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Discussion in 'Sports Arena' started by currantloaf, 18 Jul 2014.

  1. Nickl245

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    great fight, can't believe fury got up in the 4th and went on to dominate like that.
     
  2. Craterloads

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    He’s got a great engine fury, probably his biggest asset. These muscular heavyweights just can’t keep up.
     
  3. robfosters

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    Oh no he’s singing again
     
  4. Nickl245

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    :cry:
     
  5. Kill_Phil

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    Gotta love him, one thing you can't criticise fury about is being a great entertainer
     
  6. Craterloads

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    Oh no missed the post fight, this Russian channel switched over to military dogs.

    did wilder do a post fight interview?

    whqt did fury say?
     
  7. Stumble Bum

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    Fury talked all about Jesus and then started singing :p
     
  8. TurtleTwo

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  9. Malt_Vinegar

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    Wilder no interview, Fury usual self afterwards, singing, and saying that Wilder refused to offer any respect post fight
     
  10. Participant

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    What a great fight that was, and I mean great as in one of the most entertaining boxing matches I can remember.

    Lennox Lewis's commentary skills however...
     
  11. Reuben klang

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    Brilliant all round.

    Fury easily beats AJ for me, doubt that goes ahead now.
     
  12. PermaChanged

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    Are we expecting excuses and conspiracy theories from Wilder in the coming weeks, or will he handle this one better?

    Where does Wilder go from here?
     
  13. robfosters

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    To the hospital
     
  14. Nickl245

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    Amazing how good boxing can be when they don't rig the fights!
     
  15. Ayahuasca

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    Hopefully retirement, man has done what he set out to do for his daughter. The only thing he’s trying to buy now is brain damage if he continues.
     
  16. Craterloads

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    Wilder, would love to see him fight the other big three. He lost to the best man in the division twice no shame in that especially after tonight’s effort.
     
  17. ANDREW GREEN

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    Wilder should of taken the AJ fight for the 'undisputed'. I reckon he has the speed and heart to take AJ. AJ is not as tough
     
  18. Participant

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    I don't get the cardio situation here. Wilder looks lean and gasses out, whereas Fury looks like a bouncy castle and keeps going forever.
     
  19. Vita

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    Excellent fight.
     
  20. ANDREW GREEN

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    Wilder probably is too arrogant to do his road work according to his ex trainer. He also very likely has a high percentage of fast twitch muscle fibre that fades fast.