Fury WIlder 3

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As @DynamicMoves said Wilder hasn't been saying the right things. He should have gotten rid of his staff the next day after the fight as well. His only hope is Fury has gone back to his old self abusing habits. A motivated Fury is the best fighter in the world
 
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As @DynamicMoves said Wilder hasn't been saying the right things. He should have gotten rid of his staff the next day after the fight as well. His only hope is Fury has gone back to his old self abusing habits. A motivated Fury is the best fighter in the world
The only self abuse he does these days is whacking off 7 times a day to boost his testosterone.

He's looking pretty good right now.



 
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Same here Fury expose he figured out Wilder in their second fight and have in control from the start to the end. Wilder's opportunity, like you mentioned is a punches chance, and it is a accurate one for a guy who hits solid punch. However, he has to get close enough to hit him trying counter punch, and in doing so, he opens himself up for counters from Fury.I can see Wilder getting stopped again since that leopard can't change his spots at this point in his career. I'm just wondering what his excuses will be when all is said and done. UFC commercials have been talking about Fury and Joshua. However, Here I thought they were in line to fight next or something. As for the question, undoubtedly Fury. Easily, he won both fights. Weirdly enough, Fury got caught a few times by Wilder in their second fight. Fury handled it far better than last fight. Fury is one of the only Heavy weight's where it benefits him to come in fat. In my opinion. Thanks
 
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Same here Fury expose he figured out Wilder in their second fight and have in control from the start to the end. Wilder's opportunity, like you mentioned is a punches chance, and it is a accurate one for a guy who hits solid punch. However, he has to get close enough to hit him trying counter punch, and in doing so, he opens himself up for counters from Fury......
I actually thought that the brilliance of Fury's game plan in fight #2 was that he DIDN'T rely on counterpunching. He very surprisingly took the fight to Wilder, consistently getting off first. Wilder literally had no clue how to respond, plus it kept Fury close & out of range of Wilder's OH right.
I was never an actual Fury fan until that night. (Not even after the first fight, in which Fury fought defensively and also illegally ducked below the belt for the entire fight.) Fury found Wilder's huge weakness, and exploited it perfectly. It was lovely to behold, even for a former, rabbid Wilder supporter.