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  • davefromvancouv
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    Originally posted by Sid-Knee View Post

    It was for the Hammer fight. It only came to light after the Wlad fight. Things were going on behind the scenes as you well know.

    Fury couldn't fight Wlad in the rematch while that was all going on. He was banned from fighting, remember?

    Wilder wouldn't fight AJ in a million years. Like he hasn't done for years now. He's a frightened little boy. No one wants to go through the extremism for the next few years like we did for the past 5. Fury needs to end this clown and retire him. He's a poisonous piece of filth that needs to be gone. Bums like him don't belong here.
    Fury was cleared before the Klitschko rematch, but pulled out anyway. https://www.ringtv.com/462255-tyson-fury-u-k-anti-doping-suspension-lifted/

    He tried to do the same thing with Wilder, but failed. You'll find out why on July 24th. Wilder will then give Joshua another chance to fight him, provided he doesn't need to rematch Usyk. Joshua now realizes he should have fought Wilder when he had the chance, instead of being embarrassed by Ruiz months later.

    He won't make that mistake again...

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  • Sid-Knee
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    Originally posted by davefromvancouv View Post

    Fury tested positive for nandrolone after the Klitschko fight:
    "In a UKADA drug test, Fury tested positive for the banned steroid Nandrolone in an earlier fight, even though, for reasons still unclear, the results did not come to light until June, well after he had beaten Klitschko."
    https://www.espn.com/boxing/story/_/...enzoylecgonine

    He then successfully avoided the rematch. Didn't work this time with Wilder and now Fury is a little more than a month away from getting knocked out. Hopefully Joshua gets by Usyk and then we can have the real undisputed fight between the new lineal champion Wilder and UK sensation, Anthony Joshua.
    It was for the Hammer fight. It only came to light after the Wlad fight. Things were going on behind the scenes as you well know.

    Fury couldn't fight Wlad in the rematch while that was all going on. He was banned from fighting, remember?

    Wilder wouldn't fight AJ in a million years. Like he hasn't done for years now. He's a frightened little boy. No one wants to go through the extremism for the next few years like we did for the past 5. Fury needs to end this clown and retire him. He's a poisonous piece of filth that needs to be gone. Bums like him don't belong here.

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  • billeau2
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    Originally posted by Sid-Knee View Post

    I don't know what this has to do with the point the other poster was making and my reply, but, OK. Haha.
    It has to do with fans wanting their fighters to fight in a "home court" of one sort or another. Its a reasonable request. Hatton had a large following that would travel to see him fight, and it was nice for Ricky to fight in Europe for those fans. Oakland has a lot of problems and having pride in Ward, and maybe being able to see Ward and feel his local presence would make a difference. Ward was good about being somewhat accesible to his fans, I know that from living in the area (San Francisco).

    Americans get this mentality that fighters should fight in Vegas... Well, ok yeah Vegas is a decent place to travel to. Been there many times, and it is accomodating, even for kids! But Oakland is more than capable of hosting a boxing fight of epic proportions... If someone can travel to Vegas, they can travel to Oakland, which actually is easer to get to by car and has decent transit. Make sense?

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  • davefromvancouv
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    Originally posted by Sid-Knee View Post

    Fury didn't fail in the Wlad fight. But you've been told enough times, so it doesn't matter. You just get back to the f3cking creepy madness and lies as usual. You'll be gone soon enough anyway.
    Fury tested positive for nandrolone after the Klitschko fight:
    "In a UKADA drug test, Fury tested positive for the banned steroid Nandrolone in an earlier fight, even though, for reasons still unclear, the results did not come to light until June, well after he had beaten Klitschko."
    https://www.espn.com/boxing/story/_/...enzoylecgonine

    He then successfully avoided the rematch. Didn't work this time with Wilder and now Fury is a little more than a month away from getting knocked out. Hopefully Joshua gets by Usyk and then we can have the real undisputed fight between the new lineal champion Wilder and UK sensation, Anthony Joshua.

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  • Kezzer
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    My money is on a wilder ko.

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  • Sid-Knee
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    Originally posted by billeau2 View Post

    They used to critisize Andre Ward because he wanted to fight out of Oakland... Oakland which is about 7 hours from Las Vegas, has airports, hotels, retaurants and a great stadium! Oakland could use the money... I used to respect Ward for doing so.
    I don't know what this has to do with the point the other poster was making and my reply, but, OK. Haha.

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  • Sid-Knee
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    Originally posted by petero View Post

    Let's not forget where 'the negative' began, who continues to perpetuated it and WHO started it? You have a very very long history of saying awful RACIST things about Irish/uk white people which in unacceptable. Now you are complaining about it turning negative? F-off
    1Hour doesn't actually mean anything he says you know. He's trolling you and anyone he can. He knows the things he says are insane. It's the others on the forum who mean what they say.

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  • Sid-Knee
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    Originally posted by davefromvancouv View Post

    Because he is finally going to pay for what he did in the Wilder rematch, and it will give him flashbacks to the Klitschko fight, when he successfully avoided THAT rematch after testing positive for nandrolone for THEIR first fight:

    https://www.theguardian.com/sport/20...est-nandrolone
    Fury didn't fail in the Wlad fight. But you've been told enough times, so it doesn't matter. You just get back to the f3cking creepy madness and lies as usual. You'll be gone soon enough anyway.

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  • Sid-Knee
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    Originally posted by Robertthebruce View Post

    Yeah yeah yeah loser. Was it Haymon that gave fury Steroids a few years ago when he faked a mental illness to create a smokescreen about his cheating??
    I bet Haymon also put drugs inside Canelos beef and also injected Jarell Miller whilst he was sleeping. Maybe he even spiked dillian Whyte, BJS and povetkin in the past for good measure. Fury is a dodgy guy and should be tested vigorously.
    No one is as dodgy as Haymon. Even before he came into boxing as a name he was being sued by Jay Z and Beyonce for being a crook. He's not going to come this far and let anyone walk away without his stench attached to it. He's already ripped Fury off in fight 1. Had the WBC f3ck Whyte over by keeping him away from Deontay. And made sure they slandered AJ and ducked him while spewing out propaganda to build Wilder up.

    You heard it here first. I expected it after the second fight. But instead we got the most deranged and extremist delusions and slander. next time they're loading the table with the ref, judges, and the dark arts. The ref didn't go extreme enough last time even though they tried damn hard. They'll do a better job of corruption this time though.

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  • Dustin Tanner
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    And just like that the fight is done more next week mate gibberish

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