'I`ll outbox Deontay and Fury!

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  1. mark ant

    mark ant Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Wilder hits far harder than Wlad did, what are you pointing to to suggest Wlad hit harderr than Wilder, I saw Wlad connect on Fury and nothing happened.
     
  2. 81ZAR

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    Joshua has no chance of outboxing Fury. Unless of course Fury goes back to his old habits and ends up obese again. The combination of good boxing skills and power gives him a better chance at beating Fury than Wilder did, as he(Wilder) only had power, not the boxing ability. I think Joshua beats Wilder via KO. Fury outboxes Joshua with a few scares here and there, but his fluidity and movement will beat Joshua's stiff upright style.
     
  3. mark ant

    mark ant Boxing Addict Full Member

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    AJ would be too open and would gas if he done tat, he should only do that if he gets too far behind on points, but I don`t think he`d have enough in the tank in later rounds v Fury or Wilder.
     
  4. mark ant

    mark ant Boxing Addict Full Member

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    AJ`s power isn`t as dangerous as Wilder`s is though.
     
  5. Bulldog24

    Bulldog24 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Fury boxes circles around Anthony
     
  6. channy

    channy Active Member Full Member

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    Wilder beats Joshua by stoppage, the minute he lands flush he goes down , gets up and then stopped by the follow up.

    If Wlad would have gone for it a bit more he would have stopped him, wilder won't let him off so easy.

    Fury also beats him, on points or a late stoppage easily.
     
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    Joshua needs fight like povetkin did against him.
    Fury will suffer clinching with Joshua, when fury clinches Joshua needs to work the body.
    Wilder made fury look fitter than he actually is because he didn’t work the body, he couldn’t because he only has the one shot.
     
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    Fury is hard to pin down and hard to hit but it’s 50 percent footwork/50 percent holding.
    if you can hurt him on the inside make him worried to hold/clinch by working the body on the inside, his footwork won’t keep him out of range forever and the body shots will take their toll.
    Fury shouldn’t of had that much gas left in the 12th, it wasn’t down to his fitness it was down to wilder neglecting the body, and giving him time off in the later rounds.

    I could be wrong but I remember rounds 10 and 11 there was at least 30 seconds rest where no punches were thrown???
     
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  9. greenhornet

    greenhornet Boxing Addict Full Member

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    they are both bums. Joshua's resume ****s all over Fury and Wilder's combined.
     
  10. boxingscience

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    Joshua technically is very good, but his big problem is he comes in straight lines with minimal head movement, so it's going to be quite easy for Fury to pick him apart at distance. The other problem is that Fury has better stamina. One thing I will say though is that if Joshua hurts fury, then theres no way he'll let fury off the hook. He's a clinical finisher who doesn't panic and throw wildly like Wilder does.
     
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  11. 81ZAR

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    Fury beat Klitschko before Joshua did and he just (unofficially) beat Wilder. Who has Joshua fought who is so great? Whyte, Parker, Old ass Povetkin?
     
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  12. Brighton bomber

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    Wlad never connected on Fury as cleanly as Wilder did so not a good comparison, plus Wlad fought a better version of Fury.

    For me the true test of a boxers power is how does their power look vs genuinely durable guys. Any decent puncher can look like Julian Jackson if you are matched up against David Price quality chins. Wlad has simply KO'ed or hurt more guys who are known for having good chins. Chambers, Peter, Pulev, Povetkin, Mercer, Brewster etc.

    Maybe Wilder does hit harder but he hasn't shown it yet. He's only stopped 1 guy that I can recall who is known as being durable and that Duhaupas. Stiverne has been stopped before, Ortiz never fought a good puncher before Wilder or since to be honest. Arreola has a decent chin too, but he quit rather than being KO'ed and Stiverne had already KO'd Arreloa.

    Just watch this highlight reel of Wlad KO's and tell me he isn't at least up there with Wilder and in my opinion right now above Wilder in terms of power.

     
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    greenhornet Boxing Addict Full Member

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    no one has fought anyone great, unless you count ancient Klitschko. HW is a wasteland.
     
  14. RingKing75

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    This. No one can convince me that AJ could stay out of the way of DW right hand for no 12 rounds. Not for a second. Fury is very illusive and he still got caught twice.
     
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    Go on then, do a resume breakdown on why Joshua's resume '****s' on Fury and Wilders.

    Joshua has a decent resume, but Furys is better. Joshua just got to Povetkin and Wlad at the right time. Both beat him in their prime imo and Fury beat the better Wlad(And had a much easier nights work than Joshua doing it). Parker was always behind Wilder and AJ in the rankings and rightfully so.

    A prime unbeaten Chisora is also better than the Whyte we'll continually see recycled so that Joshua has someone to fight.

    Champ Klit, Wilder and prime Chisora > older Klit, Parker, Povetkin and Whyte

    Fury is the man that beat the man, and until proven otherwise he's at the top.
     

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