Fury calls Wladimir Klitshko a big sore loser

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  1. Luis Fernando

    Luis Fernando Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Eddie Chambers is faster with superior movement to Bryant Jennings. But Wladimir Klitschko in his prime won every round and KO'ed Chambers.

    Calvin Brock was also superior to Bryant Jennings with far better movement. Again, Wlad had no trouble finding and KO'ing him.

    Same thing Eliseo Castillo. Same thing with David Haye. I can go and on....

    David Haye is significantly faster than Bryant Jennings with far better movement and he couldn't even win a single round against prime Wladimir Klitschko.

    The fact that someone like Bryant Jennings won multiple rounds against Wladimir Klitschko proves he was finished at the elite level.
     
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  2. BCS8

    BCS8 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Correct. At the time I wrote it off to a bad night. But the writing was on the wall.

    You are talking to professional Klitschko haters.
     
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  3. ashishwarrior

    ashishwarrior Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Fury likes playing this mental health card
    but will not accept that at the time fury v vlad was on vlads girl at the time was suffering exactly what tyson claims himself to had gone through
    so he did not beat a fully focused prime vlad
    so which is it Tyson
    as and when then cap fits eh
    Loyal to his wife no
    loyal to mick no
    loyal to channel 5 no
    loyal to family no
    Loyal to f a w n k to then jump on Bob's pay roll taking the shilling from the people he claims run the world lol
    Loyal to the rematch no
    Loyal to his fans no
    loyal to his diamond belt demand lol no


    this fighting man that threw less punches in theses career defining two fights lofl
     
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  4. dinovelvet

    dinovelvet Antifanboi Full Member

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    Chamber wasn't a natural HW and was weighed down by added bulk. He didn't use his legs nearly as much as Jennings did. Jennings was far more athletic than Chambers was. He near shut out Rivias with movement alone.
    Show me footage of Chamber using fleet footed movement around t he ring? I'll wait.

    Wrong! Haye was not a fleet footed mover. He didn't have the footwork or stamina for it. He did hover a bit from side to side which was enough to keep him safe for 12 rounds. That little movement and upper body movement rendered Wlads steel hammers ineffective. Fact!

    The only real movers Wlad faced were TOS , Jennings and Fury. Maybe Igbramov too , but thats another fight where Wlad could barely let his hands go..in his prime!!
    These are all observable facts , not opinions.
    Wlad straggled with decent movers . Its on film. :polutxoso:
     
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  5. dinovelvet

    dinovelvet Antifanboi Full Member

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    Brock was decent but Wlad didn't let his hand go against Brock his until legs were gone. It was an even fight up until Brock was knackered from carrying Wlad on his shoulders.

    Brock, a member of the 2000 United States Olympic boxing team, fought a much better fight than many so-called experts believed he would. Although the smaller man in the ring - the fight program had Brock listed at 6'2" and Klitschko at 6'6" - Brock held his own over the first four rounds and actually fought better against Klitschko than Chris Byrd, who lost his heavyweight to Klitschko in April. When Klitschko challenged Byrd for his title, Byrd was considered the best of the heavyweight title holders.

    Brock proved more difficult to hit than Byrd, who has a reputation as a slick and crafty heavyweight. "The Boxing Banker" fought with a high guard and often blocked or moved out of the way of Klitschko’s offensive bursts. However, Klitschko, over the first four rounds, never really let his hands go. He fought at a measured pace, perhaps trying to avoid what happened to him when he fought Lamon Brewster in April 2004
     
  6. PaddyGarcia

    PaddyGarcia #IrrationalGarcia Full Member

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    Fury can say all he wants. Sure, he won cleanly when he was the underdog but he also pulled out of the rematch and failed a drugs test, so.
     
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  7. ashishwarrior

    ashishwarrior Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    fixed it for you
     
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  8. PaddyGarcia

    PaddyGarcia #IrrationalGarcia Full Member

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    Quite right, forgot it happened twice.
     
  9. PaddyGarcia

    PaddyGarcia #IrrationalGarcia Full Member

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    Ah yes, the fabled 'you got knocked down therefore lost the fight' ruling.
     
  10. KenBoon

    KenBoon The Marquess of Queensbury's proof reader Full Member

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    Not a bad career by any standards.
     
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  12. Heavy_Hitter

    Heavy_Hitter Well-Known Member Full Member

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    That makes me wonder if the rematch with Wilder would ever happen. Fury might just retire as well.
    According to Tyson himself he drinks and parties every day now.
     
  13. Heavy_Hitter

    Heavy_Hitter Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Good point, people who think that Wlad was prime vs Jennings should watch Wlad's fight vs Chambers and look at the left hook he threw in round 12. It was lightning fast and precise. When he was in his late 30s it was telegraphed and slow even in early rounds.
     
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  14. rski

    rski Well-Known Member Full Member

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    he won the fight but he shouldn't make out it was something it wasn't, he didn't beat klitschko down in dominant fashion.
     
  15. lewis gassed

    lewis gassed The Bronze Dosser Full Member

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    Don't forget Wlad got injured in Pulev camp even before Jennings fight and had to postpone it.

    That's a sign of an older fighter who can't even make it thru training camp.
    He also had to postpone Fury fight due to injury.

    Fury fans can spin it all they want but Wlad was past it when Fury got to him.
     
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