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    WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury was not overly impressed with the recent victory by Anthony Joshua. This past Saturday night at the SSE Arena at Wembley, Joshua retained the WBO, IBF, IBO, WBA heavyweight titles with a ninth round knockout of mandatory challenger Kubrat Pulev, who went down four times in the contest.
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  • #2
    Cool do that, just fight.

    Given Mr Fury doesn't take anyone of note out early .. I'm waiting for the jabs fest points win.

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    • #3
      Itís hard to tell when Furyís bluffing, he obviously turned out to be telling the truth with his approach for Wilder but I suspect he may be bluffing this time.

      I reckon Itíll be way harder for him to maul AJ like how he did to Wilder. Joshuaís a much better counter puncher, has more offensive weapons (as opposed to just a straight right like Wilder) and is physically stronger than Wilder.

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      • #4
        I expect Tyson to beat and stop him but it would be a harder fight than Wilder because Joshua is a good inside fighter and is much more skilled.

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        • #5
          Which style cause both aj n fury are multi facet fighters unlike wilder who lacks technical abilities and just comes foward using the jab as a paw not a weapon just looking for a big right hand to the head. Wilder is tailor maid for fury aj isnt for knows how to fight behind the jab fight off back foot as well a mean uppercut and decent combinations all things wilder lacks. N while we can talk bout AJ jaw. wilder cant take body shots and well as other things exposed by ortiz and fury no inside game cant fight off backfoot. If hit em to body he get hurt. Hes like the bully that once someone muster out the fear and hit back the bully get exosed as someone whos using size for intimidation yet once hit back proves cant fight

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          • #6
            Let’s see it then. As skilled as Fury is, I can’t help but feel that he’s just blowing smoke and bluffing. AJ is not a walk in the park.

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            • #7
              AJ is a slow starter and his punches are clumsy, predictable, and laborious compared to Fury's fast and accurate shots.

              I expect Fury to gain a wide lead on the scorecards and then dig in some hard shots to AJ's body that drop him to his knees in the second half of the fight.

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              • #8
                ďNo disrespect to Kubrat Pulev, heís nearly 40-years-old and he hasnít had a competitive fight since he fought Klitschko in 2014. He hasnít been boxing regularly against high-level opposition and at 40-years-old heís ready to put on his carpet slippers anyway," Fury told Good Morning Britain.
                Tyson is low-key insulting Hughie!

                Fury is right though. Joshua needed to fight someone of real quality like Tom Schwarz to get Fury's respect.

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                • #9
                  Whyte hit AJ with a number of hard body shots and heís known to be a vicious body puncher.

                  AJ is not weak to the body.

                  If Fury wins itíll be taking advantage of a moment where AJ gases out. Other than his sheer size Furyís best attribute is his stamina in my opinion.

                  Furyís best attribute is AJís worst and thatís how I see Fury winning the fight.

                  People thinking this is going to be an easy night for Fury are crazy in my opinion. Theyíre basing it off one extremely good performance against an untested dude in Wilder

                  Originally posted by SN!PER View Post
                  AJ is a slow starter and his punches are clumsy, predictable, and laborious compared to Fury's fast and accurate shots.

                  I expect Fury to gain a wide lead on the scorecards and then dig in some hard shots to AJ's body that drop him to his knees in the second half of the fight.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Boxing56 View Post
                    I expect Tyson to beat and stop him but it would be a harder fight than Wilder because Joshua is a good inside fighter and is much more skilled.
                    For sure - if Tyson does stop him it will be late. I don't understand all this "Fury is going to KO Joshua early stuff" Fury has gone the distance with fighters literally 20% as good as Joshua

                    Originally posted by Redgloveman View Post
                    People thinking this is going to be an easy night for Fury are crazy in my opinion. Theyíre basing it off one extremely good performance against an untested dude in Wilder
                    Also Wilder landed on Fury hard in their first fight and Fury just got away with it. Another occasion he wouldn't have got up. There was luck involved too.

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