How do you see Fury doing now against Wilder?

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  1. Fergy

    Fergy Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    As it says?
     
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  2. CST80

    CST80 The Mercurial Mephistophelean Malcontent Staff Member

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    I think Wilder should try out fighting as a southpaw, imagine how effective his right would make as a ramrod jab.:eek:

    Wilder KO's him in 5 in the rematch.
     
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  3. GALVATRON

    GALVATRON Boxing Junkie booted Full Member

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    A total different fight,Wallin is more difficult but /wilder more dangerous.

    Lets not pretend no matter how many threads were telling you guys that Wallin was good and world class you don't give anyone that unless they are popular like girls. lol

    I feel Fury bc he was tested gets by Wilder now and the edge shifts to a fury win ,though many dumb things can happen from now till then..
     
  4. Fergy

    Fergy Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I'm leaning towards Wilder stopping him late now. Unless Tyson pulls off a miraculous comeback I reckon he's finished at top level.
     
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  5. red_roo

    red_roo Active Member Full Member

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    Fury is the clown won't be there much longer .
     
  6. sauhund II

    sauhund II Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Put the pipe down

    Ortiz will hit the deck hard before 5 without getting up and Fury will never muster the balls to step into the Ring with Wilder and if he does he is getting iced......pillow fisted bum Wallin wobbled him......Fury is going to sleep against a 225 pound Wilder, guranteed.
     
  7. sauhund II

    sauhund II Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Wilder coming in at 225 and shortening his punches a tiny bit is putting Furys lights out, guaranteed.

    Fury knows it and thats why he will never fight Wilder again plus he has the cut excuse now.......so be prepared for another bum fight against a absolute nobody from Fury.

    BTW, Tyson/Bowe/Foreman would have beaten that clown Wallin in their pro debut.
     
  8. kirk

    kirk l l l Staff Member

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    The General Forum

    Before the fight : Wilder is going to stop coke headed rusty Fury.

    After the fight : Wilder will duck the rematch! He has no chance against a more active Fury!

    After Furys last stoppage win against whatever his name was : Bring on Wilder baby! Easy work!

    After yesterday's fight : Fury is terrible! Wilder knocks him out!


    :lol:
     
  9. The Ogdoad

    The Ogdoad Well-Known Member booted Full Member

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    Nothing changes. Fury at times fights down to his level of opposition. He's staying active at least. Wilder fights twice a year, and has pulled a geriatric Cuban back for a rematch.
     
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  10. kirk

    kirk l l l Staff Member

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    I will be rooting bigtime for Wilder... but based on the first fight, I simply can't pick him. He really did look outclassed in way too many segments of the fight.

    People are going nuts over this last outing for Fury... but fighting down to ones level of opposition is indeed a thing, and Fury definitely seems like the type to fall victim to that, combine that with the southpaw issue, and Im just not sure how relevant this fight will be for Wilder.

    Usually, not always, but usually... rematches favor the smarter, more skilled fighters. I begrudgingly expect the same here, unfortunately.

    That being said... like I said before, Wilder is coming in heavier than last time, and hopefully will be showing Fury less respect... if hes able to land a similar bomb that he did last time, while weighing significantly more... Fury might not be getting up this time.

    Cant wait. Probably my most anticipated fight of the year.
     
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  11. sauhund II

    sauhund II Well-Known Member Full Member

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    You will be waiting for a long time because as of now the Wilder/Fury re match is dead.............after last nights debacle team Fury with Arum are running for the hills plus with his cut excuse he will be fighting more "undefeated" bums nobody has ever heard of.

    Sad but true.
     
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  12. split_decision

    split_decision Searching For Jerry Garcia Full Member

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    Fury needs to get over the injuries the guy from Ikea gave him first
     
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  13. mb1233

    mb1233 Active Member Full Member

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    Wilder has flaws that a technical boxer can exploit. After last night though, I do think it's still possible he can catch Fury with that right hand, or his left hook.
     
  14. lobk

    lobk Original ESB Member Full Member

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    Its a 50/50 fight for me. The only thing Wilder has is landing the bomb. Can Fury keep him away for 12.

    Because of the cut, I don't see this fight happening in February. Once fully healed Fury will demand a tune up. So maybe fall of 2020.
     
  15. Jackomano

    Jackomano Boxing Addict Full Member

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    50/50. Wilder fought a really stupid fight and relied too much on landing a big right and head hunting despite Fury’s body being wide open the whole fight.

    Fury on the otherhand was making Wilder overpunch a lot, but instead of taking advantage he kept taunting Wilder, which more than likely made several rounds closer in the judges eyes and cost Fury the decision. Roach didn’t directly come out and say it, but he kind of hinted that Fury wasted a lot of opportunities to take over the fight and caused the draw.
     
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