Tyson Fury "Deontay Wilder was one of my the easiest fights of my career"

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  1. Tyson Fury Goat

    Tyson Fury Goat Boxing Addict Full Member

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    “I said it was one of my easiest fights to be fair,” said Fury. “Other than the two knockdowns, it was a pretty one-sided fight. I’ve boxed more difficult fights than that before, much more harder than that. Deontay Wilder’s not my toughest opponent. That’s for sure.”

    Fury elaborated on what he viewed as the most taxing fight throughout his career.

    “My toughest opponent in my full career was Steven Cunningham,” recalled Fury. “He was a former cruiserweight champion that fought me in about 2013 in New York at Madison Square Garden. That was the toughest fight I ever had.”


    Its true Fury despite being in not good way to fight Wilder made it so so so so easy apart from the 2 times he got knocked down even when he got knocked down he finished strong
     
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  2. CST80

    CST80 The Mercurial Mephistophelean Malcontent Staff Member

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    He got dropped twice, the second hard, so that would be unmitigated bull****.
     
  3. Special one

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    He got up as easy as he won the fight too!!!
     
  4. Tyson Fury Goat

    Tyson Fury Goat Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Ok lets delve in to this CST i got you cornered here not going to let you off..... if you are a man you will admit you are wrong here

    So when Martinez got dropped hard in round 12 against chavez wasn't that a easy fight for Martinez? please answer this was it a easy fight YES OR NO

    Being dropped doesnt mean the fight was hard Wilder got schooled like hell for 10 rounds and even in the rounds he got the knockdowns he finished weak..............
     
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  5. chico g

    chico g Boxing Addict Full Member

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    The levels of delusion coming out of the gypsy camp are disturbing. I think the men in white coats better be waiting for Fury outside the ring after the fight.
     
  6. MorvidusStyle

    MorvidusStyle Active Member Full Member

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    I think that is an understandable comment.

    The big KD in the Wilder fight came right before the end, the other one didn't do much, and Fury won the action in that round. So from his point of view he was relatively untroubled for 11.5 rounds or so in general boxing.

    That wasn't the case against Cunningham. In the Cunningham fight he was KD'd in the early rounds and Cunningham was also boxing and scoring well so Fury was losing rounds in the early stages and had to fight his way back. It was clearly a tougher fight in the general action. And Cunningham was more skilled.

    Obviously Fury almost got stopped by Wilder, but the general fight was not tougher, I think that's his point.
     
  7. Ukansodoff

    Ukansodoff Deontay plz stop ducking Joshua. Thank you. Full Member

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    Other than 2 punches. 1 in round 9 and 1 in round 12 you could argue that Wallin put up a much better performance in Fury's last fight than wilder did when he faced him. Wallin has a stronger case for causing more damage to fury and by rights that figgt should of been stopped cuz of the seriousness of the cut. Which was caused by a punch.

    So in reality fury has a good argument for being robbed of a win against wilder and then Wallin has a good argument for getting robbed against Fury.

    And these are some of the realities of deontay the duck and his cowardly protected career.
     
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  8. CST80

    CST80 The Mercurial Mephistophelean Malcontent Staff Member

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    I scored the match a draw, because Wilder didn't get schooled you birdbrain. Now let me explain why.....

    Even going by the very biased Artorias Boxing punch stats who was arguing that Fury won, this was his punch tally.

    ______Wilder-Fury_______
    Round 1 03-03 Even Round Margin Of Error
    Round 2 03-04 Close Round Margin Of Error
    Round 3 02-07 Fury Round
    Round 4 02-06 Fury Round
    Round 5 02-10 Dominant Fury Round, or was it? (According to Compubox it was 05-07)
    Round 6 03-08 Dominant Fury Round, or was it? (According to Compubox it was 06-08)
    Round 7 06-08 Close Round Margin Of Error
    Round 8 04-06 Close Round Margin Of Error
    Round 9 04-08 + KD Wilder Round
    Round 10 01-13 Dominant Fury Round
    Round 11 01-05 Fury Round
    Round 12 07-07 + KD Wilder Round






    __Martinez-Chavez_____
    Round 1 06-01 Dominant Martinez Round
    Round 2 20-09 Dominant Martinez Round
    Round 3 31-14 Dominant Martinez Round
    Round 4 37-18 Dominant Martinez Round
    Round 5 25-06 Dominant Martinez Round
    Round 6 34-28 Martinez Round
    Round 7 30-11 Dominant Martinez Round
    Round 8 24-13 Dominant Martinez Round
    Round 9 26-10 Dominant Martinez Round
    Round 10 25-11 Dominant Martinez Round
    Round 11 39-20 Dominant Martinez Round
    Round 12 25-37 + 2 KD's Dominant Chavez Round


    One is a dominant schooling, the other is a very close fight, where one guy flicked out a few more jabs for 6 rounds and may have barely edged 4 of them by a punch or two, which could have gone either way and clearly lost two 10-8 rounds.

    The Other was a DOMINANT SCHOOLING for 10 of 11 rounds and lost one round 10-8..... see the difference?

    One was a tight very & nip and tuck for 12 rounds fight, the other was a very easy fight for 11 of 12 rounds.

    And when the **** did Martinez say the Chavez match was his easiest?
     
  9. Ukansodoff

    Ukansodoff Deontay plz stop ducking Joshua. Thank you. Full Member

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    His last fight seemed more hard work than the Wilder fight. Wallin also caused more damage and had a case to say that fight should of been stopped. Is Wallin better than Wilder?
     
  10. JDub

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    that’s what always makes me laugh when people predict what’s going to happen before the fight, it’s like they have missed the whole point of boxing.... anything can and does happen.

    (talking about Fury’s cut, he could of legit been stopped by Otto “the school bus driver” Wallin)
     
  11. theanatolian

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    It was a harder work than Wlad too, same Wlad whose older version gave Joshua the fits after an 18 months lay off.

    Wallin>Wilder, Joshua, Wlad
     
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  12. Work the body

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    I don’t believe Fury when he says that. It was quite obviously his toughest fight. You must burn off a lot of nervous energy fighting Wilder as well.
     
  13. Cally

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    I gave wilder more than most in the first fight, I wax being generous and gave him round 2,9 and 12 I think it was.

    Wilder won 3 rds max
     
  14. Ukansodoff

    Ukansodoff Deontay plz stop ducking Joshua. Thank you. Full Member

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    Id actually put Wilder last. Wilder hasnt beaten any of the other 3.
     
  15. catchwtboxing

    catchwtboxing Boxing Addict Full Member

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    The Wallin fight was tougher than Wilder. The judges in the Wilder fight are probably his toughest opponent.
     
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