Discussion in 'Boxing Discussion' started by BloodyPoptart, Dec 6, 2018 at 8:39 AM.
And AJ's response is better.
Fury got R O B B E D
Did you have a bowl of glue for breakfast today OP?
The fight could have been a draw when acc
Robbery is too strong of a word. I felt that Fury had won, but upon closer scrutiny, I feel a draw could be warranted (I said could be, not that I agree with it).
Reason being that many of those rounds were pretty close, and a few of them could have gone either way. Fury moved a lot and showed great defense and ring generalship, but he really didn’t land many clean punches. In fact, neither guy did. And most of the rounds were pretty uneventful, with neither guy really doing anything dramatic or big (outside of the knockdowns of course).
Wilder did press the action for most of the fight though, and he had those two 10-8 rounds, so it’s not inconceivable to me that Wilder did enough to earn a draw, especially when considering how close many of the rounds were to score. Yes, I feel that Fury won more rounds, and I believe he did enough to win the fight — but not by a lot when factoring in the knockdowns and the closeness of some of those rounds. Fury was busier and showed great movement and defense, but Wilder was the aggressor and had those two big rounds.
Spoiler: UNDISPUTED AND UNDEFEATED
Feel better now, Jay Deas...
Try teaching your fighter how to box.
Couldn't have said it better. I'm so glad for the sport
Robbed of his consciousness for about 3-4 seconds, yes.
Enough of this robbed nonsense seriously. Draw was the only acceptable result after they let Fury rise from the dead
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