Wilder KO's Fury in the rematch

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  1. bbjc

    bbjc Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Fury will stop him this time. Wilder found it hard going in there against him. The weight difference killed him hence why he immediately started talking about putting on twenty/thirty pounds for the rematch.

    He,d lose too many attributes putting that on....hence why he probably wont. Fury should also be faster and sharper. I think he,ll finish it this time. Roach was correct...should have taken him out. Wilder was flagging.
     
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  2. notjustacasual

    notjustacasual Active Member booted Full Member

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    I'm also pretty convinced Wilder lays fury out in the rematch.

    Yeah the herky jerk style fury uses is awkward but I think if Wilder commits to his jab more and doesn't get impatient he will get the right hand home sooner or later.

    Fury getting up in that first fight was incredible but I think his chin might have taken lasting damage off that ****.
     
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  3. carlingeight

    carlingeight Active Member Full Member

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    The only way I see Wilder knocking Fury out in the rematch is if Fury takes it too far with the bravado e.g. the hands behind the back stuff.

    Virtually everything about Fury will be better in the next fight, even his own punching power. What will be incredible to see is just how many risks Wilder is willing to take.
     
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  4. Southpawology

    Southpawology Boxing Addict Full Member

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    no chance, think of the doubt now in Wilder's mind.

    He hit Fury with the best 2 shot combo he had, and one of those was whilst Fury was on the way down when Fury was out. This in the 12th round...Not the first 1-3, the 12th round after boxing and moving for 30 odd minutes

    Fury still got up and won the rest of the round.

    Wilder has NOTHING now, his one punch hail mary banker is proven to be not enuff to beat big Tyson.... If I was a betting man, id go with Fury KO never mind Wilder KO
     
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  5. nurological

    nurological Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Not sure I agree. The rights he landed on fury were not huge shots. Yes the left on the way down landed but it's Wilders right that is the money shot. If he was to land that flush then fury is out. He has shown if he clips fury with the right then he can hurt him.
     
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  6. Southpawology

    Southpawology Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Wilder certainly didn't think so, by his reaction, ud have thought he'd hit him with the best he had

    The look on Wilders face when Fury got up also outlined he thought he hit with a pretty good shoot
     
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  7. nurological

    nurological Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Have a look at the rights that hurt Fury, they weren't big shots imo. Wilder can hit far cleaner and more ferocious than that. Teh question is whether he will or not.
     
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  8. Gatekeeper

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    Wilder can improve on his performance in the first fight while I'm not sure Tyson can.

    Yes that goes against logic considering TF was coming off a long layoff and weight/substance issues in the first fight but seriously what can he do differently in the rematch ?? He won't be much faster or more skilled and certainly can't plant his feet more and get power on his punches because if he does he'll be stationary and then he gets clipped and Fury for all his mental toughness does not have a great chin.
     
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  9. ButeTheBeast

    ButeTheBeast Well-Known Member Full Member

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    The beauty of this fight is nobody knows. The biggest puncher in boxing history vs the best heavyweight boxer since Ali.
     
  10. Suspect.chin

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    I think fury shouod go gor the KO. Wilder wont be expecting it at all.
     
  11. EJC83

    EJC83 Active Member Full Member

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    It took Wilder until the 8th round to land a combination on Fury, an 80% Fury.
     
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  12. Twentyman

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    His speed, timing & footwork can all improve massively, and his confidence in going the full 12 rounds. The more time in the gym the more he will improve. He is still nowhere near his peak for a heavyweight.

    Whilst I believe Wilder more than anyone is capable of knocking Fury out, I think Fury beats him more comprehensively this time. That’s no slight on Wilder, I just think Fury is elite.
     
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  13. UKboxingfan

    UKboxingfan Well-Known Member Full Member

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    This is what people are overlooking. If Fury had gone in there without those 2 warm up fights, he’d have beaten wilder to a point then probably got knocked out. The point he took the fight at he was able to just beat wilder in my opinion but the judges saw it as a draw. The further along the line he can only get better.

    Wilder fans say “Wilder will have learned a lot”, but what’s that based on? He hasn’t got the IQ to compete and learn to beat somebody with the skills/movement of Fury. Of course he’s dangerous but I just think it’s Fury’s fight to lose...
     
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  14. Hattonmad

    Hattonmad Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Mental post. "Yes it defies all logic" - you should've stopped there because as you say, it defies all logic. Of course Fury can be quicker and more skillful, that's kind of what happens when you go further than six months into a comeback and lose weight. He'll also be stronger now his body has readjusted to the weight.

    Wilder has the power to knock anyone out but you're mad if you don't realise a better version of Fury is coming.
     
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  15. Gatekeeper

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    LOL. We'll see once they get in the ring (if it ever happens).