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  • I have no ears
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    Originally posted by PittyPat View Post

    For sure, that was the first thing I noticed in that fight before the knockdowns started happening – an actual pumping jab, just like Lennox was trying to teach him in that car park.

    Once he scored the KO with his usual bombs, he probably thought "Man fuck this jabbing shit, I only need the right hand!"

    .........and it's true, that's all he's needed. Except against Fury. Even just a hook on the inside would give him a better chance this time.
    If he uses the fundamentals that he clearly does actually have in his locker it really could be a very interesting fight, I still have a fury win here but I'm sure it's gonna be a lot closer to what ppl think

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  • PittyPat
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    Originally posted by I have no ears View Post
    To be honest that second fight v stiverne short as it was, was the best I've seen deontay's jab looking, thrown with spite, accuracy and ridiculous power, shame he went back to looking for the big power shots after that when he could easily break fighters down with the jab when it's thrown like that
    For sure, that was the first thing I noticed in that fight before the knockdowns started happening – an actual pumping jab, just like Lennox was trying to teach him in that car park.

    Once he scored the KO with his usual bombs, he probably thought "Man fuck this jabbing shit, I only need the right hand!"

    .........and it's true, that's all he's needed. Except against Fury. Even just a hook on the inside would give him a better chance this time.
    Last edited by PittyPat; 06-05-2021, 07:13 AM.

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  • billeau2
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    Originally posted by The D3vil View Post
    Dude, just fight.
    Fight? how the hell am I supposed to do that with that honey you have posted below? Fighting is the last thing on my mind! I can hardly eat breakfast!

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  • Eff Pandas
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    If Fury ever develops CTE how will anyone know for sure with all his crazy ways of saying sh^t.

    Wilder: "What's understood don't need to be said"

    Fast Food worker: "Sir this is a Wendy's"

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  • champion4ever
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    Originally posted by billeau2 View Post

    It might...It does happen it is why we have upsets and odds as such. its also why the casino wins in the end... It has a lot more to do with quantum reality than even logic. probability is what we are finding out is the crime boss of our universe... It robs the most elegant, the most reasonable, the most creative systems , as they must all pay tribute to it...much as Chinese new year is replete with red envelopes, not only for favorite neices, but the protection racquets that come around the business. Its crazy how even our own psych is geared: For example, do I want Redeemer to actually be right once? Hell yeah! That would be one for the underdog, one that shows that even the averageness of what things most likely will be... wasn't. Insurance companies were the only businesses that did not suffer a loss during the great depression... Actuary tables and statistics... in the long term they don't let us down. Now, I am not comparing your prediction, or you to Redeemer, just making the point that many of us have a bais towards defying the odds, and we often do defy them. The real question is "how often?"

    As much as I see Fury as one representing the science and technical aspects of training as a fighting man, not fighting out of a dross style even critiqued in the earliest days of boxing (the ammys), I would LOVE to see Wilder do something fantastic. I would love to eat crow... I am a boxing fan, but I am even more a fan of humanity. I live to see us defy the odds... To see what will and courage can do (Wilder claiming such). Wilder is acting brave and may be brave and may be able to channel that bravery, and if he does he has my respect.

    My point is there is no shame in going with Wilder here. Sometimes logic does beat the odds...
    Plato, Socrates, Aristotle or any of the ancient Greek philosophers couldn't have said it any better my friend. Well said and Great Post!

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  • billeau2
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    Originally posted by champion4ever View Post

    I will have to respectfully disagree. You are one of the most decent posters that I have ever encountered on this forum but I must say that all signs are pointing to a Wilder victory here. Ultimately is it's going to come down to the fighter who wants it the most. Which is will and not skill.

    However, I just think that Wilder wants it just a little bit more than Fury this time. Also, when you factor in that Deontay Wilder had more than seventeen months to recover from the brutal beating he took in the rematch; Therefore, I can see divine intervention at play here.

    Had this pandemic never happen then Fury probably would have won the trilogy last year but now Wilder will be fully prepared, healthy and well rested this time. He even admitted it himself in that PBC podcast.
    It might...It does happen it is why we have upsets and odds as such. its also why the casino wins in the end... It has a lot more to do with quantum reality than even logic. probability is what we are finding out is the crime boss of our universe... It robs the most elegant, the most reasonable, the most creative systems , as they must all pay tribute to it...much as Chinese new year is replete with red envelopes, not only for favorite neices, but the protection racquets that come around the business. Its crazy how even our own psych is geared: For example, do I want Redeemer to actually be right once? Hell yeah! That would be one for the underdog, one that shows that even the averageness of what things most likely will be... wasn't. Insurance companies were the only businesses that did not suffer a loss during the great depression... Actuary tables and statistics... in the long term they don't let us down. Now, I am not comparing your prediction, or you to Redeemer, just making the point that many of us have a bais towards defying the odds, and we often do defy them. The real question is "how often?"

    As much as I see Fury as one representing the science and technical aspects of training as a fighting man, not fighting out of a dross style even critiqued in the earliest days of boxing (the ammys), I would LOVE to see Wilder do something fantastic. I would love to eat crow... I am a boxing fan, but I am even more a fan of humanity. I live to see us defy the odds... To see what will and courage can do (Wilder claiming such). Wilder is acting brave and may be brave and may be able to channel that bravery, and if he does he has my respect.

    My point is there is no shame in going with Wilder here. Sometimes logic does beat the odds...

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  • champion4ever
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    Originally posted by I have no ears View Post

    To be honest that second fight v stiverne short as it was, was the best I've seen deontay's jab looking, thrown with spite, accuracy and ridiculous power, shame he went back to looking for the big power shots after that when he could easily break fighters down with the jab when it's thrown like that
    Spot on! Nice Post!

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  • Josef vu
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    Yeah sure,, wilder will get KO again, his ring iQ very limited compare to Fury, plus Fury has his number already knows how to beat him

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  • creekrat77
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    I can only imagine how catastrophic Malik Scott as his trainer/hype man is rn * face palm *

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  • I have no ears
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    Originally posted by champion4ever View Post
    Just go rewatch the Deontay Wilder vs Bermane Stiverne 2 bout and just decide for yourself if anger is good or bad thing for Deontay Wilder. Personally, I think it's a good thing for him. It's a great motivator. Anger seems to bring the best out of him.
    To be honest that second fight v stiverne short as it was, was the best I've seen deontay's jab looking, thrown with spite, accuracy and ridiculous power, shame he went back to looking for the big power shots after that when he could easily break fighters down with the jab when it's thrown like that

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