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    Quote Originally Posted by Beanz View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by NoSavingByTheBell View Post
    On his way to sparking out The Rabbit by the eighth round and then decided to make it close and play Russian roulette to justify a rematch and then blew it by getting hit on tip of the nose (at the junction of the supratrochlear and supraorbital veins, and it receives small veins upwards to underneath the eyelids. Got hit on the tip of the nose. After that he was done. Bad luck but he deserved it by gambling stupidly. Ego-dystonic behavior is something he is in treatment for. Andrew golota had something like that, where when he had something going good and going his way, he would self-sabotage. Just like big Jay how he self-sabotaged ������ and became my breakfast FFS.
    The one problem with that delusional thinking is that Fury was never in control. Quite the opposite for large parts of the fight. Why do you find it so impossible to give credit to Usyk? Is it some weird anti political correctness thing because he is Ukrainian or something?
    I call him the rabbit the sausage the shithouse but I never thought about the fact of his Ukrainian anti-political correctness thing or whatever it is you described. I certainly give him credit for outpointing Tyson Fury even though I had it pretty much a draw. I certainly do give him credit for that. But what I wrote is the way I think it happened

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    Fury's binge drinking training regime might have already lost him the rematch. What happens 1st? Fury retires again or pulls out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Zhelezo View Post
    Fury's binge drinking training regime might have already lost him the rematch. What happens 1st? Fury retires again or pulls out?
    Fury is just letting his hair down, relaxing and recharging his batteries after a hard fight against Usyk. He needs to get the urge of drinking out of his system and doing it in a big way. A bit like Ricky Hatton.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Zhelezo View Post
    Fury's binge drinking training regime might have already lost him the rematch. What happens 1st? Fury retires again or pulls out?
    Fury is just letting his hair down, relaxing and recharging his batteries after a hard fight against Usyk. He needs to get the urge of drinking out of his system and doing it in a big way. A bit like Ricky Hatton.
    If Tyson butchers his ribs again and cracks or splinters that mandible of Usyk again, it'll go how it HAD BEEN GOING and he'll avenge

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    Tyson Fury says he is "back in the gym" preparing for his rematch with undisputed heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk on 21 December in Saudi Arabia.

    The English fighter suffered the first defeat of his pro career last month, losing a split decision to Ukraine's Usyk.

    Fury, 35, says he is "relishing" the opportunity to seek revenge and posted a video of him training on a heavy bag on his Instagram.

    "I’ve done everything in boxing but I ain’t come back from a loss," Fury said.

    "I relish it, the chance to come back and redeem myself. December 21st is all me, undisputed here we come."

    The rematch is still six months away but Fury says he is "counting down the days" until he can get "redemption".

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/articles/c988djvxjwzo
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    tyson says a lot of things, most of it is bullshit
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoSavingByTheBell View Post
    On his way to sparking out The Rabbit by the eighth round and then decided to make it close and play Russian roulette to justify a rematch and then blew it by getting hit on tip of the nose (at the junction of the supratrochlear and supraorbital veins, and it receives small veins upwards to underneath the eyelids. Got hit on the tip of the nose. After that he was done. Bad luck but he deserved it by gambling stupidly. Ego-dystonic behavior is something he is in treatment for. Andrew golota had something like that, where when he had something going good and going his way, he would self-sabotage. Just like big Jay how he self-sabotaged 🤣 and became my breakfast FFS.
    Steve's still living in denial 😂

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    Fury disputed the result in the immediate aftermath and maintains the belief that he did enough to get his arm raised.

    "I've watched the fight back lots and still got the same answer - I thought I won," Fury said on his YouTube channel, external.

    "Usyk knows he didn't beat me. It was actually a lot easier than I thought it'd be.

    "My problem was I probably had too much fun. It was too easy. It was like I was in there with a local amateur boxer.

    "I was enjoying it too much, messing around and paid the ultimate price in round nine."

    A rematch between former WBC champion Fury, 35, and Usyk has been scheduled for 21 December and the Englishman says he is already "back in the gym" preparing.

    "I've got to get him out of there because I'm not gonna get a decision," Fury said.

    "It's unfortunate because it's hard enough to win a fight just by winning it, never mind knowing you've got to knock someone out.

    "I'm confident and looking forward to the challenge. I hear he's got a broken jaw and a broken eye socket, so get yourself well and I'll see you in December."

    There are doubts over whether the undisputed title will be on the line again, with sanctioning body the IBF considering stripping Usyk of the belt as he will not be making a mandatory defence next.

    Usyk has requested an "exception" to keep hold of the belt for the rematch.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/boxing/a...s/cj77vvzj3vlo
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    I quite liked Fury back in the day. He was funny and entertaining, he was a very skilled fighter with a great chin and a good engine.

    Since then he has failed a drug test, gone off the rails outside the ring, cherry picked nobodies while trolling every contender going, fought a guy in his first professional boxing match, and not really delivered in the ring.

    He hasn’t done much for the sport, for how he will be remembered, never mind his ridiculous claims that he is the best heavyweight of all time.

    I thought he turned up in the best shape he could possibly be against Usyk, probably shaded the first half of the fight …. But then gassed out, got worked out and was very lucky indeed to survive the distance.

    Not the performance of someone who thinks he would have beaten Joe Louis and Ali on the same night
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    yeah wish he could admit Usyk probably nicked it - albeit on the back of end of round 9.

    It's an intriguing rematch and gives him another target in life.

    He is the comeback king. One more time.

    Hopefully he'll be more humble in the build up and go back to being the Fury of two years ago we all warmed to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by X View Post
    I quite liked Fury back in the day. He was funny and entertaining, he was a very skilled fighter with a great chin and a good engine.

    Since then he has failed a drug test, gone off the rails outside the ring, cherry picked nobodies while trolling every contender going, fought a guy in his first professional boxing match, and not really delivered in the ring.

    He hasn’t done much for the sport, for how he will be remembered, never mind his ridiculous claims that he is the best heavyweight of all time.

    I thought he turned up in the best shape he could possibly be against Usyk, probably shaded the first half of the fight …. But then gassed out, got worked out and was very lucky indeed to survive the distance.

    Not the performance of someone who thinks he would have beaten Joe Louis and Ali on the same night


    This is one of the better descriptions of Fury and his career I've read in a while, and it's refreshing to read how one can like a fighter at first... then fall off the "fan wagon" as situations develop and unfold.

    I share some of those same opinions, except I've done a couple of flip-flops... LOL.

    I detested his fight against Wlad, and blamed mostly Fury for that disaster of a fight. It was AJ vs Wlad that made me follow the heavies again. Then in comes Fury to end the Joshua-Wilder soap opera... and I was grateful. Fury-Wilder 1 was an exciting fight.

    But yeah... since then it's been everything X just described.

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    Usyk drops the IBF belt and Dubois slips right in as full time champ. This puts some meat on the bone of Dubois v Joshua in Sept. Also does not take away from Usyk v Fury rematch. Was pretty predictable with the prepositioning but something we've come to expect when we see full undisputed. Well for some guys at least.

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    Expect the next undisputed fight around 2049
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark TKO View Post
    Expect the next undisputed fight around 2049
    I had come up with 2038 but you're probably right

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