The first Fury's defeat will be with Usyk

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  1. N17

    N17 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    It's a very very tough fight for Fury.

    Don't write off Usyk.
     
  2. BELLERS

    BELLERS Active Member Full Member

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    As others have said, it depends which Fury turns up.
    The Wilder fight at the weekend is not a good yardstick to judge. Fury lacked motivation & conditioning against a determined Wilder, who was possibly at his best.
    Tyson Fury lives on the edge, could retire at any given moment. He has money, relative health, a big family etc. Time will tell.
     
  3. Brighton bomber

    Brighton bomber Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    I think Uysk will definitely give Fury problems. Will he give him enough problems to get the win, I don't know but if anyone can beat him it's Usyk. But I'm favouring Fury, he's too big, too well rounded and if Fury makes it physical I find it hard to see how Usyk deals with it.

    I'm just fascinated to see what both these amazing fighters game plans will be to deal with their opponents style.
     
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  4. Boxing2019

    Boxing2019 If you want peace, prepare war. Full Member

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    If you can beat Anthony Joshua when everyone gave you up for dead you can beat even Tyson Fury.
     
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  5. Reppin501

    Reppin501 The People's Champ Full Member

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    Fury beats him and I’m not sure it’ll be that close.
     
  6. Boxing2019

    Boxing2019 If you want peace, prepare war. Full Member

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    Never underestimate fighters like USyk

    He could knock down the bank in the HWs.
     
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  7. On The Money

    On The Money Dangerous Journeyman Full Member

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    Usyk will have to beat him twice same with the bodybuilder. Not beyond The Cat but I don't see Fury losing twice to him.
     
  8. FastSmith7

    FastSmith7 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Fury is not 6'9, hes 6,7
    Fury is exactly the same height as Breazeale
     
  9. Surrix

    Surrix Boxing Addict banned Full Member

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    I'm not so sure.
    Cos Fury had proved that he might be a bit too undisciplined.
    Also they indirectly had common opponent in Cunningham.
    Glowacki when he was in prime and 1-0 in world title fights had floored Cunningham who had previously stopped young Huck.
    While Glowacki for sure didn't had looked as ATG vs Usyk and vs Briedis too and sorry: he was too weak to debilitate the same old over the hill Briedis post surgeries version with rabbit punch and get little soft IRL lesson from old Briedis.
    Even elbow he did not had get with 100% possible force.
    Interestingly Glowacki manager did not had protested his fight vs Valsov cos he had won this one.
    Dirtyboxe lesson Ward and Briedis should learn here from him.
    Overall: Usyk had beat 2 opponents Cunningham had: Huck and Glowacki.

    Glowacki I think never had prime Wlod level or Adamek LHW level.
    Best level he ever had was appeals and claims.
     
  10. infini IV

    infini IV Active Member Full Member

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    I'd put my money on usyk
     
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  11. Mordechai

    Mordechai Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I don't think fury can get back in shape like in the wlad fight, cause he abused his body so much that it's not physically possible anymore. He needs this shape to beat usyk. So fury will not be under 265 pounds, slower and less stamina and sloppier than in the wlad fight.

    Mark my words, this fury loses to usyk.
     
  12. Serge

    Serge Ginger Dracula Staff Member

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    Krassyuk said Usyk stepped aside because as a boxing fan he wanted to see a unification match up at HW

    He also shares Usyk's thoughts on Saturday nights fight

     
  13. Jackman65

    Jackman65 Oh yeah, FJB! Full Member

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    This is a great fight, I hope it happens. It will not have the same hype as the AJ Fury potential matchup or the same hype as the Fury Wilder fights but boxing fans will enjoy the chess match. Fury talks a lot of crap but he’s a very smart fighter. Usyk will have his hands full and fight his best fight ever.

    If this fight ever happens, I expect Fury to fight like he did in the third Wilder fight. He loves the swag that comes with being a big puncher. With his size, he could keep Usyk on the outside and have a better chance of winning a boxing match. Fury wants the superstardom that comes from big knockouts. Usyk has a great chin, is an accurate puncher, puts constant pressure on opponents and has excellent stamina. Fury might gas if he gets too aggressive and might walk into a Usyk shot. If this is how the fight goes down, it’s going to be a good one.
     
  14. tee_birch

    tee_birch Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Fury has a brilliant gas tank
     
  15. jmb1356

    jmb1356 Active Member Full Member

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    Usyk has the best chance. Should be a good fight. Fury knows how to fight tall, Usyk's movement and ring IQ are on par with Fury.
     
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