Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by NasalSpray, Jul 8, 2019.
sponge ain't got no filling
it's a one trick pony
Comes in a tough teak tin
Not so sure I agree with the OP that Fury destroys Whyte. People think it’s a re run of the Chisora fight but I think Whyte would play rough and really drag Fury into a rough house brawl.
Fury shouldn’t even be unbeaten, 27-1–1 is his true record when you consider the judges shafted McDermott. The master boxer was also dropped by Neven Pajkic, dropped by Steve Cunningham and almost decapitated by Wilder... yes he is a tough mofo but so overrated on these forums
Whyte is a pudding and cannon fodder for the skills of Fury - he would be breathing out of his arris after 2 rounds punching fresh air.
Lmao, if McDermott vs. Fury was a robbery, what's Fury vs. Wilder??
Not a robbery. Watch instead of listening to the commentators and thinking that showboating = winning a fight. He landed next to nothing and got dropped hard twice by a bloke who was 50 lbs lighter than him.
If it was such a robbery how come even Fury himself has barely mentioned it being one since? Fury knows he blagged that bigtime and was handed a massive favour from the commentary.
Don't go bringing facts into this please mate. The Fury cheerleaders are almost as bad as Joshua's.
The worst brown paper bag decision ever seen in a boxthing ring anywhere in the world since the start of time was Fury v McDonut - Spud O'Connor should have taken up a referee's job in knitting contests if he really believed his card was accurate.
Spud got away with that card and still to this day incredibly continues in a role as ref and judge with a long history of cards that simply cannot be explained by career incompetence.
Oh my fhooking God
Boxing ain't for you are your blind
Not a robbery really
Fury vs McDermott was a truly abysmal decision, no matter how ypu judge a fight it's inconceivable fury won that.
How does a decision loss to McDermott 10 years ago (in his 8th pro fight, a result which he avenged about 10 months later) mean anything to how Tyson Fury should be rated now ??
He aint unbeaten as he likes to claim
Mental, isn't it. I've said this a million times on here and wasn't bothered to say it again. Not only was it ten years ago, he literally rematched the guy soon after and stopped him. Unbelievable that people talk about the first fight as though it's relevant.
Ten years ago Anthony Joshua hadn't even entered a boxing gym. Wilder was trying to play basketball professionally. Ruiz Jr had his first professional fight. Hughie's Fury's balls hadn't dropped.
Good post pal, very true
Officially he is unbeaten. Loads of unbeaten fighters have a debatable or a terrible decision somewhere on their records but don't go around talking about that time they got a gift. Rocky Marciano is remembered as unbeaten, for example, but had a couple of hotly disputed decisions on his way up. Besides, it is irrelevant what Fury claims or whether he lost to McDermott or whatever. The point is, his rating at the moment in 2019 has nothing to do with what he claims or what anyone else claims about what happened 10 years ago in the 8th pro fight. If his 8th pro fight was officially a LOSS, he'd still have the same rating.