Wilder says Furys fingernails led to ear bleeding

Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Rikicortz, Nov 18, 2020.

  1. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    Jun 25, 2014
    Like I said, you "60 Percenters" always leave out what "percentage" Fury was for his other fights. (Like you've done again.)

    While you INSIST Fury was Garbage in that first fight, one of Fury's worst outings ever apparently by the way you describe him, you always fail to mention where you thought he was better.

    Because I like Tyson Fury. And his fight against Wilder the first time was probably one of the best fights of his career.

    But, feel free to name all the fights where Fury was CLEARLY so much better than he was the night he fought Wilder the first time (since that was only 60 percent Fury). Let's hear them. Name all the fights where he was better than an Wilder I?

    And, if there aren't at least 28 better performances, then apparently you have answered your own question and you CAN come back from that and be in excellent form in a year.

    Fury fought great that night, and Wilder still came within ONE point of outpointing him.
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  2. daverobin

    daverobin Well-Known Member Full Member

    Oct 30, 2015
    If nobody knows what a narcasist is — just watch how Deontay wilder acts !!! Full blown narcasist that can’t accept defeat !!!!
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  3. Serge

    Serge Ginger Dracula Staff Member

    Jul 21, 2009
    This interview really is gold

    I heard many claim that we should go easy on the Tuscaloser because he was in a very dark place and mentally unwell but I knew it was just a case of the success going to his head, him being an incredibly sore Tuscaloser and his usual delusional self after being gassed up something rotten by his equally delusional fanbase because I've been aware of how insanely delusional he is for a long time.

  4. chatty

    chatty Boxing Addict Full Member

    Aug 18, 2009
    Fury must have some long fingernails for his hands to be in the sleeve, reach over an egg shaped object, through a glove and be able to penetrate inside of Wilders ear to bust it open.

    And to plan all this, maybes Fury is some sort of mystical genius.
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  5. chatty

    chatty Boxing Addict Full Member

    Aug 18, 2009
    Rest assured if there is a third fight Fury is going to mentally obliterate Wilder with all thes excuses hes made.
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  6. granth

    granth Well-Known Member Full Member

    Nov 12, 2010
    Wilder will always have the power to change a fight. Thing is, he looked so out of sorts in the second fight and that was because he was basically bullied. In the first fight, Fury was clearly not at 100% and chose to out box and fiddle his way to victory. In the second fight, he imposed himself. Like in his phone call to his dad after the fight, he basically said "I was too big for him Dad". Fury bullied him around the ring and I see no reason to expect a different outcome in a third fight.
  7. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    Jun 25, 2014
    Wilder not only has the power to change the fight, he has the power to win by stoppage or decision, as fight one showed. And Fury has the power to do the same as well.

    And they have both scored two knockdowns each.

    I think Wilder's rage and need for revenge will be on full display here. Rage and revenge seems to trump fear. As Floyd Patterson demonstrated after getting bounced seven times by Johansson.

    I look forward to fight three. I think it'll be the best of the series.
  8. Wizbit1013

    Wizbit1013 The Original 101.3 Full Member

    Mar 17, 2018
    More chance of AJ vs Fury than bloody fingernails penetrating a boxing glove

    Wilder is the most stupid man in boxing
  9. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    Jun 25, 2014
    Not really. Fury was doing a lot of palming. And nobody has said how Wilder got cuts in his inner ear?

    It was a dirty, brutal fist fight. Neither was playing around. Fury certainly took it to Wilder with everything he had. People thought Fury was actually going to kill him. **** happens during a fight. For all the hype that has happened since then, that was fight was "a true fight."

    Nobody spit out his mouthpiece and quit without a mark on his face or showed up weighing 300 pounds and was all smiles after losing.

    Let's see if Wilder can up his game. Two losses will hit Wilder with a dose of reality. Or, revenge will maybe give credence to some of his charges.

    There's a lot at stake. The number one spot in the division and the whole sport.
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  10. N17

    N17 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    Feb 16, 2013
    What next? Seriously.. what will he say next?

    It's getting so ridiculous now I'm half expecting him to say "the knockdowns were not legitimate, the first the referee tripped me and the second.. well, it's clear to see I was shot in the leg by Mark Breland"
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  11. Stiff Jab

    Stiff Jab Despiser of Super-Middleweights Full Member

    Jan 7, 2019
    ...okay, I'll bite.

    How do you scratch someone through boxing gloves?
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  12. sparta

    sparta Active Member Full Member

    Feb 4, 2008
    You forgot the growth hormone steriods
  13. mirkofilipovic

    mirkofilipovic ESB Management Full Member

    Jan 7, 2014
    Wilders Vagina is bleeding
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  14. granth

    granth Well-Known Member Full Member

    Nov 12, 2010
    I'd love to see the odds on Wilder winning by decision. Can't see it myself. If his "rage" comes out in the form of him swinging wildly he'll get taken out inside 3 rounds this time.
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  15. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    Jun 25, 2014
    Through the palm of the glove. That's the whole "glove gate" argument. That Fury didn't have his hand fully in the glove at different points. That he'd slid his hand slightly down and made a fist in the palm of his glove, and that's why the top or padded portion of his gloves at different times appear to be flopping (because there was no hand in the end of it). Either that, or the glove was loaded. Those, I believe are the two arguments. (I don't keep up, except when someone posts about it here - which they seem to do every week for nine months.)

    It's pointless to debate it with him. He's rationalizing the loss.

    Like I said earlier, heavyweight champions aren't like other boxers. They have to "believe' they can beat anyone. Once you acknowledge you "can't," and you say the other guy is better than you are then it's doubtful you'll get back to the top.

    That's all this is.

    That said, sometimes the "rationalizations" fighters make end up being true. So, who knows. Sometimes it takes decades to find out. It's not like people get punched in the side of the head with a boxing glove on and it scratches their inner ear.

    Sounds dumb now. So did Zack Clayton was bribed, someone loosened the ropes, and my trainer drugged me when Foreman said them. And we found out at least two of those were true much much later.