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  • #41
    Wilder can still have decent fights against AJ, Whyte, Usyk, Helenius, Joe Joyce, Fat Ruiz

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    • #42
      Originally posted by champion4ever View Post

      Man, I tip my hat to Tyson Fury. He fought a Hell of a fight after being dropped twice early by the hardest puncher in the heavyweight division. He was much better than I expected. Great call. You British and Tyson Fury fans and Wilder haters got it right this time. I admit that I was wrong.

      So therefore, I have to man up to eat my share of humble pie. There are no excuses.. Fury was clearly the better man that night and the best heavyweight on the planet. Which is why I wish him all the best as he travels down the road of success in the heavyweight division by representing it well.
      I applaud this response. I have to say Wilder deserves massive respect as well. I didn't think he could improve but he really did. The heart he displayed throughout was admirable. I honestly have a totally different view of the man, he went down fighting and never gave up on himself. Credit to both men for giving us a true high drama classic.
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      • #43
        Originally posted by jonnyc420 View Post

        I applaud this response. I have to say Wilder deserves massive respect as well. I didn't think he could improve but he really did. The heart he displayed throughout was admirable. I honestly have a totally different view of the man, he went down fighting and never gave up on himself. Credit to both men for giving us a true high drama classic.
        Nice Post!
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        • #44
          Originally posted by JATExTHAxSNAKE View Post

          Now folks are clutching straws and you suggest chewing lemon skins….yea how bout you chew this dick…..it was a long count…..certainly not fury’s fault but yes it was long….that falls on the ref …..Tyson as well as other fighters employ dirty tactics even mayweather ..this is a sport with specific rules….hell why not just have no holds barred street fight….these are supposed to be professional sanctioned fights….I’m not looking to deny fury’s win as I felt over all that he boxed nicely without the dirty tactics that he employed…..just wish people would stop denial of what their own eyes are showing them…..
          You are right it is a sport with specific rules.

          Want to quote me the rule on the ten count? Which part of it was broken?

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          • #45
            Originally posted by champion4ever View Post

            Man, I tip my hat to Tyson Fury. He fought a Hell of a fight after being dropped twice early by the hardest puncher in the heavyweight division. He was much better than I expected. Great call. You British and Tyson Fury fans and Wilder haters got it right this time. I admit that I was wrong.

            So therefore, I have to man up to eat my share of humble pie. There are no excuses.. Fury was clearly the better man that night and the best heavyweight on the planet. Which is why I wish him all the best as he travels down the road of success in the heavyweight division by representing it well.
            Good on you.
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            • #46
              People talking about this '10 count' need to seriously get a grip. Its pretty clear fury made the veteran move and waited until the end of the count to get up. Had the referee counted a lil quicker then he also would have got up quicker. He could have popped up on the count of 1 but like and savvy veteran he gave himself the full time allowed. People need to just accept he's physically and mentally above wilder and at 35 there's nothing wilder can do to reverse that. He should look to get AJ to cement his legacy as the no.2 heavyweight of this era

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              • #47
                If Wilder continues and can win again at the top level it shows he has more to him than anyone gives him credit for.

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                • #48
                  Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post
                  Hello. I'm continuing my investigation of Tyson's and fellow crook Russell Mora and Toprank promotions, for defrauding the 'Bronze-Bomber' Deontay Wilder, the sport of boxing and the general public on October the 9th.

                  Considering that Deontay Wilder could of been killed on the 9th, I think that the NSAC and boxing-fans are obligated to review the footage of illegal dangerous tactics and strikes, that eventually lead to a brutal KO stoppage, for the sake of the safety of fighters and the longevity of the sport.

                  If someone personally knows Russell Mora, I encourage you to confront him for his negligence with the footage that I have presented the boxingscene ( links are provided below ).

                  I've noticed that a small portion of the casual internet-boxing community has received my findings unfavorably. As a result of my due diligence as a real fan of boxing and shocking publications, I have recently found cruel and wounding private messages in my inbox for the overwhelming amount of unflattering footage of Tyson violating the Marquess of Queensberry Rules and unified rules of boxing during his bout with Deontay the 'Bronze-Bomber' Wilder.

                  However, the honest and informed boxing fan has expressed great appreciation for my work, I thank you for your support ; together we can educate the ignorant general-public and even boxing-writers for the good of the sport ( namely the boxers ) and its accurate/factual representation in various platforms.

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                  ^using the hand to hold, using the forearm and striking.

                  https://www.boxingscene.com/forums/b...dn-t-script-it

                  https://www.boxingscene.com/forums/b...2-fao-1hourrun
                  If Fury didn't get up in the fourth I'm sure you would have let me and all the others have it? It was a great fight, full respect to Wilder.
                  Time to let go, take a breather from this.
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                  • #49
                    Originally posted by jonnyc420 View Post

                    I applaud this response. I have to say Wilder deserves massive respect as well. I didn't think he could improve but he really did. The heart he displayed throughout was admirable. I honestly have a totally different view of the man, he went down fighting and never gave up on himself. Credit to both men for giving us a true high drama classic.
                    This Champion4ever Guy you praise is Full of **** & all Talk
                    He Still owes me $100 after losing on the Wilder/Fury Fight

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                    • #50
                      Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post

                      Your description is disingenuous. I have submitted plenty of irrefutable flagrant fouls carried-out by Tyson Fury, which gradually lead him to take command and momentum in the fight. When the contest first started, Wilder was having great success, much of that was due to the fact that Tyson had not begun to cheat.

                      I have a very busy schedule, yet I have submitted ample evidence ( in this thread and in the links provided ) to prove that Tyson cheated to win. Even If I continued to present even more irrefutable proof of Fury's underhanded methods to victory, you have already decided that his win meets your low-standards. So there is nothing much more to say, but good day.



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                      What are the odds that in two fights that involved pivotal moments in two knockdowns, Jack Reiss and Russell Mora could not successfully execute proper protocols? You would think that that after the first fight, the NSAC would appoint a referee that has not been involved in any scandalous results.

                      I will be moving on soon, your reply is strange considering we are only three days removed from the fight ; to suggest that I have been clinging on to some old topic is invalid.
                      Well well....
                      You sitting at home for hours finding ways to discredit Furys win over Wilder is amazing
                      Damn
                      Educate us Fans...
                      All this evidence you have of Fury's Cheating
                      ​Why doesn't Wilder's
                      Management
                      Trainers
                      Promoters
                      All File a complaint and get this Fight Null & Void
                      You know why?
                      Tyson Fury beat Deontay Wilder fair & square

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