Who did you have winning Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder and how did you score it? It ended in a draw.

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Who do you think won the fight?

  1. Tyson Fury

    88.1%
  2. Deontay Wilder

    5.7%
  3. Draw

    6.1%
  1. It's-Only-Business

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    Circular logic. Mayweddar is a boxing genius, so he knew Wilder's deficiencies, and Tyson's boxing ability (highly under-rated; especially his defense) so he put the smart money on Fury
     
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  2. It's-Only-Business

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    highly under-rated post. *(and worthy of an end of the thread). This sums it up, perfectly.
     
  3. It's-Only-Business

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    There is an argument that you can't take a Champion's belt , to beat a champion , you have to beat him.... and I still think Fury won , even under that criteria!
     
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    Nice reference. I'm gonna go listen to some Lady Gaga now.
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    Every judge that scored the fights are opinion based on judging criteria. If 90% of people saw what they saw and a judges score is an essential opinion. Why are you even arguing?
     
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    Honestly at this point they should do a damned phone in and tally the results of the public. 99/100 they are right.
     
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  7. The Witcher

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    Strange logic as mayweather would have lost every decision, ever
     
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  8. in the liver

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    look at that smug shit "bwah haw haw one is engaged in pugilistic intercourse with a filly of decidedly bounteous secondary feminine upholsterings, what bawdy delights my media avocations afford"
     
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    I'm not mad at the draw.
    I'm mad at Alejandro Rochin who had it for Wilder 115-111.
    Rounds 3 and 8 were 100% Fury. Rochin gave them to Wilder.
    That is seriously shady.
     
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  10. Marc A

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    The part claiming robbery
     
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  11. Roids

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    Thats the impression I always had of that smug prick. What I find funny is that people like him know that 90% of fans and pro boxers disagree with their opinion yet are still convinced they are right. If you had wilder winning that fight especially by that score line, you are literally confessing you know nothing about boxing or are delusionaly biased.
     
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  12. 315MMAFighter

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    Tyson absolutely won that fight
     
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  13. Mga223

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    I had a guy argue with me that Pacman beat Floyd
     
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    I think in most cases they are attributing it to the one judges score card who had it 115-111 and they are using the word "robbery" as a vague descriptor of the incident.

    In Laymans terms I honestly feel kinda the same. No it is not a traditional robbery, ie the other guy getting the nod. But it feels like it.
     
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    Interesting. I don't care and I haven't seen it. I just figured Wilder isn't much of a boxer (my personal opinion) and might get boxed up going in to this one. I'm just glad it sounds like we at least had a competitive HW bout.
    Was your card the same as Rochin, so you had 3 and 8 going to Wilder or you don't remember? Again, I haven't seen anything yet, don't care and you already gave your score, I'll have to see what I come up with next week. I'm sometimes off the majority and watch again and still think my score is correct, so...
    It is subjective and that's how you get those scores. Now the 118-110 or whatever for Canelo in the first bout from Byrd was legit criminal, but many times it's the different angles/sides of the ring that can mean the difference in a couple or even a few rounds between judges. But many casuals don't allow for---or even know about that, for that matter.
     
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  16. Roids

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    Wilder did get boxed up..
     
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    Not sure if serious, but in boxing a round with a KD is 10-8, basically. You can't not count it as a KD or not score it 10-8. Wilder would have had to been close to stopped (ref leaning in watching) once before and once after the KD to get back to 10-9, something along those lines. Anyway,...

    Speaking of, what about that Adonis fight where the clear, clean KD was not called a KD? That was crazy and would have been really crazy if it had any bearing on the scorecards.
     
  18. VenomCarnage

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    Simple enough to figure this out.

    12 round fight.

    2 rounds were 10-8 for Wilder, so you have Wilder up by 4 points.

    So to win the fight from there Wilder needs to win 4 rounds. People for the most part all agree that he won Round 2 so that is him on 5 points, Fury has 9 rounds left to win and therefore 9 points are still on the table. I personally fail to agree that Wilder didn't win a few other close rounds. People are selling this idea that Fury won almost every other round other than the two 10-8's, you clearly haven't watched much Boxing.

    It's a matter of taste unfortunately. Forward pressure, power shots, keeping the pace etc. some people like that pressure style over a circling style where Tyson throws jabs.

    Tyson won more rounds, I'm not denying that, he won a lot of the middle rounds. Unfortunately I cannot see how you don't score some of the first 5 rounds for Wilder. Scoring the first time around I had Wilder 4-1 up after 5 rounds. I had it 4-4 through 8 rounds. Round 9 was a 10-8 so I had Wilder 6-4 and then I gave Fury rounds 10 and 11 which had it tied up at 6-6. Wilder wins the last round 10-8 so he wins it by 2 points. 116-114 Wilder.

    Wilder won in my opinion.
     
  19. NoBiasJustMMA

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    You don't understand boxing scoring. Wilder would have to win 6 rounds to win and he didn't even win 4.

    If Wilder won 6 rounds the score would be 114-112 for Wilder. I had Wilder winning rounds 2, 9, and 12 so I scored it 115-111 for Fury, if I were being generous I could give him round 7 and he would still have lost 114-112 to Wilder.

    Learn how to score boxing matches.
     
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  20. Jimmy McGill

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    Because it's called boxing not knockdown <Y2JSmirk>
     

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