Fury dropped SugarHill Steward?

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  1. ryanm8655

    ryanm8655 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    We’re used to being conned out of our money so should be an easy sell…
     
  2. ShortRound

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    If Fury came out with the intent to annihilate Chisora it would at least be fun to watch and replay. But I suspect that Fury would carry Chisora a few rounds and stop him relatively gently in an extremely boring quasi-exhibition. It would be better if Fury got Chisora's hopes for a big payday up and went for someone else instead.
     
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  3. BEATDOWNZ

    BEATDOWNZ Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Haye sparked him. Try again.
     
  4. jimmyonebomb

    jimmyonebomb Active Member banned Full Member

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    That was before the second fury fight wasn’t it?
     
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  5. jimmyonebomb

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    Doesn’t really get the juices flowing this one. Only interesting if chisora lands a Nevada pavjick overhand right early on and drops fury. Which he won’t. Suppose who is there to see him in with bar usyk and Joshua, Joyce, Dubois, Parker?? If it was just a fight to keep fresh for winner of other two that’s ok I suppose but it won’t be sold as that be a big 26 nicker Ppv fight
     
  6. TBC-ASAP

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  7. Journeyman92

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    Fury can you just stop being such a ****?
     
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  8. UKboxingfan

    UKboxingfan Boxing Addict Full Member

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    If anyone takes anything seriously that comes out of Fury’s mouth then I feel sorry for you.
     
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  9. Furey

    Furey EST & REG 2009 Full Member

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    No interest in this fight.

    I know Del is having somewhat of an Indian summer to his career but I was at the 2nd fight (on the Eubank v BJS card) and it was a complete mismatch.

    As for anyone who genuinely believes Isaac Lowe is Fury's new trainer - I suggest you get your head examined for being such a div.
     
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  10. DramaShow

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    If Joshua beats Usyk, then Fury Joshua will happpen next. If Usyk wins, I think Fury will fight Chisora in December.
     
  11. UKboxingfan

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    Agree with this , not necessarily Chisora but I think Fury’s biggest problem with Usyk is the risk - reward. Fury beats Joshua easily for me and it shatters all sorts of records, interesting build-up and pressers etc… Fury - Usyk just doesn’t have that edge/needle and I honestly can’t say who wins, it would be one for the purists style-wise.
     
  12. EJC83

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    A fight with Usyk has the biggest reward, he'd have taken the 0 of another unbeaten Heavyweight Champion, claiming all of the belts and in the process proving he was the best of his era. If he retires without fighting Usyk, should Usyk beat AJ again of course, that question mark will always be there. You have to fight the best you can once you're at the top.
     
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  13. Murderers' Row

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    Fury - Joshua is the bigger fight but Fury - Usyk is still enormous and you know it.
     
  14. Murderers' Row

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    This
     
  15. Plaistow

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    He’s retired again now…