Oleksandr The Barbaric Epicly Ransacks The Gypsy Queen In Violent Blubber Emulsifying Fashion.

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  1. CST80

    CST80 Liminal Space Autochthon Staff Member

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    When I say the whirling dervish known as Usyk The Barbarian's vicious clobbering of The Bellied One will look like a F5 tornado ripping through a trailer park, that might sound hyperbolic, but if anything... I might be underselling it. Usyk feasts on taller guys, and that drug addled tub of whale**** known as Tyson Luke Fury will be his biggest and highest in cholesterol meal. Fury has always had issues with southpaws, he was a sitting duck for that looping left from Otto, and he's about as fast on his feet as Old Man Ortiz, yet he was backing him up throughout the first 6 rounds of their fight, Tyson only started having success against him when Otto gassed, which will not happen with Usyk. Then even more recently, a plodding MMA newbie to boxing in Francis Ngannou who was blowing out of his ass for 2/3rd's of the match, winging embarrassingly telegraphed haymakers, merely by fighting out of a southpaw stance gave him absolute fits, and ended up getting robbed blind. Then for the people who naively think Usyk can't hurt him, Tyson has been rocked to his core by glass jawed Abell at least twice before he stopped him, alongside all of the smaller guys that have dropped him or hurt him like Cunningham, McDermott, Pajkic and Chisora, the first three are 6'3, like Usyk, Chisora is 6'2. Let's also not forget Wallin, who got his second wind, had Fury out on his feet in the 12th. Then add in Usyk's incredible stamina, so he won't be easy to catch and wail on like Otto in the second half of their fight. Usyk's going to be ducking under his looping hooks all night, getting in his grill and working Fury's blobby ass over like a speedbag.:deal: Fighting skill less dossers for the last decade has greatly flattered Fury. Literally 8, arguably 9 out of Usyk's last 10 opponents, are better boxers than everyone Fury has faced in the last 5 years.

    It's actually kind of sickening how brainwashed to the point of denial all the Fury fanboys are. Yeah, yeah, yeah, people like to pick against and root against Fury, myself included, duly noted. You're not gonna get me with any of your asinine attacks. Because it will not change the fact that Wilder, even according to most Fury fanboys in the lead up to all three fights, in their words, is a talentless hack and a dosser, whatever the **** that is. Then any time Whyte's name was brought up, people laughed maniacally at the thought he had a chance, because as I've been saying for years myself, Whyte is a bum. Then, let us not forget, of his 4 previous matches, Wlad was coming off of two of the assiest performances he'd given, against Povetkin and Jennings, which were borderline painful to watch. So... tell me, if Wilder and Whyte are both bums, by your own admission, why should Fury get all this credit for his wins over them? Okay, fine... the Klitschko win was decent, albeit it was against an old Wlad, who's been apprehensive to go on the attack since 2005, that supposedly Usyk dominated in sparring. But aside from that... who exactly has he shared the ring with has 1/10th the skillset Usyk possesses? Two hacky plodders and an old man can't hold a candle to the Mensa level ring IQ, the speed, the timing, the accuracy, the range control, the underrated power, the footwork, the angles, the combinations, the gas tank, the absolute majestic brilliance of the southpaw Usyk.

    Usyk will not only beatdown this mentally fragile cokehead, he's going to ragdoll him.There's a reason why the Gypsy Queen is so concerned with defense, because any time anyone grazes those tragically frail whiskers of his, he gets stunned or goes down like a sack of potatoes. I'll give Tyson this, the man has solid powers of recovery, because most of the time, his bummy opponents can only land on him once. That isn't going to be a problem for Usyk. He'll double the connect percentages of Wilder, Whyte and Wlad combined. Consider the Wallin fight, which he barely survived, a harbinger of things to come, Wallin came within a round or two of pulling the upset. Usyk is 10 times the fighter Wallin is. Fury's reflexes have diminished, his footwork a shell of what it once was, his speed has always been overrated, and his power still the same as it was before, the man couldn't even drop Chisora the third time they fought. Wilder is just fragile and flattered him greatly. Then when you add in the shameful performance against non-boxer Francis Ngannou, which he was dropped with a glancing blow from a sluggish pugilistic neophyte, who instead of facing reality, Fury's demented spin doctor fanboys pathetically ran interference for him and immediately started desperately trying to sell Ngannou as a top 10 Heavyweight beast who'd walk through the entire division.:lol:

    We also have to take the recent series of events into consideration, because they serve as a way to highlight just how stark the gap in skill truly is between Fury's opposition and Usyk's. Let this sink in, Fury's best wins have been been through the ringer as of late, being absolutely abused, battered and embarrassed in one sided fashion. Which really exposes the level Fury's best wins are operating on. Take Fury's best win over Wlad, AJ while he did get dropped in the process, he still managed to do something Fury couldn't. Which is drop Wlad 3 times and stop him. So sure, you could say Fury's win was more impressive, because Wlad barely landed a finger on him, which is because Fury was absolutely mortified of what would happen if he did. Also let's be honest, two scared counter punchers afraid to get hit, the rangier guy with the longer reach usually wins. But then here comes AJ, and fights Wlad's fight, almost gets KTFO in the process, preserveres and comes roaring back to end the legends ATG career in epic FOTY fashion. No one will remember Fury's win, AJ's win will go down in the annals of boxing history. Then we have everyone's favorite featherfisted boogeyman Otto Wallin, who rocked Fury to his core and had him looking like mutant grotesquerie with a bloody vagina on his eyelid from some unmade nightmarish Lynch or Cronenberg movie. Well, AJ carved through his ass like a hot knife through ice cream, battering him senseless, Otto's feather dusters never giving Femi even the slightest pause. It was a one sided mangling. Of course then we have Joe Parker's emasculating 12 round one sided shellacking of The Ayahuasca Bomber, a guy Fury went life and death with twice. Don't kid yourself fellas, this isn't some new revitalized Joseph Parker. This is the same guy who was timidly outpointed by Anthony Joshua and utterly abused and violently KTFO by Juggernaut Joe. The same AJx2 and Joe that Usyk dominated in one sided fashion. Levels my friends, levels. The same AJ that destroyed Wallin, could hardly lay a finger on Usyk and was scared of what was coming back at him, because speed kills, speed cuts and speed repeatedly drops glass jawed boxers with bad balance.

    Postscript: The same Ngannou that dropped and arguably beat Belly, was just dropped thrice and sent to the shadow realm by AJ. That's after Fury had his sparring partner split his eyebrow open on camera, to buy himself a little more time.

    This isn't the overrated Tyson Fury of the Wlad fight, that Fury doesn't exist anymore..... this is the Fury of Fury-Chisora III and the Ngannou fight. Then when you add in the damage from the substance abuse, wild vacillations in weight and the Wilder fights, with a concussion bad enough that he can't even remember most of the fight. There's a reason why there's a copious amount bloviating **** talk emanating from that foul mouth of his, meanwhile all of his feeble attempts at mind games is falling on deaf ears of the nonplussed Usyk, who'll only use it to fuel his fire and keep him focused on his target like a heat seeking missile. It's because he's deeply insecure to the point of abject terror, as is his father and his fans. That's why he stalled the fight as long as he could. He's a smart fighter, and he knows Usyk is better in every single way, and his day of reckoning is close at hand. Usyk will embarrass, emasculate and extirpate his 0 in a shockingly one sided domination. Usyk will walk down and batter him into submission, making him his Gypsy *****. But be warned, Usyk doesn't KO him in 9, no... it'll be far more humiliating than that. He no más' him in 9.
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  2. Ioakeim Tzortzakis

    Ioakeim Tzortzakis Active Member Full Member

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    Your thread titles are as pretentious as ever, but you're preaching the gospel truth here, mod man.
     
  3. Serge

    Serge Ginger Dracula Staff Member

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    If there is any justice and goodness left in this god forsaken world His Royal Highness King Usyk will administer a horrific slicking to that bald flabby ugly hairless chimp Belly aka The Gypsy Chicken on 17-02-2024
     
  4. CST80

    CST80 Liminal Space Autochthon Staff Member

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    Thank you, on both counts.:sisi1
     
  5. CST80

    CST80 Liminal Space Autochthon Staff Member

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    You simply must superimpose The Gypsy Chicken's face over poor Olga Baclanova's here.:sisi1
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  6. BoxingViewer

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    We shall see. Fury will turn a boxing match into a bar room brawl if need be to secure the victory. Fury getting into Usyk's face is just the beginning. You could tell by Usyk's body language he wasn't comfortable.
     
  7. Serge

    Serge Ginger Dracula Staff Member

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    Not a good job but I can't really see what I'm doing in detail

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  8. miniq

    miniq Oleksandr Usyk Undisputed HW Champion Full Member

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    I'm glad to see your confidence grows

    Be warned

    Hell hath no Fury like a gypsy scorned
     
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  9. CST80

    CST80 Liminal Space Autochthon Staff Member

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    Brilliant regardless!:lol: I cleaned it up a little, but it's still far from perfect. But good enough for a turducken like Fury, with an emphasis on the turd.:sisi1
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  10. Serge

    Serge Ginger Dracula Staff Member

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    :lol: Thanks that's much better
     
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  11. ForemanJab

    ForemanJab Deus Vult Full Member

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    I expect Uysk to win pretty convincingly and wouldn’t be surprised if he stopped the big gypo. Fury is shot at this point and just an enormous target.
     
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  12. MismatchHypejob

    MismatchHypejob Active Member Full Member

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    Even Fury’s so called best performance against Wlad was shite. It was no 11-1, 12-0, I had it 7-5 at most to Fury - I thought Fury was barely landing anything clean (mostly showboating, slapping with his wrist etc.) throughout .
     
  13. miniq

    miniq Oleksandr Usyk Undisputed HW Champion Full Member

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    You think

    A middleweight
    Ring circling
    High guarding
    Soft Bodied
    Gappy toothed
    Bodybuilder slapping
    Ukrainian
    37 year old

    Can beat Tyson Fury?

    Heh, could have had me fooled.
     
  14. CST80

    CST80 Liminal Space Autochthon Staff Member

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    Do you really think Ngannou is better than Joshua and Usyk? Of course you don't. The seering doubt is wreaking havoc on your false bravado, you can't even fake it well over the internet anymore. You're a broken man, just like your flabby shell of a man crush.
     
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  15. UnleashtheFURY

    UnleashtheFURY D'oh! Full Member

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    Kind of goes without saying at this point. But there were a few of us on here(you included) who said this before his dreadful showing against Ngannou and apparent decline. Fury has issues with smaller men who can move well, and his track record against southpaws isn't exactly great either. Fury in shape and in his prime would make this a very competitive chess match that I think Usyk would win down the stretch, but this has the look of a squash match at this point. Hope I'm wrong because Usyk won't get much credit if Fury looks like absolute **** in this one. I mean... he won't get credit anyways from most people after that dreadful showing against Ngannou, but if Fury is able to show something extra then that would lend more to the idea that he didn't train/take Ngannou seriously, and thus it would still be an important win for Usyk in any-case.