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  • W1LL
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    Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post



    Do these remind you of someone you know?
    Looks like Dillian Whyte's legs, but a bit paler!

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  • 1hourRun
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    Originally posted by W1LL View Post
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    Tommy Fury has legs like Deontay Wilder. Little skinny flamingo legs, no good for Boxing. He is way too top-heavy, and Jake Paul is a lot more balanced, mobile, moves well for a novice Boxer. Tommy Fury is an accident waiting to happen, anyone calling him a legit prospect needs their head examined!


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  • denium
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    Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post

    Jake Paul has only 3 pro-fights bro, and Tommy has five crushed-tomato-cans, all bums. One of Tommy's opponents have over 100 losses ; Jake Paul only fights opponents with undefeated records. Tommy Fury needs to step his game up, everyone that stepped in the ring with him have losing records. Jake Paul is speaking facts.
    100 losses = experienced journeyman

    Exactly what Tommy needs to start off his career, The 100 losses guy would probably beat up Paul & Askren anyway.

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  • W1LL
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    Originally posted by kafkod View Post

    Tommy has a big frame, long arms, and is ripped to shreds at LHW. I don't think size would be a factor between him and Jake.
    He has a ripped upper body, but little tiny bird legs. He has spent a life time skipping leg day! Jake Paul is built like an athlete.

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  • kafkod
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    Originally posted by W1LL View Post

    Tommy said himself he's been Boxing since 13, and had 12 Amateur fights in total. How old did he turn Pro, 18? 19? So that's 12 fights in 5-6 years? The Paul brothers were both apparently very good competitive wrestlers in high school, into college, winning State medals. They have history in physical sports themselves. Is beating three debutants better or worse than beating an 0-9, an 0-11 and an 0-26-2? At least Jake's opponents were unbeaten! Tommy is 6'0 tall and a Light Heavy. Jake is 6'1 and a Cruiser, weighs over 200 lb. on fight night. This is not cut and dry by any stretch bro-dawg.
    Tommy has a big frame, long arms, and is ripped to shreds at LHW. I don't think size would be a factor between him and Jake.

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  • denium
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    Originally posted by kafkod View Post

    Ben Askren couldn't punch his way out of a wet paper bag, and has no idea how to get his head out of the way of punches either. I would put money on not only Tommy Fury, but every one of the journeyman boxers Tommy has beaten, handling Askren easily.

    That doesn't mean Tommy would beat Jake, of course - though I believe he would - but Ben Askren? Do me a ****ing favour mate!
    Check out the MMA GOAT hitting this bag, look at that amazing technique!

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  • W1LL
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    Tommy Fury has legs like Deontay Wilder. Little skinny flamingo legs, no good for Boxing. He is way too top-heavy, and Jake Paul is a lot more balanced, mobile, moves well for a novice Boxer. Tommy Fury is an accident waiting to happen, anyone calling him a legit prospect needs their head examined!

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  • 1hourRun
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    Originally posted by denium View Post

    Tommy has only had 3 fights....

    Your boy Deontay made an entire career from fighting tomato-cans btw.
    Jake Paul has only 3 pro-fights bro, and Tommy has five crushed-tomato-cans, all bums. One of Tommy's opponents have over 100 losses ; Jake Paul only fights opponents with undefeated records. Tommy Fury needs to step his game up, everyone that stepped in the ring with him have losing records. Jake Paul is speaking facts.

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  • kafkod
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    Originally posted by KingGilgamesh View Post

    10 amateur fights is nothing TBH

    I don't buy into that "real" boxer bull**** either. He didn't look remotely impressive against the cans he took on and, quite frankly, Paul has a far, FAR better win in Askren.

    Would not surprise me in the slightest if he takes Fury out. I know social media means **** all, but I get the vibe he takes training more seriously than Fury does...who can't decide if he just wants to sit on Instagram lollygagging with his love island girlfriend.
    Ben Askren couldn't punch his way out of a wet paper bag, and has no idea how to get his head out of the way of punches either. I would put money on not only Tommy Fury, but every one of the journeyman boxers Tommy has beaten, handling Askren easily.

    That doesn't mean Tommy would beat Jake, of course - though I believe he would - but Ben Askren? Do me a ****ing favour mate!

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  • W1LL
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    Originally posted by denium View Post

    Well i guess we'll see. I'm happy to put a ton on Tommy knocking him out, if anyone fancies the bet?
    Tommy said himself he's been Boxing since 13, and had 12 Amateur fights in total. How old did he turn Pro, 18? 19? So that's 12 fights in 5-6 years? The Paul brothers were both apparently very good competitive wrestlers in high school, into college, winning State medals. They have history in physical sports themselves. Is beating three debutants better or worse than beating an 0-9, an 0-11 and an 0-26-2? At least Jake's opponents were unbeaten! Tommy is 6'0 tall and a Light Heavy. Jake is 6'1 and a Cruiser, weighs over 200 lb. on fight night. This is not cut and dry by any stretch bro-dawg.

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