Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by Hattonmad, Jun 6, 2019.
Dan "Pudding" Rafael agrees with your card, that's when you know you have had an off night
I watched it live listening to foreign commentary and the ignorance really helped to score the fight.
Fury needs to up his offensive game to sway me but I do recognise his effective style while not being a fan of it.
Still have no idea how Fury got up in the 12th and I did give huge credit on the official thread as I did not think he could stick in that level of performance.
I well believe it. Fury has never been in shape for so long. He hasn't stayed in shape for a fraction of the time before. No weight loss training, just sharpening the tools every day. That big belly is even looking firm. Exciting times with the Wilder rematch looking imminent.
I’m hoping he’s developed some more power now. He can outbox anyone in the heavyweight division but it would be good if he didn’t have to rely on judges as often as he does.
He’s never really looked like an athlete (not that it matters) but now under Ben Davison he’s starting to look like a professional sports star. He still chats a load of pony but his work ethic seems to have improved and there doesn’t seem to be any messing around in training, outside of training or anywhere else. BD has done fantastic. Anyway back to my point he looks like a stronger man now.
I think he’ll always talk a load of pony mate, he’s madder than a bag of frogs. Totally agree though, he’s in fantastic shape. It’ll only make him quicker and more wiry. He’s naturally quite a skinny lad for his height it seems.
I think that's the exciting part. Does Tyson Fury have an extra 10%? Even the Tyson Fury who beat Klitschko was inactive and a little flabby.
I personally think he may have that extra 10%. He's literally never looked after himself. Immense credit must go to Davison as you say because he's somehow managed to keep training fun and interesting while motivating Tyson.
I see Arum has stated that not only will Fury and Wilder rematch, but they'll have a trilogy. Percentages already agreed, with the winner of the rematch getting the bigger % in the trilogy. AJ wasn't getting a look in regardless.
Not a bad thing for AJ though. It gives him time to rebuild and improve.
The AJ v Butterbean trilogy could be on the cards as well
Just goes to show that neither of them wanted AJ.
Not after being ****ed around previously no, as Finkel and Warren have repeatedly relayed without contradicting themselves many times.
Fixed that for you, mate.
Nope. Tyson isn't a draw, fact. Neither is Wilder.
Wilder has a belt that he thought was worth as much as three-four belts.
Tyson has a belt that doesn't exist.
I don't see how either man was in a position to really bargain with Hearn/AJ.
Both mens choice of opponents say's different.
Tom who? And a rematch that nobody cares about.
Fury’s a bigger name in America mate, and for the right reasons, too. I think it’s wildly recognised that the Wilder v Fury 2 fight decides who is number 1. Joshua’s reputation for the time has been tarnished, especially in America.