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  • REDEEMER
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    Originally posted by OldTerry View Post

    Can't argue with your assessment that Joshua, of the four, stands the best chance to beat Fury. But I don't think Joshua wins. Joshua against Wilder is interesting. No doubt that Jushua gas the talent edge but wilder has the edge in ability to take a punch and Joshua does seem to be Chinny. The Joshua, Wilder fight would for me be the most suspenseful of the fights.
    A.J has fought the biggest punchers in the division only stopped once . Wilder has only been hit by one half decent puncher outside Fury and was lucky the bell saved him . It’s not a foregone conclusion Wilders chin holds up like A.Js because he hasn’t fought the same guys who hit harder then the Szpilkas and Duhaupas Wilders faced .

    Even Usyk is a very underrated puncher because he sneaks his power shots in every now and then,he certainly landed some on A.J . The notion and continued story AJ has a weak chin has no actual proof when it’s more tested then either Fury or Wilders ,he was never battered around or wobbled throughout any fight he’s had . Hard to see anyone pointing out someone taking a harder punch then the one he got hit with Klitschko which was a clean full force right hand when he was also gassed out or severely fatigued at that point .
    Last edited by REDEEMER; 12-08-2021, 02:10 PM.

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  • SN!PER
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    'get f*** on with it. step aside, so i can batter usyk' - tyson fury sends message to anthony joshua


    Last edited by SN!PER; 12-06-2021, 11:29 AM.

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  • OldTerry
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    Originally posted by REDEEMER View Post

    I think the best fight is whoever has the biggest chance defeating Fury who would be a sizeable two fisted power puncher , boxer / puncher .

    Thats A.J , I don’t think Usyk has the reach to actually trouble Fury enough nor the blunt power and stylistically that fight is going to be a let down if it ever happens. I wouldn’t expect much fireworks there . I believe Wilder vs Usyk would be the most entertaining fur Usyk even though I still believe Usyk out boxes him there could be some interesting moments,and that’s only if Wilder improves which again coming off two bad losses is a big if .
    Can't argue with your assessment that Joshua, of the four, stands the best chance to beat Fury. But I don't think Joshua wins. Joshua against Wilder is interesting. No doubt that Jushua gas the talent edge but wilder has the edge in ability to take a punch and Joshua does seem to be Chinny. The Joshua, Wilder fight would for me be the most suspenseful of the fights.

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  • REDEEMER
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    Originally posted by OldTerry View Post
    I'm a boxing fan and as a fan I believe the best heavyweight fights right now are: Wilder verses Joshua and Usyk verses Fury. Joshua is certainly entitled to a rematch with Usyk, but I'd rather see him fight Wilder or Fury.
    I think the best fight is whoever has the biggest chance defeating Fury who would be a sizeable two fisted power puncher , boxer / puncher .

    Thats A.J , I don’t think Usyk has the reach to actually trouble Fury enough nor the blunt power and stylistically that fight is going to be a let down if it ever happens. I wouldn’t expect much fireworks there . I believe Wilder vs Usyk would be the most entertaining fur Usyk even though I still believe Usyk out boxes him there could be some interesting moments,and that’s only if Wilder improves which again coming off two bad losses is a big if .

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  • OldTerry
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    Originally posted by OldTerry View Post

    Are you forgetting that the reason Fury was taken to court and forced to fight Wilder was because he wanted to fight AJ? Are you ignoring the fact that Fury now wants to fight Usyk and will if Joshua seps aside? Are you ignoring the fact that Wilder's next fight will be with an in-shape Ruiz? Remember Ruiz, the obese guy who clocked AJ in their first fight and then came into the rematch grossly out of shape and had AJ dancing around instead of fighting for 12 rounds?
    I'm a boxing fan and as a fan I believe the best heavyweight fights right now are: Wilder verses Joshua and Usyk verses Fury. Joshua is certainly entitled to a rematch with Usyk, but I'd rather see him fight Wilder or Fury.

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  • thetruthteller
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    Originally posted by OldTerry View Post

    Are you forgetting that the reason Fury was taken to court and forced to fight Wilder was because he wanted to fight AJ? Are you ignoring the fact that Fury now wants to fight Usyk and will if Joshua seps aside? Are you ignoring the fact that Wilder's next fight will be with an in-shape Ruiz? Remember Ruiz, the obese guy who clocked AJ in their first fight and then came into the rematch grossly out of shape and had AJ dancing around instead of fighting for 12 rounds?
    Are you ignoring the fact that Furys 3rd best win is against Chisora? Who has 11 losses. Are you ignoring the fact that Fury has been taken to court twice now in 6 months, to make him fight a credible opponent? Are you ignoring him being a PEDs cheat? Are you forgetting that he faked Covid to try and get out of the Wilder fight too? Also, AJ is not stepping aside so all you idiotic Fury fans can forget that pipe dream. AJ actually fights in the ring, not with his mouth. Win or lose, he does not duck the best heavyweights so yeah, he might lose a couple here and there. But at least he has the balls to face the best. Not like fraudulent Fury who avoids the best. Just like he's avoiding Whyte right now. Also, if Fury really wanted to fight AJ, he would have fought him when Hearn offered him a huge payday. Years ago when he came back of suspension for Nandrolone. Instead Fury fought Wilder for less money and less belts. In front of less people
    Last edited by thetruthteller; 12-03-2021, 12:10 AM.

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  • OldTerry
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    Originally posted by thetruthteller View Post

    (Huge sigh)
    Wilder is as big a fraud as Fury is. So don't be a dumba$$ and assume that I follow or support Wilder. Both Fury and Wilder have avoided the best heavyweights. While AJ and Whyte, both flawed, have sought to fight the top contenders consistently. I do not deal in what "would" happen in a boxing ring. I deal with facts and reality. And the reality is, Fury had to be taken to court to make him fight Wilder. And now he has to be taken to court to make him fight Whyte. Yet he will happily fight the likes of Seferi, Pianeta and Schwarz. All three of whom do not even box any more. AJ has lost 2 fights but at least he has the balls to fight the best guys out there. Fury has fought only 4 guys in the current top 50. And one of them, Chisora, is his 3rd best win with his 11 losses. So if you want to stand up for this Nandrolone chump, that's on you. But he is a con man and a fraud who will be KOed within the next year if he fights someone with a pulse. That's if he doesn't fake Covid or mental illness to get out of the fight.
    Are you forgetting that the reason Fury was taken to court and forced to fight Wilder was because he wanted to fight AJ? Are you ignoring the fact that Fury now wants to fight Usyk and will if Joshua seps aside? Are you ignoring the fact that Wilder's next fight will be with an in-shape Ruiz? Remember Ruiz, the obese guy who clocked AJ in their first fight and then came into the rematch grossly out of shape and had AJ dancing around instead of fighting for 12 rounds?

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  • JakeTheBoxer
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    Twice more likely.

    Joshua, Usyk, Joyce, Whyte, Sanchez

    That are the guys I am interested in.

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  • WBC WBA IBF
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    Originally posted by VislorTurlough View Post
    When Haymon did this it was BS.
    When Haymon did what?

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  • thetruthteller
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    Originally posted by Hmabshir View Post

    Yet he KTFO of your idol Wilder. Never has quit on his stool numerous times like AJ. When he gets hit by a punch his legs dont turn into chewing gum. He has never lost vs a cruiserweight. When he gets in the ring with Usyk its going to be wilder fury 2 all over again. Even Wilder would KTFO Usyk. Only mr ''MBE'' would lose to a guy 5 inches shorter than him with a 50lb weight advantage. fk outa here
    (Huge sigh)
    Wilder is as big a fraud as Fury is. So don't be a dumba$$ and assume that I follow or support Wilder. Both Fury and Wilder have avoided the best heavyweights. While AJ and Whyte, both flawed, have sought to fight the top contenders consistently. I do not deal in what "would" happen in a boxing ring. I deal with facts and reality. And the reality is, Fury had to be taken to court to make him fight Wilder. And now he has to be taken to court to make him fight Whyte. Yet he will happily fight the likes of Seferi, Pianeta and Schwarz. All three of whom do not even box any more. AJ has lost 2 fights but at least he has the balls to fight the best guys out there. Fury has fought only 4 guys in the current top 50. And one of them, Chisora, is his 3rd best win with his 11 losses. So if you want to stand up for this Nandrolone chump, that's on you. But he is a con man and a fraud who will be KOed within the next year if he fights someone with a pulse. That's if he doesn't fake Covid or mental illness to get out of the fight.
    Last edited by thetruthteller; 12-02-2021, 02:41 AM.

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