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  • Wilder by KO - Rounds 1 - 6

    4 14.81%
  • Wilder by KO - Rounds 7 - 12

    11 40.74%
  • Wilder by UD

    0 0%
  • Wilder by SD

    0 0%
  • Fury by KO - Rounds 1 - 6

    0 0%
  • Fury by KO - Rounds 7 - 12

    2 7.41%
  • Fury by UD

    5 18.52%
  • Fury by SD

    3 11.11%
  • Draw

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Thread: Wilder vs Fury: Who wins and how?

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    Default Wilder vs Fury: Who wins and how?

    Coming right up, @Alpha Surprised it hadn't been put up already.

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    Default Re: Wilder vs Fury: Who wins and how?

    I think Fury starts well as Wilder sizes him up. Then when he is ready he is going to turn it up and test that chin. I think Fury gets knocked out as his only big win was a very old Wlad and his legs seem awkward since coming back. It's something I saw in Hatton too in that last fight. His feet were wrong and it was a man too used to being much heavier. This is Fury stepping up to that level and I think he will get stopped too. Decent start but will quickly unravel when he sees Wilder is a proper athlete and hits hard.
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    Default Re: Wilder vs Fury: Who wins and how?

    I'll leave my vote until a little closer to fight time, but I will say that Wilder wins.

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    Default Re: Wilder vs Fury: Who wins and how?

    I would not mind Fury winning but think it is too soon for the lummox to take on Wilder after being out of the game so long.

    The smart money would be on Wilder late after Fury gasses out.

    Fury is desperately trying the mind games but they will not work.
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    Default Re: Wilder vs Fury: Who wins and how?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gandalf View Post
    I think Fury starts well as Wilder sizes him up. Then when he is ready he is going to turn it up and test that chin. I think Fury gets knocked out as his only big win was a very old Wlad and his legs seem awkward since coming back. It's something I saw in Hatton too in that last fight. His feet were wrong and it was a man too used to being much heavier. This is Fury stepping up to that level and I think he will get stopped too. Decent start but will quickly unravel when he sees Wilder is a proper athlete and hits hard.
    I see your point, it's worrying and I do think it's a little early for fury to take the fight but fuck it I'm sticking with Fury.

    Regarding Wlad's age, do you give credit to Joshua for beating him? because he beat an even older, more inactive version of Wlad and was almost put to sleep. So if we are going by big wins then Fury is a better fighter than Wilder and AJ.
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    Default Re: Wilder vs Fury: Who wins and how?

    It will be an amazing thing if Wilder hits Fury cleanly enough to finish him. But Fury has been down on the floor before against Steve Cunningham.... So he can be clipped, even though he came back to win by KO- Not an exciting KO, but a good enough KO.

    Maybe Fury has not gotten back into fight shape at that level yet. To be honest, since he beat Wlad- which may have been a good night for him and the best night of his life- he has not fought or beaten anyone worth a pinch.

    Maybe Fury has bluffed his way into making a good pay day? lololol....
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    Default Re: Wilder vs Fury: Who wins and how?

    Let's be honest here to, making it to the end of the fight with Wlad ain't the hardest thing in the world to do. The punch output for that Wlad v Fury fight was not a barn-burning affair. Ya know? Not even close to a Tua v Ibeabuchi level. lolol....

    Fury just out-paced Wlad with a bit of youth and stood out of his way- and did not get hugged to death like Jennings or Povetkin.
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    Default Re: Wilder vs Fury: Who wins and how?

    I'll also leave it to nearer fight time.

    If in shape Tyson can do it I have no doubt - but not sure he will be in world title fight shape (or can be again). I was hoping this kind of fight wast at least a year away for him.

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    Default Re: Wilder vs Fury: Who wins and how?

    Tyson Fury: TOO BIG TO FAIL

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    Default Re: Wilder vs Fury: Who wins and how?

    Quote Originally Posted by ykdadamaja View Post
    Let's be honest here to, making it to the end of the fight with Wlad ain't the hardest thing in the world to do. The punch output for that Wlad v Fury fight was not a barn-burning affair. Ya know? Not even close to a Tua v Ibeabuchi level. lolol....

    Fury just out-paced Wlad with a bit of youth and stood out of his way- and did not get hugged to death like Jennings or Povetkin.
    Outpacing? Lmao that isn't how Fury won that fight at all

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    Default Re: Wilder vs Fury: Who wins and how?

    Quote Originally Posted by Slim the BoxingManiac View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by ykdadamaja View Post
    Let's be honest here to, making it to the end of the fight with Wlad ain't the hardest thing in the world to do. The punch output for that Wlad v Fury fight was not a barn-burning affair. Ya know? Not even close to a Tua v Ibeabuchi level. lolol....

    Fury just out-paced Wlad with a bit of youth and stood out of his way- and did not get hugged to death like Jennings or Povetkin.
    Outpacing? Lmao that isn't how Fury won that fight at all
    I think they tied to yawn each other into submission it was a horrid fight

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    Default Re: Wilder vs Fury: Who wins and how?

    Fury goes down in the 1st round for an 8 count.

    White knuckle moment.

    Survives.

    Boxes, makes adjustments, jabs well.

    Wins rounds 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6 with head movement, jabs, lots of stiff jabs, Wilder getting more desperate by the round.

    Wilder goes for broke in the 7th, hurts Fury with a straight right, Fury fights back, catches Wilder with an upperfuckingcut sweet as pie, pumpkin pie, LIGHTS OUT.

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    Default Re: Wilder vs Fury: Who wins and how?

    Seriously @brocktonblockbust ?

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    Default Re: Wilder vs Fury: Who wins and how?

    Tito I'm on my smartphone and I can't see it like when I am on my laptop

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    Default Re: Wilder vs Fury: Who wins and how?

    I’m replying from my smart phone also, but will follow up with a vote on my laptop when able. This is a very difficult fight for me to pick for a number of reasons. Fury is very awkward and it will be interesting to see how Wilder’s punch affects a taller man (he may lose power by losing leverage punching down). I was very surprised to see Fury beat Wlad, and while it wasn’t the prettiest or exciting fight I’ve ever seen, it makes me think that Fury can rise to the level of his competition, and much like Bhop was, he is able to tune out the boos to focus solely on getting the win.

    All of that being said, I’m picking Wilder because I just think that he fights with passion and excitement that is rarely seen at the upper levels. He is fresh to the sport and fights that way, which is unpredictable and difficult to counter/defend against. He has legitimate one punch power, and is extremely athletic.

    The biggest question mark, and the one that ultimately decides my pick, so what Tyson has left after his lay off and mental/drug problems. He may be one of those fighters that thrives in chaos and self destructive behavior, or he may find that his legs are not what they once were. Difficult to tell, and I think this is about as 50/50 of a fight as we can hope for, but I have lean ever so slightly towards Wilder (but won’t be upset or surprised if Fury wins also).

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