Wilder desperate to fight fury next doenst want him to get more fighting fit lol

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  1. Okin129

    Okin129 ... Full Member

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    Agree with everything and i have already seen posters who were well known for being Joshua worshippers now completely changed the bandwagon and supporting Fury only because Joshua lost a fight, that shows you what we already knew about the character of those guys.
     
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  2. bluebird

    bluebird Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Would probably be wise for Fury to take the fight next, whilst he's still mentally stable.
     
  3. catchwtboxing

    catchwtboxing Boxing Addict Full Member

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    You only think this because you are gay for Wilder. The vast majority of the boxing community that are not lady-boys know fury won.
     
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  4. rski

    rski Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Personally I think wilder probably feels quite confident about the rematch which may seem surprising considering he was largely outboxed. But the fact is he was pretty close to a KO win, he knows that it’s likely he will land again and he might feel he can get the job done next time.

    It’s all guess work but those are the vibes I get from wilder. He seems confident after that fight, it’s encouraging he got straight back to business in his recent fight destroying his opponent.

    Whether he can actually do it is another conversation, but I really think wilder himself feels he can get anyone out of there, especially now AJ has lost as well.

    His management are probably the ones with concerns. For all his faults, wilder comes across a strong minded individual, he showed against fury he wouldn’t give up and is always a danger.
     
  5. Ironmanmt

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    There Is a chance that Wilder could land the big shot in the rematch but I think the chances are better that he gets out boxed as he did in the first fight.
     
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  6. rski

    rski Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I don’t entirely disagree, I’d tip Fury outboxing him IF he is in decent form mentally and physically, but we are talking about Wilder being fearful of the rematch, which I don’t think he is personally.
     
  7. sauhund II

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    So Fury fights den deutschen Schwarzen who gives even local club fighters a bad name and now all over sudden he is this big Giant Killer.......Newsflash, Fury gets more resistance in sparring ............if there ever was a bum , Schwarz is the pinnacle of bums.


    For the 10000000000 time, Fury was in the best shape of his life , mentally and physically against Wilder....there is no way in hell he would have gotten up from the knock down in the 12th if he would not have been in excellent shap.....he was never as close to be counted out in a stinker of a fight were he threw like 5.789 punches a round while clowning around and barely got a draw. Fact.

    I predict, and I am gladly eat crow if I am wrong, that Fury will never ever fight Wilder again.......he is all shook up from the 12th round, he knows he aint getting up the second time if nailed like that again..........he also knows that was his best but Wilder can and will improve and he will get clipped hard again....Fury will pitch lineal dis and dat but nobody gives a F...........conclusion : No fight.

    Another prediction: AJ will bail on the Ruiz rematch...........Wilder ices Ortiz again, Ruiz might take a gimme stay busy fight and then he will meet Wilder for unification.........Wilder wins and the Bodybuilder needs a payday so he will be put out of his misery quickly while padding his Pensioner account.

    The future: Wilder last man standing.
     
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  8. Ironmanmt

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    I don't know how shook up Fury Is considering he got up and did just fine for the rest of the round. Wilder may have some confidence knowing that he can drop Fury and there may also be some concern on Wilders part being that he was able to drop Fury yet was not able to close the show. What exactly Is Wilder going to improve on? He has been in the sport for 11 years and fought his first credible opponent in his 40th fight, 10 years into his career. What attributes does he have besides a big right hand?
     
  9. sauhund II

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    ^^^^^

    Wilder's power has put down Fury, and hurt him, like no other man before................as far as improvements, Wilder can time Fury's dipping with a hybrid left hook/uppercut

    You keep under selling Wilder but Fury takes him a lot more serious then anyone else, you can bank on that.
     
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  10. Ironmanmt

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    I am not under selling anybody. The fact of the matter is, Wilder Is 33 years old, 11 years into his career with 42 fights under his belt. You don't start improving at 33. If anything, he will start to decline. Fortunately for him he has power, that is his only hope from here on out and truthfully has been throughout his career as he has no boxing skill what so ever.
     
  11. Sephiroth Rising 7

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    Fury fans know deep down in their tiny hearts and minds that it doesn't end well at all for him in the rematch. This is why they're desperate for Fury to take on more pointless tune ups whilst crying on behalf of Whyte for him to fight Wilder instead of fury as if that's a more valuable fight to watch as a boxing fan

    Conveniently ignoring it is Fury who has been ordered and called to fight Dillian to which he went on record to do a complete u-turn from accepting to challenge to then deciding he wants nothing to do with the eliminator and would prefer to fight scrubs.

    yet there is no outcry for Fury ducking.

    The one HW who gets passes for

    - Proudly ducking fighters. Boasts of it

    - Pass for taking roids

    - Pass for getting help from a biased referee

    - Pass for ducking immediate rematch.

    - Pass for being a junkie

    Joshua, Wilder or anyone else would be lynched if they were caught doing just a single one of those things.
     
  12. BCS8

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    Magic!

    Cheating!

    :p
     
  13. bailey

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    I don't know about beat but don't see how he was so dissimilar as an opponent when the respective fights were made.
    You say Duhaupas beat Helenius, but that wasn't before the Wilder fight was it? No it wasn't.
    Duhaupas was also stopped after the Wilder fight by an older smaller HW. Not all fights are the same, but that's off subject.

    Tell me how you think when the respective fights were made how you think there was a known disparity in the levels

    This will be good
     
  14. Rumsfeld

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    Where did you hear that?
     
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    This.
     

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