Haye Fury

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  1. Safin

    Safin Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Fury Chisora II was over a year after Haye pulled out for the second time. Fury was a different boxer against Chisora and Hammer.
     
  2. GTFUP

    GTFUP Active Member Full Member

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    Fury isn’t and wasn’t Valuev but nearly as big and Haye didn’t stop him, so my bet would have been Fury would have schooled Haye, leant on him and drained the F out of him and eventually stopped him in the later rounds.
     
  3. themaster999

    themaster999 Active Member Full Member

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    It was actually Booth that pulled that fight.
     
  4. Hankey89

    Hankey89 Member Full Member

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    I find it hard to rate Fury. Is he an all time treat talent? Maybe.

    His best wins have been a past it Wlad, and a terrible boxer in Wilder, who nearly beat him in 2 of the fights.

    I would love to see Fury clear out the division over the next 2 years, beating Usyk, AJ, Ruiz, Whyte etc. But I fear he will go on a bender.

    As for whether he beats prime Haye. I think he beats him 7 times out of ten, great big guy beat great small guy. But if Haye catches him, he has the boxing ability to finish him unlike Wilder.
     
  5. Brixton Bomber

    Brixton Bomber Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Surprised you don't get pulled apart for this... but you're spot on.
     
  6. Double J

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    Correct. Haye had previous damage to his shoulder but thought he’d still have enough to beat Fury.

    Booth pulled it when Haye was getting beat up in sparring by guys he’d normally dominate. Plan was for them to win everything they can and retire at 30. Loss to Wlad halted that.

    Booth still went along with it for a while but witnessed the slowing down and injuries of Haye and pulled the plug on the fight and their relationship.

    FWIW, i think Haye would have chinned a 2013 Fury, but get destroyed by this version.
    A 30 year old Haye would also beat any version of AJ.
     
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  7. destruction

    destruction Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Didn’t Haye duck out of this fight twice with fake injuries having signed to fight Fury and been in camp?

    Haye was mentally beaten against Fury. You don’t duck out of two fights in a row that are signed like that otherwise.

    You can’t back Haye just on that alone, you can’t beat someone if you are too scared to share a ring with them. Perhaps that works on computer games?