Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder III

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  1. The Hock

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    This one snuck up on me. I'm always nervous with high profile fights like this.

    Fury calls Wilder the hardest puncher in HW history. I think he's just trying to hype the fight but Wilder does hit hard.

    I think Fury can handle him again.
     
  2. Phil

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    Fury has to fight smart. No wildness. No going for the knockout. Just very carefully outbox Wilder. Cause Wilder can absolutely knock out Fury if Fury isn't careful. Fury must respect Wilder's knockout power.
     
  3. Jew

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    Wilder is too heavy. He will gas out.
     
  4. Leonardfan

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    Fury wins!!
     
  5. white lightning

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    Onward Christian Soldiers. In the Pre Fight Interview Wilder was saying he is fighting for the bad guy down stairs. He even said in the interview face to
    face that his God(Devil) will beat Furys God(The Creator). This made the knockout win that much more special as there is so much evil in the world.
    Tyson Fury has to now be considered one of the all time greats.
     
  6. Bucky

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    That was an amazing fight! Not going to lie Wilder had me worried when he knocked down The Gypsy King twice! Fury willed himself up and dominated the rest of the fight.

    The caste hoes calling the fight were clearly rooting for Wilder. They were giddy saying his name twice the rate of Fury, who was the manwinning the fight. However; midway through that ass beating they were already setting up the table for their Black Hope. "No matter the outcome win or lose, Wilder had a good showing."

    Technically they weren't wrong. I just found it convenient they were already forming another excuse for that loser too fall into.
     
  7. Arerequired

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    It's a shame CF was down for so long, many hours after Fury KOed Wilder.

    Fury was not in his best shape here, getting knocked down twice and coming in fatter than before, he was unmotivated that Wilder was in the way of a unification.
    But it was a good highlight reel win and Wilder's idiot fanbase probably still won't accept that Fury is better.
     
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  8. yuri malenkov

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    I watched the whole fight. Yes, Fury came in fat and not near his best. While he was knocked down twice he was in no danger at all, he used them as a moment to catch his breath and reset mentally. He really beat-up wilder all fight.
    Wilder has no skills so this was hardly an all time great fight.
    I want Fury to come in at his best, every time and beat-up all challengers. Then he may become an all time great.
     
  9. NWsoccerfan

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    Fury is without a doubt one of the top heavyweights of all time now. It’s mind boggling how well he can move and box at 6’9. He’s like a slick gazelle and has enough power to make anyone in the world respect him. The dwf’s and caste clowns must really hate him now and that puts a smile on my face!
     
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    Although I wouldn’t have wanted one of them to take a loss, it would have been great to see Fury take on the K brothers in their prime!
     
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    That would be interesting. The Klitschko brothers were two very different fighters with Vitali being many miles better than Vladimir. I think Vlad at his best could beat Fury 2/3 times. Vitali would beat Fury with ease. Vitali was never behind on any score cards ever and was never knocked down. He was the best Heavyweight ever with no close second. He was also world heavyweight champion in kick boxing (K-2) and his foot work and iron chin were second to none. He was way up on bum fighter Chris Byrd when the fight was stopped due to injury, and was way ahead against Lennox Lewis when that fight was stopped due to Lewis illegal head butt.Lewis retired instead of fighting the rematch with Vitali.
     
  12. white lightning

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    This is the interview with both guys face to face talking about who they worship!
     
  13. Ambrose

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    Wilder walked in wearing some kind of a Masonic-Witch doctor hybrid costume representing evil and death. Beside Wilder, a rapper lipsynched to incomprehensible gibberish into a microphone.Wilder entered unobstructed. Evil was presented as good.

    Fury walked in wearing a Spartan's outfit but removed it before entering the ring and put on a cap with Jesus written on it. Fury's entrance was obstructed and led by a gay dancer with black goo on his face making cursing gestures towards Fury while dancing like a woman. It is inconceivable that Fury planned and rehearsed to have that Masonic dancer lead the way. More likely, when someone from the production or promotion executive found out what Fury was going to enter with, the Masonic-Vegas executives wanted a symbol more in accordance with their beliefs and their influence ahead of Fury's. Jesus, good, was presented as bad.

    Evil Wilder was angry and bitter in defeat.
    Christain Fury was gracious and forgiving in victory.
    Good triumphed over bad.
     
  14. white lightning

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    Quote from Ambrose. "Fury walked in wearing a Spartan's outfit but removed it before entering the ring and put on a cap with Jesus written on it".

    This is what I call Demon Worship........ Demonic Filth. God Wins and God is always in control my brothers.

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    How the fight ended! Alot people around the world smiling!
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    Damn that was amazing, nice find WL! I could listen to that magnificent bastard rant all day. Contrast that meeting with the press conference before fight 3 wilder was a broken man before the bout of even started.
     
  16. El Gringo

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    Amen to that!
     
  17. Charles Martel

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    A reporter named Gareth was asking Fury if he was considering retirement after this win or if he will fall into a depression again in the post-fight interview, this guy really wants Fury to go away.
     
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  19. white is right

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    I think Fury shed weight in a Biggest Loser spartan diet way as I don't recall him every looking this soft since his first fight against that joke cruiserweight from the Balkans. This lax dieting in between fights could come back to bite him in the butt down the line.

    Fury is just way too skilled for a crude slugger like Wilder, if the Fury that fought Wilder in the second fight showed up I think it would have been the same demolition job as before. Still the fight will go down as close to a modern classic with the knockdowns and dramatic ending.
     
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    Wilder is now saying he broke his right hand in the 6th round and is scheduled to have surgery. He won't be able to start training again for 3 1/2 months, per his trainer Malik Scott.
     
  21. Arerequired

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    John McCarthy corrects Daniel Cormier for saying the referee's count was 'crazy slow' when Deontay Wilder knocked down Tyson Fury

    https://www.sportskeeda.com/mma/new...-crazy-slow-deontay-wilder-knocked-tyson-fury

    Looks like Cormier is supporting the brothers. The vacuous negrophile Joe Rogan also supports the long-count meme.

    Interesting video:

    If they want to bring up the "complexion for the protection" narratives how about all the close decisions white always lose, or all the robberies against whites?
    What about Kenny Bayless' behavior in the second fight such as keeping Wilder up?
     
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  22. The Hock

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    Yeah they're coming out with all the excuses. Teddy Witless claims that Wilder's extra muscle required too many red blood cells and made him gas out very early in the fight.

    I'm waiting for the sequel to the Fury cheated video that was cooked after the 2nd fight.

    If the Wilderites are that clueless.
     

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