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    Countdown..!


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    Quote Originally Posted by rage2 View Post
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    I have no idea how his training has been, if he’s learnt to fight smarter or not.
    His trainer is Malik Scott. A dude that he knocked out. I am not sure how that is going to help.

    Some analysts on BT sport were talking about how Scott has no "heart". If you have no "heart", how do you teach someone to have it?

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    Wilder at 238lbs, way too heavy. He's going to be slow tomorrow, and his career will be over.

    The undercard is sick.

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    Where’s everyone watching it?
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    Watching at home via PPV, looking forward to it

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    Quote Originally Posted by rage2 View Post
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    Where’s everyone watching it?
    At home on IPTV.

    Where are you watching? If your in the south, pop over. I'l order pizza.

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    Lewis looks like Andy from the Office dressed him.
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    What the hell was Wilders entrance..?! LMAO!!

    Its all starting now!!

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    Amazing fight.

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    Fury dominates again.

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    One of the best fights I’ve seen in a while.

    Wilder has a tonne of heart. Went out on his shield.

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    What a fight!!!
    Oh man, plot twist in the 4th round. That was CRAZY!! I have no idea how Wilder held on. I guess he had to. But he got tired and did not really box. He just threw wild punches. So it seemed like a case of Tyson grinding him down.

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    Fury was walking into Wilders punches by the 6th round thinking there was no power left in them. The strategy worked well even though he got caught by surprise a little there near the end haha.

    I expected Wilder to lose. I did not expect how exciting and entertaining it was. What a fight!
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    Got called into work and missed it. Super disappointed hopefully I can find it somewhere tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 89coupe View Post
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    Fury dominates again.
    You must’ve watched the compubox numbers lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rage2 View Post
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    You must’ve watched the compubox numbers lol.
    I'd say about minute 1:40 after a few exchange from Wilder's very unorthodox jabs to the body... you could see Fury figuring out his range and rhythm.

    Deontay has a great record, but this just isn't the same era its been and far from the golden ages of the 80s->early 2000 for heavyweights... what I saw from Deontay was just a dude with a Cannon who anytime he flinched got a quick 1-2/clinch

    Though Fury looks like he just got off the couch, man... his relative precision, footwork, head movement and guard is just textbook. Wouldn't expect that from an Ogre.. and Ogre who actually boxes quite well.

    Though Deontay did catch Tyson a couple of times, I felt by round 8, and they would never do it for big title matches, should have been called to stoppage. Every single one of those blows, even jabs, coming from a 6'10 277lb human delivers such acute and permanent damage.

    I somehow feel that Tyson would fair quite well in the Golden Era, but would fall short to other men with reach like Klitscho and Lewis

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    Quote Originally Posted by r3ccOs View Post
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    I'd say about minute 1:40 after a few exchange from Wilder's very unorthodox jabs to the body... you could see Fury figuring out his range and rhythm.

    Deontay has a great record, but this just isn't the same era its been and far from the golden ages of the 80s->early 2000 for heavyweights... what I saw from Deontay was just a dude with a Cannon who anytime he flinched got a quick 1-2/clinch

    Though Fury looks like he just got off the couch, man... his relative precision, footwork, head movement and guard is just textbook. Wouldn't expect that from an Ogre.. and Ogre who actually boxes quite well.

    Though Deontay did catch Tyson a couple of times, I felt by round 8, and they would never do it for big title matches, should have been called to stoppage. Every single one of those blows, even jabs, coming from a 6'10 277lb human delivers such acute and permanent damage.

    I somehow feel that Tyson would fair quite well in the Golden Era, but would fall short to other men with reach like Klitscho and Lewis
    I totally agree.
    In the first round. It felt like Wilder was just doing a repetitive duck punch street-fighter move. I was thinking... is he not aware that pattern is going to be figured out? He is leaving his head open to a counter.

    I am surprised the fight went on for that long. I felt the fight should have been stopped. Wilder's legs were gone. It was only a matter of time till it got hit and those punches are hard.
    Tyson got a bit over eager and got a punched for it. LOL. Tysons trainer gave instructions that were right . Do the jabs. Tyson started doing the bread and butter basics. Wilder was not, he had no heart. Wilder was not doing any basics jabs or movement.

    It is sad Wilder did not show any respect at the end. If he wants to commentate later in his career or show his face. He has no credibility now. I found his entrance with the rapper more comical than anything else. When Wilder left the ring, the icing on the cake would have been if the rapper did a exit song too.


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