Fury v Wilder 2

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im not a Fury fan but he did what he said he would do and fair play to him for that. if theres a rematch i see the same outcome.
AJ can bang and throw combinations well but i think Fury is the winner of that contest too.
Wilder vs Aj....... id say Wilder will Knock him out.
 

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im not a Fury fan but he did what he said he would do and fair play to him for that. if theres a rematch i see the same outcome.
AJ can bang and throw combinations well but i think Fury is the winner of that contest too.
Wilder vs Aj....... id say Wilder will Knock him out.
No argument here ;)
 

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Like him or loathe him, there isn’t a heavyweight that has his boxing skills, to be fair to him, he is 6’9 and that helps him carry the weight.
Even Billy Joe Saunders and Liam Williams have commented on him being slick for a heavyweight
Agreed. He looks fat and in poor condition but he's very fit and a marvelous boxer.
 

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Usyk is incredible but it remains to be seen how he'll cope against a good heavyweight.
Del Boy Chisora will give him a tough night, he went life and death with Dillian Whyte twice
 

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Usyk is incredible but it remains to be seen how he'll cope against a good heavyweight.
I agree, he might not be able to take a punch, but his movement and boxing intelligence is top notch.

Del Boy Chisora will give him a tough night, he went life and death with Dillian Whyte twice
Perhaps, Del has struggled against fighters who can move in the past (Fury (twice), Pulev, Agit Kabayel, David Haye).
 

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would any of them life with him, doubtful,
when he retired I stopped watching the heavies well I am very selective
 

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I love Bellew but he was a Cruiserweight really too. I'd like to see Usyk shake up the division and will watch with interest how he does when he meets a true heavyweight.
Bellew “you’ll never see me in front of a camera again Kugan“ wasn’t a true heavyweight and he admitted that, Usyk is definitely a talented fighter but size make a massive difference, Tyson drained Wilder by pressing his 19 stone on him in every clinch
I know a lot of people love AJ but it’s true he is a bit of a stiff and Fury will have no problem boxing his head off imo
 

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Wilder claims his entrance outfit was to heavy and took his legs....
Haha. I don't follow boxing at all and am definitely not a fan of Fury as a human being, but maybe if Wilder concentrated on boxing than donning ridiculous costumes he might have won. If the costume was foisted upon him as part of a contract he should lodge a complaint with the board of control that he was disadvantaged. Idiot.
 

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Just watched the latest BJSaunders interview “he moved just as fast as a middleweight, he is as fast as me” talking about Fury.
Looks can be deceiving, go on the Gypsy King !!!!
AJ will be swinging at fresh air
 
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