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View Lyons550's Profile Lyons550 Flag Shirley 26 Nov 18 12.27pm Send a Private Message to Lyons550 Add Lyons550 as a friend

With the bout just around the corner whats peoples expectations of the fight and what it then means for the Heavyweight division?

For me, the more time that passes and the more weight I see drop off of Fury the closer I see this bout.

Sure when all weighed up Wilder should spark Fury out...but there's a niggling feeling that Fury will take Wilder to places he hasn't been inside a boxing ring and I can see it going 10 before Fury gets tired.

The only solace i can see for Fury is that he frustrates Wilder to the point he's exhausted at throwing wild bombs and leaves himself open to be out boxed.

Wilder in the 10th for me

 


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Previous to this I haven't seen Wilder grow tired over twelve rounds.....well on the one occasion it happened.

Points to Wilder due to Fury being too defence minded or Wilder knocks him out.....which is more probable.

But I'd like to be wrong....Fury is a pathological liar but Wilder is also an arsehole.....but at least Fury is from Manchester.

Edited by Stirlingsays (26 Nov 2018 12.31pm)

 


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Originally posted by Stirlingsays

Previous to this I haven't seen Wilder grow tired over twelve rounds.....well on the one occasion it happened.

Points to Wilder due to Fury being too defence minded or Wilder knocks him out.....which is more probable.

But I'd like to be wrong....Fury is a pathological liar but Wilder is also an arsehole.....but at least Fury is from Manchester.

Edited by Stirlingsays (26 Nov 2018 12.31pm)


Has Wilder had someone who will maul him and sap him close up like Fury though. i can see a messy grappling contest with bouts of combinations on the break. Fury simply wont allow Wilder the distance to tee off.

 


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Originally posted by Lyons550


Has Wilder had someone who will maul him and sap him close up like Fury though. i can see a messy grappling contest with bouts of combinations on the break. Fury simply wont allow Wilder the distance to tee off.


I'll be very surprised if Fury tries to tie him up.....I see him leaning back and controlling distance....a very boring jab and move display.

 


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In betting terms Fury is much more attractive at the prices. Were it not for 2 year lay off he'd be clear favourite for this. Can't say I rate Wilder at all.

 


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View orpingtoneagle's Profile orpingtoneagle Flag Orpington 26 Nov 18 4.08pm Send a Private Message to orpingtoneagle Add orpingtoneagle as a friend

Fury can fight but can infuriate.

But I still worry that his fragile mental health means boxing is not the game for him.

But the boxing fan in me would relish him staying well and winning this one. We have AJ (Not not that one - he was never a heavyweight!) and other great young British fighters coming through which could lead to some domestic mega fights.

 

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Wilder by 5th

 

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I’m looking forward to it, but wouldn’t be surprised if it was a terrible fight.
Can’t see Fury engaging , Dont think he has the power to trouble Wilder.
Also I think over 12 rounds , Wilder will land flush at least once , then it will be good night.
Fury will be 3 stone more and has half the punch power, that can’t have happened many times in heavyweight boxing.

 

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Despite Fury losing weight, I can't see how he has had enough ring time for a title fight against Wilder.

We all know how he had a little help getting in shape for Klitchko but he had not had a long lay off that time.

 

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Tom-the-eagle Flag Croydon 26 Nov 18 9.20pm

Interesting one this.

Can see any result except Fury by KO

Wouldn't surprise me is Wilder wins this in one or two rounds, likewise either of them winning on points also wouldn't surprise.

Will be interesting to see how DW deals with someone even taller than himself.

Tempted to put my hard earned on Fury points if the odds are generous enough.

Great to see top heavyweights facing each other.

 


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Tom-the-eagle Flag Croydon 26 Nov 18 9.24pm

Originally posted by Canterbury Palace

In betting terms Fury is much more attractive at the prices. Were it not for 2 year lay off he'd be clear favourite for this. Can't say I rate Wilder at all.

I don't think Fury would have been a clear favourite if not for the layoff. Not sure he would even of been favourite.

 


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Pussay Patrol Flag 27 Nov 18 5.48am

Originally posted by Tom-the-eagle

Interesting one this.

Can see any result except Fury by KO

Wouldn't surprise me is Wilder wins this in one or two rounds, likewise either of them winning on points also wouldn't surprise.

Will be interesting to see how DW deals with someone even taller than himself.

Tempted to put my hard earned on Fury points if the odds are generous enough.

Great to see top heavyweights facing each other.

The judges will favour Wilder so if it's close Fury won't get a decision

 


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