Tyson Fury v Otto Wallin - September 14

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I think they wont risk anyone even close to competitive just like Schwartz but has a good Record.

Possibles are
Otto Wallin 20-0 6'5½" 78" reach
Sergey Kuzmin 15-0 6'4" 75½" Reach
Jermaine Franklin 18-0 6'2" 77" Reach

No way they risk fighting Pulev, he is ninth according to Box Rec. Not with the Wilder fight on the line. They will learn from AJ that they can't risk put someone who can fight in their before the big payday.

Povetkin ditto. He has too much Punch power to risk a KO, even though he is getting on.

Exactly who I picked six weeks ago, big and unbeaten so TF can talk him up for the next 2 months and then beat him as he barely throws a punch. Schwartz photocopy. It is a joke but for TF's PR it works to try and make it look like he is fighting decent guys when he is actually using unbeaten untested punch bags. (Wallin is 48th on Boxrec and his best win is probably Granat last april.)
 

Ar558a

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Well if he thinks this guys is preparation for Deontay, he is mistaken. Admittedly I haven't seen Wallin punch but I doubt he is Deontay's league. You would think it would worth finding a really big puncher as that is pretty much all DW is, we know TF is a better boxer although that's not saying much and he needs to find someone with power to practise connecting more against while risking getting hit. Schwartz and this guy are not helping that and it would seem to make sense to do that as he still could get Ko'd easily if DW connects again.
 
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What has Wallin done to deserve a shot at the lineal championship of the world?

I've said it before, and I'll say it again, if Fury is going to call himself the lineal champ, and parade it as some worthwhile 'title', he needs to be held to the same account as the other belt holders.

If Wilder fought this guy there'd be uproar.
 

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Just pathetic. I expect nobody will care because, as always with Fury, he can do whatever he wants and people defend him. Fight nobodies, get a drugs ban...irrelevant, he's just untouchable in some peoples eyes yet in reality, he's just as bad as anyone else people are frustrated with at the highest level of the sport. It's a joke of a fight and whilst people will blame Arum, every boxing fan with two brain cells knew this would happen when Fury chose to sign with Arum. For all his bullshit talk about legacy, proving he's the best etc., he just chose the option with the highest reward for the least risk and sadly for us fans, that meant going with Arum who has no leverage in the heavyweight division. If Fury wanted to make big money and the big fights, he should have signed with Haymon or Hearn...yet he chose Arum.

If this was anyone else, they'd get torn apart but Fury won't.

There's no question about which heavyweights want to fight each other. Joshua and Wilder would both fight anyone but when Fury was in the driving seat to make any fight he wanted, he chose the option which was a pure cash grab. Fury is the heavyweight who has the least intent, without question.
 
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Well if he thinks this guys is preparation for Deontay, he is mistaken. Admittedly I haven't seen Wallin punch but I doubt he is Deontay's league.
You continually accuse people of guessing and you come out with that. :lol:

Go take a look at Wallin before guessing and looking like a hypocrite.

Remember too, Fury prepared for Wilder the first time with Seferi and Pianeta.
 
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Well if he thinks this guys is preparation for Deontay, he is mistaken. Admittedly I haven't seen Wallin punch but I doubt he is Deontay's league. You would think it would worth finding a really big puncher as that is pretty much all DW is, we know TF is a better boxer although that's not saying much and he needs to find someone with power to practise connecting more against while risking getting hit. Schwartz and this guy are not helping that and it would seem to make sense to do that as he still could get Ko'd easily if DW connects again.
I'm sick of your racism against travelers. You are also a filthy casual if you ain't a troll.
 
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Fury should push Ruiz around the ring for 12 as a last sparring session before he fights Wallin.
 
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You continually accuse people of guessing and you come out with that. :lol:

Go take a look at Wallin before guessing and looking like a hypocrite.

Remember too, Fury prepared for Wilder the first time with Seferi and Pianeta.
True, however his guess was spot on. Wallin is no better a puncher than Schwarz really...and his record is completely bloated with chinny nobodies.

He couldn't drop Zumbano over 10 rounds... the guy AJ iced in 2 in his 12th fight, who was KO'd by Molina and after going the distance with Wallin got done in 1 by Ustinov and then Hrgovic on the latters debut.

Couldn't dent a 38 year old Machimana, who aside from being KO'd years before by Potter, Carwin and splattered by Price...lost 3 of his next 5 bouts, after Wallin, by KO and hasn't fought since.

After going the full 6 with Wallin, Goncharov beat a journeyman with 1 stoppage win in 51 bouts, and then lost 3 consecutive bouts by 1st round KO and retired.

He can't punch his way out of a wet paper bag in heavyweight terms, but at least he has one better points win on his record than Schwarz did and there's no signs of him lacking heart like there were with Schwarz.

Still...for the "fighting man" of the division who apparently doesn't care about money but just wants the best fights, this is a fucking garbage fight.
 
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Otto Wallin never heard of him...!

Even David Price would have been better then this Otto guy whoever he is.

Or maybe Price was considered to dangerous.
 
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True, however his guess was spot on. Wallin is no better a puncher than Schwarz really...and his record is completely bloated with chinny nobodies.

He couldn't drop Zumbano over 10 rounds... the guy AJ iced in 2 in his 12th fight, who was KO'd by Molina and after going the distance with Wallin got done in 1 by Ustinov and then Hrgovic on the latters debut.

Couldn't dent a 38 year old Machimana, who aside from being KO'd years before by Potter, Carwin and splattered by Price...lost 3 of his next 5 bouts, after Wallin, by KO and hasn't fought since.

After going the full 6 with Wallin, Goncharov beat a journeyman with 1 stoppage win in 51 bouts, and then lost 3 consecutive bouts by 1st round KO and retired.

He can't punch his way out of a wet paper bag in heavyweight terms, but at least he has one better points win on his record than Schwarz did and there's no signs of him lacking heart like there were with Schwarz.

Still...for the "fighting man" of the division who apparently doesn't care about money but just wants the best fights, this is a fucking garbage fight.
Sounds like this Wallin fella couldn’t punch his way out a wet paper bag?

I’ve never heard of him to be honest. I don’t agree they should have fought a big puncher, what’s the point? Just because Wilder hits hard? Power is power, it depends on how it’s delivered.

So they’re much better off fighting talk guys who better replicate Wilder’s ability to deliver that power, with his physical dimensions.

Is Wallin tall/long reach?
 
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Terrible fight, pointless really. I understood seferi and pianeta given the lay off. But shwarz and ollin? Just comes across as vanity, beating up overmatcjed opponents and showing off with his hands by his waist. I don't think it stands him in good stead for wilder rematch
 
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Think Fury is just going to focus on his ring entrance..The entrance will certainly take more practice and be more challenging then Otto Wallin.
 
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