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EPIC: Wilder(WBC belt) vs Fury(Lineal belt) 1. Condensed replay(about 20 minutes). No spoilers in the first post, in case you're not familiar. Also, back story videos on 2 good men before tonight's highly anticipated heavyweight title rematch.

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If you like boxing at all, you're very likely to enjoy this, especially if you're not familiar with the results.  There's one round in particular that was one of the greatest heavyweight rounds in decades, or ever.   The 2 videos I'll post afterward show some backstory but also don't have any spoilers about the outcome of this, if you dont follow boxing and want to learn about the men before deciding whom to root for(for this and/or tonight's rematch).

The title says highlights, but it's more similar to watching one of those "condensed" NFL games.  I'll post the full fight too, if anyone prefers that.

EDIT: after HipKat's post that oddly claimed this was taken down by youtube(the video was posted by one of the networks that broadcast the fight, so it won't be taken down), I am going to additionally post the link as plain text, in case it happens to anyone else, you can definitely see this on youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LamGWNy4kg

 

 

 

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This is pretty short, and Deontay walks about what motivates him, and some of you will be impressed by the school he sends his kids to.  Wilder is quite a likeable guy, and easy to root for.

 

 


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This one's a bit longer than the last video(about 15 minutes), but still much shorter than many of the videos on Tyson's story.   It's VERY unusual(after the FIRST sentence you''ll agree), even though it only briefly touches on what happened to him after he beat Klitschko for the unified/lineal title.  

Like I said about Wilder, Fury is a likeable guy and pretty easy to root for, but maybe not until after knowing a bit of his story.  He's possibly the greatest "showman" since Ali, which some folks may love, while it may be off putting to some.  

After this post, feel free to talk results of the first  fight.  

 

 


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1st one got taken down by YT


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9 minutes ago, HipKat said:

1st one got taken down by YT

I'm not sure why it is not working for you, i tested all 4 videos after reading your post, and all 4 work....and none of them even force me to go to youtube to watch them like sometimes happens on here.

After thinking about it, what I will do is go back to the OP and addtionally post the link as plain text, in case anyone else has that happen.

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Fans of boxing, sport, amazing comeback stories and defying the odds....the hour draws nigh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  :beer:


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I figured I'd share this with folks before my review, in case anyone who doesn't know the outcome wants to watch the full fight, and/or if others who saw it would like to see it again.  It's not from an official network account, so who knows how long it will stay up.  Between rounds there is a 30 second blank spot that you may wish to skip through.   Enjoy!

 

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I agreed with the majority of fans and the announcers that the first fight was decided incorrectly, which is part of why I correctly predicted the victor of tonight's fight(though I admittedly had no idea Fury was going to change styles that drastically compared to the first fight).  Bettors were going HEAVY on Wilder, from what I had read.  I think he was an underdog just a couple of weeks ago.

Orginally I thought Wilder and his camp might be correct that switching trainers 5 weeks before the match, and moving on from a friend who took you to the highest level in Ben Davison(after being there for you when you were at your lowest and looking to just get back in shape, not even for fighting) may have hurt Fury. Apparently they were incorrect. Fury said he realized the one way he could be certain he wouldn't be shorted by the judges again was to knock WIlder out. His new trainer, Sugar Hill, seems to have taught him a new style rather quickly.

I was happy that Deontay seemed to be talking well after the fight, and that the ear bleed said to be a cut and not the ruptured ear drum the announcers said. He has 30 days to decide if he wants to invoke the rematch clause right away, at a 40-60 split.

While adding the WBC belt to Ring Magazine's Belt and the lineal belt he never lost, Tyson Fury said he was happy to get the one belt that had always eluded him. When asked about Joshua and his belts, Fury said he's already been the unified title belt holder, and the "alphabet" titles don't mean anything to him anymore. In the build up to this fight, he said he might have 3 fights left in him at most. Those would be this fight, the rematch, and a MMA fight. Might he change his mind? Sure, but this is one guy who is cut from a different cloth, and whom I wouldn't be quick to dismiss as just increasing his price the way one could more easily do with other fighters.

Some here are likely familiar, the lineal belt holder is known as "the man who beat the mean". After beating Klitschko and winning the lineal belt, Fury never lost it unlike his other belts when he was retired for awhile.  As noted in the 15 minute video above; Besides being born very underweight, he's also battled suicidal depression and anxiety for a long time, and after becoming the champ alchohol and other drugs were another battle he faced. This caused Fury to retire, gain a massive amount of weight, and care very little for his life. I'm glad he beat his demons and completed one of the most epic comebacks in the history of sports, while saying he fought for those who battled anxiety and depression, to give them a voice.  The world benefits from champions like this.  

 

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In the shoutbox, it looks possibly apparent that someone is bitter because a....British fellow won.  


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Wilder got robbed in the 1st fight. 

I expected the 2nd fight to go the same way.

Fury really impressed me.

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18 minutes ago, bcw said:

Wilder got robbed in the 1st fight. 

I expected the 2nd fight to go the same way.

Fury really impressed me.

I saw the first fight differently. Fury was the one who hit the canvas and Wilder had the better power punches. I'll admit it, I was dead wrong on this one, and Fury has definitely turned his life around. When he fought Kilitschko, he was a clown. Last night he was a killer


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9 hours ago, StraightJ said:

I figured I'd share this with folks before my review, in case anyone who doesn't know the outcome wants to watch the full fight, and/or if others who saw it would like to see it again.  It's not from an official network account, so who knows how long it will stay up.  Between rounds there is a 30 second blank spot that you may wish to skip through.   Enjoy!

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Thanks for trying, wouldn't work for me either. States video has been removed by user.

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Heavyweight division is a joke!

Probably a nice guy, but Fury is a lumbering dolt. His saving grace? He is a BIG lumbering dolt; 271 at the weigh in. Which means probably close to 280 at the fight. His skill level is a little above Butter Bean

What happened to the sweet science? If either of these guys got in the ring against someone who can actually jab, move and set up a right, they wouldn't sniff a title. For the 4 rounds that I watched, Fury's left hand never left his waist. If he ever fights against anybody who can actually box (slugging is not boxing), he would be eating lefts and rights until the end of the fight. But that doesn't seem to be a priority for team Fury.

IMO, Jarrell Miller has the best skill and punching power I've see from a heavyweight boxer in a long time. Would love to see him in the ring against Fury. 

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On 2/23/2020 at 9:46 AM, bcw said:

Wilder got robbed in the 1st fight. 

I expected the 2nd fight to go the same way.

Fury really impressed me.

Fury executed his strategy of leaning on and putting his full weight on Wilder when ever they were clutched. It made Wilder carry an extra 270 lbs and help tire him out. Fury is a superior boxer than Wilder and it showed. Wilder has a very powerful right hand but he has a terrible stance and is off balance a lot leaving him open to counter punches.

A lot of people under rated Fury's new trainer Javon "sugarhill" Steward, the nephew of the best boxing trainer of all time Emanuel Steward.

 

 

 

Fury dominated the entire fight, and Wilder's corner had to throw the towel in because he was not defending himself.

 


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1 hour ago, junglesouljah said:

Fury executed his strategy of leaning on and putting his full weight on Wilder when ever they were clutched. It made Wilder carry an extra 270 lbs and help tire him out. Fury is a superior boxer than Wilder and it showed. Wilder has a very powerful right hand but he has a terrible stance and is off balance a lot leaving him open to counter punches.

A lot of people under rated Fury's new trainer Javon "sugarhill" Steward, the nephew of the best boxing trainer of all time Emanuel Steward.

Fury dominated the entire fight, and Wilder's corner had to throw the towel in because he was not defending himself.

I definitely underestimated him. Cost me $50 bucks, too! 

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11 hours ago, HipKat said:

I definitely underestimated him. Cost me $50 bucks, too! 

I also didn't think Fury would win, but I didn't bet on the fight.


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On 2/23/2020 at 1:26 PM, jamsim67 said:

Heavyweight division is a joke!

Probably a nice guy, but Fury is a lumbering dolt. His saving grace? He is a BIG lumbering dolt; 271 at the weigh in. Which means probably close to 280 at the fight. His skill level is a little above Butter Bean

What happened to the sweet science? If either of these guys got in the ring against someone who can actually jab, move and set up a right, they wouldn't sniff a title. For the 4 rounds that I watched, Fury's left hand never left his waist. If he ever fights against anybody who can actually box (slugging is not boxing), he would be eating lefts and rights until the end of the fight. But that doesn't seem to be a priority for team Fury.

IMO, Jarrell Miller has the best skill and punching power I've see from a heavyweight boxer in a long time. Would love to see him in the ring against Fury. 

At least you started off the post with a good take.  Before Fury was muzzled(Bob Arum[cough cough] did his thing after sinking his hooks into him after the first fight), you'd likely really appreciate him speaking out against the establishment media.  That, combined with all the additional money, are the likely reasons for the rigged decision in the first fight.  One thing that can't be denied, is the unstoppable will of the man, which led him to do something the crowd I watched the first fight with(who were rooting against him) describe as inhuman(or being on crack).  

While your narrative is interesting(being it's the first I've heard of it), I recall for the last year or so hearing how the division was far more exciting than at anytime since the last time it was great.  For awhile you had Ruiz with 3 belts, Joshua looking to take them back, and the undefeated WBC and lineal belt holders in Wilder and Fury.

While I don't always agree with Jungle on combat sports, he generally is solid, and provided 2 videos that spoke very highly of Fury.

While you're normally on target with real life matters of importance, I don't think I've heard any analysis of Fury that would make that Butterbean comparison seem like anything other than misguided hyperbole.  As a matter of fact, Fury has been spoken highly of, as a man that can move shockingly well for a man of his size.  I think the 2nd video here even mentioned his boxing IQ, and quick reaction times(think the opposite of the processing speed noted for multiple Bills' QBs).  Dolt is certainly not the best term to describe his boxing IQ.

The man beat the undefeated heavyweight champ using 2 very different strategies, the 2nd of which he learned in 5 weeks after replacing the trainer/friend who had saved him when his only interest was getting back in shape.  As great a help as Sugar Hill was, the very young Ben Davison was ultimately the most underrated performer in all of this.

For anyone buying into the narrative from your post, I think this short clip summarizes why it is a bad take:  (certainly there are far more examples, but people here seem to prefer brevity...and I hadn't before heard anyone try to claim Tyson Fury was not a great technical/defensive boxer.  The bonus is that many have said he is possibly the best showman since Ali, which in entertainment certainly counts.  I love his unfiltered reactions, such as the smile that came after this)

 

At least you started off the post with a good take.  Before Fury was muzzled(Bob Arum[cough cough] did his thing after sinking his hooks into him after the first fight), you'd likely really appreciate him speaking out against the establishment media.  That, combined with all the additional money, are the likely reasons for the rigged decision in the first fight.  One thing that can't be denied, is the unstoppable will of the man, which led him to do something the crowd I watched the first fight with(who were rooting against him) describe as inhuman(or being on crack).  

While your narrative is interesting(being it's the first I've heard of it), I recall for the last year or so hearing how the division was far more exciting than at anytime since the last time it was great.  For awhile you had Ruiz with 3 belts, Joshua looking to take them back, and the undefeated WBC and lineal belt holders in Wilder and Fury.

While I don't always agree with Jungle on combat sports, he generally is solid, and provided 2 videos that spoke very highly of Fury.

While you're normally on target with real life matters of importance, I don't think I've heard any analysis of Fury that would make that Butterbean comparison seem like anything other than misguided hyperbole.  As a matter of fact, Fury has been spoken highly of, as a man that can move shockingly well for a man of his size.  I think the 2nd video here even mentioned his boxing IQ, and quick reaction times(think the opposite of the processing speed noted for multiple Bills' QBs).  Dolt is certainly not the best term to describe his boxing IQ.

The man beat the undefeated heavyweight champ using 2 very different strategies, the 2nd of which he learned in 5 weeks after replacing the trainer/friend who had saved him when his only interest was getting back in shape.  As great a help as Sugar Hill was, the very young Ben Davison was ultimately the most underrated performer in all of this.

For anyone buying into the narrative from your post, I think this short clip summarizes why it is a bad take:  (certainly there are far more examples, but people here seem to prefer brevity...and I hadn't before heard anyone try to claim Tyson Fury was not a great technical/defensive boxer.  The bonus is that many have said he is possibly the best showman since Ali, which in entertainment certainly counts.  I love his unfiltered reactions, such as the smile that came after this.  If Wilder was called the peoples' champ, Fury certainly took that belt from him as well)

 

 

 


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Posting that video reminded me of this one from after the fight.  Even those who dislike Fury probably would be impressed that after his showmanship(which some here have knocked), he decided to also show sportsmanship that is really lacking in professional sports these days.  Boxing, and sports in general, really benefit from a spokesperson like Tyson Fury, in my opinion:   (I think he does manage to get in a dig against Anthony Joshua, for quitting in his fight vs Ruiz)

 


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I'm sure he's a nice guy, but as a boxer, I just don't see it. And the reason I don't see it is because the heavyweight division is void of talented boxers. Fury, Klitscho brothers did nothing but get in the ring against smaller sluggers

Plenty of sluggers looking for a big payday, but not boxers. I believe that if Fury fights against someone who can jab, move and throw the right, it would frustrate him and set him up for being knocked out, or the tko. 

Are there any fighters in the heavyweight division that can do that? The only one I've seen is Jarrell Miller, but I'm sure there are more. He's 30 years old now, and is still on the outside looking in. These guys are kept on the outside for a reason. When you're a champion, you can pick and choose and you're not picking anybody good until you've built up your bank account.

 

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19 minutes ago, jamsim67 said:

I'm sure he's a nice guy, but as a boxer, I just don't see it. And the reason I don't see it is because the heavyweight division is void of talented boxers. Fury, Klitscho brothers did nothing but get in the ring against smaller sluggers

Plenty of sluggers looking for a big payday, but not boxers. I believe that if Fury fights against someone who can jab, move and throw the right, it would frustrate him and set him up for being knocked out, or the tko. 

Are there any fighters in the heavyweight division that can do that? The only one I've seen is Jarrell Miller, but I'm sure there are more. He's 30 years old now, and is still on the outside looking in. These guys are kept on the outside for a reason. When you're a champion, you can pick and choose and you're not picking anybody good until you've built up your bank account.

There are a few, but Wilder was dominant and they weren't lining up to fight him. The way he lost could change that. Anthony Joshua is good. Luis Ortiz is getting older, but still a tough fighter


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Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

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HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

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