Tyson Fury (Lineal & WBC) vs. Deontay Wilder III

Fury vs. Wilder III Winner and How?

  • Draw

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  • Deontay Wilder Decision

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Ar558a

Fighting the Fury loving Scum
Jun 2, 2019
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You speak like someone who does not want to see AJ face Fury.
The Franchise Champ thing is more about Whyte's mandatory than it is AJ v TF. That fight is happening by year's end whatever so it doesn't really affect that but if they make a Franchise Champion and Whyte has to fight for the reg title he gets screwed after waiting like a billion years for his shot at the real title.
 

sosolid4u09

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Jan 28, 2013
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Wilder definitely needs a 6 month break, then work with a new world class trainer for 6 months have a couple of warm up fights against the likes of Kownacki/Martin/Charr, then go for AJ or Fury

I dont think he ever beats Fury but he needs to change his camp that was shocking
Didn't you vote wilder by ko?
 
Reactions: A.C.S
Sep 22, 2014
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Well those type of coaches have no business being in a boxing gym. Even a purely attacking coach will teach correct footwork and balance, correct positioning, how to get into range, how to cut of the ring and create openings to attack an opponent, how to work in clinches etc.

Wilders footwork was neither good offensively or defensively just a midrange counterpuncher. Who would rush in and launch a clumsy windmill attack on occasion.
There are plenty of average to shit coaches in gyms around the world! Yep, utopian, ideal world he finds himself with a world class coach as soon as he starts and gets his fundamentals set, but it didn’t happen. He was taught to set his feet at mid range and throw straight and hard as the opponent attacks.

There is also a good possibility he just doesn’t get it?

A good coach isn’t necessarily someone who can make someone understand it. There is the argument that you’re a decent coach if you can understand and appreciate and make the most of someone’s technical limitations.
 
Reactions: emallini
Dec 6, 2019
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Above another typical Fury fan

Racist, using Joshua's Nigerian name which he doesn't wish to be referred to as some sort of weird slur

And doesn't want to see the AJ fight as his racist mind would implode if Joshua chins his white idol
 
Jun 6, 2012
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Wilder has said he'll step aside for $10m and first shot.

How realistic that is will obviously depend on what the AJ-Fury fight would generate.
 
Reactions: SouthpawCounter
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I've always thought Wilder wanted some step aside money and maybe a couple of warm up fights before he took the rematch.

Invoking the rematch clause I believe was his way of strengthening his position. He knows he can't jump straight back in with Fury and win.

Get his step aside money, earn with his warm up fights on pbc and then jump in with the Joshua/Fury winner. It's a great way of maximising his earning potential and securing his future.
 
Jun 6, 2012
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I've always thought Wilder wanted some step aside money and maybe a couple of warm up fights before he took the rematch.

Invoking the rematch clause I believe was his way of strengthening his position. He knows he can't jump straight back in with Fury and win.

Get his step aside money, earn with his warm up fights on pbc and then jump in with the Joshua/Fury winner. It's a great way of maximising his earning potential and securing his future.
I think this is a very real possibility.

There was absolutely zero upside to him turning down the rematch up front.