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    Default Haye vs Fury.

    Who do you think will win? I think Haye will brutally knock out Fury.

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    Default Re: Haye vs Fury.

    I think Fury will stop Haye.
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    Default Re: Haye vs Fury.

    I think it depends on which Tyson Fury comes out, if its the one that came out against Cunningham then it'll be an easy KO for Haye. Fury's got to put on the best performance he ever has to win, incorparating a lot of the things he's shown in his previous fights such as the strategy he used against Kevin Johnson. Still I trust what Peter Fury says and I'm backing Fury

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    Default Re: Haye vs Fury.

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    I think Fury will stop Haye.
    You don't truly believe that, surely not.
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    Default Re: Haye vs Fury.

    I think it's definitely advantage Haye here and he should be able to score a KO.

    The only thing I potentially can see going wrong for Haye is if Fury manages to spend much of the early rounds tying Haye up in close and leaning on him.

    Then there's the risk that Haye gets winded and loses some steam off his punches. Then maybe Fury tries to box at length for the points win.

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    Default Re: Haye vs Fury.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vendettos View Post
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    I think Fury will stop Haye.
    You don't truly believe that, surely not.
    I am serious Fury will be careful and cautious against Haye and take him to the later rounds where he will over power and over whelm little David.
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    Default Re: Haye vs Fury.

    Haye KO 4
    he will score knock downs in all 4 rounds.
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    Default Re: Haye vs Fury.

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
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    I think Fury will stop Haye.
    You don't truly believe that, surely not.
    I am serious Fury will be careful and cautious against Haye and take him to the later rounds where he will over power and over whelm little David.
    Just like Wlad did.

    Except Wlad boxes at range cautiously better than Fury...
    Wlad is 10 times less hitable
    Wlad is much stronger
    Wlad hits harder
    Wlad is more accurate

    If Haye was good enough on his bike that Wlad couldn't box cautiously and overwhelm Haye late, then what does Fury have to make it any difference.

    The longer he is in with Haye the more gaps are they for Haye to get that suspect chin. Fighting at a low pace favours haye, fighting at a high pace leaves gaps and bigger gaps as he tires... His likely gameplan is to to clinch and maul to a win... Expect plently of shoving, leaning and grabbing taxtics (like he used to hit Cunningham)

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    Default Re: Haye vs Fury.

    This will look like the second installment of Dempsey/Willard. Fury plays the tall one.

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    Default Re: Haye vs Fury.

    Quote Originally Posted by IamInuit View Post
    This will look like the second installment of Dempsey/Willard. Fury plays the tall one.
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    Default Re: Haye vs Fury.

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamGB View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Vendettos View Post
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    I think Fury will stop Haye.
    You don't truly believe that, surely not.
    I am serious Fury will be careful and cautious against Haye and take him to the later rounds where he will over power and over whelm little David.
    Just like Wlad did.

    Except Wlad boxes at range cautiously better than Fury...
    Wlad is 10 times less hitable
    Wlad is much stronger
    Wlad hits harder
    Wlad is more accurate

    If Haye was good enough on his bike that Wlad couldn't box cautiously and overwhelm Haye late, then what does Fury have to make it any difference.

    The longer he is in with Haye the more gaps are they for Haye to get that suspect chin. Fighting at a low pace favours haye, fighting at a high pace leaves gaps and bigger gaps as he tires... His likely gameplan is to to clinch and maul to a win... Expect plently of shoving, leaning and grabbing taxtics (like he used to hit Cunningham)
    Fury has also only ever shown that he can do back foot fighting once, against Johnson, and Johnson didnt even punch in that fight.

    Haye will.

    The 2 guys that knocked Fury down were 6'3 with about 78" reach, Hayes almost tailor made to drop Fury, having he same attributes.

    Haye also grabbed Maruisz Wach for sparring which is genius, because Wach andFury are the same fighter, minus the attitude.
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    Default Re: Haye vs Fury.

    Longer the fight lasts the better it is for Fury.. Im hearing alot of guys claiming 3,4 rd knockout by Haye.. lol ya serious?

    Haye isn't that great and he fights timid against giants.. He tries to dart in and out with huge single punches but Fury is going to be well prepared for that obviously. Everybody knows how Haye fights much bigger men and Fury's team should know better than anybody.

    Haye is headed for a brutal beatdown..

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    Default Re: Haye vs Fury.

    Quote Originally Posted by ninjaspy3 View Post
    I think it's definitely advantage Haye here and he should be able to score a KO.

    The only thing I potentially can see going wrong for Haye is if Fury manages to spend much of the early rounds tying Haye up in close and leaning on him.

    Then there's the risk that Haye gets winded and loses some steam off his punches. Then maybe Fury tries to box at length for the points win.
    i agree, this is furys only hope, i dont think he can out box him at any range, he has to be able to get right on top of haye
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    Default Re: Haye vs Fury.

    Quote Originally Posted by Vendettos View Post
    Haye also grabbed Maruisz Wach for sparring
    Didn't know that.

    Maruisz is one tough SOB. He should give David a great work out.
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    Default Re: Haye vs Fury.

    I have not quite been sold on Fury, although he has shown heart and battled through everything that has been thrown at him, and achieved more than I thought he would when he turned pro.

    But to beat Haye, metaphorically he needs to go up a couple of gears from what he has shown thus far. Going full throttle in fourth, is going to be competitive for a while against Haye, but eventually the engine will blow.

    Fury needs to find a fifth and probably a sixth gear to really have a chance, and I do not see it.

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