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Old 02-14-2020, 05:21 AM #23
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Originally Posted by Curtis Harper View Post
Clumsy Wilder cleanly floored the superior Fury 2x.

One time could be accidental, but twice ?

Next week we will see how much Fury improved since one trick ponies are incapable of improving.
There was nothing accidental, credit where it is due, when Wilder smells blood, he kills, dude is a killah.
Fury showed hearth and will.

But Wilder started to put hands on Fury in the 9th once Fury tired and stopped to bounce on his feet, Fury begun to fight flat footed and that's when Widler could close the gap and land punches.

If Fury is much feater, then Wilder is in a world of trouble because Fury just had trained 1 years and just fought 2 bums in 3 year and half.

Wilder better catch Fury early or finish him when he has the shot.

Wilder can beat Fury when he's vulnerable, so first round when he's cold or late rounds whne he's tired, because a 260 man will tire at some point.

It will be an interesting fight, but yeah, Wilder kinda fought like one trick poney in the first fight, it works because Fury fatigued IMO

So I would like Wilder to come with more than one trick in the rematch to trap Fury into something.
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