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16 Sep 2019 12:08:26
What yous think of the Fury vs Wallin fight? Imo there's positives and negatives to take from it. The positives was that Fury showed great heart in continuing with that cut, I know he was telling the ref and doctor he could see but he couldn't. Another positive imo, is the Americans love to a real battle in the ring and this could earn Fury afew more American fans who will tune in to hopefully see a lot of blood and drama. The biggest positive of course is that he got the win.

The negatives imo, Fury didn't win that fight on skill, he fought like he was fighting in a bare knuckle fight. He didn't use any of his natural advantages. He neglected his defence and his offense and timing were both poor.

Tbf though, Fury could have wanted to get a few rounds so he intentionally started slow, but that cut in the 3rd changed everything. Imo it should have been stopped and if it wasnt a Tyson Fury show with millions of dollars at stake for next year it would have been stopped.

Both fighters deserve credit though. Wallin is tough and done himself proud and Fury showed great heart.


 

 

13 Sep 2019 11:28:34
Nigel ben to fight sakio bika in November, Benn is 55 years of age.


1.) 14 Sep 2019 00:21:03
Ridiculous. Who sanctioned it?


2.) 14 Sep 2019 20:07:04
Hes as fit as fiddle so I expect him to pass any physical examination they give him but my concern would be that he's not accustomed to taking heavy shots anymore, his last professional fight was 1996. Some might say that Hopkins was still fighting into his 50s my arguement against that is that hopkins started his career late plus he never took a break from boxing, his body is still accustomed to the fight game.

Someone will give them a licence hsf mate, where did haye and chisora get their license from when they fought? Was it Hungry?


3.) 15 Sep 2019 01:05:46
Yeah I remember Haye vs Chisora, but they were arguably in their prime/ coming into their prime when that fight was scheduled. Benn is in his 50s and hasn't fought since 96 like you say, so why anyone is giving him a license is beyond me and should be considered a criminal act.


 

 

Who is Otto Wallin and Can he win on Saturday night?

12 Sep 2019 15:46:29
{Ed's Note - Roro1892 has posted a new article entitled, Who is Otto Wallin and Can he win on Saturday night?


1.) 12 Sep 2019 16:04:37
Cheers Ed's for doing that. Thank you.

{Ed033's Note - Thanks for writing the article


2.) 12 Sep 2019 22:33:33
Excellent article Roro.


3.) 12 Sep 2019 23:49:22
Thanks Rian mate.


4.) 14 Sep 2019 00:20:48
Good read.


5.) 14 Sep 2019 20:07:15
Cheers hsf mate.


 

 

10 Sep 2019 13:56:11
What did yous think of Chisora's latest rant? I found it funny lol, but he does has a point that hearn is using his fight against parker to make the whole show PPV, but I disagree with chisora that he should be headlining the show. I'd rather my main event be for a world title.


1.) 12 Sep 2019 02:30:44
On it's own, it's a headline fight, but not a PPV headline fight, so Chisora is right in saying what he's saying, but Chisora wants PPV money, because he got that against Whyte.

Parker will beat Chisora comfortably imo. I think he'll stop him.


 

 

05 Sep 2019 15:49:46
Anyone see the press conference for Joshua vs ruiz 2? Biggest fight of the year and u could hear a mouse fart.


1.) 05 Sep 2019 20:34:06
The only thing I've taken from it, is that Joshua doesn't look half as bulky. I've been saying for a good 3 years now, that he's too big and gasses too quickly. If he slims down to between 16.5st - 17.5st and doesn't underestimate his opponents, he'll likely be a long standing world champion (like Wlad) .

I can see Joshua stopping Ruiz this time around, between rounds 7 and 10. But only if he keeps to a solid game plan.


2.) 05 Sep 2019 21:03:17
Fury and Wilder both beat AJ easily for me hsf.


3.) 05 Sep 2019 22:04:36
Klitschko could box Joshua cant. Imo because he can't box his gameplan will be to out Mexican a Mexican. By that I mean he will always be on the front foot, use his natural advantages and jab in followed by power shots.

On the press conference, I thought it was awkward to say the least, no fans there's and didn't even know the name of venue or ticket information, noting. First part of it was like it was being held in a travel agency.


4.) 06 Sep 2019 00:44:14
My thoughts on Wilder have been well documented on this site, so I won't keep going on about that. But I won't argue against Fury, unless he suddenly gets old over night.
Fury's biggest threat (outside of his own mental state), is Oleksander Usyk.


5.) 06 Sep 2019 15:42:38
If Wilder connected with AJ's chin it's lights out AJ.


6.) 06 Sep 2019 16:27:59
Fine, I'll bite championship rounds.

Nothing you can say will change my mind about Wilder. He's fundementally useless, he has the balance of Bambi on ice, throws punches like a windmill and has skinnier legs than a sparrow.
Wilder has fought no one note worthy who is at the peak of their physical condition.
Fury was still out of shape and got robbed.
Ortiz is older than the pyramids and nearly stopped Wilder.
Molina nearly chinned Wilder in round 3, making him do the "stanky leg".
Washington outboxed him for 5 rounds with ease, before the ref waved off the fight after Wilder landed 1 punch.
Breazeale is a walking punch bag.
Stiverne is just an idiot.
Szpilka, Arreola and Duhaupas were hardly worthy of a title fight. And don't even get me started on that farce against Malik Scott - who just just fell over everytime Wilder got near him.

If you rate Wilder as a boxer, then I don't know how to help you.


7.) 06 Sep 2019 23:07:24
Wilder vs AJ is a tricky one imo. Joshua is good enough boxer to outbox Wilder but not good enough to not get hit by him for 12 rounds if that makes any sense? I see it going the way of who lands first.

Risky fighting wilder he might look like a strawcrow but anyone who has that type of power needs to be respected. I think his wild nature helps him in the right as it adds unpredictability to his game. U r correct hsf, he is not a great boxer but maybe he doesn't need to be, he has the equaliser.


8.) 07 Sep 2019 10:15:14
No one is saying Wilder is Ali, what I said hsf is that Wilder has the power to knock AJ spark out, you saw that by the way he dropped the best heavyweight in the division Fury, everyone can see that AJ is overrated, even Hearn knows it, how do think he tried so hard to sign Fury?


 

 

 

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15 Sep 2019 20:14:21
If big john is correct in what he's saying and that Tyson is better suited around the 19st mark, its going to be a difficult one if training and losing weight is helping his depression but hindering his boxing mate.


 

 

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15 Sep 2019 15:33:35
I think that big John wants Tyson to not have to rely on his upper body movement so much and add more weight to add more power in his punches, a 19st Tyson would still be hard to hit and have more power to keep the opponent off him. Although Tyson is not that type of fighter, he's never been a type of fighter.
John does have a point about the condition of Tyson though as he did seem to gas out after 3 rounds. He could have underestimated Wallin and not prepared himself mentally for it, although to suffer a cut like that and basically been down to one eye and still box yourself to a points win, john should look more at the positives imo.

A thought I've had is Tyson has said him self he has an addictive personality, he's lost around 9stone recently is dieting his new addiction?


 

 

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14 Sep 2019 20:07:15
Cheers hsf mate.


 

 

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14 Sep 2019 20:07:04
Hes as fit as fiddle so I expect him to pass any physical examination they give him but my concern would be that he's not accustomed to taking heavy shots anymore, his last professional fight was 1996. Some might say that Hopkins was still fighting into his 50s my arguement against that is that hopkins started his career late plus he never took a break from boxing, his body is still accustomed to the fight game.

Someone will give them a licence hsf mate, where did haye and chisora get their license from when they fought? Was it Hungry?


 

 

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12 Sep 2019 23:49:22
Thanks Rian mate.


 

 

 

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