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  • Comments Thread For: Algieri Feels Usyk Would Present The Most Problems For Tyson Fury

    Former world champion Chris Algieri believes Tyson Fury would have some trouble with the boxing style of Oleksandr Usyk. Last month, Usyk outboxed Anthony Joshua over twelve rounds to capture the WBO, IBF, IBO, WBA heavyweight titles.
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  • #2
    So is algeri boxing again? Last I heard he was suppose to fight on a thriller card.

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    • #3
      Unfortunately Fury will retire. I've got this feeling.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Tecnoworld View Post
        Unfortunately Fury will retire. I've got this feeling.
        If he does retire does he make the HOF with one title defense and wins over W.Klit and Wilder?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by roademier View Post

          If he does retire does he make the HOF with one title defense and wins over W.Klit and Wilder?
          Unfortunately, yes. I say that because part of the HOF is also who is gonna bring visitors and he would. The klitschko bros imo are the last first ballot hof’ers in that division. Can make a case for second and third for the rest. Don’t get me wrong fury is great for his size and what he does, his resume just isn’t it for me, not his fault exclusively but yeah…just the state of the division.
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          • #6
            Of course he would

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            • #7
              Fury has a lot of credibility right , some say he's one of the best ever. If Whyte or Wallin would upset him that credibility would be lost.

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              • #8
                Only thing we know or sure is that in any Usyk v Fury fight, Usyk comes in fit as a butchers dog and ready to go full steam for 12 rounds.

                Then its just a question of what condition Fury is in. I don't know what percentage Fury has to be to handle Usyk - pretty sure a 100% Fury does the job, but chances he is 100% ? As his father said, he wasn't fit for Wilder III - it was enough for Wilder, who had his own preparation issues (as we saw), but a fully fit Usyk ? I can't see Fury geting pumped enough for Usyk to come into the fight, so its all a question of what Fury shows up on the night. Wilder III his pigeon like head movement was all but gone, and he lost the dominance he would have had if he was the same as in Wilder II - sure Wilder tried to be different in the first round in III, but as one of the punters said - as soon as Wilder got hit by something he didn't like, he would revert to type, which was exactly what happened in III.

                Fury would need to be on point with Usyk to catch him, put his weight on him, and wear him down. If Fury comes in overweight and underconditioned, Usyk might be able to keep Fury lumbering around like the Leopard Seal in Happy Feet.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by roademier View Post

                  If he does retire does he make the HOF with one title defense and wins over W.Klit and Wilder?
                  I don’t think Fury even cares about the Hall of Fame. I don’t think a lot of fighters really care that much tbh

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                  • #10
                    Fury won't fight Usyk

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