Tyson Fury will put his guard up and walk down Joshua and make him wilt

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  1. Tyson Fury Goat

    Tyson Fury Goat Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Tyson fury 6 foot 9 probably even 280 when he fights Joshua...........

    When Fury walks you down with his size you just wilt and get tired with the mere presence of him just fighting him off is like fighting 3 men with a fridge freezer on top of you...........You are under so much mental and physical stress with a man of that size that just keeps coming at you and mauling you its extreme stress you cant even implement you own game plan

    Joshua already has stamina issues probably fury will walk him down jab his head and lean on him and rag doll him joshua looks big and strong but really looks can be deceiving

    I have never been wrong Fury will stop joshua late on.................but it will be a good fight
     
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  2. mark ant

    mark ant Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Fury never uses a high guard and it would impede his slipping ability which is his main strength.
     
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    mark ant Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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  4. Sugar 88

    Sugar 88 Absolutely Diabolical Full Member

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    I doubt it. Joshua can box a lot better than Wilder can so that'd be a poor tactic for Fury to use IMO. I don't doubt he'll look to establish the centre of the ring behind a long jab but to think he's going to plod forward with his hands up and wing away at Joshua seems pretty fanciful to me.
     
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  5. Tyson Fury Goat

    Tyson Fury Goat Boxing Addict Full Member

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    thats debatable but even if he did he is not stronger then him
     
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  6. miniq

    miniq Big Stiff Idiot Full Member

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    Fury already has AJ mentally

    The physical destruction will be the easy part

    AJ hasn't got the footwork, gas tank, heart or toughness to endure Fury.

    AJ will be hiding behind that high guard getting battered.

    AJ is so straight up and basic compared to Fury it's not even funny.

    Styles make fights, AJ would be the perfect man to continue Wlad's big stiff idiot type dominance...but Fury is the man. He will take AJ apart.

    Fury will deal with AJ even easier than Wilder. AJ's only chance is to run forward and blow his load all over Fury's face...then when he's blowing his butt off Fury will finish him off. I tried to make that sound sexual as possible because we are going to witness a rap3.

    AJ knows, he isn't a dummy. Talking about Fury retiring and being a different era to him. He wishes.

    Anthony Joshua still basically has his amateur team.

    Fury has trained & received tutelage under: John Fury, Hughie Fury, Peter Fury, Steve Egan, Ben Davison, Sugar Steward, Manny Steward, Freddie Roach, The Mayweathers, Rob McKraken, Brendan Ingle & more.

     
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  7. The Z man

    The Z man Dog food sandwiches LOL banned Full Member

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    I see Fury using a long jab and making aj miss, pot shotting him with right hands and hitting him with short uppercuts as he rushes in

    Fury will smother his work on the inside and lean down hard on him to tire aj

    Fury by points or mid-late rounds tko
     
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  8. Doppleganger

    Doppleganger Southside Slugger Full Member

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    So is Tyson Fury gonna grow a couple of inches then? He's not 6ft 9in, never has been, never will be.

    There will be about an inch and a half at most between them.
     
  9. chatty

    chatty Boxing Addict Full Member

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    He might but its a lot riskier than walking down Wilder. Wilder cant fight on the inside, Joshua can, also Joshua has a great uppercut and Fury would have to be very wary of that if hes fighting up close.

    Joshua also knows how to clinch which wilder didnt and though hell be lighter than Fury, probably, he'll have enough weight and muscle to be able to grapple back, hell hes probably the stronger of the two.

    Its a great gameplan for Wilder because he doesnt know how to clinch, he cant fight on the inside and he loses his power because he cant get leverage on his shots. Very different fight v Joshua where I think Fury would be better making it a boxing fight, at least for the first 6-8 anyway.
     
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  10. HellSpawn86

    HellSpawn86 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I expect Fury to make it a boxing match and use his reach. If AJ tired then it makes sense to go for the attack, but not before. AJ is pretty skilled himself.
     
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  11. KernowWarrior

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    If Fury fought AJ in the style he fought Wilder then in my opinion he loses, walking down AJ would not be wisest approach.

    Fury using his unconventional skillset allied with him being a big ol unit is the approach i would be advocating.

    But hey Fury has proved us keyboard experts wrong in the past and won by doing things his way.

    Yes let us see a telephone booth tear up, hell yeah, none of that dancing round the ring malarky........WAR.
     
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  12. ipitythefool

    ipitythefool "Let's get ready to mumble" Full Member

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    Fury is not going to rag doll Joshua no way. Joshua is also a good inside fighter so plodding forward is asking for an uppercut .

    Fury wins by doing pretty much what he did to Wlad. Keep it long with point scoring jabs and occasional unorthodox flurries. Joshua has a good jab but doesn't have good stamina so eventually Fury will dominate on the outside.
     
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  13. mark ant

    mark ant Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Look at AJ`s KO percentage:
    Total fights 24
    Wins 23
    Wins by KO 21
    Now compare his record to Fury`s:
    Total fights 31
    Wins 30
    Wins by KO 21
     
  14. mark ant

    mark ant Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    AJ is 6'6. Fury`s reach is 85 inches while AJ`s is 82 inches.
     
  15. mark ant

    mark ant Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    AJ never rushes in and has a high guard, Fury has never hurt a fighter with an uppercut while AJ has a very powerful uppercut, like the one he hurt Wlad with.
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