What if Wilder shocks the world and beats Fury what would happen to the heavyweight division

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  1. chico g

    chico g Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Then bodybuilder Joshua never gets to hold that shiny green belt. The bomb squad will see to that. lol
     
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  2. miniq

    miniq Big Stiff Idiot Full Member

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    Wilder is mentally broken

    The mental aspect is more important than the physical aspect at the very top level

    He can't beat Tyson Fury.

    He was crying before the first fight. He put up a great effort and almost knocked Fury dead but he still left that fight deep down knowing Fury has his number. He was nervous as any fighter I've ever seen in his dressing room knowing Fury was about to whoop his ass. Skills pay the bills.

    Maybe, just maybe with nothing to lose he might be able to find a different zone to work out of...you can't avoid your bodies natural response to a threat though. Fury doesn't fear Wilder, Wilder fears Fury.

    Fury just knows how to intimidate people...and if they aren't intimidated before the fight then they are during the fight. The way Fury switches catches people off guard, when he is in fight mode he is a different animal.

     
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  3. Tyistall

    Tyistall Member Full Member

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    If Wilder were to win, he would fake an injury and get out of the Whyte mandatory. Then he would fight a soft touch after that, claiming he is fresh out of rehab. Then another tune up while trying to get 60-40 with AJ hahahah. fFury is overrated so this is still a possible scenario even though Wilder is overrated too. The question would be if the WBC would strip Wilder for ducking his mandatory Whyte? I doubt they would.
     
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  4. BCS8

    BCS8 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    I agree, I feel Ortiz was robbed the first two times. There's a big question mark over those fights.
     
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  5. BCS8

    BCS8 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    I agree, but there's one guy that can beat Tyson Fury, and that guy is ... Tyson Fury. If he comes in thinking Wilder 3 will be a doddle, it just could happen that it isn't.
     
  6. Jimmy Elders

    Jimmy Elders Somali gang - rest in Pee mark lol Full Member

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    Fury is rightly rated as the number 1 in the division seeing as he never got knocked out by an obese Mexican I’d say that’s correct
     
  7. Jimmy Elders

    Jimmy Elders Somali gang - rest in Pee mark lol Full Member

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    good point but I don’t think Fury will underestimate wilder he knows one good punch from wilder can end it and will come in 100%
     
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  8. MorvidusStyle

    MorvidusStyle Active Member Full Member

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    He'll fight AJ three times. AJ, Wilder, Hearn and Winkel will live like kings while worms will boast about how much money these scumbags made.

    Fury will snap and be found in an alley behind a KFC, drowned in the vomit of a dozen bucketfuls of original recipe washed down with two dozen pints.

    Robbie Williams will release a single in memory of Fury, a remix of Supreme with a special rap sampling Fury's trash talk. It will do record sales.
     
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  9. Jennifer Love Hewitt

    Jennifer Love Hewitt Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Wilder will defend the title against the winner of Tyson vs Jones Jr.
     
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  10. sweetsci

    sweetsci Active Member Full Member

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    In the division? Wilder - Joshua.

    If Wilder beats Fury in a non-controversial fashion, the forums will be overloaded with posts about how Fury was never that good in the first place and how this proves that Wilder is a great champion with a great ability to bounce back. Furthermore, we'll see lots of posts where people claim they knew that this was going to happen all along.
     
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  11. Braindamage

    Braindamage Baby Face Beast Full Member

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    Many, many, many, many butthurt fans making all kinds of excuse why Fury lost. Excuses like, Fury had a mental lapse the night before, a relapse back on drugs, did not train, Wilder is on PED's, Fury took a dive, Fury had Coronavirus and many more that will suprise the entire boxing world. That being said, the fight is Fury's to loose. Wilder and Fury are on different ends of the skill spectrum. Wilder could train on every aspect of the sweet science for the next 3 years and still would be skill deficient compared to Fury. I don't see him improving that much more from the second fight to make the third fight competitive.
     
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  12. KernowWarrior

    KernowWarrior Cornwalls Finest Full Member

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    What has Wilder got to lose...zilch.

    Any pressure will be on Fury, Wilder cannot perform any less well than he did last time him and Fury fought.

    Even if Wilder loses badly he will leave with a sizeable wedge of money in his back pocket, more than enough for him and his family to live in comfort on.

    If Wilder were to somehow beat Fury then if there were no immediate Fury rematch clause, his best financial bet would be a AJ bout if terms suit, if not then sit back and seek out next biggest purse bout.

    Wilders invincibility shield is gone, the how to beat him plan has been exposed, so grab the big money quickly because some young gun with a good game plan will beat him, perhaps not as convincingly as Fury did, but beat him they will.
     
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  13. Oddone

    Oddone The Philosopher Full Member

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    THIS.
     
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    Oddone The Philosopher Full Member

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    Oh and we get to hear him scream bomb squad at reporters and a new remake of “To This Day!!” Original below...

     
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    jmb1356 Member Full Member

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    His only chance is his right hand and at a certain range.