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  • #11
    Originally posted by Weebler I View Post
    Is Whyte really going to motivate Fury? I doubt it.
    and yet wilder who he easily beat in the 2nd fight did ? Wilder would get smashed by Joshua and easily outboxed by usyk.
    regardless whyte is his mandatory contender and if fury is willing to step in the ring with wallin , pianeta and Swartz then he should get motivated for whyte.
    You hold an organisations title belt you defend it against there chosen mandatory and if he won’t fight him he then gets stripped.
    Thats how it works in boxing

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    • #12
      Originally posted by Bronx2245 View Post
      That's what I was saying. Fury ended the the Klitschko Era, and has been the best since then! He's not the "best ever!" If Deontay knocked him down 4 times in 3 fights, I doubt Fury would've beaten Lennox Lewis and Riddick Bowe!
      age ended the Klit era like it does with any fighter

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      • #13
        Originally posted by Sammy7861992 View Post
        I think people are getting carried away with fury, his wins against klitchko and wilder were very good but he is no where near great, boxing is a young man's game, he is not even on buster Douglas's level as of now, at buster douglus beat a prime unstopple Mike tyson and went on to fight top fighters, even a decade ago people would be slated to fight guys in there 30 s it doesn't count for much both klitchko and wilder best days we're well behind even in the fights they had before fury they looked auful. And both are old enough to be grandfather's, very good wins but no where near great and I feel If he fraught wilder in 2013 wilder stops him, it's clear wilder has aged
        You're clearly talking out of your ass now- seriously.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by The plunger man View Post
          and yet wilder who he easily beat in the 2nd fight did ? Wilder would get smashed by Joshua and easily outboxed by usyk.
          regardless whyte is his mandatory contender and if fury is willing to step in the ring with wallin , pianeta and Swartz then he should get motivated for whyte.
          You hold an organisations title belt you defend it against there chosen mandatory and if he won’t fight him he then gets stripped.
          Thats how it works in boxing
          You were the same dummy proclaiming Joshua as superior to Usyk. Your predictions are garbage and you know **** all about boxing.

          Tired of your match room casual idiots. Whyte is another shameful ducking bum.
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          • #15
            why wait until the week before to pull out? Wasting Wallin's time and money. He still has to pay his team. I understand that Whyte wants to lose for the highest amount of money, but why even sign to fight Wallin? Is there even a guarantee that Fury will fight Whyte?
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            • #16
              A guy who is at best the Frans Botha of his era gets UK press coverage like he’s Mike Tyson. Bizarre
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              • #17
                Originally posted by MeanestNiceGuy View Post

                You're clearly talking out of your ass now- seriously.
                It's like when cotto beat margarito, he wasn't the same after pacman, ortiz took the same from wilder, he was left damaged goods after ortiz, assuming that's the part of my post u thaughts was stupid lol

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by KingGilgamesh View Post

                  You were the same dummy proclaiming Joshua as superior to Usyk. Your predictions are garbage and you know **** all about boxing.

                  Tired of your match room casual idiots. Whyte is another shameful ducking bum.
                  wilder has been thoroughly beaten 3 times...was losing to Ortiz , losing rounds to spilka and Washington and fighting in even terms with duhaupas.
                  yeah Joshua lost to usyk and was beaten fair and square but usyk is an Olympic champion and former undisputed champion so that’s a big difference.
                  wilder would get destroyed by Joshua and he sticks around long enough it will happen.

                  wilder has always been a one trick pony who was protected as for my prediction yeah usyk won but Joshua has a chance to put it right unlike donkey who has now been sent to the donkey graveyard.



                  ****ing spilka who chisora chinned in 2 rounds lol....wake up gumbo

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by Sammy7861992 View Post

                    It's like when cotto beat margarito, he wasn't the same after pacman, ortiz took the same from wilder, he was left damaged goods after ortiz, assuming that's the part of my post u thaughts was stupid lol
                    Bruh, Buster Douglas flamed out after the Tyson victory...got fleeced by Holyfield and did nothing of note afterwards. Most would argue that Mike Tyson was coked up out of his mind and was barely training for that fight. The only reason people bring up Tyson/Douglas because it's the biggest upset to date in the sport and they really have no leg to stand on.

                    Don't you realize most of these "great" fights take years to make and most fighters peak and flourish in their early 30's? Most of those big fights happens when guys are in their 30's...as you can see at 135, those guys are in their 20's and haven't fought "the best"...let alone each other.

                    If Wilder's best days were behind him, then why even give Fury credit for the victory? If Wlad was so old, why does that victory even matter? Sadly, had both Wlad and Wilder beaten Fury, they would've been considered ATGs of some sorts. Smh

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                    • #20
                      Originally posted by wrecksracer View Post
                      why wait until the week before to pull out? Wasting Wallin's time and money. He still has to pay his team. I understand that Whyte wants to lose for the highest amount of money, but why even sign to fight Wallin? Is there even a guarantee that Fury will fight Whyte?
                      These are my thoughts as well. What would be ironic is if somehow Usyk manages to avoid the rematch (AJ injury) or the WBC makes a random and arbitrary move and Whyte doesn't get his fight with Fury.
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