Wheres the Fury vs Wilder II hype?!!?!?!?!?!?

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  1. ConorFacts Banned Banned

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    This is the best fight ... its a must see fight for real boxing nerds and casuals!

    Fury is skilled as fuck, Wilder is 12 rounds full of action ... even against skilled guys (super super rare).

    Two big HWs and BOTH are in their prime ...

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  2. Yacob Bill Joe Sanders can kiss my wrinkly nutsack

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    Idk about both in their prime
     
  3. WklySportsMemes Red Belt

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  4. Hanz_Blitz BJJ all day Banned

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    care to elaborate
     
  5. Yacob Bill Joe Sanders can kiss my wrinkly nutsack

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    Fury is only a year and a half or so from coming back...either he was in his prime vs Wlad or he hasn't showed it yet
     
  6. DeJulez Banned Banned

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    Heard this week theres gonna be a @WklySportsMemes vs @aries face off to build up the fight
     
  7. MXZT Gold Belt Platinum Member

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    They just had a very boring press conference.
     
  8. gspieler Silver Belt

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    I agree, to an extent. This is the fight that decides the premier HW of this era in boxing. That said, HW is a shell of what it was 20-30 years ago.
     
  9. hiphopnazi Banned Banned

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    Agree. Fury looked much sharper leading to Wlad.

    Some will argue its a ready made excuse if he loses to Wilder. But going on a bender was his own fault, he could've faced Wilders years ago.
     
  10. iwannabeadored Green Belt

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    disagree he looked amazing vs wilder and Tom
     
  11. ZOD66 Brown Belt

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    We are just scared not wanting them to lose but it is what it is they are getting old it is not end of world Joshua have 1 too soooo. THERE IS ONLY OOOOOOOOONE TYSOOOOOOOON FUUURYYYYYYYY
    BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMB SQUUAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD
     
  12. Boxiana Brown Belt

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    12 seconds perhaps
     
  13. vladimirvlad MMA is my life

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    I doubt the two are in their primes, but they strike very hard. Both of them, especially Wilder!
     
  14. Congo66 Silver Belt

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    No he couldn't Wilder would NEVER have fought him right after the Wlad fight if that had been an option. He had to look terrible in two comeback fights for Wilder to take the fight and then he had to look terrible against Wallin to get the rematch.
     
  15. Congo66 Silver Belt

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    So you're ignoring the other fights where he looked terrible?
    And Tom Schwarz is the sort of fighter Dubois gets shit here for beating, he's just Ebenezer Tetteh or Kyotaro Fujimoto. Box-rec ratings aren't perfect but they have Tom Schwarz at 61st in the HW division below Nathan Gorman at 58.
     
  16. WklySportsMemes Red Belt

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    To be fair and objective aren't you doing the same thing by ignoring the 1st hand encounter where Fury looked great and proved to be Wilder's toughest fight and only non win.....

    True, Furry looked bad in those bouts but he didnt look worse than Whyte Joshua Ruiz or Ortiz in some of their most recent fights.
     
  17. benebox Black Belt

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    Yeah, I would have liked to have seen Fury fight a live opponent before the rematch to see where he is. After seeing Wilder lose every round against Ortiz, it's hard to gauge just how good Fury is by their first fight. I'm still pumped for this fight though!
     
  18. JayE Silver Belt

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    What? Fury was the one who prevented the immediate rematch.
     
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    Why would they do an immediate rematch?
     
  20. JayE Silver Belt

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    They both explicitly said they were pursuing a rematch until Fury just up and decided to walk away from negotiations (which went along with him signing with TR). Do you not remember this? Are you under the impression that this wasn't what essentially everyone wanted at the time? The fight is happening now, so it's whatever, but let's not complain that Wilder is only pushing for the rematch because Fury looked poor last time out.
     

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