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23 Feb 2020 13:38:30
Well what a night what a performance from Fury, I did not think he was capable of that kind of inside fighting. He bullied Wilder from the first minute, pushing him back and Wilder couldn't adjust. He didn't know how to box going backwards and became frustrated and confused after round 1 while fury looked so relaxed. I would not call Fury a massive puncher or anything now but that aggression last night was immense and if he can mix his boxing attributes with that aggression he could have the full package.
Wilder just looked out of his depth. Could be a blessing for him because he needs to ditch that trainer who is a cheerleader imo.

Good to see Eddie Hearn calling for an immediate unification fight, I'm sure Dillian whyte will be happy to hear his Promoter saying that. If Wilder doesn't take up the option of the 3rd rubber match then whyte should be next for Fury and possible unification early next year.


1.) 23 Feb 2020 15:44:23
Tyson fury is a freak of nature, too be that big an move like he does is just amazing, not only that he showed all of his skills boxing on outside working his way in and man handling wilder using his superior weight on the inside, just pure class . The gypsy king is back were he belongs at the top of the world!


2.) 23 Feb 2020 16:56:58
I thought the referee was poor. I hated the way he was grabbing the arms of the fighters when they were tied up. Thought he was giving wilder extra time to recover on every opportunity he could.


3.) 23 Feb 2020 20:48:27
I'm pretty sure Dillian is well aware of where he stands in terms of fighting for a title. If Joshua can't get the unification, he'll try get them to fight with Whyte.

I do feel for Whyte, but when you're promoted by the guy that promotes the biggest attraction in Heavyweight Boxing, you need to understand your role. He also understands the politics in Boxing, which makes me believe that Whyte is willing to accept the situation as long as he's getting fights, getting paid and Eddie is at least trying to sort out a title fight.

I mean there really isn't much you can do, when the WBC are playing "musicial mandatories" and shifting people around for fun. If his gripe is with anyone, it's the WBC.


4.) 23 Feb 2020 21:31:30
He was offered the chance mate to fight Joshua b4 Ruiz and he turned it down mate said the money wasnt right. He could be world champion now instead of being stuck on the shelf.


 

 

23 Feb 2020 05:25:28
This is amazing. Go on big man.


 

 

23 Feb 2020 01:08:30
What is everyone doing for the fight? Staying up? Setting alarms? i'm only in from an all u can eat buffet but I'm determined to stay awake for it, even though I'm sitting here like a busted sofa.


 

 

21 Feb 2020 23:30:02
Weigh inn 10mins.


1.) 22 Feb 2020 12:52:49
Expected Wilder to come in heavier than the 212 lbs in their first fight, but a career heaviest? He's looking to put Fury down for good this time.
Fury's weight is just baffling. Eddie Hearn said Fury's been having big problems in sparring and given what he weighed, it wouldn't surprise me if Eddie was telling the truth.


2.) 22 Feb 2020 13:02:11
Both men have beefed up especially Fury I didn't expect him to be so heavy but he looked good, his chest and shoulders looked massive.
No face off because it sets a bad example when the two of them start pushing each other but having them 10ft from each other shouting didn't look great either. Why r the American press trying to turn it into a black and white thing? Every second question Fury is asked is about race.


3.) 22 Feb 2020 13:17:22
It's the media's attempt at building Fury as the new "Great White Hope". It's totally pathetic and the less time we devote to talking about it, the less weight it will carry.

Remember words are only given power by the people that allow it.

It's a fight between two of the top 3 (on paper at least) in the division. That's all it should be addressed as.


4.) 22 Feb 2020 14:53:37
Totally agree mate. C'mon big man buzzing today for it.


5.) 22 Feb 2020 20:09:08
I don't like it. The added weight for fury. I think he's trying to look more imposing as you can get into wilders head. But the last time I backed a fighter who came in so heavy (backed with my head, not heart) AJ knocked the crap out of him. No, wilder doesn't have josh's skill but one punch and it could be goodnight.

Fury was literally dodging shots by milimetres last time. I'm worried by the extra weight. I thought it was really tight, the outcome, but this swings it a little bit towards wilder imo. Fury can do it though.

Totally agree hsf. I dunno if you've ever watched the boxing on hesgoal, but they have a live chat thing which is the source of the most vile racism you'll hear. Both ways. It's embarrassing. I thought we'd moved on.


6.) 22 Feb 2020 22:28:44
I don't understand fury's weight myself even his da john said he does his best boxing around 18 stone 10. I hope he doesn't try and trade with wilder because that's not his game. He could be thinking of smothering wilder and using that weight advantage. Wilder is a career heaviest himself so he will be slower not only in punching but with his feet also. If fury hurts wilder it's not going to make wilder back off, it will make Wilder throw more which is fury's game. Make him mad, make him miss, then make him pay.


7.) 23 Feb 2020 06:08:52
Unbelievable. I'm amazed. I knew fury was good but I didn't know how good. I thought josh was the best heavyweight but I don't think so now. What a fight that would be. After the first fight I really wanted to see it again, this time I really hope they don't fight again. Especially if they're both going to have warm up fights. Fury - AJ will never happen at that rate. And on the evidence of BOTH fights, wilder isn't in the same league.

Imo fury should be pleased that some idiot yank came up with the sound bite "he has to be perfect for 12 rounds, I've only got to be perfect for 2 seconds" as soon as I heard it I thought, better not believe that lad as if you are off the boil fury will overwhelm you.

Also really glad that tyson didn't sing the whole of American pie. He had a better voice than I'd have thought but. Great fighter.


 

 

21 Feb 2020 19:37:40
Looking forward to boxing 2nite I love watching boxing at the York hall. Hope Tyrone McKenna and Tyrone mccullagh win. Hard fight for mccullagh he doesn't hit hard but has ok skills. He will be a major underdog but I hope he wins.


1.) 21 Feb 2020 22:14:13
Fair play to Tyrone mccullagh boxed well just doest have the power. Should drop down in weight and look to win fights against smaller men with his reach advantage. Ryan walsh good win.


2.) 21 Feb 2020 22:43:58
real brave performance, almost too brave, took a lot of punishment late,


 

 

 

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23 Feb 2020 21:33:25
Hes lost that sense of invincibility mate so I agree that will be the end of Wilder now.


 

 

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23 Feb 2020 21:31:30
He was offered the chance mate to fight Joshua b4 Ruiz and he turned it down mate said the money wasnt right. He could be world champion now instead of being stuck on the shelf.


 

 

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23 Feb 2020 18:18:29
I thought wilder although tactically poor was an exciting champion, especially compared to reigns like Klitschkos which bored everyone for a decade.


 

 

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23 Feb 2020 16:56:58
I thought the referee was poor. I hated the way he was grabbing the arms of the fighters when they were tied up. Thought he was giving wilder extra time to recover on every opportunity he could.


 

 

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22 Feb 2020 22:28:44
I don't understand fury's weight myself even his da john said he does his best boxing around 18 stone 10. I hope he doesn't try and trade with wilder because that's not his game. He could be thinking of smothering wilder and using that weight advantage. Wilder is a career heaviest himself so he will be slower not only in punching but with his feet also. If fury hurts wilder it's not going to make wilder back off, it will make Wilder throw more which is fury's game. Make him mad, make him miss, then make him pay.


 

 

 

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