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So many big do$$ers on this thread who dksab. Fury is the best heavyweight on the planet right now, bar none. If you can beat everyone on points, why plant your feet to throw and risk getting countered?
Tyson Fury is honest, genuine and motivated to better himself. Love his style and his attitude recently and really looking forward to seeing his next bout - Unlike AJ who was found out as anticipated. Tyson, best of luck and keep on fighting (on all sides) brother!
To all the Fury haters, your hypocrisy is laughable. He said some stupid things when he was in a very dark place, and has since shown clear regret for the things he said, and now he is on the road to recovery he deserves a second chance. To write him of as many have shows the same intolerance and lack of understanding of mental health issues that you accuse him of with LGBT and Misogyny etc.
For #116 (Scots) & #118 (Matt) "your opinion" "not very popular"/ "how do you know" - try actually reading all comments, loads slate Fury. Me, well, I get to work in homes full of dementia patients (seen any?), & I've HAD full-blown depression, so I'm saying that his 'mental health issues' were self-inflicted, & nothing like as bad as many people have. 99.99% of people get 'down' at some point.
For #140 (no deal) & "has no weakness" - well, lack of a big punch is just that! Which presumably is why he swerved offers to meet AJ. Having had his big lay off, they took a calculated risk to meet Wilder (a puncher) but then Wilder (totally padded record) wouldn't have signed to meet a fit Fury (he's trying to wriggle out of this one). But in this dire era for heavies, Fury can do OK.
For #114 (Fred) "your response" - I said those things cos your #108 was confused! You agreed he "has certainly made enough sexist & homophobic comments to justify condemnation" - but I pointed out other views re his alleged poor mental health & drugs. Your "decent & thoughtful" can also be "says anything he feels like to i'views, inc wild contradictions". And he's meeting world #46 after #53.
For #95 & #119 (Durfains) "contradiction" - Yes, thx, if I want English lessons from anyone on here, I'll ask, & it's not happening. Certainly not from you, given that your #95 missed the 'a' after "authority of". I notice you can't actually answer the point that was made to correct you, re Fury's alleged mental health issues.
For #164 (U16 etc) & #167 (Jenk), well, you're part right, the old greats DID fight some lesser guys, but Fury just met the #7 in Germany (not even top 2 or 3 there?!) & Wallin is world #46, ranked under bozos like Arreola & Jennings, & just above (hurray) poor old Sam Peter. His record is padded with total no-hopers, & even Ali's (etc) lesser oppos were better than this.
For #161 (pokerandyes,likely) - as #170 (TheHop) has said, Lewis was born here, taken to Canada aged 12, he has dual citizenship, but came back here to start his pro career, first pro fight was at Royal Albert Hall. Your hero Fury will never be a 'legend', except perhaps in his & your minds. He's already served a major ban, & the quality of opposition just doesn't = legend, nor meeting nobodies.
I can’t wait for the Wilder rematch
169 🤣🤣🤣 matey matey matey you’ve just had a mare. McCall was wbc ranked number 1 therefore mandatory.
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