Oleksandr Usyk > Lennox

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  1. ellerbe

    ellerbe I have spoken Full Member

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    Lewis passes the eye tests in terms of ability but i have to agree with the OP here. His resume isn't that great though probably not to his fault. Tyson and Holyfield were shot to pieces by the time he fought them. If he had wins over the likes of a prime Bowe, Holy, Tyson, etc, I think this wouldn't even be a discussion.
     
  2. Devon

    Devon Well-Known Member Full Member

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  3. exocet76

    exocet76 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    People sometimes forget that Lewis started his career 5 years after Tyson and Holyfield just something to consider.
    Lewis resume craps all over anyone at heavy today it isn't close.
     
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  4. ellerbe

    ellerbe I have spoken Full Member

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    Although Wlad was not in his prime, the way Fury beat Wlad was more impressive than the way Lewis beat Vitali. Then I'd take Fury's 2 wins over Wilder over Holy and Tyson. Now Lewis has some very decent wins in Morrison, Mercer(razor thin), Tua, etc, and it's deeper than Fury's but it doesn't crap all over it.
     
  5. exocet76

    exocet76 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    The Wilder wins mean little as Wilder hasn't fought anyone. That's three fights with someone who he schooled first time out.
    Yes Lewis resume craps on Fury and no his win over a 40yr old Vlad is not better than the 30yr old Vitali who was stopped in 6...
    To even suggest that is deluded to the highest degree.
     
  6. Johnny1987

    Johnny1987 Member Full Member

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    I think Usyk beats Joshua again & beats Fury easily tbh. But for you to think Usyk has any chance to beat Lennox Lewis, your mad.

    Usyk would probably struggle stylistically with someone like David Tua tbh, he struggled with Chisora. He can’t deal with that style
     
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  7. Themessiah

    Themessiah El Jefe Full Member

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    Usyk destroys Tua, Tua was schooled by Byrd and even Rahman outboxed him
     
  8. MarkusFlorez99

    MarkusFlorez99 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Another boneheaded response from safin, but it's par for the course considering it's.... well safin. I find this post ironic considering a year ago i remember you made an alternative account after getting banned despite the fact that you disrespectfully accuse others of having alts like a hypocrite, but since it's just you and your manwife NEETzschean, its okay
     
  9. VOXDEI

    VOXDEI "BRILLIANT AJ" Full Member

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    Usyk would win v Lennox.

    Fury would BTFO Lennox.
     
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  10. VOXDEI

    VOXDEI "BRILLIANT AJ" Full Member

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    Give it up mate, I've been around since before NEET
     
  11. Liquorice

    Liquorice Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Beats Fury easily? Tell us another one LMAO.. & Joshua is a busted flush .. when Fury beat WK he hadn't been defeated in YEARS.. when Usyk beat Joshua he hadn't been defeated in MONTHS :lol:.. Fury would manhandle the Ukrainian, don't cite Cunningham, that was a decade ago, HWs don't usually peak until over 30 mostly & if that fight happened now the racist Wilder ass licker would get pummelled even worse than 2013.. we actually probably missed years of Furys prime.. don't think he'd even peaked after he schooled Wlad.. He imploded after that win & we only saw him again after he'd destroyed his body years later.. The Usyk fanboys are running with the Cunningham thing because they think it will be replictated as he's a fellow athletic CW.. it rarely works like that though , I mean we could pick a single moment in any fighters career and cite that as to why somebody would beat them but we know that never really works out, Henry Cooper flattened Ali yet look at the monsters he went on to beat.. I wouldn't pick a single moment I would look at their careers in the round, and overall I would pick fury to rough Usyk up.. the in & out pot shotting & running rings around Joshua wouldn't work with somebody like fury
     
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  12. MarkusFlorez99

    MarkusFlorez99 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    No you haven't your account was literally created 3 months after he joined, it shows on both profiles. You can't be this stupid, you just can't.
    :risas3:

    Unless you're suggesting that you're an alt of another member predating NEET ? I wouldn't particularly be suprised although i doubt it since i can cross reference your exact paragraphs with his
     
  13. Jaxsax

    Jaxsax New Member Full Member

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    An almost 38 years old Lewis beat a 31 years old Vitali by TKO. Vitali is also taller than Lewis.

    A 27 years old Fury beat an almost 40 years old Wladimir by UD. Fury is also both taller and heavier than Wladmir.
     
  14. ShovelHook

    ShovelHook Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    P4P? Perhaps. As a heavyweight? Nooooo.
     
  15. Liquorice

    Liquorice Boxing Addict Full Member

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    You can't really compare those two fights tho .. vitali was a stand in.. u cant have two weeks to prepare for Lennox Lewis LOL.. LL was 37 btw, pretty much the same age as Wlad when he was whooping the likes of peak Povetkin & Pulev & same age as Vitali when Vitali came back and looked as good as ever destroying Peter.. & no one really gave a **** about Vitali at the time either as he was seen as a flop & a quitter after the recent Byrd fight.. wheras Fury met the K2 operation in full swing , they'd got the game, the division, the system & the grift on lock & in full swing .. getting a decision win in Germany over one of those boys was a massive feat regardless of how **** the fight was. Old or not historically it was a great win and a passing of the torch. So was Lewis' win , not saying it wasn't but you can't really compare the two.