Tyson Fury's four-fight plan thru 2020, according to Fury

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  1. Mordechai

    Mordechai Boxing Addict Full Member

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    He is better than holyfield was.
    After spong he will be mandatory for joshua (joshua will ktfo ruiz). Joshua can then unify or has to fight usyk. Usyk outpoints joshua easy and then fights the winner of fury vs wilder ( only if there will be a third fight, he wont be undisputed by 2021)
    Usyk will deal with old man pulev, who will get the first shot at usyk.

    After that usyk will take care of the wilder fury 3 winner
     
  2. Mordechai

    Mordechai Boxing Addict Full Member

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    You work for tyson fury, ask him about his real opinion on usyk, not the **** he is talking online, I bet he will tell you that usyk is the real threat
     
  3. Eggman

    Eggman Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I don’t work for him. Very loosely previously.

    And nope. He sees wilder as his main threat. He got a genuine scare fighting that man. Usyk is a bit of an after thought.
     
  4. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Um. No.
     
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  6. Mordechai

    Mordechai Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Fury needs a perfect fight to beat wilder.
    Watch his Klitschko fight, even if the fight was boring, if was a perfect fight from fury and a once in a lifetime performance. He was unbelievable sharp and smart. If he is 75% of that, then he will easily outpoint wilder
     
  7. Eggman

    Eggman Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I think Iv watched the klitschko fight enough times to last me a lifetime.
     
  8. JDub

    JDub Member Full Member

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    Kind of agree, if Fury puts a good performance in he will easily outpoint Wilder, possibly stop a punched out Wilder late, although, as exciting as Wilder is to watch, he is vastly overrated in my opinion, which ever way you slice it his only decent win is Ortiz and maybe at a push Stiverne in the first fight. I have serious doubts Wilder lays a glove on an in shape, motivated Fury and the performance from Fury wouldn't need to be anywhere near the level he fought Klitschko at. Probably not even 75% as you suggested.
     
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  9. DoubleJab666

    DoubleJab666 October 31st, 2019 Full Member

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    So how then does he corner Fury like you predicted above, if his feet are slower? You're debunking your own theory.

    And no, it won't be due to ring IQ, as Fury has him beat on that too...
     
  10. kostya by ko

    kostya by ko Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Exactly my thoughts ... if there is going to be a third ... let it take place after Ruiz/Joshua winner.
     
  11. smiffyinoz

    smiffyinoz Active Member Full Member

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    Dave Allen should be on that list, but maybe that's pushing it too far given he's ranked higher than four of the last five of Fury's opponents
     
  12. Mordechai

    Mordechai Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Quite easy. Fury gets lazy when he thinks he wins, joshua flurries and will catch in one of his flurries fury, fury will be hurt and retreat to the corner and joshua will finish him. Joshua punches way straighter than wilder and has good short punches like the uppercut and also he can throw his right hand short. Fury thinks he is better than joshua and wilder and that's why he gets lazy in the fights, against klitschko you could see that fury wasn't sure about the win, that's why he fought 100% the gameplan and never got lazy in the fight
     
  13. DoubleJab666

    DoubleJab666 October 31st, 2019 Full Member

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    That's very specific. If you can spot this obvious occurrence, why wouldn't Fury and Davison? Also, you are identifying Joshua's route to victory through a flaw in his opponent rather than a strength of AJ's. That's not the recipe for a confident prediction. You're basically suggesting unless Fury makes a clear and obvious error, then he will likely win. And on that, I agree...
     
  14. Mordechai

    Mordechai Boxing Addict Full Member

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    If fury fights according to his gameplan he wins, that is clear for me. I just don't expect fury to do it. He will get lazy like in the wilder fight, first knockdown, and joshua will ko him
     
  15. DoubleJab666

    DoubleJab666 October 31st, 2019 Full Member

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    AJ doesn't have that kind of show-stopping power. He stops fighters on accumulation of big punches and I don't see him landing enough, often enough to get the KO, even if Fury gets 'lazy'. Didn't get lazy vs Wlad btw. Stuck to a very conservative game plan for 12 rounds without deviating once. Fought with great discipline and avoided that KO punch from a better, harder-hitting fighter than AJ...
     


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