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  • #61
    Originally posted by Mr Giggles View Post
    I TOLD you!! I told you all! Whyte knocks out fury and they know this! People just need to listen to me when I speak!
    What is it exactly about Whyte that makes you think he will be able to handle a 6'9" 277 pound mobile aggressive heavyweight in Fury and manage to knock him out before he eats one and crumbles? I'm literally asking if you dont care to explain it.

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    • #62
      If Whyte beats Wallin then Fury should fight him no matter what his dad thinks. He's been WBC mandatory for an eternity.
      whollisboxing likes this.

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      • #63
        Originally posted by Stuntman Mike View Post

        And getting polaxed the exact same way against Steve cunningham a man that struggled to put away cruiserweights..cunningham literally relied on workrate to win his fights at cruiser but he looked just as powerful as wilder flattening fury


        Wilder isn't the atg puncher people try and pretend he is ...atg punchers put away champions..not gifted belt made up champions but proper champions like foreman obliterating frazier


        Tommy morrison would go through wilders resume and flatten every single one of them just the same ...Heck put butterbean in with wilders opponents excluding fury and ortiz and he'd go down as the greatest puncher of all time even more so
        Who cares? Whyte isn't beating Fury, sorry *******

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        • #64
          We've already seen this fight . . . Nov. 29, 2014.

          Tyson Fury smashed Dereck Chisora's face with a jab, and Chisora had no answers.

          Chisora's team waved the white flag and stopped the brutal beatdown as Chisora collapsed in the corner. The same would happen to Whyte.

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          • #65
            Shyte isn't going to get past Wallin.

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            • #66
              Originally posted by Get em up View Post

              What is it exactly about Whyte that makes you think he will be able to handle a 6'9" 277 pound mobile aggressive heavyweight in Fury and manage to knock him out before he eats one and crumbles? I'm literally asking if you dont care to explain it.
              Because whyte is a lot bigger than wilder, Tyson won’t be able to manhandle him and bully him like he did to wilder. Also Whyte is a lot tougher mentally, he won’t back down in the verbal war with fury. Plus Whyte is a lot lot lot better boxer than wilder is and also carries a lot of power, Whyte will be able to set up his power punches unlike wilder who was just telegraphing it.

              Whyte knocks fury OUT.

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              • #67
                I'm sick of listening to this gyppo dosser on talksport. Even worse than the son because this idiot has won nothing and done nothing in his entire life.

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by NYG View Post

                  You think Whyte will knock Fury down or beat him?
                  Whyte will be a bit more patient than Wilder, his jab is equally as good as well 'And Whyte can hit fairly hard'.

                  I don't think these guys have to chase Fury anymore i.e Fury is most likely going to come and find them inside the ring. Fury does not used movement anymore, accept a tiny step back here and there 'But it is hardly bamboozling, not like when he was 'The Riddler'.

                  Overall, I think Whyte vs Fury will be another good fight 'A fight where Fury gets hit, and has to overcome'.

                  There are just no easy fights for Kronk Fury anymore, under Peter Fury? Dillian Whyte may have been a easy fight for Fury.

                  No hardcore Tyson Fury fan can sit here and tell me 'That Kronk Fury is peak Fury' none.

                  The Riddler, which is the version we saw under Peter Fury was peak Fury 'But unfortunately, just like Muhammad Ali & Mike Tyson, Fury's peak version of himself was never really allowed to push himself to his limits.

                  Tyson Fury adapted his game, in order to stay on top. I think this is something that heavyweights sometimes achieve more than the fighters in the lower weights. I think this is because, there are just so many dimensions to the heavyweight division.

                  Anthony Joshua for his rematch vs Usyk, could completely change his style and physical dimensions if he wanted to 'You cannot really do that in any other division'.

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                  • #69
                    I really hope this fight gets made. Whyte deserves a shot. Not Tom Schwartz

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                    • #70
                      I hope to see it if Whyte get's past Wallin. Whyte/Fury while the Joshua/Usyk rematch takes place sounds good to me.

                      Be interesting to see if the WBC do strip Fury if he doesn't face his mandatory.

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