Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by JSpizz, Nov 19, 2021.
Who poses biggest threat to Fury.
Whyte or Joyce?
Joyce. But the danger is very minimal. Joyce won't be able to lay a glove on a dancing Fury.
I thought from the title that this was another son of Joan's, Danger Fury
Joyce with better work rate and punch selection but he is slow. I would expect Fury to move around and outpoint Joyce but only just as Fury generally does just enough. Whyte would end up like Chisora but has the potential for the odd scare along the way.
For the same reasons mentioned above, i would pick Joyce.
But i think Whyte is fury's mandatory challenger, right?
Joyce would beat Whyte, fairly easily. It's possible he could beat Whyte worse than Fury, not easier but worse.
Usyk is the only man who can challenge Fury because skills pay the bills. His footwork can negate any aggression Fury would want to throw at him, for a number of rounds and his boxing ability would be more than good enough early doors. The late fight is where that fight is won or lost.
Fury beats both at the same night but Whyte has brutal left hook.
Neither has the equipment to trouble the Gypsy King. The Gypsy King is simply too big, too slick and too black for those guys and will pummel both to submission with relative ease.
I think Fury is going to struggle but beat both. If he comes in fat against Joyce he has a good chance of loosing.
Joyce is the tougher fight
Whyte possesses nothing that Fury hasn't already seen before
Famous last words of Chisora "Dillian, you ain't got any punch that I am worried about".