- Jun 4, 2012
The Fury fanatics can be annoying, just like the Joshua ones, and you're a Joshua one, so trying to call others fanboys is laughable.I react to the way he behaves and the way he treats people and his views which has publicly voiced. The fact that you accept this vile behaviour and it doesn't cause you revulsion says a lot about you and the rest of the fanboys. If you act in such a way in public, you are going to be judged on it. You and your kind have to fabricate evidence against AJ to try and discredit him as his professionalism is exemplary. Even if at the end of the day AJ turns out to be the lesser boxer, he will always be the greater human being.
You've been on this site for a couple of weeks and so far you've talked about how AJ looks better, is a better human being and how you don't count Fury's winning rounds against Wilder as "outboxing".
Making your opponent miss, while landing clear, scoring shots is basically the dictionary definition of what a boxer aims to achieve. It might not appeal to someone as much as a slugger, or a very aggressive technical fighter, but from Pep to PBF, there's been a host of ATG boxers who were renowned for this aspect of the sport.
To say you don't count it is akin to saying "I'm new to the sport and don't really understand it".
Beating Schwarz means fuck all, it was an awful opponent, but the skills on display from Fury are rare in the heavyweight division and hopefully the rematch with Wilder is sooner rather than later.