Fury Wilder Scorecard

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What was your Scorecard for Wilder vs Fury?

  1. Fury 116 - Wilder 110

  2. Fury 115 - Wilder 111

  3. Fury 114 - Wilder 112

  4. Fury 113 - Wilder 113

  5. Fury 112 - Wilder 114

  6. Fury 111 - Wilder 115

  7. Fury 110 - Wilder 116

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  1. boxingforum24

    boxingforum24 New Member Full Member

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    Options are given as DW having two 10 - 8 rounds and no rounds scored even.

    How did you have it?
     
  2. GGGfans

    GGGfans New Member Full Member

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  3. TurtleKing

    TurtleKing New Member Full Member

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  4. Ukansodoff

    Ukansodoff Go on give DAZN a whirl, you might like it. booted Full Member

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    I chose 114-112 in favour of Fury by my actual view is it was 115-112 Fury.

    I shared the opener, gave Wilder the 2nd, 9th and 12th of which i scored both a 10-8 round. Fury won all the rest 10-9.
     
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  5. bailey

    bailey Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I really thought that except for the 2 knockdown rounds, that Fury won all the others.
     
  6. shadow111

    shadow111 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I think a lot of fans feel that way and I don't think that's unreasonable. However there were several rounds that were close. (the first two rounds for example) Maybe there were 3 or 4 rounds that were close enough to give to Wilder if you were really looking to give a round to Wilder. But Wilder didn't win any rounds outside of the knockdown rounds clearly. Did he maybe edge out 2 or 3 of those rounds on "clean punching" or "quality punching" enough to get a draw? It's arguable but it's a stretch and giving Wilder enough rounds for a draw may be favorable judging.
     
  7. ArseBandit

    ArseBandit Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I thought this was pretty clear tbh. Can't really see an argument for giving Wilder any other rounds (Perhaps the first which was a feel out round but I disagree)

    I can also see an argument for the knockdown rounds being scored 10-9 Wilder, as I felt Fury won the rest of the rounds outside of the knockdown.
     
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  8. FastSmith7

    FastSmith7 Well-Known Member Full Member

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  9. boxingforum24

    boxingforum24 New Member Full Member

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    Watching live I had it 113 - 113. 7 rounds Fury, 5 rounds Wilder with two KD.

    Watching the replay I scored it the same. I think draw is the right decision and not a robbery at all. Fury won 2 rounds clearly but all the other rounds were actually quite close as both men missed a lot of punches.
     

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