Fury v Wilder 3 British forum RBR

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

  1. carlingeight

    carlingeight Active Member Full Member

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    Didn't look like he had much of a camp.. still a master of pacing himself. He couldn't have feinted anything like what he did against Wlad without gassing. That version of Fury gets Wilder out in 3.

    He'll be pounding the Morecambe tarmac a lot more in preparation for Usyk though, that's for sure.
     
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  2. aaaaa

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    Aye if Wilder caught and knocked down Fury twice imagined what he’d do to no defence no footwork no movement no chin Whyte.
     
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  3. carlingeight

    carlingeight Active Member Full Member

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    Reckon Whyte would look like a typical Wilder fight. Wilder loses every round before knocking him out in 5.
     
  4. Liverpool82

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    Usyk v Fury would be a terrible watch IMO
     
  5. Wig

    Wig Boxing Addict Full Member

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    One of the greatest HW fights ever, and a trilogy for the ages. Both men deserve their place in history.
     
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  6. moog

    moog Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Usyk cannot fight Fury next in a unification. So wont be Fury stopping it next.

    I am one of Usyk biggest fans but Fury can fight many different ways and size would be difference. Would stop Usyk late imo.
     
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  7. themaster999

    themaster999 Active Member Full Member

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    Sorry mate but do you realise that you have suggested that Whyte is a quality heavyweight ?

    The same Whyte that got put to sleep by a pensioner in his promoters back garden ?
     
  8. moog

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    Worst opponent ever for Chisora. He would be badly damaged against Wilder.
     
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  9. Murderers' Row

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    Bit of a hyperbole because after the 4th round it was all Fury and I was just waiting for Wilder to get sparked.
     
  10. Bob Flaps

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    Fury is boxing for the US audience now, he knows what he's doing. Wouldn't be remotely surprised if he keeps ignoring Usyk as almost the 'European champion' and asks Whyte to fight in Vegas.

    Most US fans who pay for PPV probably still rate Wilder as #2 and barely know who Usyk is. Thankfully there's money in boxing all over the world and I wouldn't be surprised, should things go that way, for some oil-rich Russian to put up a crazy bid for a unification there. Especially since Usyk calmed down his thoughts on Crimea etc.
     
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  11. ZiggerZagger

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    In my opinion it was a great watch but not necessarily a great fight.
    I think Tyson could have made it so much easier for himself but he seemed to be taking a lot of risks thinking he could just walk Wilder down and destroy him as he did in the 2nd fight. wilder did at least come with some sort of game plan this time but I honestly didn’t give him many rounds bar the one where he scored 2 KD’s and one maybe 2 others.
    it was exciting though as Fury left himself open to Wilder’s crude attempts to land his right hand as he seemed to trade a bit too much imo although his work on the inside in smothering and using his bulk against wilder was brilliant.
    But what a fight to watch and kudos to both , Wilder looked totally beaten every time he sat down beaten rounds but fair play to him for giving it a real go.
    Was a better fight than the 2nd to watch but not as good a performance from Tyson, be interesting to see who he fights next.
     
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  12. Wig

    Wig Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Not many heavyweight fights in my lifetime better than that one pal. If this don't excite you, I don't know what to tell you.

    Even Dan Rafael conceding its one of the greatest fights he's ever covered, at any weight.
     
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  13. Murderers' Row

    Murderers' Row Active Member Full Member

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    I loved it since Wilder got absolutely battered but I thought it was still pretty one-sided. Thoroughly enjoyed it.
     
  14. GTFUP

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    Don’t think I’ve ever seen a HW world title contender who only has one punch in his armour. Now that’s either a wow for getting to where he is and earning what he earned with no boxing knowledge at all or it’s all about the KO for him.

    Also for a slim athletic look, I can’t recall seeing someone gas so quickly. Even AJ has a better tank!!! Weights and pads are ok but Cardio for him was soooo important cos it was a given Fury would be leaning all over him when he could. With those sparrow legs you need to make sure you can move or ur going down once clipped.

    A Fury from the last fight would have finished Wilder in 2 last night……something wasn’t quite right which is understandable but well done Tyson for getting it sorted eventually through boxing knowledge and skills.
     
  15. RT7

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    Don't even breathe life into such silliness mate, he's greedy enough to try