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  • #21
    Originally posted by 1hourRun View Post
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    WARNING : REPULSIVE AGENDA DRIVEN PROPAGANDA.

    This video sums up most posters that support Tyson Phooey on this board.
    1hourRun when he's browsing the internet and seeing all the Fury praise.

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    • #22
      Originally posted by P to the J View Post


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      LDBC activist/moderator

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      • #23
        To walk away from a mega usyk or Joshua fight and finally prove he really is the best is a waste.
        if Joshua does beat usyk which won’t be easy then he really is missing out on a 100 million dollar payday.
        I have no issue in saying really is the best if he does it but it leaves question marks about his claims if he walks away.
        plus what denium says if he gives it up I believe he go’s off the rails.
        I think boxing keeps his mind straight

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        • #24
          Originally posted by denium View Post

          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.
          He has got plenty besides boxing, I am not sure why he keeps saying those things. He likes to continually play the underdog.

          Tyson Fury & Prince Naseem Hamed have similar characters. Like Prince Naseem Hamed, once Fury loses 'I think he will retire no long after'.

          If Fury had endured Joshua's career and loses, I don't think he would be in the game.

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          • #25
            Originally posted by The plunger man View Post
            To walk away from a mega usyk or Joshua fight and finally prove he really is the best is a waste.
            if Joshua does beat usyk which won’t be easy then he really is missing out on a 100 million dollar payday.
            I have no issue in saying really is the best if he does it but it leaves question marks about his claims if he walks away.
            plus what denium says if he gives it up I believe he go’s off the rails.
            I think boxing keeps his mind straight
            Fury ain't going nowhere. Arum has already spoken to him and he expects to see the Gypsy King back in March/April.

            I just wish Joshua would step aside and let the champions fight, he can fight the winner.

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            • #26
              Originally posted by denium View Post

              1hourRun when he's browsing the internet and seeing all the Fury praise.

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              Boy denium, I think I'm going to be sick ; I was listening to Elvis Presley's classic 'Return to sender' during Cheal Sonnen's gay video, and heard the words ''Suck me tender'' over the King of Rock & Roll's classic. I got to go and vomit.

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              • #27
                Originally posted by Johnny Rubber View Post

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                Those clowns from the LDBC have been quietly fuming ever since Deontay or some hacker congratulated the Gypsy-Cheat. 78sports, Blue-Blood-boxing, Barber-Shop conversations, Dontae-Boxing-Nation, are afraid to roast Deontay Wilder over fear that he will not give them any more interviews, or that they will be canceled by the LDBC, but I kept it 100 when I read Deontay's Instagram post -- its F Deontay Wilder if he continues to claim he was poisoned and beaten with egg-weights whilst he embraces that fraud Tyson Fury.

                The HW division is trash.

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                • #28
                  Fury is the heavyweight king, the king of boxing, and, I think, the best heavyweight since Lennox Lewis.

                  I would say he beats Usyk, but it's not a formality. Usyk knows how to fight big guys, although Fury is a totally different kettle of fish.

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                  • #29
                    Fury should, and probably will, have a couple more fights. That would probably be enough. Would take him to mid 30s and a not-unreasonable unretirement age for a boxer. He's said as much before. Whyte and then whoever wins out of Usyk or Joshua. That would be enough to say he has conquered all the division has to offer. Or if he wants to go one further, all three of Whyte, Usyk, Joshua. The division being what it is, I don't think it's a certainty he beats them. Against Whyte, Fury would be a big favourite. I'm not one of those that thinks Fury easily beats Usyk because of size. And I still think Fury would suit Joshua to a degree.

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                    • #30
                      Carl is right Fury is the best heavyweight without doubt .I can't see him retiring when he himself claims to need the gym and training so much .Fury is always going to make off the cuff remarks as he has for years and they might hint at retirement but he needs boxing and won't leave it alone for a while yet.

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