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  2. BostonGuy
    04-21-2015 09:14 AM
    Fury is such a loose canon I really don't have an inclination on what he'll do next (in terms of his career). I think Fury is gunning for the Wilder fight due to the sheer fact that it's an easier fight and for the wbc trinket which will increase his negotiating clout with Klitschko.

    Right now, I just don't know how things will play out between Wlad, Fury and Wilder this year. Is Wilder gonna fight Fury in his next fight? Maybe, maybe not. I think a more likely scenario is that he faces a 'soft opponent' in his first defense and then fights either Wlad or Fury later in the year.
  3. BostonGuy
    04-20-2015 08:05 PM
    Do you think Fury will face Wladimir this year?
  4. Scott-Weiland
    04-20-2015 01:40 PM
    Madness man
  5. PainfromUkraine
    04-20-2015 01:34 PM
    Lol, I told you that politics is going to come into play when it's Russian and Ukrainian fighters fighting each other - because Usyk beat up a Russian in his fight on the weekend, apparently Russia wants to block him from returning home to Crimea. Pathetic Russia are mad as they've been taking a lot of L's in sport matchups with Ukrainians lately...

    Regarding Usyk's situation, as it is, it is difficult to travel now from the Ukrainian mainland to the Crimean peninsula because trains are no longer running on that route.
  6. Salim_Shady96
    04-13-2015 03:50 PM
    Thanks for the points champ yup he did
  7. PainfromUkraine
    04-11-2015 04:41 PM
    Yes, I am a big football fan and remember that match...was a shame because Dynamo Kyiv (my hometown club incidentally) were the best side in that years UCL and would have probably been favourites to win the final. But as always with Ukrainian teams and indeed the national team, they lost by shooting themselves in the foot. The 90s we had a great team, beat teams like Real Madrid and Barcelona...not quite the same now but this year with Rebrov now as manager, they are still fighting to get a treble this year and will be back in the Champions League next year.

    Yeah Usyk's career will be a fun one to watch, but let's not get ahead of ourselves - let him win the first belt before we talk about unifying divisions and going up to heavyweight. He has the potential, now he just needs to stay focused and fulfil it.
  8. PainfromUkraine
    04-11-2015 04:40 PM
    It's difficult to explain from the outside, but just take my word for it sport has a more symbolic element to it right now in a time of war, that's not said for effect - there is a literal war going on, so support is something that isn't going to be given out very easily. I can enjoy watching or respect a Russian fighter for what he does in the ring, and put everything to a side, but once he is out of the ring he is my enemy.

    The guys I mentioned are all from the 2008-12 Olympic squads - check out their boxrecs and highlights on youtube - Khytrov and Gvozdyk are two of my favourites from that group and probably the ones with the most potential, as well as youth.
  9. PainfromUkraine
    04-11-2015 02:46 PM
    Well, I don't support Russian fighters for obvious reasons, but I do respect their abilities in the ring and enjoy watching fights with guys like Kovalev and Provodnikov. Usyk is going to be probably more exciting to follow as he is in the higher weight classes and is a potential future HW champion with probably one of the best skill-sets we have seen for a long, long time. Loma will be a P4P star very soon. Also keep an eye out for middleweight prospect Khytrov, SMW Derevyanchenko, Gvozdyk and Shabransky at LHW. If Wlad sticks around for another couple of years there could be a Ukrainian champ in every division from 126+ with Loma, Postol, Khytrov, Derevyanchenko, Gvozdyk, Usyk and Klitschko.
  10. PainfromUkraine
    04-11-2015 10:02 AM
    Haha well I would just have one message for those people:

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