Fury vs Usyk done for next year

Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Thunderstorm, Sep 15, 2023.

  1. Bokaj

    Bokaj Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    Jan 4, 2008
    Excuse? Don't you believe he really was 39 when he faced Fury or do you think he was still prime at that age after 19 years as a pro?
  2. ConfusedGuy

    ConfusedGuy Member Full Member

    Oct 29, 2020
    Can't see it. Don't think Fury will fight anyone who is genuinely a threat to him.
  3. miniq

    miniq Reddit.com/r/ Boxingcirclejerk Full Member

    Oct 23, 2011
    Fury doesn't see Usyk as a threat nor does Usyk see Fury as a threat. They both see big money. If you had asked them both 3/4 years ago they'd be fighting one another for silly money and HW undisputed they'd both laugh.

    I Feel sorry that Usyk is having to do such hard work for little money to keep hold of them corrupt belts to keep it "undisputed". The moment either one of them wins that bout they're getting stripped anyway lol, it's such a joke and fans need to stop giving the belts such weight.

    Business side is taking time but as we know these things rarely happen over night. Atleast we're not waiting years upon years. It will be closing in on 2 years but that's not too bad in the grand scheme of things.

    The Fury Francis fight has been 12 months in the making also and that's just an MMA bum getting a decent paycheck but clearly EVERYONE wants Saudi money which isn't handed out willy nilly.
    Last edited: Sep 17, 2023
  4. steviebruno

    steviebruno ESB NYC Delegate Full Member

    Dec 1, 2012
    ... So does ESB stop pretending that Fury is ducking the cruiserweight now? What else will we complain about? Something Something Mayweather?
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  5. Redbeard7

    Redbeard7 Well-Known Member banned Full Member

    Oct 9, 2022
    Few were talking about P4P No.2 Wlad's age going into the fight (his three losses occurred in his 20's), more were focusing on 4/1 underdog, world title debut Fury's relative lack of experience, as well as the politics in Dusseldorf favouring Wlad. But B-side Fury schooled Wlad to such a degree that he won 8-9 rounds on the German cards anyway.

    Wlad signed a five fight TV extension four months prior to the Fury fight that would take him past 41 and he didn't make a physical decline related excuse after the fight: "Physically I was in one of my best shapes, but mentally I wasn't there, not present in the ring. After a while, you get used to defending and not conquering the man in front of you."

    Wlad also wouldn't have fought Fury if he'd believed he was significantly past his best, Fury being the fighter his former longtime trainer said was "the next dominant heavyweight" and "the biggest threat to Wladimir in terms of talent and toughness".
  6. spravedlivylev

    spravedlivylev "See you, Tyson." Full Member

    Nov 17, 2022
    Stop with this money nonsense already. It's just in your deluded mind because you think everybody is thinking like Fury. Usyk accepted the 30 per cent for a reason. Before that, he signed his part of the deal with the Saudis. He always had the mentality of "do well in the ring, then the money will follow". Do you think he wouldn't be able to put on some exhibition idiocy like Fury? Mate, he drew 43,000 people in Poland against a non-draw like Dubois. You seriously have problems even with basic logic.

    Fury is ducking Usyk and at this point, it's simply embarrassing to support Fury. The guy ducks his main rivals, lies, cheats with drugs, declares he is not interested in boxing, and declares he only wants money, he is basically the embodiment of everything that is wrong with boxing today - and you are still dreaming of sniffing his nut sack. Absolutely astonishing level of cheerleading and that's why I really don't have respect for "fans" like you. Fury is s****ing the hardest on you, his followers. He is pissing himself with laughter while he is counting the money you and your fellow fanatics pay to see him beat up Chisora and Ngannou. How do you not feel ridiculous and humiliated by that? And you are spending your days defending, begging up and worshipping a person like that. It's so sad to see how you have zero self-esteem, mate.
  7. miniq

    miniq Reddit.com/r/ Boxingcirclejerk Full Member

    Oct 23, 2011
    I also negotiate my purse splits on social media :applaudit:

    Want hear something really crazy? At the end of all this you'll look like the mad one and I'll look like I was talking sense the whole time.
  8. RJJFan

    RJJFan Boxing Junkie Full Member

    Sep 5, 2010
    Guys, I have a bridge in London to sell you. DM me with offers.
  9. Goran_

    Goran_ Well-Known Member Full Member

    Sep 27, 2018
    Might be legit. I know somebody who's close to both camps and they are saying it's a done deal for next year.
  10. 007 373 5963

    007 373 5963 Active Member Full Member

    May 30, 2020
    What’s the difference between Tyson Fury and a jellyfish? One is a spineless, toxic blob and the other is a form of sea life.
  11. drenlou

    drenlou You Wanna Get Nutts, Cmon, Lets get Nutts! Full Member

    Jan 22, 2015
  12. Hanz Cholo

    Hanz Cholo Boxing Addict Full Member

    Jul 11, 2012
    likely not, but it would be great for boxing if happened. :D
  13. Djokovic.GOAT

    Djokovic.GOAT Member banned Full Member

    Sep 5, 2023
    Přesně, dobře jsi to tomu cuckoldovi nandal.
  14. Bokaj

    Bokaj Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    Jan 4, 2008
    Not everyone is a ducker.

    Wlad was believed to be the by far best out there in what was viewed a very weak era and it was a very good win, but by 39 you're seldom prime anymore. Especially not after 19 years as a pro.
  15. Redbeard7

    Redbeard7 Well-Known Member banned Full Member

    Oct 9, 2022
    "Not everyone is a ducker."

    Wlad certainly was: ducked Puritty 2, ducked Sanders 2, ducked Brewster 2 until he'd been beaten and ducked the Joshua rematch. That's four of the five fighters who beat him. He'd have ducked world title debut B-side away fighter Fury too if Wlad believed he was well past his best and at significant risk of losing. He also thought he was getting Joshua at the right time 17 months later.