Joe Joyce vs. Hughie Fury

Joyce vs. Fury Winner and How?

  • Joe Joyce Stoppage

    Votes: 11 40.7%
  • Joe Joyce Decision

    Votes: 4 14.8%
  • Draw

    Votes: 1 3.7%
  • Hughie Fury Decision

    Votes: 11 40.7%
  • Hughie Fury Stoppage

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
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Hughie has more skill..Joyce seems to have the greater will.

I think the stronger will beats the better skill..! We go with Joyce.

Personnally reckon Hughie and Peter should start calling out Wilder. Might as well make a couple of million whilst you still have the chance. He could actually get that fight. Wilders team might see it as a good way to prepare for a rematch with Tyson Fury.
 
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emallini

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Yes it’s tough to see anyone beating him, he has all the attributes, fast hands, great foot work, superb defence just an all rounder really.
No Heavyweight today has all those attributes.
 
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The way many posters on here talk about Joyce is an absolute nonsense.

Joyce is a technically sound fighter who is has good balance, puts his combinations together well an is able to sustain and apply high levels of pressure on his opponent, with a solid chin to boot. He's also got a clubbing power that punches through the guard is able to quickly break an opponent down. Essentially what the negativity comes down to is a lack of handspeed, from posters who don't have enough of a well trained eye to see his other qualities.

From reading the posts on here, you'd think this was the second coming of Larry Olubamiwo.
 
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emallini

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The way many posters on here talk about Joyce is an absolute nonsense.

Joyce is a technically sound fighter who is has very good balance, puts his combinations together well an is able to sustain and apply high levels of pressure on his opponent, with a solid chin to boot. He's also got a clubbing power that punches through the guard is able to quickly break an opponent down. Essentially what the negativity comes down to is a lack of handspeed, from posters who don't have enough of a well trained eye to see his other qualities.

From reading the posts on here, you'd think this was the second coming of Larry Olubamiwo.
Wow someone has got a brain.
 
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With regards to this fight, I think Hughie Fury could take for the decision. For all Hughie's shortcomings (lack of power, low output), he is a skilled boxer and one of the most elusive in the division, which doesn't gel favourably with Joyce's style.

However I think Joyce beats Dubois. His style is one which also favours the 12 round, and at the moment he's got a 100% KO record, with the longest latest being against strong chinned Bermaine Stiverne in round 6. Outside of the big three and possibly White & Hughie, I don't see many heavyweights having an easy night with Joyce.
 
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It would look a lot like the Parker Fury fight I reckon, I think Hughie would take it on points though.
It'll look nothing like the Parker fight.

Parker paid him too much respect and ended up almost losing because of it.

Joyce would walk through Fury and expose his questionable heart, lack of power, lack of strength, lack of stamina and limited attack.
 
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It'll look nothing like the Parker fight.

Parker paid him too much respect and ended up almost losing because of it.

Joyce would walk through Fury and expose his questionable heart, lack of power, lack of strength, lack of stamina and limited attack.
Parker was all over him and pushed the fight from the start I watched it live, Parker is a much more polished boxer than Joyce as well. Don't rate Joyce at all Im sorry mate I think he's awful and there for the taking.
 

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No but they have some, Joyce has none of them.
He has enough to be fringe world level after 9 fights and I think he will have success at world level. Regardless of how it looks from the outside, on the inside where it matters the guy is bloody effective.
 
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He has enough to be fringe world level after 9 fights and I think he will have success at world level. Regardless of how it looks from the outside, on the inside where it matters the guy is bloody effective.
Effective against who though? He has been fighting corpses, do you really think he will get away with walking forward throwing slow motion punches while being punched in the face when he steps up in levels?