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

Fury vs. Wilder Winner and How?

  • Tyson Fury Stoppage

    Votes: 5 12.8%
  • Tyson Fury Decision

    Votes: 27 69.2%
  • Draw

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Deontay Wilder Decision

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Deontay Wilder Stoppage

    Votes: 7 17.9%

  • Total voters
    39
Jul 15, 2012
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At the end of the day Wilder knocked him down twice. Imho it's a lot easier for Wilder to win than Fury who has to keep himself from getting dropped again or ko'd.

Saying he is likely not to improve for the rematch is a dangerous assumption and imo no reason to justify saying Fury will win.

I need to see the fight again, but Wilder didn't take chances early on. The fight following Fury he knocks out is opponent in the opening round in the first chance he took... I lean towards Wilder winning he is too dangerous and good at what he does. KO'd every man he fought and after he went the distance with the short fighter with braids (Ben something not going to look up his name as I type this) he knocks him the fuck out. He could knock an elephant out. I expect him to do better in the rematch like he has shown and like he knocked out that fighter in May.

I think Wilder is too good at what he does. Last time put Fury down twice and Fury's chin will get tested once again. No two fights are the same he likely puts Fury down for good.
 
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Aug 28, 2014
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At the end of the day Wilder knocked him down twice. Imho it's a lot easier for Wilder to win than Fury who has to keep himself from getting dropped again or ko'd.

Saying he is likely not to improve for the rematch is a dangerous assumption and imo no reason to justify saying Fury will win.

I need to see the fight again, but Wilder didn't take chances early on. The fight following Fury he knocks out is opponent in the opening round in the first chance he took... I lean towards Wilder winning he is too dangerous and good at what he does. KO'd every man he fought and after he went the distance with the short fighter with braids (Ben something not going to look up his name as I type this) he knocks him the fuck out. He could knock an elephant out. I expect him to do better in the rematch like he has shown and like he knocked out that fighter in May.

I think Wilder is too good at what he does. Last time put Fury down twice and Fury's chin will get tested once again. No two fights are the same he likely puts Fury down for good.
Ben Stiverne used to have a good chin but Wilder cracked it

Also Ben Breazeale had a good chin too
 
May 16, 2013
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To use an American analogy.

It doesn't matter what your skills are compared to his, Wilder has a gun.

Fury was shot twice last time but had a bullet proof vest on. Wilder will need to use a higher caliber gun.
 

Jack McW

Long Live Israel !!!
Nov 23, 2014
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I actually agree with Freddy Roach;s post fight comments and think Fury gave him to much respect and should have stepped it up and could have got him stopped on a TKO. Why risk being in there with a big crazy puncher any longer than needed and risk something like the 12th round happening.

I think Fury will be fitter and more confident this time and wont stop when he has Wilder going like he did last time.
I agree he could have got him out in 10th and potentially in the 12th wen he punched himself out. However, its easier said than done wen u in there with wilder, overcommitting can easily lead to you getting sparked
 
Jun 5, 2012
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At the end of the day Wilder knocked him down twice. Imho it's a lot easier for Wilder to win than Fury who has to keep himself from getting dropped again or ko'd.

Saying he is likely not to improve for the rematch is a dangerous assumption and imo no reason to justify saying Fury will win.

I need to see the fight again, but Wilder didn't take chances early on. The fight following Fury he knocks out is opponent in the opening round in the first chance he took... I lean towards Wilder winning he is too dangerous and good at what he does. KO'd every man he fought and after he went the distance with the short fighter with braids (Ben something not going to look up his name as I type this) he knocks him the fuck out. He could knock an elephant out. I expect him to do better in the rematch like he has shown and like he knocked out that fighter in May.

I think Wilder is too good at what he does. Last time put Fury down twice and Fury's chin will get tested once again. No two fights are the same he likely puts Fury down for good.
There's every chance Wilder improves if they fight again. He and his team likely weren't sure what they were facing last time. He could easily have a better game-plan, training camp etc
The great thing about the prospect of the rematch is that the same applies to Fury, he could be sharper, better prepared etc too.

I refuse to write-off either fighter but would say Fury has more dimensions so hopefully justice is served and he gets the W this time.

Wilder could add a little weight for example to help with his power and the clinches, whilst he could also feel more comfortable having already fought Tyson. His team potentially only need to spot one fundamental flaw or weakness to exploit and it could be enough to win it.

Fury though is a cerebral fighter, he can react quickly on the spot to make any changes needed, he can smell danger. He is more likely to exploit a flaw of Wilders than vice-versa IMO and also is more likely, if required, to completely change his approach to the fight than Wilder is. (Maybe why Roach and several posters have suggested Fury can or should be more aggressive and take it to Wilder)

I could go on, Fury's chin may have been cracked and we dont know yet or Tyson could be in far superior condition and stronger as his team have stated.

It's a pick-em fight and I cant decide yet! :lol:

 
Nov 10, 2014
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Fury vowing he won't be letting it go to the scorecards. “This time I am going to knock him the f*** out".
 

Ar558a

Fighting the Fury loving Scum
Jun 2, 2019
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Fury vowing he won't be letting it go to the scorecards. “This time I am going to knock him the f*** out".
Odd. That's not his game, he doesn't have the power to KO anyone decent. Surely he has to win on points using the usual dodge tactic. If he tries to KO him he'll have to stop the dodge and wilder will knock him into next Wednesday.
 
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DB Cooper

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May 17, 2013
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Odd. That's not his game, he doesn't have the power to KO anyone decent. Surely he has to win on points using the usual dodge tactic. If he tries to KO him he'll have to stop the dodge and wilder will knock him into next Wednesday.
The dodge as you call it is referred to in boxing as evasion. It is permissible to hit and not get hit back.
 
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