Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by CutThroatFade, Feb 22, 2020.
better version of Fury couldn’t do sheet to old shot wlad
What are you on about?, I never said he would do to prime Wlad what he did to Wilder. He would beat prime Wlad like he beat the 40 year old. Fury's unpredictable nature, his skills, movement and power will be problematic for Wladimir even if he was 2 years old. Styles make fights and his style is tailor made to outbox and outsmart Wladimir's fighting style. Wladimir isn't an aggressive fighter, he's a patient fighter who waits. That's a disastrous fighting style for Fury who feeds off fighters that wait and only leaves them waiting for nothing. Wladimir lives off the leverage he gets based on what his opponent does. Fury will never give him any leverage and will leave him on his toes always till it's too late. You are highly underestimating Fury's intelligence.
I've said it since 2016 that Fury is the best HW.
People forget that Wlad was OLD in that fight. Plus He let his hands go in the Wilder fight. In the Wlad fight, there was almost no meaningful punches.
I'll take a Steward trained Wlad to beat Fury.
Wlads declining hand-speed and work-rate and stamina due to age had more to do with it then anything Wlad was well out of his prime Jennings showed that... but even then Fury ducked the rematch for a reason.
I like how you started this conversation with "Wlads declining hand-speed and work rate and stamina due to age" yet you ended it with "Fury ducked a rematch for a reason". Lay off the cheap alcohol and continue your idiocy while sober please.
By the way, Wladimir was well known to having stamina issues even in his prime. This is exactly why Emmanuel Steward(Rest in Peace) completely transformed him into a more patient fighter to preserve stamina.
That's fine m8! But he didn't want the rematch with Wlad which is why this thread is pointless.
Wladimir was a much better fighter than Fury, far less sloppy with his technique.
Fury did avoid the rematch, he admits lying about a ankle injury to avoid fighting Wladimir again, and that was the version that Fury himself stated was old and past it.
Steward did but Wlad was shot by the Fury fight and it showed he should of had Jennings out by the 4th.
So enlighten me why did fury duck the rematch and career high payday?
I can’t take you seriously because of your GGG vs Canelo posts
Think it was obvious Fury was battling major personal problems at the time. Then again, I will require serious medical assistance to get THE CLEARLY OBVIOUS into your head.
Exactly was once a decent poster and turned into a complete clown with that crap
Ah, that explains your idiotic previous post. Another mentally incapable Golovkin fan.
No, he defiitely wouldn't stop him early. Wlad had much better defense, footwork and ring IQ comparing to Wilder. And he was MUCH stronger phisically, with years of polishing his clinching skills. I think however that Fury would eventually wear down 40-years-old Wlad and either stop him in 11-12th rounds or win by UD after pummeling him late in the fight
If only he hadn't ran from the rematch.