Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Alphafighter, Jun 10, 2019.
No, he was having fun at the expense of those who are so full of hate for him, that they can't help but bite (that's you)
I hate him? Boy you like to assume alot huh tell me more about my life
As uninterested as I am, do tell me, don't you hate him? Would you say you're a fan?
I never once mentioned Carlos Takam so don't know what you are on about.
And Haye fought more defensively and differently against Wlad than in his other fights. He used just as much movement, if not more than Bryant Jennings did against Wlad but with much more speed.
You don't get to tell me Jennings fought differently against Wlad but somehow Haye fought the same as he usually does, when that's patently false
Wlad averaged no more than 3 clinches per round against Chambers . So that's perfectly legal and within the rules as it's not excessive. At any rate, a faster moving Chambers failed to win a single round against prume Wlad compared to Jennings against shot Wlad.
what is so bizarre about saying it wasn't a one sided beat down? he won the fight but this wasn't the beat down Fury claims imo.
Not everything has to be a slugfest. To outpoint and win a decision over Klitishko on his turf when he is the reigning champion with 20 plus title defences takes some quality
I agree, not every win is a beat down either, which is what Fury tries claiming this was. It was a decent win, I just find it funny whenTyson acts like he beat the living crap out of Wlad, he landed about 10 punches, the rest was spoiling tactics.
Agree with this.