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  • #41
    Wilder is not mentally strong enough to be gracious in defeat.
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    • #42
      If you consider all the ridiculous allegations of cheating that Wilder was spouting, it was very sporting of Fury to even offer him his hand. Difficult to forgive that. Wilder is just salty af because his cherry-pick beat him senseless. Fury is the bigger man in more ways than one.
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      • #43
        Originally posted by champion4ever View Post
        That's right Teddy. Wilder doesn't owe Fury anything. So he doesn't have to shake hands with him if he doesn't want to.

        Wilder considers him his enemy now who; At first he didn't until Fury attempted to deliberately, disfigure, permanently and fatally injure him in their rematch. Which is hard for anyone to forgive.

        So, It's safe to say that Tyson shall remain in Deontay's shit house for a very long time now. Unless, Fury comes clean about confessing and repenting for his transgressions he committed against him that night. So fuck that motherfucker!
        Yesterday you were piously telling us all how much of a good sport you were in congratulating Fury on his victory and acknowledging him as the superior fighter... Whilst lambasting us all from up on your high horse for denigrating Wilder.

        Keep those Wildersexual tears flowing. I can't wait for tomorrow's spin.
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        • #44
          Does it really bother me? nope.. Just shows his ****ty character tbh

          He can't accept he was beaten 3x.. OK 2x (officially) by Fury

          It hurt his ego so badly he made a **** ton of not just bad.. but flat out EMBARRASSING excuses for his second loss.. and then repeated before the 3rd fight and talked about destroying Fury and making him pay

          Like Fury said.. if he really thought he only lost because Fury "cheated".. why the massive change in camps

          And you can be sure IF Wilder had somehow won the third fight he would act like the 2nd didn't count because Fury "cheated"

          TDLR.. No handshake doesn't bother me.. Anyone with a clue knows Wilder sucks as a person before that happened

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          • #45
            Wilder was concussed, had a broken hand and just lost a big fight to a better boxer. He's human. I do expect him to give Fury a call in a couple months for acknowledgement and congrats

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            • #46
              He’s right.

              I don’t know why boxers hug and shake hands after fights.

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              • #47
                Wilders a clown ,got what he’s deserved . Crazy Teddy ,Wilder didn’t accept his defeat because he’s got a sickness. It’s called disillusioned .

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                • #48
                  Originally posted by Jack_sh*t View Post

                  Yesterday you were piously telling us all how much of a good sport you were in congratulating Fury on his victory and acknowledging him as the superior fighter... Whilst lambasting us all from up on your high horse for denigrating Wilder.

                  Keep those Wildersexual tears flowing. I can't wait for tomorrow's spin.
                  Originally posted by denium View Post

                  I see you're back to troll mode, I assume that your new humble persona wasn't getting as many bites.

                  Sad!
                  Listen, fellas! Everything I said about Fury and his fans after his trilogy bout with Wilder was true..He was the better man that night and he was a lot better than I expected. I congratulated and wished him well and much success in the future as the best heavyweight on the planet as he traveled down the road of the heavyweight division and represent it well.

                  I had taken the high road Saturday night by eating more than my share of humble pie by being gracious in defeat. I could have easily ran and duck for cover and you all would have never seen me again but I am a man of great honor, fortitude, courage and character.

                  That hasn't changed. I meant every word I said about the trilogy bout. However, it doesn't mean that I believe that he is a good man. Also, it does not absolve him of the transgressions he committed against Deontay Wilder in the ring leading up to their trilogy bout. either. I believed it then and I believed it now that he cheated and done Deontay Wilder dirty in both fights leading up to the trilogy bout.

                  There's enough photo and video evidence in order to prove it. So whether he decides to forgive Tyson Fury that is left entirely up to him. However, one thing is for sure I shall support whatever decision he does decide to make.
                  Last edited by champion4ever; 10-14-2021, 05:34 AM.

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                  • #49
                    I think it's funny how fans make these things such a big deal when the actual fighters don't care.

                    Fans really losing sleep over a guy they never liked doing something they dislike
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                    • #50
                      As bad as I hate to admit Atlas may have a point here he does. I think it should be a hard pill to swallow that a guy you say you dont like just beat you. The build up to fights shows fighters you are ready to tear each other apart and then after the fight they hug and laugh and enjoy each other. You can respect the other guy without being his friend. People look too much into crap like this. The better man in Fury won again. That much is obvious. That doesnt mean Wilder should be his friend now.

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