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Wilder or Fury...

Discussion in 'Access Norton Pub' started by Fast Eddie, Nov 30, 2018.

  1. Fast Eddie

    Fast Eddie VIP MEMBER

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    Who’s it gonna be boys?

    Is the Bronze Bomber gonna land that big overhead right and have an early night?

    Or is the Gypsy King gonna give Wilder a boxing lesson??

    Discuss...
     
  2. Bernhard

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    Or will the first one to give a good fart will make the other fighter dive. . . . .
     
  3. Fast Eddie

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    I don’t know if you’ve ever seen either of these guys fight?

    With your comment as is, I can only assume not.
     
  4. ntst8

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    It isn't cricket season then...
     
  5. Fast Eddie

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    Well of course not.
     
  6. acotrel

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    We have a fighter named Tony Mundine who likes to make a big noise. A few days ago he was knocked out by the second punch in a fight, so retired from boxing.
     
  7. speirmoor

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    Thought Fury did enough over the 12 rounds to win it. How did he get up, I'll never know?
     
  8. Craig

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    I grew up in era of just one Heavy Weight Champ of the world .... vividly remember when Cassius Clay took that title from Sonny Liston .... I much prefer this particular weight class in boxing to be settled in the ring .... M. Tyson could really end a fight with no doubt on who had won .... since the splintering of all the different promo stuff and of course the money , just not as interesting as it once was , plus the super sized gladiators of today’s heavy weight division just don’t seem to move as well as the smaller fighters of the past .... guess I just getting old and pissed at the progress, eh ?
     
  9. Fast Eddie

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    Agreed on both points !
     
  10. Bernhard

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    Well Fury went down twice, Wilder was stated as the more aggressive fighter, (I have only seen short sections of this fight as on the news) so it ended up been judged a draw- they should both get back in the ring and slug it out until there is a winner!
     
  11. Fast Eddie

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    Yes he did go down twice, but that only means he loses those two rounds.

    Anyone who says Wilder was the more aggressive fighter in the other 10 was watching a different fight!

    He actually looked like he genuinely didn't know what to do with Furry. Wilder was basically looking for the big put down shot the whole fight. Furry was boxing. But in his very unorthodox style. Furry doesn't follow normal protocol, he's a very awkward b*stard to fight.

    He's also (I believe) the first person Wilder has fought who is taller than him. So he couldn't deploy his devastating overhand right as easily as usual.

    And he must be the toughest person he's ever fought, the expression on Wilders face when Furry got up after being put down with two real good shots for the second time was priceless. The poor bloke must have really thought "right, I got nuthin now, how the hell do I fight this guy"!!

    Judging issues aside, it was a great fight. Furry was amazing considering it was only his third fight after a two year booze and drug filled lay off. If he stays this focused, and on the wagon, he's gonna get better and better. If he does that, he'll be undisputed champ.

    Can't wait for the re match. Or one of them fighting AJ.

    The 3 of them have certainly livened up the heavyweight class again.
     
  12. Madnorton

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    Wilder will be hoping hoping that fury's camp win any appeal - a rematch with fury fully trained and fit, suggests night, night wilder.
    Fury was not boxing fit in that match and lasted the distance, wllder knows that Fury will be back fitter and sharper next time.
     

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