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Old 08-03-2018, 09:08 PM #11
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Chisora 1, time :35. 2nd fight was much more dominant however Chisora had already been KO'd by Haye. Just look at the amount of wild punches thrown by Chisora and the success he was having, Fury very easy to hit.


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:07 secs, 2nd round, Fury immediately holds clearly hurt, ref breaks up action due to headbutt though

2:48 4th round, eats a right hand, legs buckle, fortunately for Fury Abell is made of glass

Against Wlad watch the 12th, Fury was fading fast while Wlad was coming on strong, not exactly rocked but you could see the punches having an effect.


Fury is not a defensive master, he's been hit by some wild punches and put down 2x against both Pajkic & Cunningham.

Lol i think you're reaching a bit. He definitely wasn't hurt or rocked by Chisora there, he was simply getting out of the way. He didn't even look to hold.
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Old 08-03-2018, 09:30 PM #12
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Lol i think you're reaching a bit. He definitely wasn't hurt or rocked by Chisora there, he was simply getting out of the way. He didn't even look to hold.
He was stumbling into the ropes, even the commentators and crowd went wild. Fury is one of those guys that fights back when he's hurt, he'll get KO'd against Wilder doing that.

His punch resistance is far from great as evidenced by the Pajkic-Cunningham knock downs. Defensively you can watch any of his fights and he's getting clipped with right hands.
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Old 08-03-2018, 09:31 PM #13
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He did get rocked by Chisora in round 2, same against Abell, against Wlad he wasn't exactly rocked but did fade extremely fast once Wlad applied pressure in the 12th.

Wilder was a cruiserweight as an amateur duh, he had no durability at 6'7 200lbs. Wilder has been down once against Sconiers in the past 8 years or so, he sustained clean punches from Duhpaus, Stiverne, Molina, Ortiz, etc.

Fury has been dropped by a cruiser with 1 stoppage win at HW and another HW with just a 30% Ko ratio, nothing durable about that.
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And Molina had Wilder wobbling all over the damned ring .. Molina, FFS!

Ortiz had him doing the chicken dance too, and would have finished him off a Doctor hadn't jumped up onto the ring apron and called an illegal break to allow him time to recover!

Wlad knocked him out cold twice in the gym, with 18 gloves and headgear, which is why Wilder refused to fight him to unify the division after he beat Stiffern.
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And Molina had Wilder wobbling all over the damned ring .. Molina, FFS!

Ortiz had him doing the chicken dance too, and would have finished him off a Doctor hadn't jumped up onto the ring apron and called an illegal break to allow him time to recover!

Wlad knocked him out cold twice in the gym, with 18 gloves and headgear, which is why Wilder refused to fight him to unify the division after he beat Stiffern.
Idk why you're bringing up his amateur career? Wilder fought at HW, 91kg in the amateurs not Super Heavy which is 91kg+.
If Wilder fought at 91kg in the pros he'd get KTFO.

Wilder's right foot got tangled with Molina's left foot which you can clearly see in their fight. Molina actually has KO power too unlike Cunningham-Pajkic, he nearly stopped Arreola in 1 round and knocked Adamek out it took a guy like Vitali TONS of punches before he could do stop both guys.

Wilder was never even down against Ortiz & Ortiz hits much harder than Fury. Fury needs accumulative punches to put guys out, his power is honestly questionable. Fury's 2nd best career win is Chisora FFS, not exactly a stacked resume.

And the sparring rumors are just that, rumors.
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