Wilder vs Fury II

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  1. white lightning

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    What a fight. Way to go Fury!
     
  2. Arerequired

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    Better not try to sell a rematch, Fury should unify.
     
  3. limitless

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    The corner did the right thing. Wilder was about to get seriously hurt.
     
  4. Kaptain

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    What a beating! What will the media do now?
     
  5. white lightning

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    I was so pissed when they took a point away from Fury. Wilder was throwing elbows and rabbit punches and the ref ignorred them. The ref was clearly trying to help Wilder. So
    glad Fury closed him out and knocked the crap out of him. It was a good stopage. They should have stopped the fight sooner. If Fury was getting his butt kicked the whole fight, how
    much do you want to be they would have stopped it 2 to 3 rounds earlier. Gotta hold whitey down. Well fu** that noise. Fury is the champ!
     
  6. NWsoccerfan

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    Fantastic news!! Wilder finally exposed and finished and even better that Fury the white warrior was the one to do it.
     
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    Congrats to Tyson Fury! A fantastic boxer and White warrior.
     
  9. The Hock

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    Sweeeeeet! Wilder has gone further and lasted longer than I ever thought he would but I knew Fury was the superior talent. It sounds like Fury just took him apart.

    We'll see if the media says anything about Wilder being "exposed," a term they are fond of using when a high profile white boxer loses big.

    ESPN did a piece of Wilder about how his right cross was among the best ever. They mentioned Joe Louis, Rocky Marciano, Mike Tyson "and the great heavyweights of the seventies and eighties." Totally left Vlad Klitscho out, who had as quick and powerful right hand as any heavy in history.

    Take that BSPN>
     
  10. Old Scratch

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    That beatdown, after that "I'm black ya'll" walkout, simply perfect.
     
  11. Charles Martel

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  12. Arerequired

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    He even threw the vaunted Jackie Robinson in there if my eyes don't deceive me.

    Don't get me started on that gaudy ridiculous costume. Black panther inspired I assume.

    I admire his heart and will, but it was a somewhat embarrassing night for Wilder. Out of his depth with a Fury that prepared and knew what needed to be done - in fact, one could say Fury beat not 1 but 5, the judges, the ref and Wilder.
     
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  13. DWF Upside

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    That was an absolute beating. The last 2 rounds I was hoping they would stop the fight as Wilder was bleeding out of every hole there is. Fury looked extremely powerful at times, unlike his previous 5 or so fights Ive watched.

    Also everything pre and post fight was crazy.
     
  14. white lightning

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    Wilder is a warrior. Tyson Never hid from anyone. Congrats to Fury in dominating a dangerous fighter. Kinda wondering where the other CFers were on this epic night!
     
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    Very, very one sided.
     
  17. Westside

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    Mark Brelend a former welterweight champ in Wilder's corner threw in the towel rightfully so. However, Jay Deas goes on record saying it was the wrong call. Come next big fight, one of these guys will be gone. I respect Breland's call to stop the fight. Why be ruined in one fight, when you can fight another day and for big money.
     
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    To answer you, they describe Wilder as an "American." In the eyes of the media, it's good whenever they can describe a negative as "American."
     
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    Another Great Black Hype fails. From what I have seen Fury was on the attack from the onset of the fight. Wilder was gassed and disoriented when they called the fight. Dominant performance by Fury.
     
  20. whiteathlete33

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    I did not expect such a good performance from Fury. Last time Fury seemed okay with just staying on the outside and winning rounds by throwing the occasional jab and dodging Wilder's bombs. This time he kept moving forward and Wilder had no clue how to fight moving backwards. Brilliant move. I think he beats AJ easy!
     
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    That was an amazing change of tactics from the first fight. Wilder never adjusted at all. He was clueless. Fury was able to constantly advance and still control the distance between them. Masterful.
     
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    Fury was in full on attack mode, it was a joy to watch!
     
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    ERcAHFrWoAAu_p-.png as gross is that is I find it funny lol. Total humiliation
     
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    Both Klitschko's had some of the highest knockout ratios but everyone said the division was dead even though Vitali was up on the scorecards against Lennox Lewis who everyone agrees was one of the better fighters. When Wilder started knocking out tomato cans all of a sudden the division has relevance. He's a powerful puncher with little skill and got popular after the "til this day" speech/meme that spread about racial stuff

    Too bad we never got to witness a prime Klitschko against Fury. Wlad didn't look 100 percent against his loss against Fury.
     

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