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  • Comments Thread For: Hearn: Fury-Ngannou Will Be A lot Less Competitive Than Mayweather-McGregor

    Promoter Eddie Hearn is not expecting a competitive contest former UFC champion Francis Ngannou steps in the ring with Tyson Fury. Ngannou will make his professional boxing debut against Fury, the current WBC champion, in a non-title bout scheduled for October 28 in Saudi Arabia.
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  • #2
    He’s insinuating that Conor-Floyd was competitive? That’s an interesting take lmao.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by LAchargers373 View Post
      He’s insinuating that Conor-Floyd was competitive? That’s an interesting take lmao.
      there actually are people who think Mcgregor was competitive vs Floyd ridiculous isn't it? Mayweather always followed his game plans and it was to let Conor throw his hands for around 6 rounds tire and then Floyd phuck him up

      If Floyd went after him from the first bell he would have stopped him in 2 rounds and he even said himself in post interviews he felt he owed the fans some entertainment after the Pac fight

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      • #4
        Always howling to the moon about Oscar’s & Bob’s business.. LOL what a bitter ho3

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        • #5
          Big mouth strikes again
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          • #6
            I thought Eddie claims to knows boxing, how come he didn't realise Mayweather allowed it to look competitive for awhile for the casuals and carried him until it was no longer credible given how gassed McGregor was...

            It wasn't actually competitive and neither will this fight be, it'll play out in a similar fashion if not identically.

            Let's not forget Ciryl Gane was easily beating Ngannou on the feet, so much so he had to resort to wrestling to win whilst being an atrocious wrestler, lucky for him Gane was even worse shockingly...
            1bad65 1bad65 likes this.

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            • #7
              Con Man was never ever competitive against Floyd. The slaps he landed don't count as punches. Fury will likely dog walk Francis, but I'm happy for Ngannou for getting the bag he never got in UFC.
              1bad65 1bad65 likes this.

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              • #8
                connor took floyds shots better than i thought he would. so in that sense it was competitive. Floyd didnt even start throwing until the 4th to tire him down. Floyd was also smaller that connor and 40 years old.

                Fury is the active heavyweight champ and 270 fuking pounds. he will obliterate Ngannou.


                It will look more like Pulev vs frank mir than conner vs floyd.

                unless fury decides to fuk around a bit but he will KTFO of
                Ngannou at will.

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                • #9
                  Crossover should only be allowed in either a 2 fight series in both respective sports or 1 fight under the middle ground (kickboxing). The outcomes are predictable Ngannou would kill fury in MMA & probably a street fight Fury would win under boxing
                  TMLT87 TMLT87 likes this.

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                  • #10
                    ALL these you tube /cross over fights , inc. the Hearn promoter one's are an insult to boxing .They are separate from boxing and sell on the interest of exactly what Hearn already knows ....the complete unknown ...the unrealistic ! If promoters like Eddie Hearn actually put on real top competitive fights there would most likely be less appeal for these circus events.

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