Haye next for Whyte

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  1. UKboxingfan

    UKboxingfan Boxing Addict Full Member

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    The irony in this post quoting two wins apparently saving boxing and in those 6 years not having a single defence lol Fury has contributed to the current farce of boxing.
     
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  2. Mitch87

    Mitch87 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Yeah I agree Whyte has such a poor resume I mean compare Parker, Chisora, Rivas, Wach and Povetkin.....to:

    Seferi, Painettea, Wilder Wallin and Schwarz.

    Or Washington, Stiverne, Ortiz Fury and Breazeale.

    Or Wilder, Cojanu, Kauffman, Hammer and Flores.


    ....oh wait!
     
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  3. ryanm8655

    ryanm8655 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I’m confused, Fury beat Chisora and Wlad. Parker has turned out to be pretty average. Rivas has done nothing. Povetkin was useless abd old and still knocked him out. Whyte is full of smoke and mirrors. But fair play he’s made millions and usually fun to watch.
     
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  4. Mitch87

    Mitch87 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Talking about there last 5 opponents. Major difference in terms of quality of opponents.

    Fury beat Wlad and Chisora over 5 years ago pre retirement, coke and food binge and hasn't beaten anyone of that quality since coming out of retirement.
     
  5. aaaaa

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    I know you're biased but Chisora is not better than Wilder. He wouldn't even beat Wallin. Also worth noting he fought Senad Gashi straight after Schwarz had beat him.

    Whyte's last opponents: Chisora, Rivas, Wach, Povetkin, Povetkin... Wilder x2 is better than that lot on it's own.
     
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  6. Mitch87

    Mitch87 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Wilder resume is no where near Whyte, Parker or Povetkins quality. Wilder's resume is close to Chisora level. I'd favour Chisora to KO both Wallin and Wilder.
     
  7. aaaaa

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    Chuck us your dealers number mate.
     
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  8. kojak

    kojak Well-Known Member Full Member

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    He's also struggled against every single one of them, the Parker fight could of gone either way and he only really one cause of the accidental headbutt.

    Majority of people had Chisora winning the first fight and the second fight he was getting stiffed and had to get reckless.

    Agree Rivas hasn't done anything of note yet either and gave Whyte a decent fight.

    Povetkin KOed him (already severely declined) and then the rematch was a Povetkin who looked more shot than David Haye.

    I think people overate his resume because those fights were on PPV, that's the only reason it looks better than it is and because there current names.
     
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  9. ryanm8655

    ryanm8655 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Blimey...

    Now we're saying Whyte has a better resume than Fury...that is some serious hate...

    Povetkin was very much done when he fought Whyte and he still knocked him out first time round. Parker he arguably lost, Rivas was close too (plus he failed a drug test) and what has he done since or leading up to Whyte...Chisora had his peak years ago and was still beating Whyte until the KO. I go to most of Whyte's fights btw...I was at the Chisora and Rivas fights, for Rivas I was sat next to someone who trains at Loughborough (a Whyte fan who he sorted tickets for) and they mentioned he'd had a terrible camp...it became apparent what that meant when the drug test failure news came out....
     
  10. themaster999

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    I'd also favour Chisora to knockout Wilder.

    Not because Chisora is that good, but because Wilder is that bad.
     
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  12. aaaaa

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    Wilder beat Ortiz twice... would Chisora beat Ortiz? Even better, Kabayel beat Chisora... is Kabayel the best of that 4? :lol:

    People slate Wilder to discredit Fury but he'd knock 95% of the division out including the 2 puddings Chisora and Whyte.
     
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  13. aaaaa

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    Some people's hatred of Fury leading them to discredit Wilder is laughable.

    Chisora has lost 11 times including bang average names like Helenius, Kabayel and Parker but would conveniently beat Wilder and Ortiz. Yeah right.
     
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  14. kevin-novice

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    He should fight Shannon Briggs.

    Let's go champ....