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Thread: Tyson Fury v Wladimir Klitschko

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    Tyson Fury v Wladimir Klitschko

    July 9th,its on. Can Fury do it again? First fight was poor, certainly not good enough for me to subscribe to Box Nation but I still think its a must see.

    https://youtu.be/drvqm7FvDvQ

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    Doesn't leave Fury much time to shift his podge. I know fighters generally get a bit lax between fights but he takes it to the extreme!

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    I want him to win with him being British ,but I also want to see him out cold,that would be a good interview after wards


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    Kiltchko too old I'm afraid, Fury ran him ragged after he'd burst his bubble with the pre-fight nonsense.

    Fury will win again unless WK can get in shape mentally and knock him out within 5 rounds.

    The division needs someone new anyway.

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    I struggle to find the interest to engage.

    The sport, especially at the heavyweight division, is in danger of making WWE look serious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DB9yeti View Post
    Kiltchko too old I'm afraid, Fury ran him ragged after he'd burst his bubble with the pre-fight nonsense.

    Fury will win again unless WK can get in shape mentally and knock him out within 5 rounds.

    The division needs someone new anyway.
    But anybody but Fury - even forgiving his inarticulate and crude observations and the way he pronounces his words, his boxing is awful - Fury didn't win that fight so much as Klitschko lost it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DB9yeti View Post
    Kiltchko too old I'm afraid, Fury ran him ragged after he'd burst his bubble with the pre-fight nonsense.

    Fury will win again unless WK can get in shape mentally and knock him out within 5 rounds.

    The division needs someone new anyway.
    I don't recall anyone being ran ragged. Fury was crap but Klitchsko was dreadful. It was a terrible fight for the Heavyweight championship.

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    I think Fury will win again - he's got right inside Wlads head.

    Should he win sets up a nice bout vs Wilder should he have the appetite

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    Think Klitschko will do it this time, shoud've done it first time, he paid Fury way too much respect in relation to his size, i don't think he'll make that mistake twice.

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    I think (hope) Fury will lose this time. He can have a scrap but he is no boxer. Terrible defence and a slappy style going forward.
    The entire heavyweight division is in disarray at the minute. The only credible champion I can see is Joshua. Looking forward to see his progression.

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    Fury is imo a great brawler

    He's a great fun guy and foes lots of nice stuff on the quiet

    Hopehe wins


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    I just hope it's better than the appalling David Haye non-contest from last weekend.

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