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    • #92
      Originally posted by I have no ears View Post

      Marciano and Louis may not get knocked out by fury but I highly doubt they could win that fight if fury fought how he did in wilder 2, using his size and weight to drain an opponent wilder's size shows it works, now imagine him using the same tactics against Marciano and u know what the outcome would be, prime foreman on the other hand could very easily drop fury if he connected cleanly but it's whether he could keep him down or not as fury has shown down the years he has a very good chin, he could even withstand his own uppercut haha
      Both Marciano and Louis would stop Fury. Louis would do it in elegant fashion.
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      • #93
        Originally posted by denium View Post

        He said it in his recent ES News interview.

        You won't show any evidence because there isn't any. If there was, Fury would probably be in prison, or at the very least, banned from the sport.


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        No, Deontay Wilder said it's because Tyson Fury has the complexion for the protection; Is why those in authority simply chose to look the other way and just turn a blind eye to his alleged subterfuge and cheating with the glove scandal without so much as a hearing or an inquiry.

        Also, you mentioned Elie Seckbach. In that interview, in regards to the Tyson Fury Breach of contract case; He said that he knew that they would prevail all along because they had all the facts and proof on their side. Next he mentioned the courts and how some judges can rule differently.

        He mentioned how he lost his court case to Alexander Povetkin back in 2018. He said initially they had won that case but a month or several weeks later another judge came in who he didn't know and ruled it another way because at the end of the day he said that they had no proof. He wasn't in no way, shape or form referring to the Tyson Fury glove scandal.

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        • #94
          Originally posted by Pac=Duran View Post

          Tell that to Wilder and the Bum Squad who were trying to cause a race war before and after the Fury destruction of Beyonce
          He's only speaking the truth. Why are you attempting to suppress the truth?

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          • #95
            Originally posted by Boxviewer View Post
            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.
            Don't forget "All In" Wallin.

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            • #96
              Originally posted by champion4ever View Post
              He's only speaking the truth. Why are you attempting to suppress the truth?
              What are the truths Wilder is speaking?

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              • #97
                Originally posted by champion4ever View Post

                No, Deontay Wilder said it's because Tyson Fury has the s complexion for the protection; Is why those in authority simply chose to look the other way and just turn a blind eye to his alleged subterfuge and cheating with the glove scandal without so much as a hearing or an inquiry.

                Also, you mentioned Elie Seckbach. In that interview, in regards to the Tyson Fury Breach of contract case; He said that he knew that they would prevail all along because they had all the facts and proof on their side. Next he mentioned the courts and how some judges can rule differently.

                He mentioned how he lost his court case to Alexander Povetkin back in 2018. He said initially they had won that case but a month or several weeks later another judge came in who he didn't know and ruled it another way because at the end of the day he said that they had no proof. He wasn't in no way, shape or form referring to the Tyson Fury glove scandal.
                Fury is a gypsy, and they're known as the something of Europe, I'll let you google the exact saying.

                Fury gets no protection and has had to do everything in his career the hard way, he wasn't given an easy world title shot like Deontay.

                Yes Haymon clearly has good lawyers, it's a shame these good lawyers can't produce any evidence of Fury cheating.
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                • #98
                  Originally posted by champion4ever View Post

                  No, I must stop you there. Wilder had both the heart and courage to fight the Bogeyman of the division who was undefeated at the time and one who nobody wanted to fight out of fear. On the other hand, by the time Fury fought Wlad he was an old washed up fighter who had already been knocked out three times. Huge difference!
                  Lol - u really bought into the hype of Wilder calling the Cuban Senior Citizen the “boogeymen”? The same Ortiz who actually went the distance with Malik Scott and C.Hammer…get real!! Ortiz best win was years prior to fighting Wilder - against Jennings..and thats not saying much! By ur logic - Fury fighting/whipping Wilder twice must make him the most courageous fighter in boxing!

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                  • #99
                    Fury ain't beating a prime Larry Holmes or George Foreman. The heavyweight scene was so much more competitive in the past. Now every big American tries to do the NFL - the money is so much greater in football. Football over boxing is the 100% logical move. Seriously Wilder was a good football player; it's only a unique situation that caused him to boxing instead.

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                    • Originally posted by champion4ever View Post

                      He didn't admit anything. He's one hundred thousand percent convinced that Tyson Fury had cheated, defrauded and done him dirty.
                      So wait, we're back to square one again. He was now motivated and determined in the previous fight? Or did he admit he wasn't?

                      You can't seem to decide.

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