Fury’s next fight

Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by Scissors, Jun 16, 2019.



  1. Scissors

    Scissors Up the reds Full Member

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    October 5th Arum says and highly possible it’s at MSG.

    Arum has held talks with Miller all week too, Surely this isn’t related, he couldn’t could be?

    I still think it will be Trevor Bryan.

    Who’ve you got?
     
  2. yesihavearm2

    yesihavearm2 ESB Chinchecker Full Member

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    The front page says it maybe Pulev, would love that fight
     
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  3. ButeTheBeast

    ButeTheBeast Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Why? Pulev is mandatory for the IBF.
     
  4. Scissors

    Scissors Up the reds Full Member

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    Ruiz is tied up with a Joshua rematch then a possible trilogy? Or if not should Ruiz win would the IBF would grant him a voluntary first?

    Fury would be a big money alternative for Pulev and soon too, with him being no spring chicken I wouldn’t rule it out.
     
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  5. londonboxingess

    londonboxingess Member Full Member

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    If the Wilder rematch is the fight after, they won't risk it that much surely
     
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  6. destruction

    destruction Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    As Wilder is happening in 2020 and AJ/Ruiz is likely to be a rematch that leaves 3 names for me

    Whyte
    Usyk
    Joyce

    Anything else is a **** take
     
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  7. CutThroatFade

    CutThroatFade Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I’d like to see Wadi Camacho or Mike Perez. I want to see Fury do a demolition job on a Cruiserweight, Cunningham style.
     
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  8. mark ant

    mark ant Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Probably me the guys full of crap:
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  9. mark ant

    mark ant Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Ortiz, Povetkin and Parker are far better than Joyce, his slow hands wouldn`t touch Fury all night.
     
  10. Wig

    Wig Boxing Addict booted Full Member

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    It’ll be someone the yanks have heard of. I’m thinking a fast Eddie chambers chris arreola type name

    Nobody with espn will have heard of Dillian whyteleafe, Parker is with the zone - don’t know if the yanks have heard of shot old midget Alec povetkin is he still even fighting?
     
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  11. anjawnaymiz

    anjawnaymiz Get outta my pub you slags!!! Full Member

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    I’m going for Trevor Bryan
     
  12. Heisenberg

    Heisenberg Active Member Full Member

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    Pulev could have some competitive rounds but would starting ageing badly after 5 or 6 and Fury would retire him late or win a clear UD.

    Still think Fury’s team will play it much safer than Pulev though and that Pulev’s team will just prefer to wait another 18 months for his IBF mandatory cash out.
     
  13. 305th

    305th "Do me a favour" booted Full Member

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    Assuming Wilder beats Oritz handily and in fairly emphatic fashion which he should, in reality Fury doesn't need a particularly dangerous opponent next and frankly I'd be amazed if he does.
     
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  14. pow

    pow Well-Known Member Full Member

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    It wont be Chambers. Arreola is a good shout and is on a good run. PBC fighter though and Al' might be saving him.


    Usyk is a Matchroom fighter and he wont fight Whyte unless it's called by the WBO for the title. Very surprised if it is Joyce as he is a friend of Fury.
     
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  15. Crixus139

    Crixus139 Member Full Member

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    What's a joke? Boxing is a business. Tyson has just proved he is the most skillful by far. Such talent. And his profile is growing.

    Whyte no chance. Though i would like to see it. Whyte ironically would price himself with delusions of 50/ 50.
    Usyk absolutely no chance. This is the only guy that could make Tyson look bad going into a 'big' title fight. I still think Tyson wins but wont do his profile any good so completely needless.
    Joyce? Joyce will not want this fight.

    Tyson's promoter(s) will pick a guy perceived slightly better than Tom Schwartz for the crowd (and sell) and with this fight Tyson will have completed his comeback. physically, mentally and technically. Makes perfect sense to me. From where he has come from it is just impossible to rush a peak any quicker.

    Tyson takes calculated risks. Fighting Wilder when undercooked was a huge risk. Fighter Wilder with hands behind his back trying to entertain the crowd even more risk (but necessary to please the crowd with the promise of future £££). He backed his talent and it has paid off.

    Imagine if Tyson just decides for one fight to win at no costs i..e no ropey dope and hands up. Would not be as entertaining but prob worth it for a career defining fight.

    Boxing is a joke :)