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  • Comments Thread For: Fury's Father: Does Joshua Ever Beat Tyson and Wilder? Definitely Not!

    John Fury, father of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, has taken a few swings at Anthony Joshua, who last month suffered a twelve round unanimous decision loss to Oleksandr Usyk. The defeat derailed any possibility of Fury facing Joshua in the first half of 2022.
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  • #2
    Wilder has shown he is a tough TOUGH man...but getting beat up three times (OK twice...but "beat" clearly three times) don't give him the #2 spot because he has no signature wins but (elderly) Ortiz. Wallin fought Fury closer than Wilder did - Usyk is the clear #2 but I don't think he'd generate as much money.... though Joshua is twice beaten, I'd think they'd want to big him up to create demand for an all-England championship fight - especially if they see it as an easy "W"...
    Last edited by Baba K; 10-18-2021, 11:34 PM.

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    • #3
      No more Fury vs AJ articles for a while, they aren’t fighting anytime soon
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      • #4
        Funny how the Fury’s are all of a sudden playing up wilder because it benifits them. Lol
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        • #5
          An in his prime Tyson, probably knocks them all out in the first round. Mike could actually box, and he intimidated his opponents so much, they would freeze, cover up, and let Mike hit them. They wouldn't be able to take flush hits from Tyson and continue to be able to stand. Not until an out of his prime Tyson, did Holyfield show how to handle Mike in the first few rounds.
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          • #6
            Originally posted by Lefty0616 View Post
            An in his prime Tyson, probably knocks them all out in the first round. Mike could actually box, and he intimidated his opponents so much, they would freeze, cover up, and let Mike hit them. They wouldn't be able to take flush hits from Tyson and continue to be able to stand. Not until an out of his prime Tyson, did Holyfield show how to handle Mike in the first few rounds.
            OK but does he have the feet to be fleet footed
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            • #7
              Originally posted by sleazyfellow View Post

              OK but does he have the feet to be fleet footed
              Sleazyfellow, In English please. Thank You. I have no idea what you're saying.

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              • #8
                AJ will give Fury much tougher fight than people expect.. Matter of fact he has the best chance to beat Fury..

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Lefty0616 View Post
                  An in his prime Tyson, probably knocks them all out in the first round. Mike could actually box, and he intimidated his opponents so much, they would freeze, cover up, and let Mike hit them. They wouldn't be able to take flush hits from Tyson and continue to be able to stand. Not until an out of his prime Tyson, did Holyfield show how to handle Mike in the first few rounds.
                  Tyson would be chicken tenders against Fury or Wilder. Iron Mike never faired well against true heavyweights. Tyson’s punches wouldn’t reach Fury’s nipples. Fury would have tremendous leverage against Mike. Buster Douglas exposed Tyson and his small, heavyweight status.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Jayallday9 View Post
                    AJ will give Fury much tougher fight than people expect.. Matter of fact he has the best chance to beat Fury..
                    AJ would go down from the first hard shot by Fury or Wilder. Joshua is the biggest fraud in the heavyweight division I’ve ever seen, going as far back to the Floyd Patterson, Sonny Liston, Cassius Clay/Muhammad Ali era. There’s a chihuahua inside of that bronze Joshua exterior. Actually - that’s an unfair knock on the chihuahua.

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