Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by Scissors, Jan 10, 2019.
Wilder is going to regret not finishing the job last time out. Tyson is only going to get better.
Wilder has given all he's got and it just wasn't enough
Tyson is going to beat him the second time out, there'll be no disputing it this time though
Credit to Wilder for giving the rematch. It’s going to be huge. Fury will beat him again but Wilder is more than capable of landing that big shot.
It's what made the first fight so good and why the rematch is so interesting.
Fury is the superior boxer without question and can outbox Wilder for fun. If Wilder lands he can take Fury out, at any point from the first bell to the last. The claim that Fury has to fight a perfect fight has an element of truth to it, but Wilder for his part needs to find a way to land cleanly against a much bigger and better boxer, who has also shown exceptional heart and powers of recovery. He also needs to be able to finish the job when he does have Fury hurt, which he wasn't able to do in the first fight.
Fury's boxthing record has a draw v Wilder and 2 wins v Big Burger John McDermott - the boxthing gods usually even out their luck.
No luck required bud, just concentration and his boxing ability will see to the rest.
People talking like this is a done deal. As far as I'm aware nothing has been signed yet.
Struggling to see why Wilder wouldn't take the bigger payday v Joshua.
I think he loses both but if he fought Joshua a rematch v Joshua automatically plus a potential fight v Fury still there. He loses to Fury....who cares?
Hopefully it's in the east coast if it's in the US. I don't want another 5am start.
There was no disputing it the first time, Wilder got schooled. Unless Fury stops him likely to be fiddled again
I think it’s still a big IF. I think Wilder will duck if he can.
If the fight happens, it happens in Vegas (I reckon). That will make some serious money. If he loses to Fury, Fury then has the belt and AJ will get some stick if his team chose to avoid Fury then.
I think Wilder beats Fury in a rematch. Fury chin is too suspect and I think Wilder will be more aggressive next time.
If Fury does somehow win then they will be demanding an AJ fight with 50/50 split which I doubt Matchroom will agree to. Personally I think AJ could demand a 60/40 split currently with Fury however if Fury beats Wilder and gets the belt then a 50/50 split is about right.
WIlder being more aggressive isn't going to make him win the fight. He didn't lose as a result of lack of aggression last time.
If Fury beats WIlder in a rematch, I seriously doubt he accepts a 60\40 split. The pressure will be on Matchroom to be making that fight IMO