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Clear audio of Deontay Wilder telling Tyson Fury “I don’t respect you” after The Gypsy King gives him big props.

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  • Nash out
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    Wilder loves and respects Fury, he is just unwilling to admit it, just like the many on here who love and respect Nash. Nash out.

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  • Boxing-1013
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    When you win, at anything, you have to let the loser come to you first. Let them process the loss and then come to you, if they want to.

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  • Mammoth
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    Seems hard to give a **** about this. What kind of soft ass ish do we expect from men who sought out this violent profession?

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  • elfag
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    Originally posted by dan_cov View Post
    The guys here to knock fools unconscious and to feed his family not to make friends. When I see Wilder or watch him I am tuning in because I want to see violence, I want to see bitterness and anger. Not this fake as bs with grown men acting fake towards each other.
    I'm going to kill you, bringing families into it then the next minute they're basically tossing each other off in the corner...its embarrassing. 99% of the time its nothing but a fake niceness its only done because its deemed an acceptable way to conduct yourself.
    If you want to hold a grudge then do so, don't let any mofo tell you how to act or who you have to respect other than your parents.

    I don't think he's a sore loser lets be real if he'd have knocked Fury out he'd of probably spat on him. That is what he thinks of that guy and I don't blame him.

    Why should he congratulate him and be all pally when he has just beaten him half to death and taken everythings he's worked for? Not everyone is about having a punch up and shaking hands after.

    I respect him more for saying F.U after.


    How can wilder have self respect if he cannot respect a superior fighter?

    I mean its not even a question now. Hes had 36 rounds to take out fury. Hes won maybe 4 of them.

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  • elfag
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    wilder is a loser


    fury demonstrated over 36 rounds that he is the superior boxer to wilder


    If wilder is unable to respect a superior boxer, then how can he have respect for himself?

    He has self esteem issues. Give it a week and we will hear the flood of endless excuses from him.

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  • Motofan
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    I don’t see the issue with it. He said what he felt. I’d prefer this to guys talking massive **** in the lead up to a fight only to hug each other afterwards and openly say it was just to sell the fight. I’m no Wilder fan but he has no obligation to respect Fury.

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  • dan_cov
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    The guys here to knock fools unconscious and to feed his family not to make friends. When I see Wilder or watch him I am tuning in because I want to see violence, I want to see bitterness and anger. Not this fake as bs with grown men acting fake towards each other.
    I'm going to kill you, bringing families into it then the next minute they're basically tossing each other off in the corner...its embarrassing. 99% of the time its nothing but a fake niceness its only done because its deemed an acceptable way to conduct yourself.
    If you want to hold a grudge then do so, don't let any mofo tell you how to act or who you have to respect other than your parents.

    I don't think he's a sore loser lets be real if he'd have knocked Fury out he'd of probably spat on him. That is what he thinks of that guy and I don't blame him.

    Why should he congratulate him and be all pally when he has just beaten him half to death and taken everythings he's worked for? Not everyone is about having a punch up and shaking hands after.

    I respect him more for saying F.U after.

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  • DaNeutral.
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    It's a real cvnty move by Deontay but he is a proven bad loser and it was very much in the heat of the moment. I've seen the statement he (he?) has released today and it seems now he has had time to reflect on the saga he has chilled the fkk out a bit.

    There is no point waiting for apologies to Fury and Breland and anybody he accused of dirty business he isn't ever going to go that far

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  • eco1
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    Originally posted by dan_cov View Post
    Bit unprofessional maybe but I like it.
    Too many fake rivalries in boxing. I like it, it shows real animosity and bad blood.
    Not this scripted bs we're force fed every week.
    Nah, it shows a sore looser.

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  • LarryX....
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