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  • #91
    Originally posted by petero View Post

    Aww, you're back after talking out of your ass once again.
    TTT Undisputed despite the crooked score cards.
    Now since your BF the Bronze Bum has spoken you jump like a little girl. Malik the dive bum Scott is just another yes man cheerleader who will also be throwing in the towel.
    Nobody cares about the 'Tart-Tomato' Josh Taylor, Peter.

    Ever since Malik Scott has become a official boxing trainer, I have sensed a lot of jealousy from you, Peter. Fury. Dont worry, I assure you that Malik is not going to steal your stable of women boxers.

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    • #92
      Originally posted by champion4ever View Post
      Biopsy my friend biopsy!
      Yeah, I'm aware of the correct term. I was riffing on something his brother said.

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      • #93
        He most definitely tried to hide. Saying he’d never ever fight Wilder again after fighting him in that 2nd fight; while knowing all the time that Wilder exercised his right to get at him again.

        Fury cheated when he didn’t have to. His boxing skilz were more than enough to give Wilder a helluva time - both times. But he chose to hide under the banner of KRONK improvement while employing his deception.

        Now Fury’s in a position where his flop glove, rabbit punching Orca Lean won’t be allowed. Only his fan-girl groupies might spark two kilowatts of energy that’ll motivate him in his decent feinting abilities.

        Hey, this is Fury’s career choice, he chose to settle differences by hitting people upside the head in the name of “sport.” ....Too bad his greedy violent streak made him resort to satisfying his sport of choice in the realm of cheating - while lying under the “feel sorry for me” banner of “mental illness.”
        champion4ever and FlyingFJ like this.

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        • #94
          Originally posted by Monty Fisto View Post

          I'm interested in what angle you'd have to hit in order to get your glove inside the opponents ear.

          Maybe when they release details of the autopsy it will shine some light on it.
          Jesus... I heard the ear thing and really was hoping for some physical explanation. I get a thumb to the eye...
          Monty Fisto likes this.

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          • #95
            So Fury who knocked your ass out, tried to make a fight with the guy you ducked, and he’s the one who is a coward? LMAO!
            Sid-Knee and charliepaerker like this.

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            • #96
              Originally posted by Patsfan bri View Post
              that’s all Susie, I mean Sid does on this board is attack and insult people.
              Sid shoots from the hip, but he is my boy lol. His delivery is not for the thin skinned, but you can discuss things with Sid.

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              • #97
                Hmmm, Fury should employ the Antonio Tarver strategy at Wilder when they meet up for the 3rd time in the middle of the ring, “Got any excuses tonight Deontae?” .....”hey yuh wanker, hope you wore a lighter costume this time.”

                If Fury played by the rules at the very beginning he could’ve used this mental psych-out to his advantage, but he can’t. Instead, he already tried to hide like a Jack rabbit in an open field with a court room as a backdrop.

                Fury’ll use the dumb menacing YouTube videos to excite his fans, but he sure ain’t affecting Wilder with those stupid tough guy rants.....it’s because Fury already has blatantly cheated throughout his career with PEDs and his ever familiar unpadded gloves - even during sparring.....Whatta Champ!!!

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                • #98
                  Originally posted by champion4ever View Post
                  Look, I know that the language sounds harsh. However, in order for him to help sell this fight then he's going to have to make some noise so he can help reach the masses and get the people's attention.

                  He does that by making the fight sound as controversial and interesting as possible. I think he is being highly successful in doing so because judging by these commments he's got fans now wishing for his untimely demise.

                  So the more he speaks the more inclined the boxing public would tune in to watch the trilogy fight to see him lose again. You may not like it but controversy does sell.
                  Yeah... I mean fighters themselves say some things lol. So naturally so do fans. its part of boxing. I posted Sid a quote by of all people, Cus Amato who, with a twinkle in his eye said "A boxing ring is the only place one is legally allowed to commit homicide" (MMA had not come out yet lol). Cus said this to inspire Mike Tyson.

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                  • #99
                    Originally posted by lion33lit View Post
                    He most definitely tried to hide. Saying he’d never ever fight Wilder again after fighting him in that 2nd fight; while knowing all the time that Wilder exercised his right to get at him again.

                    Fury cheated when he didn’t have to. His boxing skilz were more than enough to give Wilder a helluva time - both times. But he chose to hide under the banner of KRONK improvement while employing his deception.

                    Now Fury’s in a position where his flop glove, rabbit punching Orca Lean won’t be allowed. Only his fan-girl groupies might spark two kilowatts of energy that’ll motivate him in his decent feinting abilities.

                    Hey, this is Fury’s career choice, he chose to settle differences by hitting people upside the head in the name of “sport.” ....Too bad his greedy violent streak made him resort to satisfying his sport of choice in the realm of cheating - while lying under the “feel sorry for me” banner of “mental illness.”
                    lay off the drugs and the excuses, Wilder lost twice.

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                    • Originally posted by champion4ever View Post
                      Yeah, I guess you are right. The truth will do that for you now would it. You are acting as if Tyson Fury has always been a clean fighter and never has popped dirty or got busted for doping and PED abuse.
                      Hey matey, i got a big fight coming up in July. We are in the camp, can you please arrange some wild bore for us?

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