Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Luizio, May 14, 2019.
Looks likely to happen, who wins?
Fury will outbox Whyte, he`ll show him movement that he`s never seen, he`s always moving his head his feet and threatened to punch, he has an active guard, Whyte is simply not at this level and doesn`t have Wilder`s reach to get to Fury, Tyson will keep him on the end of his long jab, Whyte is much slower than Fury, I feel Fury wins easily.
I agree, he should out box him, but im surprised how so few rate that left hook of Whyte's now, since surgery its got better and better to head and body. If it lands on anyone like it did Chisora its lights out, that's for everyone imo. I actually think its harder than anything Wilder throws now
sleep, sleep wins in a shutout.
White by devastating KO. Furies chin has been cracked. Next solid punch he takes will be his last
fury has always had an eggshell. thus why he only fights small featherfists when it isn't a title shot.
He can be dropped, but so can they all at Heavy, none have a Vitali chin, thing is Tyson got up on legs like it was only a flash knock down and showed he wasn't as hurt as he should be if he had a bad chin by coming right back..Whytes left hook though is a big problem for all
Gotta favour Fury to win a decision. He's clearly the better boxer and should be able to use his size and movement to keep Whyte on the outside.
Whyte will no doubt be dangerous but I just don't think he has the style to pressure Fury effectively enough to force a stoppage or win on points. Whyte's footwork has never been that good and his balance can be poor, I see him struggling to get to Fury and being made to miss which will see him off balance and unable to close the distance.
he got put on rubber legs by Firtha, dropped heavily by Pajkic and Cunningham. all three hand picked opponents because they were featherfists. since then he has totally changed his style to protect his glass jaw.
I've always said Fury is Whyte's hardest fight out there for a number of reasons, style being the main one.
But Whyte has a strong team, and they have achieved so much to date with regards strategy, training and development. Whyte has adapted to so many different types of opponents as of late, and has shown to be great at adapting his style to grind out the win even if it ain't pretty.
Whyte's best chance and gameplan to defeat Fury is to slow Fury down with SERIOUS body punishment before going in for the kill.
This fights ends in two ways:
Fury by UD
Whyte by late TKO/KO
He took a big left hook right after he got up....
And then went toe to toe with wilder for the rest of the round
Fury can't ever lose, he got kod and still didn't lose. The furious one by points
Fury dominates and stops him. Whyte is a counter puncher and isnt good on the front foot. Fury would make him come forward and Whyte with his slow feet would fall short every single time. Whyte would be gassed and stopped in the late rounds.
Fury would have an advantage fighting a taller guy while Whyte coming off a short HW.
RIGHT now one has to think Fury could stay away from Whytes looping pushing right hand.
The left hook is what will win it for Whyte ,Fury doesn't need to stay in pocket where Whytes most dangerous , Whyte would really have to cut the ring off constantly in this one.
Whyte again , makes a difficult fight but will he win ?
Not so sure against the 6'9er. I'm still a believer he's about 4 fights off from being where he needs to be for top 3. Furys another one annoying as hell so I wouldn't mind seeing it but I would take him here at least now.
I agree with this. Fury would be my favorite, and i also agree Whyte's only chance to win would late TKO. Whyte will have to show incredible maturity, skill and patience. He will be losing the fight all the up to a TKO win. This would be a very impressive win for Whyte should it happen.