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22 hours ago, RonnieTodger said:

Chisora with more pantomime shite.

Loses the coin toss but says he won't fight unless he can walk in second.

 

Then changes his mind because him Mum told him to lol

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Seen a few people getting upset about the Chisora v Parker result last night. Have to say i thought the scorecards were dodgy but the right result was reached. Thought Parker was the better boxer overall

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On 26/04/2021 at 15:05, Greg2607 said:

I WILL just about agree with you on that..... but honestly...... Has Fury ever really been tested at the absolute highest level??  Don't get me wrong, I love tyson fury, I think he is articulate, I think he is a fantastic boxer who can adopt multiple styles..... last few fights though....  Wilder (granted, massive puncher, but rubbish boxer)  Otto Wallin, Tom Schwarz, Wilder again, Pianeta, Seferi, Klitschko, Christian Hamer, Derick Chisora and Joey Abell.....

 

Arguably, only 2 of those are worthy of note. Wilder and Klitschko.  

 

AJ's last 10 fights.....Pulev, Andy Ruiz (x2 obviously) Povetkin, Parker, Takam, Klitschko, Molina, Breazeale, Charles Martin, Dillian Whyte...

 

Feels like there is much more pedigree and world class level boxers in AJ's history than Furys....

 

I think this is a genuinely 50-50 fight.  I don't think he bullies AJ the way he bullied Wilder last fight, as AJ is better on his feet. he has more ways to tag fury if he is too aggresive. Fury might box on the outside, but i'm not sure his ego lets him....

 

 


Hmmm.

 

I would say Wilder is probably the best win either have with Wlad being the only one you can make any kind of argument for. Which fury did with far less drama than AJ faced against an opponent who was 2 years older.

 

Seferi and Pianeta were fights he took to get back into it. Fury has also convincingly twice beaten Del Boy up, one in of which is in his last 10, not sure why we are discounting Otto Wallin and then bringing up the likes of Breazeale and Molina as strength of record given Wallin beat Breazeale and Breazeale beat Molina. Not really sure what Takam or Martin have done to be classes as particularly brilliant opponents either. Pulev and Povetkin were both well past it.

 

Considerably less difference in the two records than people think for me. 

 

 

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22 hours ago, foxfanazer said:

Seen a few people getting upset about the Chisora v Parker result last night. Have to say i thought the scorecards were dodgy but the right result was reached. Thought Parker was the better boxer overall


it was close but 115-113 Parker was right for me.

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6 minutes ago, Manwell Pablo said:


it was close but 115-113 Parker was right for me.

Yeah definitely. Don't understand the outrage from some about the result. Although Parker didn't look confident he'd won. Guess that was more a case of the fight being in England 

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28 minutes ago, foxfanazer said:

Yeah definitely. Don't understand the outrage from some about the result. Although Parker didn't look confident he'd won. Guess that was more a case of the fight being in England 


Bound to have your doubts if you’re fighting back from a 1st round KD

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2 hours ago, The Horse's Mouth said:

I love delboy and all that but **** me he needs to just give it up now.


You say that, it was a close fight.

 

If he can get the rematch on the AJ Joshua undercard might be worth one last payday.

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11 hours ago, Manwell Pablo said:


You say that, it was a close fight.

 

If he can get the rematch on the AJ Joshua undercard might be worth one last payday.

Yeah but how many times can he lose now though he's lost about 10 fights, I think the Whyte fight was the best way to end it imo

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13 hours ago, The Horse's Mouth said:

Yeah but how many times can he lose now though he's lost about 10 fights, I think the Whyte fight was the best way to end it imo


His bank balance after two subsequent PPV head line events would disagree.

 

We all know Del is done, In fact Del was never particularly great to begin with, his career now is about financial stability for the rest of his life. Hence why he talked a rematch up straight away.

 

 

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11 hours ago, Manwell Pablo said:


His bank balance after two subsequent PPV head line events would disagree.

 

We all know Del is done, In fact Del was never particularly great to begin with, his career now is about financial stability for the rest of his life. Hence why he talked a rematch up straight away.

 

 

How skint can he possibly be though he's had some big name fights 

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