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  • #21
    Originally posted by thack View Post
    His 'job' is to protect his fighter so knowing this he should have pulled him out or is he lying to us? I'm surprised they didn't say the final ko was because he hurt himself falling , this lot are a bunch of prats.
    Wilder made a point that No one on his Team can throw in the towel in his fights

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    • #22
      So that's that then, hit Wilder on either ear and he's done for. Just kidding, a bit, Fury just has his number, but he showed great heart and courage.

      Respect to both, put on a memorable brawl, one of the most entertaining in years.

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      • #23
        Originally posted by SN!PER View Post
        Tyson Fury has perfected that right hook and it is a brutal equilibrium shot. Most fighters aren't used to being attacked from that angle on the inside because they're fighting orthodox guys for their whole careers, so a lot of their focus is on defending against left hooks. So here's a big guy who's an ambidextrous switch-hitter, delivering a fast and accurate right hook to the temple which is a soft spot as the bone is thinner than the front of the skull. So while Fury may not be the hardest puncher, he's definitely one of the most strategic. Look at his knockout reel, and you can see him using it quite a lot and having great success with it. Although Fury is versatile and throws a wide range of punches, his most dangerous is arguably that right hook on the inside.
        LOL he could hit Wilder with his eyes closed, Wilder is sooooooo open to right hands, left hands and anything else coming his way, look how far Wallin went with Fury and he was nobody, to be honest Fury is a big HW he hasn't impressed me to where I think he is special Id like to see him fight Ursk that fight would reveal a lot I feel. I haven't enjoyed the HWs since the Tyson Holyfield era.

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        • #24
          That's no excuse. When Josh hits wilder on top of head how will wilder feel? Wilder has a tough chin supposedly but nothing is forever. Holyfield had touch chin and so did Toney if Paul malignaggi hit them now theyd probably be koed. Nothing is a given in boxing.
          Josh gets Wilder outta there fast and so does Usyk the light hitting usyk.
          Last edited by hugh grant; 10-21-2021, 04:21 AM.

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          • #25
            Same shot, same round, last two fights. Right hand to the ear in the 3rd round. Dropped him each time. Made his ear bleed each time. Took his legs each time. Fury brought the fight to him and it paid dividends.

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            • #26
              To be honest, I don't think his equilibrium has been right since his third fight.
              Last edited by Rodtang; 10-21-2021, 05:41 AM.
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              • #27
                I have actually seen the first tactic change of Wilders career. Instead of throwing out all those excuses immediately, their being drop fed to us, one every few weeks. And if Wilder thinks getting his trainer to do it this time, rather than himself is being clever and meant to fool us? Well that just shows him spineless. We are not fooled. You went out on your shield Deontay, fair play. But just leave it at that and cut the excuses BS.

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                • #28
                  Whilst I DO agree that his equilibrium was buggered after the third round, his BIGGEST problem was the extra weight and muscle that he was carrying. He was gassed halfway through the fight.

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                  • #29
                    So know we know the real reason Mark Breland got fired. Because he wasn't prepared to present Wilders excuses. Looks like Malik Scott's job is secure.
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                    • #30
                      A great philosopher once said, “Everybody has a plan until they get punched in the face.”
                      eco1 likes this.

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