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    WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is backing Oleksandr Usyk to win in more convincing fashion in the rematch with Anthony Joshua.
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  • #2
    Most accurate description of Aj. Fury nailed it:
    "You have to be an elite, special human being for that and I don't think Joshua possesses that will to win to do that. He's happy to come second place, he's too easily happy to come second position

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    • #3
      Tyson thinks he's too cute.....maybe he wants to do him. Please don't anyone picture that in your head.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Jab jab boom View Post
        Most accurate description of Aj. Fury nailed it:
        "You have to be an elite, special human being for that and I don't think Joshua possesses that will to win to do that. He's happy to come second place, he's too easily happy to come second position
        If that was true he would have just dumped the belt or right out declined the rematch, Fury out right declined Usyk so he must be happy with being second because that’s what he’s going to be viewed as no matter who wins the unified title fight . A.J has been in pursuit of undisputed unlike Fury who admits he was not interested and even said in his own words it was a blessing fir him the A.J fight fell thru to fight him .

        Fury makes excuses why not to take top fights and goes through crazy court battles while A.J has been in actual 12 title fights .
        Last edited by REDEEMER; 06-27-2022, 09:41 PM.

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        • #5
          You should root for AJ. If AJ wins and you beats him in Wembley by KO. That's what all I want. F**k middleweight Usyk.
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          • #6
            I’m sure AJ didn’t intend to box with Usyk for 12 rounds last time. Usyk beat him to the punch in every exchange and made him tentative. Like Fury said, he has a puncher’s chance but the better man will probably repeat. This wasn’t a come from behind win like Lewis suffered against Rahman and McCall, this was a systematic @55 whooping
            Tecnoworld Tecnoworld Fact Fact like this.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by REDEEMER View Post

              If that was true he would have just dumped the belt or right out declined the rematch, Fury out right declined Usyk so he must be happy with being second because that’s what he’s going to be viewed as no matter who wins the unified title fight . A.J has been in pursuit of undisputed unlike Fury who admits he was not interested and even said in his own words it was a blessing fir him the A.J fight fell thru to fight him .

              Fury makes excuses why not to take top fights and goes through crazy court battles while A.J has been in actual 12 title fights .
              we’re talking about the will to win when you’re actually in the ring and facing adversity, not you enforcing a rematch clause you don’t really deserve or saying what fights you want to make. When Aj was in the ring faced with adversity against Ruiz, he quit. When he was faced with adversity against Usyk, he lacked it, stopped trying to win and looked like he was near death at the final bell. In those moments, he’s cool with being 2nd.

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              • #8
                Yeah that’s about an accurate assessment. Joshua is limited, literally the only advantage he had is size and strength

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                • #9
                  Smart wager is on Usyk to repeat. Just a fact

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Ropeydope View Post
                    I’m sure AJ didn’t intend to box with Usyk for 12 rounds last time. Usyk beat him to the punch in every exchange and made him tentative. Like Fury said, he has a puncher’s chance but the better man will probably repeat. This wasn’t a come from behind win like Lewis suffered against Rahman and McCall, this was a systematic @55 whooping
                    A systemic ass whooping is Wilder vs Fury 2

                    AJ Usyk wasn't that, was it.

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