Does ESPN regret wasting money on Fury yet?

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  1. Camaris

    Camaris Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I think this is accurate, and I think Fury is a great guy. The two things are compatible imo.
     
  2. Sephiroth Rising 7

    Sephiroth Rising 7 'No tears please!' booted Full Member

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    Again more trash that has nothing to do with the topic.

    Keep sucking Fury's balls in the little bubble that is in the British forum which you seem to think you are the big daddy of.

    Go and attend one of Fury's sob story tours and stand at the front of the line then ask security if you can sit in between his legs on stage while he tells you he's the gyspy kind and lineal champion since John O'Sullivan. You never know you might get some inspiration to lose those ***** tits of yours, once he tells everyone for the 1000th time that he lost over 100lbs and was once depressed.

    As for the the general forum, how would you know what goes on there since you can't even post there, because all you know about regarding boxing is Tyson Fury.

    Just another Aydam obsessed fanatic who loses their mind if someone criticizes their hero.

    As for the alleged rubbish being spouted, prove me wrong. You know you can't that's why you had to drag the discussion down into personal jibes about little men, internet egos and being a clown.

    P.S Yes Wallin beat Fury, since he sliced his face wide open and many agree that had it not been a Bob Arum event the fight would have rightly been stopped due to the cut, meaning a loss for your boy.
     
  3. Sephiroth Rising 7

    Sephiroth Rising 7 'No tears please!' booted Full Member

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    Of course it's accurate since those the facts which can't be disputed.
     
  4. Hattonmad

    Hattonmad Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I don't post on the general forum because it's awash with nuts like you.

    I've stopped replying to you about boxing because when you're shown up as wrong, you'll just make things up. "Fury was roided up beating a 40 year old" "Wilder knocked Fury out" "Wallin beat Fury" - embarrasing stuff man.

    I'm a huge boxing fan actually. Watch every card I can. Enjoy boxing at any weight. Post about all up and coming fights in Britain and abroad. However, as a fan of Fury, I take enjoyment out of showing up haters like yourself.

    Your obsessive hatred simply justifies hus status as the no.1 heavyweight in the world. That's the irony and hilarity of your existence.
     
  5. Sephiroth Rising 7

    Sephiroth Rising 7 'No tears please!' booted Full Member

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    Every single point I've made here in this thread, can be substantiated. So I don't know how you can claim facts are embarrassing. Most certaint for fanboys it will be embarrassing for it destroys myths but for the impartial boxing fans its always an eye opener towards the truth

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    Let's not forget that Fury miraculously looked the slimmest and toned he had ever looked in his career against Wlad.

    Remember he was caught taking Nandrolone in Febuary 2015. He fought Kltischko in June. That' would have been 4 months since his last cycle before he was caught cheating.

    As for being knocked out. Fury said he was fast asleep and didn't know where he was. That means he was unconscious. And he didn't get that way by himself. That was the result of a punch which sent him to sleep like that. That's called knocking someone out in the real world.

    As for Wallin, he inflicted a cut which caused excessive bleeding which placed Fury's eyesight at risk. Fights are routinely stopped when the blood begins leaking into the fighter's eye and impairs their vision, which is what was happening to your boy.

    However conveniently the referee ignored all of that alongside the ring Dr (who by the way was asking if Fury wanted to continue to on) when he shouldn't be asking that question when assessing a cut. His responsibility was strictly to carrying out a physical assessment on the eye and make judgement on his own back on whether it would be medically safe for him to continue without risk of the cut getting worse (which it did). Not placing the decision back in Fury's hands.

    You only have toook back at the Lewis Vitali fight and the Vitali is screaming at the ring dr that he wants to continue and the dr ignore's his pleas because he knew his job as an impartial and professional job, was not to be influenced by the fighter's demands.
     
  6. Hattonmad

    Hattonmad Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Fury was as flabby as ever v Wlad you complete moron. More made up rubbish from you.

    Newsflash: The Wallin fight wasn't stopped and Fury battered him for most of the fight despite the horrific cut.

    But please, continue to spend hours manipulating facts and I'll continue rubbishing them in seconds.
     
  7. Sephiroth Rising 7

    Sephiroth Rising 7 'No tears please!' booted Full Member

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    Wrong again.

    Fury came in 2lbs heavier than Klistchko who was 245lbs at the time. Fury weighed 247lbs.

    Fury has never been lighter in any fight in his career.

    Those are facts.

    Again just goes to show you have no argument besides petty insults.

    As for Wallin fight, he almost knocked Fury out in the final round. So he hardly battered him. It was a seesaw back and forth fight where at times both fighters looked to be on the same level.

    The fight should have been stopped and once again Fury was fortunate to be given opportunity by the referee to finish the fight.
     
  8. Jurgen

    Jurgen Boxing Addict Full Member

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    You and Tony Hayers need some therapy - listen to this a few times and chill out FFS

     
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  9. Citizen Smith

    Citizen Smith Active Member Full Member

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    Aye, have a nice dance to that. If you are still het up you can always turn to the Dalek relaxation tape for humans..

     
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  10. Hattonmad

    Hattonmad Well-Known Member Full Member

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    He was visibly flabby v Wlad, just like every other fight of his career. He trained hard and widely won the fight. What are you crying about?

    So Wallin "Almost knocked Fury out in the final round" :D Have you no self awareness? Listen to yourself for two seconds. He landed a nice shot on Fury and Fury visibly felt it. Fury didn't go down, his bloody legs didn't even wobble, yet you say Wallin nearly knocked him out???? You'd be hilarious if you weren't so tragic, bud.

    Fury won a wide decision v Wallin despite being visibly impaired for most of the fight. He battered him for several rounds on the trot and Wallin's corner considered stopping it. Again, why are you crying about it??
     
  11. Hattonmad

    Hattonmad Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Nice video breakdown of Fury's skills and movement that was posted on the general forum. If you can't appreciate the man's tools of the sweet science, you're either extremely stupid or extremely ignorant.
     
  12. NasalSpray

    NasalSpray Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Its funny that people on a boxing forum think they know more about how to make money than an actual multi billion dollar company like ESPN
     
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  13. Scissors

    Scissors Up the reds Full Member

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    Not as much as me regretting opening this thread.
     
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  14. notjustacasual

    notjustacasual Active Member Full Member

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    Hey everyone makes mistakes and Fury is after all an EXPERT con man.
     
  15. ryanm8655

    ryanm8655 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    People need to get a grip.

    Fury doesn’t have an ATG resume at this stage but he has some solid wins as well as a great win over Wlad. Rightfully he should have the win over Wilder too. He clearly rises to the level of his opponent and is capable of beating anyone.

    Head to head he’d be a tricky opponent for any heavyweight in history.

    Yes, some find his style boring but that doesn’t mean he’s not the best heavyweight in the world right now.

    In defence of his style he doesn’t box that way against lesser opponents and at least tries to put on a show. People seem to read too much into those fights and use it as evidence he isn’t that good for some reason...

    It’s frustrating he’s fought 2 relative cans this year but if he fights Wilder next I’ll give him a pass for that.

    Unless he’s slipped massively he beats Wilder again. He’ll be fitter and sharper.
     


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