Post Fight Can Wilder beat Fury in a Rematch?

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Let be honest Fury has already beat Wilder first time around as unfit as he was so he definitely can again especially when he gets more match fit. Wilder can't do much more than he did the first time he will swing for the fences and hope he lands it still a tough fight to call.
 
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@BillyDavo, what I said was the truth, so how can you lose respect just because I don"t agree with your analysis?. Hundreds, if not thousands of people, thought Cooper beat Bugner but the Referee thought Bugner won. Regards Mervyn the Gee
 
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Is Wilder capable of beating Fury certainly he has dynamite in his hands,did i think Fury won the fight certainly but 10-8 rounds x2 away from home you are getting no favours 114-112 Fury for me.

Merv you will remember Cooper Bugner,watched it online and I do think Bugner won razor tight and the ref being the only judge,Bugner 21 years old beating a mid 30's national treasure in Cooper...the press hated him.

I was told by relatives Dad,Uncle both boxing fans Bugner was lucky and years later despite all the negative press he got met Bugner as a young man and he was a gent,speak as you find see what you see boxing wise

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@beat down, I thought the official decision, the only one that counts, was a draw. Regards Mervyn The Gee
You know as well as I do boxing is currupt to its core, it's seems strange to say but I no longer care for official decisions as they don't count for much people can see with there own eyes who won and your being disingenuous by saying it was a draw as you being a knowledgable fan know Fury won even though you may not like him. Boxing just like society is currupt , Brexit was an official decision look what's happend there its being thwarted at every opportunity and will be reversed. The money in the end always talks.
 

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@beat down, if I truly believed that boxing was corrupt to it"s core., I would pack all my contact with Boxing Scene tomorrow. Iam only able to quote what goes in the record books, yes, of course there have been decisions which I have disagreed with, but that is what watching most sports are about. In 1974 in South Africa I watched the Lions score a brilliant try, the referee disallowedit, thus the lions were "robbed" from a 100% win record. I suggest you look at life in some other countries before making Statements about corruption. Venezuela, China, Russia, just afew where you can genuinely say they are corrupt. Brexit, for all it"s faults will eventually be passed, yes, it is being thwarted but this allowed under the law. Regards Mervyn The Gee
 
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@beat down, if I truly believed that boxing was corrupt to it"s core., I would pack all my contact with Boxing Scene tomorrow. Iam only able to quote what goes in the record books, yes, of course there have been decisions which I have disagreed with, but that is what watching most sports are about. In 1974 in South Africa I watched the Lions score a brilliant try, the referee disallowedit, thus the lions were "robbed" from a 100% win record. I suggest you look at life in some other countries before making Statements about corruption. Venezuela, China, Russia, just afew where you can genuinely say they are corrupt. Brexit, for all it"s faults will eventually be passed, yes, it is being thwarted but this allowed under the law. Regards Mervyn The Gee
Boxing is like the world, money makes it go round. Every little thing that can be corrupted in boxing is corrupt.
 
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You know as well as I do boxing is currupt to its core, it's seems strange to say but I no longer care for official decisions as they don't count for much people can see with there own eyes who won and your being disingenuous by saying it was a draw as you being a knowledgable fan know Fury won even though you may not like him. Boxing just like society is currupt , Brexit was an official decision look what's happend there its being thwarted at every opportunity and will be reversed. The money in the end always talks.
Boxing has been somewhat corrupt,totally not but away from home a fighter walks in to the ring knowing they are mentally two or three rounds down,you have to outclass or knock the opponent out we as UK fans used to say that about fights in Italy and Germany especially 70's and 80's.

Very few get anything tight on the cards away from home.Promoters,money sure you know the score so to speak.

Sven Ottke team offered career high money a couple of times to fight JC in Germany would he take the fight no,because he would of boxed Ottke's head off and unless stoppage would of been jobbed on the cards.Ottke threw pillows and even at that time JC had terrible hand problems would of been could Ottke stand up for 36 mins because he would of got a draw just doing so.
 
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Fury avoiding Wilder for 90% of the fight wasn’t entirely down to Fury’s defensive skills (which are exaggerated, by the way). It was down to Wilder’s foolish assumption he could box with Fury and get by with just one-two’s.

If you lower your punch out-put, the easier it is for any defensive fighter to avoid. One-two’s won’t cut it. It’s the three’s and four’s where Wilder will start touching him. As he did with the knockdowns if I remember correctly
 
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@beat down, if I truly believed that boxing was corrupt to it"s core., I would pack all my contact with Boxing Scene tomorrow. Iam only able to quote what goes in the record books, yes, of course there have been decisions which I have disagreed with, but that is what watching most sports are about. In 1974 in South Africa I watched the Lions score a brilliant try, the referee disallowedit, thus the lions were "robbed" from a 100% win record. I suggest you look at life in some other countries before making Statements about corruption. Venezuela, China, Russia, just afew where you can genuinely say they are corrupt. Brexit, for all it"s faults will eventually be passed, yes, it is being thwarted but this allowed under the law. Regards Mervyn The Gee
The UK is just as currupt as the countries you mention if not more are government just hide it better Sky News and the BBC peddling propaganda daily brainwashing people the government funding big drug companies for the NHS to hand pills out like smarties, the papers getting political parties elected I could go on but back to boxing, if they do rematch it is still a hard fight to call it depends on we're it takes place as to who will get the decision but be in no doubt Fury will outbox Wilder again. Fury could get clipped so Wilder really only has a punchers chance all be it a big one.
 
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@sasquatch, considering that you don"t know me . that"s a bold statement. What you should have said is that I don"t like Fury, whether he was white, black, red, or a gypsy. I also did not like Ali, so so that means in your eyes,that I don"t like black people, nothing could be further from the truth. Regards Mervyn The Gee
 
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@sasquatch, considering that you don"t know me . that"s a bold statement. What you should have said is that I don"t like Fury, whether he was white, black, red, or a gypsy. I also did not like Ali, so so that means in your eyes,that I don"t like black people, nothing could be further from the truth. Regards Mervyn The Gee
Your hate for fighters gets in the way of giving them a fair view as fighters , like you have with nilly joe saunders before..., How dont you see fury beating wilder in a rematch?
 

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@sasquatch, You have a cheek accusing me of hatingfighters, I have never hated any fighter , disliked quite a few, I don"t like BJS, not because he is a Gypsy , but the last few months he as acted as a moron, ree his last little display.. I have anopinion like everyone onthe forum, I don"t, and neither do you have to justify why you think a fighter wins. Regards Mervyn the Gee