Tyson Fury

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  1. white is right

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    Wilder would have lost that way if Ortiz wasn't pushing 40(or older than that if the rumours are true), there is no way a guy with the legs of a giraffe can have an iron chin in the heavyweight division. Historically all of the iron chinned guys have had stout legs and generally compact builds. Vitali is an exception on the compact build but he too had strong legs.

    As for Saturday I could see a few scenarios playing out. Wilder could bum rush Fury and ko him early, or Fury could get out of the way of the wild shots and make Wilder pay and gradually weaken him and we see the Ortiz round but Fury finishes Wilder off. The fight is close to a 50-50 fight because of Fury's personal life issues.
     
  2. Phil

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    Fury by decision or Wilder by knockout. Wilder's way of winning is much easier-it just takes a split second. Fury will have to defend the entire fight.
     
  3. white is right

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    Well the final press conference ended in near chaos, minor members of both camps chimped out and scuffled. Here's the press conference......
     
  4. Odysseus

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    I think Tyson Fury's inside the head of the overrated African (I refer to all blacks as Africans). I think a focused Fury should toy with the African for 12 rounds and get a wide UD.
     
  5. Charles Martel

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    I've never been much of a fan of his, but there's nothing in boxing I'd like to see more than Fury beating Wilder on Saturday.
     
  6. whiteathlete33

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    I don't know if anyone saw but Wilder went crazy and it looked like it was on a black reporter. The usual black propaganda about they are still "fighting to this day after 400 years". I think it was after the guy mentioned that Travelers are fighters.
     
  7. white is right

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    The weigh had Wilder weighing in at 212. 5 and Fury at 256. Neither fighter faced off as the promoters feared an injury before the fight if the two fighters really started fighting. Interesting that they had a champions dinner and ex- champions were in attendance, all except Lennox Lewis picked Wilder.

    I just watched the Klitshcko fight and if that Fury is still in the body of the post 390 pound Fury he should easily beat the crude Wilder less a bomb from nowhere landing on his temple. On a side note Cooney claims that he found he has black ancestry from his grandfather and found out through ancestry.com......
     
  8. Westside

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    If Fury has the stamina, he should be able to keep Wilder at arm's length. Fury has an incredible arm reach. Fury should be able to expose Wilder relatively easy with boxing and conditioning. We will see if Fury has the conditioning. If it goes the distance Fury has a good shot of winning.

    Regarding Cooney. What soft fighter and a sorry white man in his middle age.
     
  9. The Hock

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    We've had some disappointments in recent high profile fights. Klitschko-Joshua, Kovaleve-Ward. Hope this isn't another downer.

    What concerns me is Wilder has been fairly active and working on his game and finding out who he is as a fighter. Fury not so much due to whatever. Seems he's trying to get back up there without paying the proper dues. But he does have the talent to pull this off. Of all the giant white heavies who came on the stage, Fury, David Price, and Helenius, Fury is the only one who did anything. Without a win tonight though he's just a one hit wonder.

    I think Fury needs to box aggressively and be looking to take Wilder out as soon as he can. Wilder was being out boxed in several of his recent fights but his power bailed him out. Don't give him that chance if you can help it.

    Beyond that I have no prediction for this fight.
     
  10. referendum

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    I'm actually surprised that Wilder is only a moderate favorite (like -160 to win 100 right now) over Fury. Would have thought somewhere more than two to one. Hoping for a Fury win, of course. One nice part of this is that Wilder is finally getting a legitimate foe to fight.
     
  11. The Hock

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    I was surprised Wilder is only at 212. This should give Fury a chance to push him around and wear him out if the fight goes rounds.
     
  12. icsept

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    82% of the money is on Wilder. Vegas is in a precarious position...they need Fury to win, so maybe that’s a good omen.
     
  13. white lightning

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    The fight is about to start. Good luck to Tyson Fury! It would be a big upset. Hope he can pull it off.
     
  14. Old Scratch

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    I don't understand how Wilder is only 212 lbs.
     
  15. limitless

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    I am listening to some brother describe the fight on Youtube. He said Fury is winning after 5.
     
  16. limitless

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    Fury knocked down in 9th
     
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    Fury dropped again in 12th
     
  18. Odysseus

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    I am afraid there will be a robbery because of the two knock downs in a fight Fury won CLEARLY 9 rounds
     
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    America, the root of evil and the country that slowly but surely destroys the white kind on every level! By America, I include the MILLIONS of whites who root with a passion for Africans like Wilder.
     
  21. limitless

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    Happy to see Wilder get a mark on his record.
     
  22. Old Scratch

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    Nah, DRAW! Total ********. Even all the blacks on "thecoli" which are black supremacists all had Fury way ahead and were lamenting that Wilder was getting clowned.
     
  23. Old Scratch

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    "USA! USA!" chants from the drunk white morons in the crowd earlier in the fight before Fury schooled him.
     
  24. Westside

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    Another rip off. I had Fury winning by 3 points. Fury should have kept his distance. He gave Wilder a boxing lesson. Wilder is a one trick pony. No jab.
     
  25. white is right

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    Wilder has bird legs, he is also known as "Chicken legs" on various forums. Look at his calves when you see him box and they look like a long distance runners.

    As others have stated boxing corruption at it's finest. Wilder won the knockdown rounds and maybe one other round which would make the difference 2 points, the Mexican judge clearly mailed in his decision before the fight or was toasted or stoned on Cali bud while watching the fight.

    In the end of the day titles mean very little and fighters fight for cash but this cost Fury the lion's share of the rematch money, now at best it will be an even split in England.
     
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