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  • #11
    When Fury goes to the distance with average opponents it's just because he wants to play with them or having a "sparring like" session.

    When he decides to end a bout he does. I'm not sure he can do AJ in 3, but surely he'll go hard on him. Maybe 5-6 if AJ runs away.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by James Hunt View Post
      Parker needs to get off of Fury's dick asap
      100% Parkerís constant rimming of a rival heavyweight is odd

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      • #13
        Originally posted by daggum View Post
        fury can stop anyone with his cheating floppy gloves!
        Originally posted by daggum View Post
        one floppy glove slap to the face and joshua is out cold!
        If the floppy glove slap doesn't work, the egg weights and the protruding fingernails will fuck AJ up!

        Fury is a very versatile fighter.
        Last edited by kafkod; 12-14-2020, 06:09 AM.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by Tecnoworld View Post
          When Fury goes to the distance with average opponents it's just because he wants to play with them or having a "sparring like" session.

          When he decides to end a bout he does. I'm not sure he can do AJ in 3, but surely he'll go hard on him. Maybe 5-6 if AJ runs away.


          He was trying to finish a dead on his feet Wilder for 3 rounds and couldn't. He was desperate to stop Wallin because of his cut. He hit Wallin with everything and couldn't. For his size Fury has feather dusters.
          Last edited by Robbie Barrett; 12-14-2020, 06:17 AM.

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          • #15
            Originally posted by Robbie Barrett View Post


            He was trying to finish a dead on his feet Wilder for 3 rounds and couldn't. He was desperate to stop Wallin because of his cut. He hit Wallin with everything and couldn't. For his size Fury has feather dusters.
            Exactly. Fury is gonna get stretched by AJ
            Mark my word.

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            • #16
              Fury isn't the biggest puncher, but AJ has a glass jaw.

              If Ruiz can knock Joshua into a concussion, then Fury might well give him brain damage.

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              • #17
                There sure is a lot of folks in here to quickly defend their princess AJ like the celebrity worshippers they are.

                AJ does not have stamina period end of story. His for the camera muscles and fake glamour shot smiles are his downfall. I’m not the biggest Fury fan whatsoever. However I can admit that I’ve also not seen as skilled as a pure heavyweight boxer that’s in Fury since Ali.

                When he wants to lay on you and wear you down he does. When he wants you to rush in he allows it to happen. Everything he does or allows his opponent to do he plans. His jab is an excellent one and is able to connect when he wishes for it to. I’ve not seen a ring IQ like Tyson’s in a very long time.

                In every fight I’ve ever seen of AJ once you weather any storm he comes forward with he gasses for at least two rounds. Its happened in every fight. I don’t believe Tyson will knock him out but I do believe he’ll outbox him masterclass style easily and win 10 of 12 rounds. AJ in his typical self will try to plod forward on Tyson and throw his basic one two and dust at air. He will be tired all night because literally his stamina is nonexistent.

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by Boxingfanatic75 View Post
                  There sure is a lot of folks in here to quickly defend their princess AJ like the celebrity worshippers they are.

                  AJ does not have stamina period end of story. His for the camera muscles and fake glamour shot smiles are his downfall. I’m not the biggest Fury fan whatsoever. However I can admit that I’ve also not seen as skilled as a pure heavyweight boxer that’s in Fury since Ali.

                  When he wants to lay on you and wear you down he does. When he wants you to rush in he allows it to happen. Everything he does or allows his opponent to do he plans. His jab is an excellent one and is able to connect when he wishes for it to. I’ve not seen a ring IQ like Tyson’s in a very long time.

                  In every fight I’ve ever seen of AJ once you weather any storm he comes forward with he gasses for at least two rounds. Its happened in every fight. I don’t believe Tyson will knock him out but I do believe he’ll outbox him masterclass style easily and win 10 of 12 rounds. AJ in his typical self will try to plod forward on Tyson and throw his basic one two and dust at air. He will be tired all night because literally his stamina is nonexistent.
                  Good post.

                  I'll trust Parker's opinion over some Matchroom casual any day of the week.

                  These AJ cult members are scary, say anything slightly negative about AJ and they jump in the threads straight away talking about hurt feelings lol.

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                  • #19
                    I think Josh might very well beat fury. Beating wilder might have given false sense of where fury is.
                    Many outbox wilder. Fury basically avoided killer ko punch.

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                    • #20
                      Before Wilder's meltdown, I wondered if these three were a rock, paper, scissors triangular matchup:
                      Fury's elusiveness beats Wilder's power, Wilder's power catches AJ's chin and AJ's power boxing prevails over Fury's elusive skills.

                      I still kind of believe that, I think the styles really matchup differently. I could be completely wrong about that but I'm just as curious how AJ does against Wilder as I am how he he does against Fury.

                      Regarding Parker, his comments aren't ones that you would normally hear.coming from another rival. He seems like a nice guy but his pedestrian competitive nature seems to be a serious handicap. He's physically gifted but in the ring, he seems to be going through the motions.

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