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  • #71
    Usyk is fast, has excellent technique and has never been close to being knocked out. Fury is bigger and heavier. Fury might be able to beat him, but no way is his 'smashing' him.

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    • #72
      Originally posted by Ropeydope View Post
      People are still talking about Usyks first two opponents at HW. Fights he won by KO and a wide decision. Are you forgetting that he completely dismantled your hero a few weeks back?
      Obviously, Fury is a different animal, but I believe Usyk because he doesn’t mince words and has always backed it up.
      Fury was dropped by a cruiserweight before. Usyk will make him look slow in comparison to how he looks against other giants. Getting close enough to put your weight on Usyk is easier said than done.
      No fight where Usyk is involved, no matter the size disparity, is an easy fight for his opponent. He’s already dismantled Joyce and Joshua, Fury’s top two British rivals in his size range.
      He’ll do his homework and prepare better than anyone else, while Fury does a pub crawl camp and talks to the cameras about how it will be easy work, that is if Fury even takes the fight. He’ll probably avoid him while telling the cameras that it’s too easy of a fight.
      Mostly this, but if Fury fights Usyk hell be in best shape possible. Fury talks a lot of shyte, but he knows Usyk is a big task and he cant enter the ring as a fat slob - unlike vs Wilder whos not hard to find. Its a weird fight, I see it 50/50 and Ill just bet on the underdog.
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      • #73
        Originally posted by Cyborg Fangerloo View Post
        I think that using any one of Fury’s fights as an example of how he would approach Usyk is myopic. I believe he intentionally fought Wilder the way he did in the last two fights. He seemed to purposely partially abandon the true skill position in order to get the KO. Contrast that to the Wlad fight and you have a totally different animal in there. The point is that he can do different things and I imagine it would take some rounds to figure out what he would do against Usyk. The entire time that is happening, the only thing Usyk can do is win rounds. He has little chance at the KO.
        I’m glad someone’s made this point. It was a one dimensional strategy for a one dimensional fighter.

        He’s not fighting that way against e.g. Joshua, no matter how many times the latter loses, and he’s strategically versatile, no doubt.

        Having said that, the approach used for Wilder might be effective against Usyk. Who knows? I just think Fury gets tagged for 12 rounds, personally.

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        • #74
          Originally posted by Slowhand View Post

          Maybe I can help you: Wlads wife was going thru rough time with depression (after child birth) and I heard rumours that even Helenius hurt Wlad in sparring, but its true Furys reach and switching were a big problem. Physically Wlad was in top shape as always. And Fury was the leanest and in best shape hes ever been - or ever will be. Boar balls..?
          as i said Fury had worse issues going into the Wilder 3 fight i think your daughter nearly dying and covid trumps his missus feeling down but he still got the job done. Excuses can always be made to why a fighter lost but it’s just that excuses. Just amazing how Fury schooling Wlad isn’t impressive but Aj nearly getting knocked out by a 2 year older out of shape fighter (he didn’t fight for nearly 2 years) is props for Joshua just pure bs
          Last edited by Kzbox; 10-23-2021, 07:02 AM.

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          • #75
            Quite a lot of people saying Usyk is fast. I don’t think he’s more than average speed-wise. He just has great footwork, great management of distance, a fantastic engine / work rate and is elite at reading his opponent. I mean Bellew was making him look slow in comparison, regardless of whether Bellew was outclassed in skill.

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            • #76
              Originally posted by Butt stuff View Post
              Quite a lot of people saying Usyk is fast. I don’t think he’s more than average speed-wise. He just has great footwork, great management of distance, a fantastic engine / work rate and is elite at reading his opponent. I mean Bellew was making him look slow in comparison, regardless of whether Bellew was outclassed in skill.
              Timing and footwork. Speed is relative. He looks to be able to outpace the big dogs.
              I’m not even saying he’ll beat Fury for sure, like I was saying before AJ fight, or in Fury’s case against Wilder, I’m just saying that those who think Usyk is easy work for Fury are making the same mistake they made with Joshua.
              The guy is a generational talent.

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              • #77
                Usyk beats any Fury version of Fury and Steve Cunningham and Wallin already showed how the fight would go.

                But not for undisputed - Usyk is losing the rematch.

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                • #78
                  Originally posted by kingstip9 View Post

                  Fury will use all 270+ lbs to show who the bigger man is. Leaning, and mauling.
                  Joshua had a shthouse game plan against usyk.

                  Joshua fights so gun shy since Klitschko rocked him and he gets worse over time.
                  I see an early retirement for Joshua as he doesn’t plan to take all sorts of punishment forever
                  Usyk won't be there to get leaned on. He's got great feet and will use them to tire that oaf Fury out.
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                  • #79
                    I'd be rooting for Usyk to do just that
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                    • #80
                      Originally posted by BangEM View Post
                      Usyk beats any Fury version of Fury and Steve Cunningham and Wallin already showed how the fight would go.

                      But not for undisputed - Usyk is losing the rematch.
                      I see the embarrassing beat down of the timid Aj has done nothing to dampen the delusion of his fan base.

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