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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Its why in all reality I won't be too bothered if Fury does win...
Well look who is hedging his bets now the fight is only a week away.

After frothing at the mouth day after day, week after week about how much he wants to see Fury knocked out and carried out you are now trying to cover your arse in case the result goes the other way.

You sad, pathetic little troll.
 

DB Cooper

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The closer we get to the fight, the more fearful I am that Wilder will wipe Fury out early.

Then again, I believe I thought the same thing for their first contest...
Wilder by KO is the most logical outcome. Just as it was the first time. But it is a game man who bets against Fury.

36 minutes is a long time to avoid the biggest sleeping pill in boxing, Wilder's right hand. But if anyone can do it, it is Fury.

Such an intriguing fight.
 

Hkbrit

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The big dosser will soon be dossing, sugar walls better have a pillow and blanket in the corner because Fury is getting WORLD STARRED
 

Hkbrit

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I reckon this might end up like Wilder Stiverne 2, wilder wants to make a statement and Fury has fattened up like Stiverne.

Will this be Fury soon?I think it might

 
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Wilder by KO is the most logical outcome. Just as it was the first time. But it is a game man who bets against Fury.

36 minutes is a long time to avoid the biggest sleeping pill in boxing, Wilder's right hand. But if anyone can do it, it is Fury.

Such an intriguing fight.
Is it the most logical outcome?

History has taught us boxer beats puncher more often than not, especially one as unrefined as Wilder.

Fury should also be in much better condition and knows he has to stay switched on for 12.
 
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Is it the most logical outcome?

History has taught us boxer beats puncher more often than not, especially one as unrefined as Wilder.

Fury should also be in much better condition and knows he has to stay switched on for 12.
But Wilder isn’t your normal puncher. His power is devastating & he carries it early and late.

I do wonder what role (if any) Fury’s cut will play in this fight. It’s very visible in interviews & it’s likely to flare up again.

Wilder isn’t exactly an accurate volume puncher so perhaps it won’t play a significant part in the outcome but defo something to consider I think.
 
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But Wilder isn’t your normal puncher. His power is devastating & he carries it early and late.

I do wonder what role (if any) Fury’s cut will play in this fight. It’s very visible in interviews & it’s likely to flare up again.

Wilder isn’t exactly an accurate volume puncher so perhaps it won’t play a significant part in the outcome but defo something to consider I think.
He's definitely not a normal puncher, but he's also way less skilled than a lot of punchers who have been nullified by boxers.

If the cut opens up early, it's a different fight and I can't see how Fury wins.

Be interesting to see how dirty Wilder is prepared to be, in clinches, he should definitely be rubbing his gloves and dropping his head on where the cut was.
 
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He's definitely not a normal puncher, but he's also way less skilled than a lot of punchers who have been nullified by boxers.

If the cut opens up early, it's a different fight and I can't see how Fury wins.

Be interesting to see how dirty Wilder is prepared to be, in clinches, he should definitely be rubbing his gloves and dropping his head on where the cut was.
I don’t think Wilder was anywhere near 100% first time around. I don’t think he took Fury that seriously & I believe the injury story as well.

I reckon we see a much better version of Wilder this time around & one with a proper game plan. Not just slinging the right hand and hoping for the best.

I never like to bet against Fury but Wilder’s power is something else
 
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The issue I have with Fury winning is that in the first fight he was ducking under the right hand really well, with Wilder shooting the right hand too high.

Ducking the right hand was definitely the right thing to be doing but I can’t imagine Wilder’s team aren’t drilling religiously lowering the trajectory of the right hand, anticipating the duck from Fury.
 
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The issue I have with Fury winning is that in the first fight he was ducking under the right hand really well, with Wilder shooting the right hand too high.

Ducking the right hand was definitely the right thing to be doing but I can’t imagine Wilder’s team aren’t drilling religiously lowering the trajectory of the right hand, anticipating the duck from Fury.
They’ve been practicing left hooks in camp... Might be trying to lure Fury inside a feint right hand
 

Hkbrit

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Wilder is going to knock Fury sparko. Sugar walls will never be heard from again, and Fury will rematch Otto Wallin then retire
 
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Haven't been keeping up with any of the build up. Does anybody know if Fury has been training southpaw for this fight?