Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Liquorice, May 15, 2019.
What's happening on Friday night?
I'm going to be a naughty boy, all over original posters mother.
Which rounds weren't very competitive and very close??? Just name 2
Wilder and team know this,why else would you stick to one belt?
Did Opie not mean pwned? (Leet for owned)
Fury won the fight, not wide because of the KDs, but he won the fight. And as for the rematch, if and when it happens? I always favour the superior boxer with the higher ring IQ over the money-puncher chancer, as the former is always going to adjust better than the latter.
The only rounds I gave Wilder were the rounds he dropped Fury in. Fury dominated him and made him
I rewatched it last night and it was a bit more one sided than I remembered. I gave Wilder round 2 on the basis of a big punch Wilder landed at the end of an otherwise uneventful round, round 9 by 2 because of the kd, even though he won the rest of the round, and round 12 by 2, even though he won the rest of the round. Otherwise a shut out.
I think Wilder ko’s Breazale. Fury embarrassed him with basic movement so it’s back to a guy that will attack in a straight line. Where Wilder’s poor timing won’t be exposed and where he can just throw bombs and a forward moving heavy bag.
Fury won easy but I think this fight is meant to return Wilder’s appeal back to the casuals. But who knows, he struggled bad in other showcase fights for him like Molina and Duhaupass.
The point of this thread is what? Fury is a bum. Wilder is a bum. Fury ran like a girl from the bum Wilder. Fury landed only 84 punches in 12 rounds against a limited Wilder. Wilder landed 71 punches in 12 rounds against the limited Fury. Landing 13 more punches in 12 rounds isn't dominating anybody. You have to a Brit or European. The only other boxing fans this clueless are Marciano fans and other old boxing fans who think 170 to 180 pound guys like Gene Tunney and Rocky Marciano could beat modern sized heavyweights.
I was hooked because I wanted Fury to win but felt the right hand would land sooner or later as the fight went on Wilder got closer and closer, when Fury got knocked down the first time it really put the fight on edge.
What about the punches that Fury slipped when he was on the ropes, that was great.
Fury is far better P4P than Jacobs.
No he needs to use feints to get Fury to anticipate a punch that isn`t coming and then Wilder can catch him with the other hand.