Fury vs Hammer rewatch

Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Okin129, Jun 9, 2019.


  1. Sephiroth Rising 7

    Sephiroth Rising 7 'No tears please!' booted Full Member

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    :lol: Galvatron having a mental breakdown and calling people out to fight because he's getting done in intellectually as per usual, so wishes to use brute force to get his point across like some base animal.
     
  2. Luis Fernando

    Luis Fernando Well-Known Member Full Member

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    You're so incompetent that you aren't even able to form comprehensible sentences with correct grammar and you're calling me a 'mental case'? Oh the irony!

    Price and Fury never fought. So your point is irrelevant.

    As for Wlad, both Povetkin and Fury fought Wlad. But guess who won and actually stunned Wlad? I'll give you a hint, it wasn't Povetkin. It was Fury!

    There isn't any shred of wisdom with you. You think too highly of yourself. Consider getting off that high horse and actually looking at the mirror for once?

    Fact is, every opponent both Fury and Povetkin faced, Fury has stopped (Nicolai Firtha and Christian Hammer) whilst Povetkin couldn't stop any of those guys.

    Fact is, Fury stopped Steve Cunningham who is superior to Marco Huck since he stopped him conclusively. Whilst Povetkin couldn't even beat, much less stop Marco Huck after he had already been stopped by Steve Cunningham.

    Therefore, all the evidence points to Fury > Povetkin in not just power, but in every department. You do the math!

    What 'DURABLE' opponents did Povetkin KO? You mean DURABLE opponents like Nicolai Firtha and Christian Hammer? Two guys he couldn't even drop? Or the Povetkin who was popped for drugs? Funny how you criticize Fury for failing a drug test against Christian Hammer and discount that win, yet ignore Povetkin's KO streak during a period where he failed drug tests upon drug tests? I wonder why that is?

    Logic courses and English lessons are your best needs!
     
  3. Okin129

    Okin129 ... Full Member

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    Trust me i would say it to your face, i‘m a big guy ( not fat ) who can handle himself very well in a fight but i‘m not a backwards brute who wants to fight people because they disagree with me on a boxing forum, i don‘t give a ****.

    And i don‘t give a **** about what you think about me as a poster, i also don‘t call every poster garbage because he disagrees with me, people just have different opinions.
     
  4. Perkin Warbeck

    Perkin Warbeck Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Hammer looked like a dwarf in there with Tyson Fury.

    It's not so difficult to beat someone that much smaller than oneself. What was the difference in reach?

    But I remember around that time Fury ducked old Ustinov, someone closer to his own size. And he's been avoiding Joshua, and now he's avoiding the rematch with Wilder.
     
  5. Ra's Al-Ghul

    Ra's Al-Ghul The One and Only Full Member

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    What was Hukic?:dunno:confused: He was in 2007 stopped against Cunningham , but not destroyed (nor even knocked out), Wegner threw the towel, as his boxer was exhausted too.
    But in 2012 did he lose by a countrymile against Powetkin, who dominted the first 3 - 4 rounds at will and narrowly finished Huck off in the last 3 rounds (was from round 9 onwards back in control). You should watch the fight first, about you recall, as Marco Huck had just two big rounds (5 and 6), but hardly won more than 4 rounds.

    Fury on the other hand was narrowly knocked out against 2014 USS, this faded version who weighted in as cruiserweight (didn't have the power of Huck even in Cruiserweight) not only knocked Fury in round 2 senseless to tbe bottom, but was outboxing him and leading on points, therefore used who roughhouse-tactics and attack with his whole body (shoulders, pushing, chest), that he would have been disqualified somewhere else outside of Britain.
     
  6. pow

    pow Well-Known Member Full Member

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    You are showing yourself up here. As I said before the BBBoC do not change results retrospectively.


    Every test before and after the ban came up clean. He (understandably) threw UKAD out of his gym once during his recess from boxing post Klitschko, during which time he also tested positive twice for cocaine of which he freely admitted using to excess. Even during his time out he was still being tested by VADA and UKAD. You should really check your facts before posting rubbish on the internet. There was no refusual to give any samples, even during his recess he was still being tested by VADA and UKAD.
     
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  7. PaddyGarcia

    PaddyGarcia #IrrationalGarcia Full Member

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    He done better than he ought to against Ortiz, didn't give Povetkin a good fight though IMO. Was like a sparring session for Pov
     
  8. DoubleJab666

    DoubleJab666 October 31st, 2019 Full Member

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  9. Unforgiven

    Unforgiven Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Joshua managed to lose really badly to a short-armed dwarfed fighter not long ago.
     
  10. Antsu

    Antsu Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Many people including me and my friend had Huck winning that fight. It was a war that should have gone to Huck. Also Cunningham fight was not in britain. It was in New York
     
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  11. It's Ovah

    It's Ovah Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Hammer's one of those wins that looks a hell of a lot better in retrospect. No one thought much of him at the time, so Fury dominating him wasn't that impressive. Now that Hammer's got a couple of good wins and performances under his belt the way in which Fury handled him suddenly takes on a much greater lustre. It'd be like Fury dominating Schwartz, and Schwartz going on to beat Kownacki and take Wilder the distance.

    It's why I try not to rate wins over unknown guys too harshly. The unknown guy might actually turn out to be quite good.
     
  12. It's Ovah

    It's Ovah Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Ouch. Burn.
     
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  13. Luis Fernando

    Luis Fernando Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Cunningham stopped Huck = fact.

    Povetkin went 12 rounds and won a majority decision against Huck = Fact

    Tyson Fury KO'ed Steve Cunningham = fact

    Everything else you stated is speculation and not fact!

    And another fact, Tyson Fury >>> Alexander Povetkin.
     
  14. Okin129

    Okin129 ... Full Member

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    You‘re actually right, Povetkin controlled him over 12 rounds, i thought he had more problems but i have seen that fight only one time and couldn‘t really remember it.

    It still wasn‘t nearly as impressive as what Tyson Fury was doing in that ring.
     
  15. anjawnaymiz

    anjawnaymiz Get outta my pub you slags!!! Full Member

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    Is the hammer vs Ortiz fight worth watching?
     


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