwards IF he fights at the pace he fought last time, I suspect he will try to fight at a lower pace hiding his offence better

    Fury will win every single round to a dominant 12 rounds decision is what will happen and everyone is going to be butthurt that the fight didn't live up to the hype. Wilder will get desperate late fight though and windmills will be flying which will be the best part of the fight as Fury avoids them all to ooo's and aaaah's of the crowd.

    Another mandated rematch will happen but all interest will be lost at that point, Fury beats him again.

    Wilder's best wins are two not so great wins over 50 year old Luis Ortiz, a man who's best win was Bryant Jennings. He won every round of the last fight before getting turned into ash.

    Fury is going to eat Wilder in this fight, He has the solid mental edge this time. A bit of fear of that weird power Wilder has but fear makes you sharp and ready, anyone who boxes knows this.

    If wilder fights like how he did against Ortiz not throwing any punches looking for 1 shot he is going to beat up badly. Don't sleep on Fury's pop, 260 pound man jabbing you 50 times will mess you up. Wilder's eyes have been known to well up. Fury's cut will be a non factor.

    The funny thing is I think both men fought a great fight in their first fight but both were physically not peak, which is hard to attain. In the rematch I suspect they will both be physically peak...but unable to execute to the level they did in their first fight.

    The number 1 rule in boxing is never give a superior boxer the chance at a rematch. History does not favor the puncher. Fury is not getting caught late like he did first time around, Wilder need to pray he can find him early.
    Last edited: Jan 12, 2020
  4. Faceplant

    Faceplant Lucky Full Member

    Dec 31, 2015
    I think its still to close to call which is unusual for a rematch where almost everyone agreed who won the first fight. If it goes the distance Fury should win at least unofficially, but Wilder has shown that he can perform better in rematches.
  5. POTUS

    POTUS Dwyer Full Member

    Nov 26, 2016
    This guy had another account called Spence fan lol or something
  6. miniq

    miniq Big Stiff Idiot Full Member

    Oct 23, 2011
    Wilder has proven he perform better in rematches?


    Stiverne came horribly out of shape looking for a payday and Wilder broke his hand in the first fight

    Wilder did better against Oritz in their first fight!, he lost every round in the rematch.

    Wilder is a hypejob people have become blinded by his power. Fury is going to play with this dude. The laws of boxing do not change.

    Luis Ortiz is closer to 50 than he is 40, his age is wrong. So wow amazing Wilder's best win is over a 50 year old cuban who loves to stand in the way of his right hand at the end of a fight. No good.
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  7. catchwtboxing

    catchwtboxing Boxing Addict Full Member

    Jul 4, 2014
    Fury will win every round.

    And no, a stoppage is not out of the question. He visibly hurt Wilder a couple of times, and if he is 10% better, it just could happen.
  8. Perkin Warbeck

    Perkin Warbeck Well-Known Member Full Member

    Nov 4, 2017
    Fury is by far the better boxer, and will win the rounds for sure.

    But Fury also has lapses in concentration, and so Wilder may be able to land one of his windmill haymakers and win by KO.

    The judges in Las Vegas are notorious for favoring Haymon's boxers. This time the ref will more likely be on Wilder's side. Jack Reiss favors boxers promoted by his friend Bob Arum as we saw with the long count in the first fight, but most Las Vegas refs like Kenny Bayless, Harvey Dock, and especially Tony Weeks assist the home country boxer over the foreign country boxer.