Does Fury Always Defeat Klitschko??

Discussion in 'Classic Boxing Forum' started by Fergy, Dec 8, 2020.

Does Tyson Fury always beat W Klitschko?

  1. No, prime Wlad wins

    40.0%
  2. Yes, Fury could alway find a way to beat him.

    34.0%
  3. Not sure.

    26.0%
  1. Fergy

    Fergy Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    That's fair enough, I respect your opinion. Out of curiosity, how do you see a Prime Wlad facing Fury?
     
  2. Gudetama

    Gudetama Active Member Full Member

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    I voted "Not sure", but I meant, "Not sure *yet". Furthermore, I'm not sure I'll even be sure after the Joshua fight, if it happens, as I don't know if there will be any late up-and-comers to make me sure.
    So, basically, I'm sitting on a fence, which is itself built upon a fence.
    It's uncomfortable up here.
    I can't see sure upon the see-saw.
     
  3. dinovelvet

    dinovelvet Antifanboi Full Member

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    Your excuses are laughable. Not even Wilder or his fans would crate such pityfull excuses.
    If you watched the ring walk you will see a happy cheerful Hayden wave a little Ukrainian flag next to Vitalis wife.

    You want another excuse? Paris Fury gave tyson a bombshell revealation that she was preggerz on fight week. She had previously miscarried. That must have put the weigh of the world on Furys shoulders. He still won.
    Can you see had sad and pathetic your excuses are now? Sap
     
  4. BCS8

    BCS8 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    No it was wider than that. Rounds wise it was more like 8-4 to Fury. But my point is that the rounds were not won by a long way. It was literally a couple of punches. A dominant performance is where you look at it and can't really see how the other guy can improve to win. I can totally see even that old version of Klitschko improve drastically on his performance. Case in point, by the last round where he knew he'd blown it, Wlad opened up the taps and Fury looked far from comfortable.
     
  5. BCS8

    BCS8 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Agree completely.

    Dino mentioning that Wlad's wife seemed happy completely ignores the vast pharmaceutical industry which is dedicated to changing people's moods.
     
  6. destruction

    destruction Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    You dont know what was going on with Hayden. She is an actress, of course she was smiling and playing the happy wife in the crowd.

    You are bitter because the facts around Wlad's unstable personal life at the time, take away from your boys win. No one is disputing that it is a very good win, but we do need to put some context to it.

    A 39 year old shot HW who was ****ed in the head at the time due to being a relationship with a BPD woman.

    Do you know what a nightmare a BPD woman is?
     
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  7. destruction

    destruction Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    A Prime Wlad wins a decision over any version of Fury in my view.

    I think Fury met him at the right time, at the end of his career.

    No one here is going to dispute that Wlad would have beaten the Fury that beat Cunningham, Pajkic, Rogan or Firtha. He got dropped in 3 of those fights.

    Or that Wlad would have beaten the Fury that beat Seferi or Schwarz.

    Picking one of the worst 2-3 versions of Wlad and putting him up against the best version of Fury does of course result in a Fury win.
     
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  8. JohnThomas1

    JohnThomas1 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Fury took more than 2 1/2 years off with drug addictions and the like and tried his best to impersonate a whale.

    Wilder was his third fight back. Little wonder he struggled somewhat. Three fights later he made Wilder look like an absolute nothing. The first fight with Wilder and guessing how Wilder might go against Wlad has nothing to do with the best of Wlad vs the best of Fury.
     
  9. JohnThomas1

    JohnThomas1 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    I'd be inclined to favor Fury. His style is well suited to fighting Wlad and he is so much looser and less robotic.
     
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  10. George Crowcroft

    George Crowcroft 'Snarky Little Gobshite' - IntentionalButt Full Member

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    There's a long way between a dominant win, and 'barely beating'. Fury, even on a closer card than most like your own, won double the rounds Wlad did. That's definitely not barely beating.
     
  11. The Slaps

    The Slaps Win or lose, as long as you get the decision Full Member

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    I didn't bring up the comparison.
     
  12. JohnThomas1

    JohnThomas1 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    You placed plenty of significance on Wilder - Fury 1 and Wlad supposedly doing better .
     
  13. dinovelvet

    dinovelvet Antifanboi Full Member

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  14. The Slaps

    The Slaps Win or lose, as long as you get the decision Full Member

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    I quoted someone else, I was answering what they said as they originally put signifance in to using Wilder as a bench mark. It's all subjective anyway, it's a fantasy match up, it can never happen, so we can make any comparison we want, being somewhat logical helps. And I believe in my own personal opinion made from watching nearly every Wlad and Fury fight that Wlad even with his cardboard chin will have the edge over Fury, prime vs prime. Although we might not of had prime Fury yet as he is improving with every fight. In truth Fury was playing with Wilder in the first fight, he was clowning around making a mockery of Wilder and nearly got caught for it. 2nd fight it was business as usual.
     
  15. BCS8

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    Yeah, ok, you're not listening to what I'm saying.
     
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