Wilder will stop Fury in the third match

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  1. Olu G. Rotimi

    Olu G. Rotimi Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    If they took Fury lightly after their first fight then they were stupid. I don’t believe they did to say that is just an excuse. Wilder’s biggest problem is a lack of boxing fundamentals. When Fury changes tactics in the 2nd fight pushing Wilder back he could not adjust or adapt. I have seen a lot of Wilder and he is basically the same guy.
     
  2. The Real Lance

    The Real Lance Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I think Wilder can only win if he lands the 'overused' lucky punch. Otherwise it's #2 all over again.
     
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  3. Dance84

    Dance84 Unicorn and seastar land Full Member

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    lol at calling it lucky when many have fallen victim to it. wilder is limited but he did not make it this far with just luck

    hater i knew it typical lance
     
  4. On The Money

    On The Money Dangerous Journeyman Full Member

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    I didn't see anything in the second fight to suggest Wilder can go from zero to hero. He'll have the same punchers chance he had in February.
     
  5. The Real Lance

    The Real Lance Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I'm talking specifically about Wilder and Fury you douchebag troll... Wilder is NOT outboxing Fury. If you think he is, you are even dumber than I gave you credit for...
     
  6. Tankatron

    Tankatron Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Did you actually watch the fight? TF never really let Wider set anything up or get his game plan going and no amount of Wilder trying to fight off the back foot would have made an apeth of difference. TF beat Wilder at his own game by being the ring bully with all of his 270lb.

    Wilder came in at pretty much his career heaviest and still got rag dolled, a lighter Wilder will likely sucumb even quicker.
    I think TF respects Wilders power but, he seems to have zero fear of it and has Wilders number, especially now Wilder is in the twilight of his career and carrying the after effects of a lot of wear and tear, particularly on his hands and arms.
     
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  7. Scar

    Scar Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    I can agree with that going into the first fight, but in the rematch?, no way. Especially not after Wilder's knockdown of Fury in the 12th. That knockdown would have been a KO for 100% of all the Heavyweights out there. They came well prepared for a long tough fight in the rematch but didn't expect Fury to smother, bully and brutalize Wilder the way he did. You can clearly see Fury's positioning, he never stood in the range of Wilder where his right hand would land with full snap. He always closed the distance every time he noticed Wilder was getting comfortable and immediately jumped on him to keep him on the defensive and never comfortable. Fury did his homework and honestly unleashed yet another legendary performance. Fury got all the credit and attention for that victory, but the performance itself remains underrated in my opinion. People with no clue whatsoever about what they're watching tend to blame Wilder for losing rather than give credit to Fury's performance, ring IQ and ridiculous movement and awareness especially at that size. The reason why Wilder looked bad is because Fury studied him well and gave him zero openings or breathers throughout the entire fight. A third fight could result in Wilder's retirement. He will get pummeled even worse. Wilder has insane power and nothing else, he won't be able to adapt and provide any answers. He will fight in the third fight exactly like he did in the last two fights. Fury, on the other hand, has ATG quality skills. Fighters with skills like that always adapt and bring out different performances given the challenge ahead.
     
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  8. Vegan Beast

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    Yes I watched the fight bro. And I agree. No matter what DW did it probably wouldn't have made a difference.

    But I still think he expended too much energy too soon. He should have picked his shots more carefully, rather than just throwing and throwing hoping for the best.
     
  9. RightLeftCombo

    RightLeftCombo Active Member Full Member

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    Wilder has a puncher's chance if Tyson's hasn't trained properly, or takes him lightly and switches off during the fight or something like that.
     
  10. Holler

    Holler Doesn't appear to be a paid matchroom PR shill Full Member

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    Maybe if Breland and Deas bought a very long trenchcoat, Mark could climb on Jay's shoulders and Wilder would finally have found someone big enough to accept boxing tuition from?

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  11. Somali Sanil

    Somali Sanil Wild Buffalo Man Full Member

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    Tbf mate, Fury was the first prime capable fighter that Wilders ever fought, he feasted on poor opposition, that’s how he’s got this far undefeated. He’s been champ for years but probably was never a top 5 fighter h2h
     
  12. Ted Stickles

    Ted Stickles Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I think he thought Fury was bluffing and planned to box like the first fight and was completely caught off guard and thrown off of any game plan he may have had.
     
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  13. Ted Stickles

    Ted Stickles Boxing Addict Full Member

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    The differences between the 2 is Fury can adapt and change and Wilder cannot, and Fury has a better skill set.
     
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  14. lepinthehood

    lepinthehood The Stoneman Full Member

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    So you dont think Fury cant improve? Delusional. everyday hes getting better, hes forgotten more about the game than wilder knows, i know you want a great comeback but history proves that things like that dont happen often, the more complete fighters win and then win again, now hes seen Wilder twice, he knows him inside out. It will be easier for Fury, KO3
     
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  15. Dance84

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    Never said he was . imagine calling a knock out artist a lucky tho.