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  • #2
    Wilder is locked in, fury isn't. I have a feeling that wilder will do it

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      • #4
        Originally posted by harry-greb View Post
        Wilder is locked in, fury isn't. I have a feeling that wilder will do it





        i see where you went wrong

        what do you base that comment on...?

        they said Fury got knocked down in sparring... that was nonsense

        they said Fury did not get covid... that was nnonsense

        they said Fury will weigh 290... that was nonsense







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        • #5
          The writer doesn't take into account Wilder's best preparation ever, and the intangibles. Wilder will win this by ko.

          If he doesn't, I'd be very surprised, despite Fury's clear and incredibly impressive win in the second fight.

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          • #6
            Wilder was gassed after 5 rounds last fight , now he’s jacked he’s gonna gas quicker

            Fury knocks his ass out
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            • #7
              I think the referee is going to play a major role in this one, if he doesn't tolerate any headlocks or wrestling from Fury, which was mainly what wore Wilder down in the 2nd fight, then this becomes more of a boxing match and Wilder will have more juice especially down the stretch like in the first fight.
              Wilder needs all the dirty tricks he can learn to make the inside a painful place for Fury to make Fury think twice about walking/wrestling him down, Crawford did a fantastic job of being extremely rough on the inside against Postol, who is also a jab and grab type fighter and it completely stopped Postol from even trying to hold.

              Wilder is very dangerous at midrange or outside, he needs to neutralize Fury on the inside at all costs even if it involves a couple of elbows, headbutt, rabbit punches and lowblows. Best of luck to both.
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              • #8
                Heavyweight boxing between two completely unpredictable fighters...yeah, might be a good one to not commit to expecting any result other than “did y'all just see that?”

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Dip_Slide View Post
                  I think the referee is going to play a major role in this one, if he doesn't tolerate any headlocks or wrestling from Fury, which was mainly what wore Wilder down in the 2nd fight, then this becomes more of a boxing match and Wilder will have more juice especially down the stretch like in the first fight.
                  Wilder needs all the dirty tricks he can learn to make the inside a painful place for Fury to make Fury think twice about walking/wrestling him down, Crawford did a fantastic job of being extremely rough on the inside against Postol, who is also a jab and grab type fighter and it completely stopped Postol from even trying to hold.

                  Wilder is very dangerous at midrange or outside, he needs to neutralize Fury on the inside at all costs even if it involves a couple of elbows, headbutt, rabbit punches and lowblows. Best of luck to both.
                  I was contemplating that myself. Fury uses his seize and weight to mail opponents abs lay on them much like foreman dod when he was younger and clearly hits in back of the head and does a lot of pushing if that’s allowed it’s going to be a bad night for wilder

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by aboutfkntime View Post






                    i see where you went wrong

                    what do you base that comment on...?

                    they said Fury got knocked down in sparring... that was nonsense

                    they said Fury did not get covid... that was nnonsense

                    they said Fury will weigh 290... that was nonsense







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                    How do you know if he was knocked down in sparring? Were you in camp with him?

                    If fury had covid, what was he doing taking pics with fans the next day?? Hmmmmm

                    Fury is taking wilder lightly. Wilder knows he is in the last chance saloon. A dangerous man. All logic points to a fury win, but I think wilder clips him

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