Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Luizio, May 14, 2019.
Fury in a snooze fest where he throws two punches a round.
maybe just one.....
I think his hook has the same power as Wilder`s right hand.
No he`ll be able to throw more at Whyte because of the difference in speed and reach, both Wilder and Wlad were close to Fury`s reach.
Fury improved for the Wlad fight and has stayed on the same form after getting all that weight off.
Featherfisted Fury? I see Whyte has been mocking him today on Twitter asking him when the last time he knocked someone out was and saying he couldn't knockout a wank.
This is a dangerous fight for Fury.
Whyte's sheer guts, will and mean streak will keep him in the fight until late. This fight three or four years ago was easy for Fury but Whyte has improved big time in terms of physical size and boxing ability.
I go Fury UD but there will be big drama late when Whyte sees the fight going away from him
Exactly the same ??
Yeah he'll be chasing it late I agree
Fury wide, wide UD
I don't expect Fury 2.0 to be much better than the version that got put down against Cunningham. Whyte could arguably be Fury's hardest win.
Funny, I could have sworn that was Chisora closing the distance in both his fights V Fury.
Wilder telegraphs more than Whyte and is a pure head hunter. If Dillian mixes up an unorthodox rhythm with body combinations, I don't see Fury strolling away with it as some do.
We`ll find out if he catches Fury flush.
Wilder`s handspeed is faster than Whyte`s and he has a better counter jab because of his reach, he caught Fury because he kept moving back in a straight line, Wilde4r was getting closer with his straight right as the fight went on, you don`t move back in a straight line against someone with the reach of Wilder, Whyte just doesn`t have that reach at all.