People forget how Wilder Fury ended.

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  1. Contro

    Contro Boxing Addict Full Member

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    It ended with fury being back in control.

    Watch the 12th round again, I believe that Fury's ability to take his best shot, get back up and proceed to win the rest of he round left an impression on wilder. You could see in his eyes that he didn't understand how this could happen.
    Similar to George foreman in the rumble in the jungle not being able to take Ali out


    The fact that he's been making excuses about the first fight confirms this to me.

    The rematch will be a reality check. Boxers do better in rematches and guys who rely purely on power never stay on top for long. Wilders "reign" has been extended by pathetic matchmaking but on February 22nd fury knocks him out of his delusional bubble. He's just too mentally strong and wilder too technically limited
     
  2. Juan carlos

    Juan carlos Member Full Member

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    Tyson Fury is mentally weak that is confirmed since I tried to commit suicide, which if it is true that I could beat Wilder but the opposite could happen and Wilder could sleep that we will know when I get revenge
     
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  3. Aydamn

    Aydamn Dillian Whyte #CLEARED like I said he would be Full Member

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    Yeah we'll see... I am going to order a nice big deep pan pizza with stuffed crust, and enjoy watching Fury run around the ring trying not to get knocked out.

    Wilder knows now that he can do it, and he has felt FURY's power and actually doesnt care.. he will throw at will... I reckon Wilder jumps on Fury early.

    Fury commands no respect with his girly punches

    ETA: Wilder going for the cut Wallin smashed open
     
  4. TheRevAshton

    TheRevAshton Member Full Member

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    I'm failing to see the link there? In any case, hope you're okay bro!
     
  5. roughdiamond

    roughdiamond Bronsonville Full Member

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    What the **** did I just read?
     
  6. Juan carlos

    Juan carlos Member Full Member

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    fury tried to commit suicide
     
  7. TheRevAshton

    TheRevAshton Member Full Member

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    You're still not seeing it huh?
     
  8. Juan carlos

    Juan carlos Member Full Member

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    sorry brother my translator failed
     
  9. TheRevAshton

    TheRevAshton Member Full Member

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    Lol yeah translators can be very unreliable - But sorry mate, I just had to! :lol:
     
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    speedbaggage Member Full Member

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    You're an absolute poet.
     
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  11. Fat_asian

    Fat_asian Member Full Member

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    Tyson is a special human being, he lives for blood and guts wars, licking his own hands, standing between rounds. He moves like a 300 almost pound ali not to mention TALL. Him and deontay what they did for the sport was a epic favour. Showcasing the wily boxer/ pugilist who was perfect nearly every minute of the fight versus a technically limited monster puncher. One scored points by boxing, one by knocking his ass to the cAnvas twice. The dispute with many was: was there a long count? Did fury score more telling blows? I guess we'll see in the rematch! No controversies would satisfy.
     
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  12. CST80

    CST80 The Mercurial Mephistophelean Malcontent Staff Member

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    Yeah the fact that Wilder nearly killed Fury about a minute before that was kind of hard to shake for most people.
     
  13. MidniteProwler

    MidniteProwler Fab 4 Full Member

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    Also remember that Wilder only made the first fight with Fury because he thought that Fury was finished after his long lay off.
     
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  14. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Most of us don't "remember" things that aren't true.

    Did Wilder also want the rematch with Fury this year because he thought Fury was finished after the long layoff?

    Does Wilder also want to fight Fury in February 2020 because he thinks Fury is finished after the long layoff?

    Christ.

    Enough. Fury trained for an entire YEAR for the first Wilder fight and had two tuneups before he stepped in the ring with Deontay. And that fight with Wilder may end up being the greatest performance of Fury's career.

    Now Fury's had two more tuneups and has trained for ANOTHER whole year. And Wilder STILL wants to fight him next.

    What's going to be the excuse in 2020 when Wilder wins?

    I like this board. But sometimes I feel like you guys have just gone from thread to thread for freaking YEARS repeating the same insults over and over ... and none of them make sense anymore.

    Wilder and Fury wanted to fight each other in 2016. They went face to face in the ring in Brooklyn when Fury jumped in the ring after Szpilka got carried out on a stretcher. It looked like it would happen. Then Fury pulled his vanishing act.

    Wilder has done NOTHING to lead anyone to believe he doesn't want to fight Tyson Fury. Ever.

    I don't know why you guys insist on insulting Deontay Wilder. I get that people like some fighters better than others. We all do. But you don't have to make stuff up and then just repeat it for years.
     
  15. MidniteProwler

    MidniteProwler Fab 4 Full Member

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    I never said that Wilder didn't want the rematch.