Fury v Wilder 3 British forum RBR

Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by pow, Oct 8, 2021.

  1. ChiefSupport

    ChiefSupport New Member banned Full Member

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    @CutThroatFade I think you're a bit of a clown with your posts tonight.

    First you praise Sanchez as 'the real deal' for a mediocre boring performance against a Nigerian slow plodding bum. Ajagba is like the Aldi version of Wilder, he's terrible so it means nothing beating him.

    Then, we have a fantastic fight and a dominant win for Fury with a highlight reel KO. But you give Fury no credit for proving he was the better man again, and bang on about some bull**** long count excuse.

    I think you should stick to posting on LDBC channels
     
  2. CutThroatFade

    CutThroatFade Rangers FC Full Member

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    Usyk is more than jabs though. His angles, his hooks, the non stop head movement and most importantly the output. Usyk will floor Fury I have no doubt about it. You’d expect Fury to have a desire now to be undisputed but he hasn’t mentioned Usyk’s name at all this week pre nor post fight. In fact he still insists that Wilder is number 2 in the division when we all know that that isn’t true.

    Fury will box Whyte next he won’t make an attempt to force a unification with Usyk.
     
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  3. ZiggerZagger

    ZiggerZagger Active Member Full Member

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    He counted 5 spoke to Wilder for a few seconds then came back and started at 6 ! Certainly seemed a long count a
    Although may have seemed longer than it was as he gave Fury a load of time once he got up.
    He done the same for Wilder on one KD too.
     
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  4. CutThroatFade

    CutThroatFade Rangers FC Full Member

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    If you look at my posts you’d see that I have stated that Fury is superior to Wilder in the ring. All I’ve said is that I think the count could have been long and I need to see the video. If it’s not a long count then that is fine.

    Does Fury really warrant much credit here? He was FAR better in the second fight than tonight. Tonight represented a regression of his performances against Wilder.

    Also look at my post history. I’ve been a big fan of Fury for years. When clowns on here we’re writing off Fury after the Seferi fight I was in a minority of observers who tipped Fury to regain his world title.

    I don’t think his performance was that impressive tonight, he has boxed better previously against Klitschko and Wilder.
     
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  5. ZiggerZagger

    ZiggerZagger Active Member Full Member

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    I think both were given long counts and more time than normal after the KD’s, that being said if you’re not retreating to a neutral corner then you leave yourself open to the ref interrupting his count to give you instructions to do so.
     
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  6. Carl Weathers

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    Question - Why did Wilder stop jabbing to Furys body when it proved so effective in the early rounds ?
     
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  7. ChiefSupport

    ChiefSupport New Member banned Full Member

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    I thought you was a Wilder fan

    Yeah his performance wasn't as good tonight but was still impressive overall. He ended it with a highlight reel KO. He deserves credit for beating such a highly dangerous opponent again.
     
  8. CutThroatFade

    CutThroatFade Rangers FC Full Member

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    I’m not really an exclusive fan of any of the HWs or any boxer generally tbh. Out of the lot I’d say I lean towards Usyk the most.

    I just give props when they are due and Wilder deserves it because nobody gave him a chance. Who saw him scoring two KDs after he was KD first?
     
  9. Sampneb

    Sampneb Member Full Member

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    Great fight , huge balls from both. Fury just too good. Entertainment at its finest.

    What a superb night for boxing. The DAZN show was very entertaining, this was a fantastic PPV fight. Eddie and Bob delivered tonight.
     
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  10. Thefatprinceofwincobank

    Thefatprinceofwincobank Rhino stoppers Full Member

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    If Dillian Whyte was watching that fight hopefully he does the sensible thing and takes the step aside money to allow fury v usyk.

    The issue is that every time Dillian opens his mouth it reaffirms to me that he’s completely lacking in self awareness and frankly dumb as fcuk!
     
  11. Murderers' Row

    Murderers' Row Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Because he was getting punched in the face.
     
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  12. oiky

    oiky Gypsy Boy Full Member

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    Legend of a man,Tyson Fury! Simple as that
     
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  13. ryanm8655

    ryanm8655 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    i don’t think Wilder deserves that much credit. He showed heart but apart from the 1st and 4th, I gave him nothing and that was against a Fury who looked off. His face was a state and he was a sitting duck for a good 4 rounds. Clearly the rumours re: Fury’s camp were true…I mean it was fairly obvious before the fight, anyone else would’ve been forgiven for pulling out…
     
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  14. aaaaa

    aaaaa Ash banned Full Member

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    Boring. Just been a heavyweight fight for the ages and still banging on with your anti-Fury/Wilder crap.
     
  15. aaaaa

    aaaaa Ash banned Full Member

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    Wilder would turn Chisora into an actual pudding.