What approach will Fury take to the trilogy?

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  1. miniq

    miniq Big Stiff Idiot Full Member

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    Furys inside game is top class. He could create a little more room for himself at times but he prefers to wrestle and feel his opponents strength. Mawling effort.

    Perfect style of inside fighting against AJ who you don't want to give room to let off his combos.
     
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  2. Sean weir

    Sean weir Member Full Member

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    I think the fight will be much the same, but it will be over far more quickly this time round.
     
  3. GlassJoe

    GlassJoe 1-99 TBE Full Member

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    I think that he definitely could hang inside and just throw body shots all day if he wanted, but like you said, he wants to put his weight on Wilder, rough him up, take him into the dark and murky swamp.
     
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  4. UFC2020

    UFC2020 Active Member Full Member

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    Wilder will expect it and plan for it in the rematch. If Wilder has a proper response for those tactics then Fury will have to quickly switch to Plan B and C
     
  5. MidniteProwler

    MidniteProwler Fab 4 Full Member

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    I reckon Wilder will think he is prepared for it and try whatever new move Scott has shown him, it won't work and he will revert back to his old ways and get terrorized by Fury again.
     
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  6. Ted Stickles

    Ted Stickles Boxing Addict Full Member

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    If somethings not broke why fix it? His approach last time out worked great and if it turns to a boxing match that’s in Fury’s favor to. Wilders only chance is a Ko
     
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  7. Nick UK

    Nick UK New Member Full Member

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    That made me spit out my coffee! Brilliant
     
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  8. northpaw

    northpaw Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Wilder has to date not exhibited the ability to evolve. This is a hypothetical that is well near the realm of impossibility
     
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  9. GlassJoe

    GlassJoe 1-99 TBE Full Member

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    First of all, jeebus where did that profile pic come from haha. I think what his pops is working on with him is that instead of just roughing him up inside, also use angles for punching. Don't be so stationary all the time, make Wilder think about where he's going to be and what he's doing. Not just the same or predictable habit, because who knows how much training to adapt to that tactic Wilder has done.
     
  10. Rakesh

    Rakesh Member Full Member

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    It seems Fury was planning to manhandle and bombard AJ which was why he gained so much weight (and was quite horrendous to look at those love handles tbh). Pretty sure when Wilder crashed back into the party with the lawsuit, Fury set the whole Covid-19 thing up for more time to lose the weight because slugging with Wilder is suicide. Im pretty sure he is going to combine both styles and switch between going on the backfoot and front foot. Maybe start off early letting Wilder come forward and later in the rounds once he isn't as fresh, blast him. Just my 2 cents.
     
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  11. GlassJoe

    GlassJoe 1-99 TBE Full Member

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    That's what I wonder as well. It's not easy to switch back and forth or go in between these approaches. If anyone can do it however, it's Fury. If he can, he's brilliant.
     
  12. Boxing2019

    Boxing2019 If you want peace, prepare war. Full Member

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    A good, good beating on Wilder's ears.


    Fury's hooks on the opponent's ears are underrated. Are the best shots of his arsenal imo.
     
  13. PernellSweetPea

    PernellSweetPea Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Tentative but similar to the second fight. I think Wilder is dangerous in this fight and anything could happen early..
     
  14. BCS8

    BCS8 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Same as the second fight. Suck up Wilder's space, deprive him of the room to get his whiplike shots going. Lean on him, maul him, tie him up . Club him up close and make the size tell. Once Wilder's muscles swell with blood from all the clinching and shoving he's going to lose the speed that makes him dangerous and from then on its over.