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  • Comments Thread For: Wilder: Don't Matter Who Fury Gets, Can't Teach Power Or Speed

    Deontay Wilder was wrapping up a memorable trip to Italy when the latest update in the career of his next opponent made the rounds. It wasn't until the undefeated heavyweight titlist made it back to the United States that he was able to gather all of the details on the news of England's Tyson Fury (29-0-1, 20KOs) parting ways with head training Ben Davison. The development comes just two months ahead of their planned rematch, which is due to take place February 22 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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  • #2
    Fury wins by stoppage 👌

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    • #3
      But you can teach technique, footwork, and timing, which can trump power and speed.

      By the way, Fury has good speed. I never thought of Wilder as a fast fighter.

      Regardless, pulling for Wilder to win by stoppage. Good looking forward to this.

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      • #4
        I'll bump this thread when Fury stops Wilder in February.

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        • #5
          Thinks Fury is slow but can't hit him when he was unfit ... hmmm

          Fury on points .. wins every round unless Fury does his clown act then he gets dropped.

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          • #6
            The speed was fine because he outboxed him. Does he think the knockdown at the end erases him missing shot after shot and being made to look like an amateur. Everyone thought he lost, even hes friends ringside could only say "i didnt really score it"..

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            • #7
              Furyís looking for an excuse I doubt if the rematch happens because heís starting to decline and Wilder has improved. Wilder started figuring him out in the second half of the fight and Fury knows it

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              • #8
                Good luck with that Gypsy-Bum, Deontay Wilder knows all about Kronk style boxing, considering he trained with Emmanuel Steward ( as did Tyson ). Speed and Power is what Steward noticed in Wilder, evidently Deontay has taken Emmanuel's assessment of his physical attributes and gifts to heart.

                But the 'Bronze-Bomber' is much more developed and seasoned now, thanks to the hard-work of coaches Jay Deas and Mark Breland, going on 11 years.

                Your world is collapsing Tyson, like your face - post Otto Wallin. You are like Humpty-Dumpty, you been cracked and nobody can put you back together again! BOMBSQUAD!!!

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                • #9
                  50/50. But still guessing it doesn’t come off in February

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by rckdees View Post
                    Furyís looking for an excuse I doubt if the rematch happens because heís starting to decline and Wilder has improved. Wilder started figuring him out in the second half of the fight and Fury knows it
                    How has Wilder improved?

                    He beat Breazeale in a round, but would have done that at any point in his career as soon as he landed.

                    He got comprehensively outboxed for 6 rounds v Ortiz, before landing a very good shot. Ortiz is a fighter that already got stopped by Wilder. Ortiz isnít and never was that good. One decent win over C level Jennings years ago.

                    Not sure where this whole thing about Wilder improving has come from. Thereís nothing in either fight to indicate he has.

                    You could argue that Wilder actually boxed better in the first Ortiz fight, apart from when he got rocked.

                    Wilder is 34, he isnít improving. He is what he is. A very basic fighter with some poor skills but the best right hand in the business.

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