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  • #21
    Originally posted by factsarenice View Post

    Wilder didn't look bad fighting Fury he looked unprofessional, Wilder looked like a rank amateur and his excuses prove he learned nothing.
    Well, that's what happens when you get rabbit-punched numerous times in the first round alone.

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    • #22
      Originally posted by OnlytheTruth View Post

      You're barking up the wrong tree there, little man.
      Go on, keep trying your best.

      Seems like someone bad mouthing Tyson has touched every nerve you have. Dry your eyes and brush the salt off.
      I’ve reeled you in like a fish now it’s time to cast you back out into the wilderness. Nothing but a cod fillet.

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      • #23
        I doubt the WBC would want windmill back as its belt holder.

        PBC basically held the strap to ransom in buttloosa alabammy feeding Wilder cans to crush.

        That did nothing but feed his ego to the point where he thought he was a king and the hardest puncher in history.

        How deluded and lacking in self awareness could one get?

        If I was the WBC, I'd give Wilder a hard pass and find a champion that is more articulate, interesting and capable of generating income beyond some assbackwards southern U.S state.

        The fact is, Fury, whether you like him or not, is articulate, interesting and capable of generating income beyond Wilder's limited capacity.

        Oh and there's also the fact that Fury is the legit champion and belt holder who beat the best of the best of his time barring one...

        THE GIANT GLASS JAWED ROBOT AWAITS!!!

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        • #24
          Originally posted by factsarenice View Post
          Come again? You missed it. Fury beat the hell out of Wilder and knocked him out.


          Wrong asshole! Come again; Tyson Fury cheated and quit the July 24th trilogy bout by feigning an illness for a fight that he never has any intentions of ever fighting again. Do you know why?

          It's because Wilder snatched both his balls, heart, mind and soul out from under him in the rematch. He hit Wilder with everything he got and still couldn't put him away.

          You might as well face the facts and the truth; Tyson Fury is a broken fighter now who is mentally weak and shall never be the same again. That rematch with Wilder must have really ruined him mentally.

          He left part of himself in that ring that night that he shall never be able to get back. Just like when Ali beat Frazier in Manila or when Duran defeated Leonard in Montreal.

          Neither of the winners were ever the same after those fights and the very same thing has now happened to Tyson Fury.

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          • #25
            Froch is right, he'd be too big and too strong for both of em. Let's see if Golovkin wants a dance partner in front of 80,000 Wembleys at George Groves' house.

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            • #26
              Originally posted by champion4ever View Post

              Wrong asshole! Come again; Tyson Fury cheated and quit the July 24th trilogy bout by feigning an illness for a fight that he never has any intentions of ever fighting again. Do you know why?

              It's because Wilder snatched both his balls, heart, mind and soul out from under him in the rematch. He hit Wilder with everything he got and still couldn't put him away.

              You might as well face the facts and the truth; Tyson Fury is a broken fighter now who is mentally weak and shall never be the same again. That rematch with Wilder must have really ruined him mentally.

              He left part of himself in that ring that night that he shall never be able to get back. Just like when Ali beat Frazier in Manila or when Duran defeated Leonard in Montreal.

              Neither of the winners were ever the same after those fights and the very same thing has now happened to Tyson Fury.
              Haha...cool story bro!

              I'm thinking you're possibly a variant from another universe where Wilder actually won the rematch and was never a bloodied, bumbling beaten fighter incapable of defending himself or throwing shots back in response to Fury's brutal onslaught.

              ...and you don't know you're in a different reality which is why you refuse to accept facts.

              Turn on your heartlight and try phoning home is my advice.
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              • #27
                Quite the contrary! Wilder will be drained from being angry for so long; it will be like wearing an outfit that weighs a ton of humiliation during a ring walk that goes from the US to England.

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                • #28
                  Originally posted by champion4ever View Post

                  Wrong asshole! Come again; Tyson Fury cheated and quit the July 24th trilogy bout by feigning an illness for a fight that he never has any intentions of ever fighting again. Do you know why?

                  It's because Wilder snatched both his balls, heart, mind and soul out from under him in the rematch. He hit Wilder with everything he got and still couldn't put him away.

                  You might as well face the facts and the truth; Tyson Fury is a broken fighter now who is mentally weak and shall never be the same again. That rematch with Wilder must have really ruined him mentally.

                  He left part of himself in that ring that night that he shall never be able to get back. Just like when Ali beat Frazier in Manila or when Duran defeated Leonard in Montreal.

                  Neither of the winners were ever the same after those fights and the very same thing has now happened to Tyson Fury.
                  You are about as smart as a box of rocks. Either that or you are dyslexic. You have the two confused as to who took who's balls

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                  • #29
                    Originally posted by pollywog View Post

                    Haha...cool story bro!

                    I'm thinking you're possibly a variant from another universe where Wilder actually won the rematch and was never a bloodied, bumbling beaten fighter incapable of defending himself or throwing shots back in response to Fury's brutal onslaught.

                    ...and you don't know you're in a different reality which is why you refuse to accept facts.

                    Turn on your heartlight and try phoning home is my advice.
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                    ​ You low-life scum piece of shit! What the fuck does this has to do with the trilogy?

                    Fine, Fury damaged a bloodied, bumbling beaten fighter incapable of defending himself or throwing shots back while Deontay Wilder mentally destroyed Tyson Fury; Which is why he canceled the July 24th trilogy bout.

                    Fury is a broken fighter now who is mentally weak; Which was the cause of his nervous breakdown. If it were not so then why would he refuse to fight an opponent that easily beat?

                    I'll tell you why it's because Fury is scared shit less out of his pants? He knows he cheated and did Wilder dirty in the rematch and so does Wilder.

                    So now his mind his consumed with both fear and guilt about what happened that night and what Wilder wants to do to him in the ring. I guarantee you that Fury shall never step foot back into a boxing ring again with Deontay Wilder.

                    That October rescheduling date is just a sham. It's a ploy for Tyson Fury to continue to delay and postpone the trilogy bout because he is never fighting Deontay Wilder again and remember where you've heard it here first.

                    COVID my fucking ass!

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                    • #30
                      Originally posted by vitali1999 View Post

                      You are about as smart as a box of rocks. Either that or you are dyslexic. You have the two confused as to who took who's balls
                      Eat a dick asshole! Why did Fury cancel the fight then? Tell me why smart guy?

                      Your hero is a fucking loser, coward and a fraud! Wilder's Spirit isn't broken. He wants to fight but Fury's spirit is which is why he is avoiding the fight.

                      Fury mind is both destroyed and broken. He is both unstable and unpredictable. He's never fighting Wilder again and you can take that to the bank.

                      I wouldn't be surprised if he retires if he is forced fight Wilder again.

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