Tyson Fury (Lineal) vs. Deontay Wilder (WBC) II - February 22nd 2020

Fury vs. Wilder Winner and How?

  • Tyson Fury Stoppage

    Votes: 9 11.1%
  • Tyson Fury Decision

    Votes: 39 48.1%
  • Draw

    Votes: 1 1.2%
  • Deontay Wilder Decision

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Deontay Wilder Stoppage

    Votes: 32 39.5%

  • Total voters
    81
  • Poll closed .
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Wilder's trainer now saying Wilder will come in heavier for the rematch too. He claims Wilder got a bit excited prior to the first fight and as a consequence came in a bit lighter than usual.
 

DB Cooper

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I wonder if we will see Fury go to the body a bit more in the rematch? He will have to be patient and wait for the right opportunities but it might take some sting out of Wilder if he can get away with it.
 
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Hkbrit

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One week until Fury's career gets laid to rest.

Fury's resume

W12 over Klitschko then ducked rematch

Wins over chisora

Win over..... We Steve Cunningham?

Soon Fury joins has been Rahman and Oliver McCall in the one hit wonder club.

I can't wait
 

emallini

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One week until Fury's career gets laid to rest.

Fury's resume

W12 over Klitschko then ducked rematch

Wins over chisora

Win over..... We Steve Cunningham?

Soon Fury joins has been Rahman and Oliver McCall in the one hit wonder club.

I can't wait
Imagine being you
 
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Wilder says when he retires he will be known as the best ever in the heavyweight division, if not the whole of boxing.
Maybe in Alabama...but rest of America let alone the world wont even notice if he retired tomorrow.
The guy needs to hire a marketing team to generate press pages.

Tyson Fury has been doing his bit for the promotion....unfortunately the fight is not generating the big fight wall to wall coverage it should.
 
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Gotta give it to Wilder though. A few years ago he was the least expected HW to be the last man standing out of the top 3, maybe even top 5 including Whyte and Ortiz. It now happens he could very well end up the last man standing. It is amazing what being unorthodox, a bit wild, being fed cans for 30 fights, and having incredible power can do for a career at HW.
 

Hkbrit

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Gotta give it to Wilder though. A few years ago he was the least expected HW to be the last man standing out of the top 3, maybe even top 5 including Whyte and Ortiz. It now happens he could very well end up the last man standing. It is amazing what being unorthodox, a bit wild, being fed cans for 30 fights, and having incredible power can do for a career at HW.
He's been expertly managed, took zero risks apart from Fury, and even Fury isn't what he was. After seeing the Pianeta fight how big a "risk" did it seem like really. He's still literally never fought a puncher.

When you look at how defensively frail he is, the amateur stoppages, the way Molina and even Fury have buzzed him, I think it's pretty obvious he's a glass cannon, so they gave made sure he is always the hammer. He's the kind of guy who once he gets ko'd he will lose a lot of his effectiveness.

Had opportunities to fight the Klitschko's and shied away from them, I mean peopleduscredit AJ for beating old Klitschko but wilder could have done it if it was so easy

Its why in all reality I won't be too bothered if Fury does win, I don't like Wilder either, if he does beat Fury I expect he will go back to fighting pbc set up jobs until he retires, you won't see him in with Usyk, Joshua, Hrgovic, Dubois etc.

The American media will overhype the shit out of him and the heavyweight division will be a joke.
 
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