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    Deontay Wilder took the same approach on Tuesday as he has for most of the past 17 months--speaking only when he felt it was necessary to be heard. The former long-reigning heavyweight champion remained silent throughout Tuesday's press conference to announce his third fight with England's Tyson Fury (30-0-1, 21KOs), just as he remained mum during the months-long arbitration process to determine whether he was still contractually entitled to a third fight with the Brit.
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  • #2
    Fury can't run away, he's trapped! Wilder is going to behead him very early

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    • #3
      "silence is golden"....too bad that philosophy wasn't practiced when it came time for egg weights, wardrobe malfunctions and duplicitous trainers.

      The headphones and silence schtick smack of theatrics but none of that really matters. Wilder needs to land that right on Fury and Fury needs to avoid it while doing his own damage. It's that simple
      LacedUp, harry-greb and 2 others like this.

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      • #4
        So he’s willing to talk to the media when it benefits him.

        What an *******.

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        • #5
          The Gypsy-Bum legally manipulated the poorly funded UKAD British agency with his shark-lawyers in 2015. A undeserved title opportunity against long-reigning unified champion Wladimir Klitschko derived from Tyson's litigious threats and exploitation.

          Tyson Phooey, tried it again with Deontay Wilder in order to get to a even greater prize in Anthony Joshua, for a 'undisputed' clash. The American justice system put a end to Tyson's plan to further unfairly advance his career, and defraud Deontay Wilder his right to a rematch.

          This was was a win for the people.

          davefromvancouv, and 2 others like this.

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          • #6
            Funny how Wilder didn’t have the balls to say any of this to Fury in his face today while he was hiding behind Malik, his glasses, and his headphones

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            • #7
              Cornball Fury tried to run indeed. Fury believed like he does now: Wilder was/is “mentally weak,” destined to a life of fishing and catching frogs in Tuscaloosa - content waiting on fights against Arreola, Povetkin, Parker etc.,

              It’s apparent Orca Lean is still convinced Wilder is beneath him, but he’ll be surprised. Because when Fury again decides to use his RuPaul smothering tactics - with his blatant rabbit punching(?), Fury’ll now get blasted in his gonads quick!

              “Tyson Fury is the dirtiest fighter I’ve ever worked with”.....Referee Eddie Cotton...YouTube.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by dorruel2.0 View Post
                Funny how Wilder didn’t have the balls to say any of this to Fury in his face today while he was hiding behind Malik, his glasses, and his headphones
                Deontay Wilder captured and fascinated the publics attention in his silence, to a far greater degree than Tyson could achieve with his foolish antics. Deontay 'Bronze-Bomber' Wilder, has beat Fury in the court and has denied the Gypsy-Clown a stage in the first press-conference ; what Tyson has to say does not matter, the media is intrigued and await for Wilder's comments, this is total domination, power.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post

                  Deontay Wilder captured and fascinated the publics attention in his silence, to a far greater degree than Tyson could achieve with his foolish antics. Deontay 'Bronze-Bomber' Wilder, has beat Fury in the court and has denied the Gypsy-Clown a stage in the first press-conference ; what Tyson has to say does not matter, the media is intrigued and await for Wilder's comments, this is total domination, power.
                  Strong post! Very well said

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                  • #10
                    Wilder has talent. Wilder is unconventional which can make him hard to predict in the ring. Wilder has speed. Wilder has power.

                    Wilder does not have good fundamentals. Wilder does not have great ring awareness. Wilder does not keep his balance, often overreaching trying to get his power established. Wilder does not have patience in the ring. Wilder does not have a title any longer. Wilder does not have a victory in 2 tries against Fury.

                    If I look at those lists of what he has and does not have all I can honestly think is Fury is going to do exactly what he did in the last fight and dare Wilder to stop him. So it is all about the training camp, not the media tour. If Wilder wants to declare victory in how he is handling the pre-fight, more power to him. But if he thinks he can play mind games against a man who has defeated mental problems in his life but not make HUGE adjustments in the ring, I think 0-2-1 is likely to be where he ends up against Fury,

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