Joe Rogan Explains Tyson Fury's Fight-Winning Strategy

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  1. ReadWrite

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    “Tyson Fury [usually] fights on his toes with a lot of head movement. It makes it very difficult to figure out what he’s doing. He’s a very technical, really sophisticated boxer.


    “He said he figured out in the first fight — in the 12th round, he started backing Deontay up. Deontay can’t fight backing up. Deontay is a guy who pushes forward, and he’s got this ridiculous power.

    Everybody’s scared of his power, so everybody’s moving all the time. Fury realized in the 12th round after Deontay knocked him down, almost knocked him out, he got up and started chasing Deontay, and Deontay fought sloppy. He said he looked awkward.

    “[Fury] realized for this fight, he had to fight a different way. To shock Deontay, he had to come at Deontay full-blast, get in his face from the jump, and that’s exactly what he did.”

    --Joe Rogan Experience
     
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    Rogan should leave the boxeo discussion to the experts









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  3. KeepItRealist

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    Wow, what a generic take on the obvious.
     
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    Fury also obviously forced his size advantage on Wilder every chance he had. Making the likeliness of a huge killshot all the less likely in later rounds.

    Deontay's got extreme power, timing, length, and speed in a deadly mix but he's not much of a boxer. A rematch isn't going any different at all.
     
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    this is bullshit. everyone now knows fury's strategy was to secretly convince wilder to get some dumb black power rap song as a walk-out, knowing that he'd feel compelled to wear some stupid costume that gasses him out before the fight even starts. duh.
     
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    Lol.. How can u say that when the first fight was a draw? Can wilder improve/have a better night? Of course.. Smh
     
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    Doesn't this describe 99% of all post fight/game analysis?
     
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    What I think makes Fury special is his mindset. The guy just doesn’t give a crap and lives for the battle.

    Wilder nearly puts his lights out and instead of running he goes on the offensive.
     
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    Yep. It's a shame we can't all get paid like he does for it.
     
  11. KeepItRealist

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    It was a draw due to shit judging. Fury clearly won that fight.

    Julio Cesar Chavez vs Pernell Whitaker was judged a draw too, among countless others. No one tries to say Whitaker didn't win that fight.
     
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    He's pretty much just repeating Tyson himself said. Kind of pointless
     
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    Lol Rogan knows jack shit
    I love it when people have no idea what they’re looking at so they’ll say thing like “he’s very sophisticated, it’s very hard to see what he’s doing, these little things”

    The guy is an oaf, he is an inch taller than Lebron and moves like Andre the Giant after a couple drinks, Wilder is much much worse and couldn’t even walk after the 3rd round.
    Ugly fight between 2 guys that aren’t high on the skill list, sucks that HW boxing is still shit
     
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    Rogan is ufc, this belongs here
     
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    shut the fuck up, joe.



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    Joe Rogan is wrong, and here is why. Wilder lost because he exhausted himself wearing a 40lb costume before the fight. LOL
     
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    Exactly. If people can make threads about Feardor, a dude who admitted to ducking the UFC because Dana White was too aggressive in the negotiations, then others can make threads about Joe Rogan who is a pillar and cornerstone of the UFC.
     
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    Ir was a gift draw.

    Fury won 9 rounds that night and just slayghtered him.
     
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    He's probably right. Fury came forward the entire fight. Fury leaned on Wilder on all breaks tie ups. Wilder is a brawler type that counts on his power, not his technique.

    The first fight was a draw, it took Wilder 11.75 rounds to land his right which was followed by a left hook. After Fury got up, look at Wilders punches...he goes wild. no technique, just wildness.

    It's a fight, anyone can win, but Fury played it right and beat the shit out of Wilder in the rematch, and I would expect the same if they fight again.
     
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    Wow, that's going wayyy back to dig up that bad judging. Couldn't remember any more recent ones?
     
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