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  • #11
    One man has a life threatening disease, the other is as strong as a bull, free of injury. Alexander Povetkin, KO Dillian Whyte in their first encounter, in the rematch, Povetkin contracted COVID-19 and looked awful. This would make back-to-back CORONA infections for a WBC HW championship bout, Tyson Fury not only has to get in fighting shape, but his immune system must repair all the damage from the ravaging CORONA virus -- that is IF Tyson actually has it.

    Some observers said that Deontay did not have enough time to learn from coach Malik Scott, this will be a second training camp for Wilder, so now the sword is going to be even sharper to cut the Gypsy-Bum's head off clean. The walls are closing in on you Tyson.

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    • #12
      I said it from get go that this weekend as done because fury was obviously having a bad camp. I said it before and I’ll say it again that fury was getting worked over and touched up by Jarrod Anderson in sparring and that hurt his and his camp’s confidence against a man that has eaten, slept, dreamt, mulled, sang, trained for fury since his loss. It’s a good thing they postponed it, fury was on his way to being beaten by wilder and I am one who thinks fury has wilder’s number if he is healthy and focused. Makes me wonder if fury has stayed clean….wilder’s obsessive nationalism driven haters talk about his mental health when I don’t recall wilder blowing up to 28st and going on illegal narcotics, alcohol, and performance enhancing binges….

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      • #13
        Originally posted by Earl-Hickey View Post
        When the arbitration ended after Fury had been preparing for the Joshua fight for months while Wilder had been preparing for Fury for a year, they then announced the fury Wilder fight for in 7.5 weeks or something and I said then, Fury would be smart to feign an injury as he shouldn't give Wilder the benefit of having a load of prep time over him.

        It's likely this is a planned, intentional move and Fury probably didn't even start really hard training yet. Meanwhile Wilder has just gone through a hard camp and will now have to start another one immediately after.

        Fury is 10 steps ahead of bum squad.


        Feary said himself he wasn't affected, because he hadn't started training for either guy. Or did you not see the press conference where Feary was the only one running his mouth?

        Also, the July dare was announced by Top Rank, Feary'S promoter. Wilder didn't choose the date to try to catch Feary off guard.

        Truth is, Feary has been cooked up, and out of shape, and was getting beat on in sparring. He needs more time.

        You guys talk out of both sides of your mouth. One minute, Wilder's a dosser with no skills, the next minute, Feary's been preparing for AJ, and needs more time to prepare for Wilder (a bum he's beaten twice).

        You UK fanboys need to get your stories together, because it's not adding up.

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        • #14
          Jared Anderson is fast with skills. He's the diametrically opposite of Wilder.

          Fury by UD, you heard it here 1st.

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          • #15
            Everyone saw Fury psychically beat Wilder twice, but judges gave it a draw...whatever. Fury will beat Wilder again for the third time because he has his number, pure and simple.

            Originally posted by FLY TY View Post



            Feary said himself he wasn't affected, because he hadn't started training for either guy. Or did you not see the press conference where Feary was the only one running his mouth?

            Also, the July dare was announced by Top Rank, Feary'S promoter. Wilder didn't choose the date to try to catch Feary off guard.

            Truth is, Feary has been cooked up, and out of shape, and was getting beat on in sparring. He needs more time.

            You guys talk out of both sides of your mouth. One minute, Wilder's a dosser with no skills, the next minute, Feary's been preparing for AJ, and needs more time to prepare for Wilder (a bum he's beaten twice).

            You UK fanboys need to get your stories together, because it's not adding up.
            greeneye99 likes this.

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            • #16
              Even the elephant in the room doesn't want to see this fight...

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              • #17
                Originally posted by Oshio View Post

                Dear Sir, there's no way Wilder wins this fight. Fury has his soul. All of these delays is to frustrate Wilder and keep him off the ring still. I saw this coming and I expect more tricks from Fury
                Dear Sir, there's no way that Tyson steps foot back into a boxing ring with Wilder because he is a broken fighter who is mentally weak; Which explains his nervous breakdown. That Wilder rematch permanently ruined him and his career.

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                • #18
                  The WBC is going to eventually strip Fury if he doesn't give Wilder his mandatory rematch. Either they are going to order a mandatory bout between Dillian Whyte and Deontay Wilder for the title or declare Wilder as its rightful champion for Fury's forfeiture.

                  It's because Fury is never stepping foot back inside of a boxing ring with Deontay Wilder again. So stick a fork in him because he is done. Wilder has mentally ruined this man. He is now a broken fighter. It's possible that Tyson Fury's career could very well be over.

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post
                    One man has a life threatening disease, the other is as strong as a bull, free of injury. Alexander Povetkin, KO Dillian Whyte in their first encounter, in the rematch, Povetkin contracted COVID-19 and looked awful. This would make back-to-back CORONA infections for a WBC HW championship bout, Tyson Fury not only has to get in fighting shape, but his immune system must repair all the damage from the ravaging CORONA virus -- that is IF Tyson actually has it.

                    Some observers said that Deontay did not have enough time to learn from coach Malik Scott, this will be a second training camp for Wilder, so now the sword is going to be even sharper to cut the Gypsy-Bum's head off clean. The walls are closing in on you Tyson.
                    Wilder didn't look bad fighting Fury he looked like a rank amateur. Wilder's never ending excuses only proved he learned nothing. Wilder's excuses echo Donald Trump's method of repeating a lie over and over and over again to sway the weak minded. The REAL question is whether or not Wilder is desperate enough to take PEDs and the answer is Maybe. Sound familiar?
                    Last edited by factsarenice; 07-14-2021, 11:17 AM.

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                    • #20
                      GTFOH! Wilder forced this fight in court because Wilder is desperate for the fight. Fury convincingly beat the hell out of Wilder and knocked him out.

                      Frankly, if they don't fight again nobody honestly cares or believes Wilder had a chance in hell anyway and that's the way history will record it....plan and simple . As for the WBC sham belt...the WBC is a joke, nobody but Sullaman give a shyt about the WBC.

                      Lets not get this twisted...Wilder is desperate for this fight.

                      Originally posted by champion4ever View Post
                      The WBC is going to eventually strip Fury if he doesn't give Wilder his mandatory rematch. Either they are going to order a mandatory bout between Dillian Whyte and Deontay Wilder for the title or declare Wilder as its rightful champion for Fury's forfeiture.

                      It's because Fury is never stepping foot back inside of a boxing ring with Deontay Wilder again. So stick a fork in him because he is done. Wilder has mentally ruined this man. He is now a broken fighter. It's possible that Tyson Fury's career could very well be over.
                      Last edited by factsarenice; 07-14-2021, 10:59 AM.

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