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    Default Prime for Prime....two of the biggest heavyweights of modern times....

    Tye Fields vs. Tyson Fury


    Who wins this one?


    I'm leaning towards Fury as he's largely unproven, but does hold a win over Chisora and one over Cunningham as well.


    Think both these guys are about the same skill level as far as throwing punches is concerned.
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    Default Re: Prime for Prime....two of the biggest heavyweights of modern times....

    Fury would flatten fields in 2-3 rounds

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    What type of retarded question is this? I'm one of the biggest haters of Fury but come on. Type Fields is a bum. Fury wins early

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    Default Re: Prime for Prime....two of the biggest heavyweights of modern times....

    Fields is a big stiff idiot !!!

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    Default Re: Prime for Prime....two of the biggest heavyweights of modern times....

    lol


    Fury sucks, but not as bad as Fields. Still, I think it'd be funny if these two woulda went at it. Like a couple of giraffes fighting with their necks.
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    On a totally seperate note I had to literally count out loud when realizing Slingblade Fields ko'd a Firtha 4 yrs before Wilder, and cleaner

    Think it ends in a double DQ on blinding pigmentation and slow motion WWF like hip tosses

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    On a totally seperate note I had to literally count out loud when realizing Slingblade Fields ko'd a Firtha 4 yrs before Wilder, and cleaner

    Think it ends in a double DQ on blinding pigmentation and slow motion WWF like hip tosses
    I just watched that KO as well off the Grant link. Mongoloid Fields could punch occasionally.

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    Default Re: Prime for Prime....two of the biggest heavyweights of modern times....

    Hulk what did you have for christmas? you normally start good threads.
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    Default Re: Prime for Prime....two of the biggest heavyweights of modern times....

    Whenever people get on with the nonsense about the Klitschko's only being good because they're tall, all you have to do is bring up the name TYE FIELDS.

    6'9'', nearly 300lbs of PURE GARBAGE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Hulk what did you have for christmas? you normally start good threads.
    Meant this as a fun thread for Christmas as I was bored with the usual seriousness of the forum.

    I drank Christmas Eve, not Christmas my good man.

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    Default Re: Prime for Prime....two of the biggest heavyweights of modern times....

    Quote Originally Posted by Hulk View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    On a totally seperate note I had to literally count out loud when realizing Slingblade Fields ko'd a Firtha 4 yrs before Wilder, and cleaner

    Think it ends in a double DQ on blinding pigmentation and slow motion WWF like hip tosses
    I just watched that KO as well off the Grant link. Mongoloid Fields could punch occasionally.
    Not to overthink a Tye but he struck me as knowing his limitations. Arum basically tried to make him into the bizarro world opposite of a Butterbean He stayed within himself up until it blew up in his big toothy face, similar to one of those contest they do during a baseball game...spin in circles around a bat and then try to run to first base, all dizzy and sprawling all over

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Hulk View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    On a totally seperate note I had to literally count out loud when realizing Slingblade Fields ko'd a Firtha 4 yrs before Wilder, and cleaner

    Think it ends in a double DQ on blinding pigmentation and slow motion WWF like hip tosses
    I just watched that KO as well off the Grant link. Mongoloid Fields could punch occasionally.
    Not to overthink a Tye but he struck me as knowing his limitations. Arum basically tried to make him into the bizarro world opposite of a Butterbean He stayed within himself up until it blew up in his big toothy face, similar to one of those contest they do during a baseball game...spin in circles around a bat and then try to run to first base, all dizzy and sprawling all over

    Yes he was a happy, jovial, goofy fucker that is for sure. Seemed to know his limitiations for the most part.


    It was extremely satisfying seeing Monte Barrett KO him in a round.


    I figure a younger Barrett would have KO'd Fury as well, not in a round of course.
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    Default Re: Prime for Prime....two of the biggest heavyweights of modern times....

    Fury is a big oaf but he'd still beat up on Tye Fields. I think Valuev would have beaten Fury like a drum.
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