Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Scott Cork, Dec 3, 2022.
Probably against a scrub like Washington
Seems plausible. It isn't as if Wallin would actually hurt him or anything.
I'd like to see him take on Mike Balogun, undefeated, strong as hell, he's 39 so needs an opportunity like this to make it anywhere near the top level. He's a former gridiron player with good boxing skills so would bring that intense physicality like the likes of Glanton.
Perhaps so but at least he'll have a credible opponent who'll bring will and hunger to the table alongside many physical abilities.
What the hell is that
Fury should fight Wallin again instead of Chisora. But he wants none of that
American/Canadian football is referred to as gridiron to differentiate them from rugby football, gaelic football and association football. The more you know.
I think Washington is optimistic. Probably more like Kingpin Johnson or something.
I mean, it is not completely Wallin's fault. He was willing to fight Whyte, who chickened out. But, if he is going to fight bums, he ought to fight often, and there is a very good fight to be made out there with Helenius, now, that could be sold as a kind of Nordic torch-passing. Time for his team to get on the ball.
Yes. Wallin put up a better fight against Fury than Chisora and deserved a rematch, he nearly stopped him with the cut.
But Fury is taking the easier fight against the 6'1" shopworn Chisora.
He should have stopped him with the cut..... It was a disgusting cut i've seen a lot less worse than that stopped on cuts.
Fury showed guts in that fight to get through it.
Thanks, man. You're a cool guy.
Wallin vs. Hrgovic would be good...
Not too bright, big surprise.