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    By Lyle Fitzsimmons - Four weeks out from a big fight, some folks out there are surely thinking it. But we'll go ahead and say it. Tyson Fury is the most physically daunting heavyweight champion who's ever lived. And when you blend athletic ability with a gargantuan 81-inch, 273-pound frame, it's hard to imagine anyone who's ever appeared in boxing's marquee division stepping into a 20 x 20 square and convincingly having their way with him.
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  • #2
    On July 24, Fury will lose absolutely everything:

    WBC belt
    Ring belt
    Lineal ''belt''
    Undefeated records
    Potential big showdown with A.J

    Maybe his life too...
    Last edited by Joeboxeo; 06-22-2021, 12:59 AM.
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    • #3
      : This may be the worst article ever on here.
      Dustin Tanner, krazy_d3 and 6 others like this.

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      • #4
        What's this writer trying to say? Which elite fighters has Fury fought, apart from the fading 39 years old Wlad? This article is a complete waste of time.

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        • #5
          Tyson Fury is the most physically daunting heavyweight champion who's ever lived.

          And when you blend athletic ability with a gargantuan 81-inch, 273-pound frame, it's hard to imagine anyone who's ever appeared in boxing's marquee division stepping into a 20 x 20 square and convincingly having their way with him.
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          81-inch, 273 pound frame, and Tyson still needs to grapple, rabbit-punch, palm-strike, choke, kick and slip his fist from the padded areas of his gloves in order to strike with his bare-fist, to beat cruiserweights -- not to mention all the juice hes on.

          I think that Deontay 'Bronze-Bomber' Wilder historic KO ratio, weighing in at the 'Bridgerweight' limit, is far more impressive.

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          • #6
            Fury is a problem for any HW past or present.

            Wilder isn't in Tyson's league and will get yet again get brutally beaten like a rabid dog.

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            • #7
              A year and a half of frustration. The stone cold silent 10-minute staredown.

              No doubt this will be the best fight, and the last fight of the Wilder vs. Fury rivalry.

              There will be so much violence, that ring will look like a murder scene by the end of the night.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post

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                81-inch, 273 pound frame, and Tyson still needs to grapple, rabbit-punch, palm-strike, choke, kick and slip his fist from the padded areas of his gloves in order to strike with his bare-fist, to beat cruiserweights -- not to mention all the juice hes on.

                I think that Deontay 'Bronze-Bomber' Wilder historic KO ratio, weighing in at the 'Bridgerweight' limit, is far more impressive.
                That KO of Cunningham was beautiful, Wilder better hope that happens to him instead of Fury turning him into a vegetable, which is very likely seeing as how Wilder just fired the only man on his team who would throw in the towel.

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                • #9
                  No doubt in my mind, Wilder will put this dirty fat a$$ to sleep! The little reign of the Gypsy queen was be short-lived

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post

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                    81-inch, 273 pound frame, and Tyson still needs to grapple, rabbit-punch, palm-strike, choke, kick and slip his fist from the padded areas of his gloves in order to strike with his bare-fist, to beat cruiserweights -- not to mention all the juice hes on.

                    I think that Deontay 'Bronze-Bomber' Wilder historic KO ratio, weighing in at the 'Bridgerweight' limit, is far more impressive.
                    Nice clip. Big thanks!

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