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  • #11
    If he did he'd be hailed as the "best HW of his era" off the back of fighting one guy whos ranked in the top 10 in the last six years.
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    • #12
      I think he needs 3 more wins before he retires. Usyk, Joshua & hopefully Whyte. Don’t want to see Wallin rematch but that could be in the cards. Stay busy with Wallin/Whyte winner while Joshua/Usyk sort out rematch then unification if he beats Wallin/Whyte winner. Even if Usyk beats Joshua I think he should fight Joshua before retiring. I don’t think any of the 4 potential opponents I list beat a motivated Fury…
      Last edited by joe strong; 10-15-2021, 05:27 AM.
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      • #13
        Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post
        The sport, namely the HW division was better off without Tyson Fury before the fat-weasel negotiated terms to have his boxing license reinstated. All he did was brought boxing to disrepute with all sorts of scandals and awful in-ring illegal-tactics, nonstop.

        Poor-mismatched-opposition for tune-ups, contract disputes, litigation, suspicious controversies with both Deontay Wilder and Otto Wallin ; publishing lies through fake narratives in auto-biographies, spreading propaganda on ESPN telecast, avoiding top ten competition and mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte ; bribery and swindling a farmer, refusing to enlist in UKAD even though he is a British boxer, moving to the State of Nevada pretending to be an American to avoid British Anti-Doping agents...I can keep going. This is the filth that degenerates root for, truly sickening.

        When one objectively reviews the evidence, Tyson Fury is a poison for boxing, he should retire.
        Damn
        You still butt hurt over Wilder's loss and his recent acknowledging of Tyson Fury as a Great Champion
        Take a break from Boxingscene and finally get a good 2 days of Weekend rest
        I know You haven't slept since Saturdays KO of your Hero
        Lololololol
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        • #14
          Originally posted by greeneye99 View Post

          Damn
          You still butt hurt over Wilder's loss and his recent acknowledging of Tyson Fury as a Great Champion
          Take a break from Boxingscene and finally get a good 2 days of Weekend rest
          I know You haven't slept since Saturdays KO of your Hero
          Lololololol
          I only hope that my candid opinions regarding recent uncritical views towards Tyson's low standards by the media, former prize-fighters like Carl Froch and casual fans, leads the wise to see that the channels of misinformation are deifying the overrated fraud, Tyson Fury.

          I'll take Josh Taylor as a good example of what I am speakin of : Josh cleaned-out 140, but no one is expecting him to retire. On the contrary, the media and general public are pushing him to move up and continue to perform like the rest of the elite, you see the media has not brainwashed the masses, so we have reasonable expectations. No one is telling Terence Crawford to retire...in spite attaining the #1. P4P spot, lineal championship in two weights, three weight champion.

          Nope, Tyson is considered the GOAT, let him vacate another title like when he vacated the IBF, let him continue to pick and choose and when he fights...because thats what greats do....yep, I'm bias tho.

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          • #15
            Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post

            I only hope that my candid opinions regarding recent uncritical views towards Tyson's low standards by the media, former prize-fighters like Carl Froch and casual fans, leads the wise to see that the channels of misinformation are deifying the overrated fraud, Tyson Fury.

            I'll take Josh Taylor as a good example of what I am speakin of : Josh cleaned-out 140, but no one is expecting him to retire. On the contrary, the media and general public are pushing him to move up and continue to perform like the rest of the elite, you see the media has not brainwashed the masses, so we have reasonable expectations. No one is telling Terence Crawford to retire...in spite attaining the #1. P4P spot, lineal championship in two weights, three weight champion.

            Nope, Tyson is considered the GOAT, let him vacate another title like when he vacated the IBF, let him continue to pick and choose and when he fights...because thats what greats do....yep, I'm bias tho.
            The IBF stripped because of Klitcshko's rematch clause. Good luck with your recovery, we're all rooting for you.
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            • #16
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              This video sums up most posters that support Tyson Phooey on this board.

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              • #17
                Nonsense from Froch. As great as Fury is his legacy is paper thin due to wasting years of his prime on drink and coke binges. If I'm Fury i'd be wanting to build a deep legacy to be proud of. He only has about 5 big wins so far.
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                • #18
                  Speaking for myself, as his fan, I want him to fight Whyte, Usyk and Joshua before he retires. beating one guy three times doesn`t exactly prove you are the best.

                  Fury can fight and be one of top guys next 10 years if he wants to. His body is made for having a long career. But he lacks motivation I guess.

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by denium View Post
                    I doubt he retires, in fact i suspect he will probably carry on boxing for too long.
                    No, people underrate Tyson Fury and the Fury's wisdom 'When it comes to actual boxing'.

                    John and Peter Fury will not let him carry on too long.

                    Even Frank Warren, I honestly think even he would advise Fury after a certain stage.


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                    • #20
                      Originally posted by PRINCEKOOL View Post

                      No, people underrate Tyson Fury and the Fury's wisdom 'When it comes to actual boxing'.

                      John and Peter Fury will not let him carry on too long.

                      Even Frank Warren, I honestly think even he would advise Fury after a certain stage.

                      Tyson is his own man, he'll retire when he wants to retire.

                      Fury has nothing else but boxing, he's already said as much, and when he packs it in he knows he'll probably balloon back up and get back on the party powder.

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