Tyson Fury v Daniel Dubois

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  1. bbjc

    bbjc Boxing Addict Full Member

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    No chance. Dubois is gonna be a good fighter. He,ll beat joyce comfortably i reckon. More because Joyce is a knockout waiting to happen. Big dubois too stiff to ever beat fury tho. Think he,ll be good but a poor mans joshua. Tbf thats not too bad tbh.
     
  2. The Jabbernaut

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    :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:
     
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  3. UKboxingfan

    UKboxingfan Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I like the way posters decided Dubois would be unified world champion because Frank Warren told them, it’s hilarious.
     
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  4. Hattonmad

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    Absolutely stand by my comments. The boy is 23 and Joyce is a 35 year old freak of nature. Dubois needed a deep water fight before going into deep water with a man as relentless as Joe Joyce.

    DDD will come again and I'm confident he will win a title one day, possibly them all.
     
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  5. The Jabbernaut

    The Jabbernaut New Member banned Full Member

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    :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol: Well you are absolutely deluded. He has no heart, he quit, he aint got the balls to be a top fighter. He looked nervous all night. He got outjabbed all night, his so called power had no effect on Joyce.

    He's just another David Price type hypejob.
     
  6. Hattonmad

    Hattonmad Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Time will tell. Remember these posts the same way you remembered the posts praising him.
     
  7. UKboxingfan

    UKboxingfan Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Problem is you’re basing your opinions on absolutely nothing. He’s beaten nobody and hasn’t shown anything other than he can knock out tomato cans with no chin.
     
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  8. Furious

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    Do you have more doubts now though? I think the mental impact of that defeat might be fairly damaging. The nature of the defeat, subconscious cautiousness in his style due to the nature of the injury, sense of invincibility gone.. in a way at 23 all of that could be worse long term than Joshua losing to Ruiz at 29/30 whilst in his prime.
     
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  9. EJC83

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    Never have any hope for a prospect, or at least never say you do otherwise you'll get exposed in threads like this as being nothing more than a deluded dog nonce the second your predictions go wrong. Jesus. Jesus Christ.

    There is still every chance that Dubois can become a World Champion, and whilst I'm at it can we stop undermining the performance, ability and strengths of Joe Joyce by making out that Daniel Dubois is little more than a big punching lump of muscle with a thin porcelain cranium.
     
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  10. Hattonmad

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    I'm basing it on what I've seen. Potential. Are we not allowed look at a young fighter and predict big things for them?

    Terrible the way so many people want to write good young fighters off when they lose a match.
     
  11. Hattonmad

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    Of course there's more doubts now but I think you're way off about the AJ loss comparison. Best to take your hits young and come back. Most heavyweights at that age take these setbacks in the amateurs, under the radar.
     
  12. Furious

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    Could be right, I just think at the stage of career AJ was at he had the experience to manage the rematch. I’m not convinced Dubois has the emotional maturity to get through it.