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    Default Boxing - Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury - 1st December, Staples Center, Los Angeles.


    Saturday 1, December 2018
    Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, USA

    Deontay Wilder vs Tyson Fury

    TV - ShowTime PPV (USA) - BT Sport Box Office PPV (UK)


    Press Conference Tour kicked off yesterday in London,England - next stop after New York and then Los Angles. All streamed via ShowTime & BT Sport YouTube Channels so tune in tell your friends tweet about it. The undercard should be fantastic. Enjoy


    Full Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury crazy London press conference | Warning: contains bad language
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJdEwBzZamA&t

    Deontay Wilder shoves Tyson Fury as both fighters try to spar at London press conference
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXgRkTIPi20

    Watch Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury's New York press conference live | Warning: contains bad language
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    Fury is a public embarrassment. He's still not a well man I don't think and he's going to receive some serious damage against Wilder. He's probably only doing it for the purse as he's a bit skint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martyn View Post
    Fury is a public embarrassment. He's still not a well man I don't think and he's going to receive some serious damage against Wilder. He's probably only doing it for the purse as he's a bit skint.
    That is a typical casual comment.

    Wilder got schooled yesterday in the press conference. He doesn't realise what he's in for come December 1st.

    Once Tyson Fury KO's Deontay Wilder, Mr Joshua can get it (if he has the balls) to step in the ring with the Furious One.

    And trust me when I tell you this Joshua will lose his tongue in that press conference, Tyson Fury isn't 40 years old & AJ will get jabbed to death.
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    No offence Martyn but you obviously don't know much about boxing.
    Yes Fury is a misogynist, a homophobe and many other things but on pure boxing ability he puts Wilder and AJ to shame.

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    It build up to this fight is laughable, it's very clear its all staged. Nothing clever or exciting about it at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JamieG1981 View Post
    It build up to this fight is laughable, it's very clear its all staged. Nothing clever or exciting about it at all.
    If you think Wilder vs Fury is staged well I suggest you look at Floyd Mayweather vs Conor McGregor FIXED videos on YouTube. Nothing surprises me anymore when it comes to the hustler Floyd Mayweather lol you gotta put up with Floyd vs Pac 2 I'm hearing.
    Maybe Floyd vs Broner in Tokyo. Word is 'Money' Mayweather is having money problems.

    Check this out - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UMkdlEydks
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    I'm not a fan of Wilder, Fury or AJ personally or professionally - I think they are quality fighters in a division that's lacked superstars for some time.

    I box myself (Badly and at welterweight) - if I was in that division - it would be Fury I wouldn't want to get in the ring with, way too unpredictable.

    There's no way to say if he's right (enough) in the head to fight right now - maybe, maybe not. If he is though - the man's a very subtle and awkward technician despite his persona.

    Fury VS Wilder:

    Anyone remember Tua vs Lewis? Big scary puncher versus someone who could work behind the jab? If Fury is half fit and half sane I reckon he may well school Wilder in the same way Lewis did Tua.

    Fury VS AJ:

    AJ's ringcraft has got better but when fury described him as overdeveloped and plodding - I don't think he was far off, he's a lot better since the Klitch fight but even so, let's all remember the difference when both these fighters faced the big Ukranian, AJ looked out of his depth a lot of the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeSpins74 View Post
    No offence Martyn but you obviously don't know much about boxing.
    Yes Fury is a misogynist, a homophobe and many other things but on pure boxing ability he puts Wilder and AJ to shame.
    I never professed to know a lot about boxing not sure why you're on the defensive? My comment was based purely what I saw in that press conference. Was a total circus and a bad one at that with an old man in the middle breaking up the two tough guys. And I was about to post the same thing JamieG posted to add further bollocks to the show.

    Sorry for posting.

    P.S. I know the old man in the middle was Frank Warren.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martyn View Post
    I never professed to know a lot about boxing not sure why you're on the defensive? My comment was based purely what I saw in that press conference. Was a total circus and a bad one at that with an old man in the middle breaking up the two tough guys. And I was about to post the same thing JamieG posted to add further bollocks to the show.

    Sorry for posting.

    P.S. I know the old man in the middle was Frank Warren.

    When your headlining the main event which is PPV here in the UK (BT Sport Box Office) and America (Showtime), some people are just gifted and can sell a fight. By the way you do know Muhammad Ali admitted basing his act on a famous wrestler?

    As for FreeSpins comment Tyson Fury isn't a 'Yes Man' for nobody he isn't this robot unlike someone we know, everything is natural and off the cuff, he doesn't get told what to say.
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    I've been in the ring a few times myself and all I can say is that both are good fighters, but Fury is a scary guy to go up against. How do you prepare for the stuff he's doing in the ring? How do you beat that? He's out of this world.

    I'm betting on Fury 2.30. He'll beat overrated Joshua, too.

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    I'm going to be betting on Fury too. He makes like a fool but he's one smart player. He's had his issues, obviously, but he clever too.

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    Sorry Martyn, all good didn't mean to get so defensive.
    I'm just passionate about Fury's skills even though is a numpty.




    Quote Originally Posted by Martyn View Post
    I never professed to know a lot about boxing not sure why you're on the defensive? My comment was based purely what I saw in that press conference. Was a total circus and a bad one at that with an old man in the middle breaking up the two tough guys. And I was about to post the same thing JamieG posted to add further bollocks to the show.

    Sorry for posting.

    P.S. I know the old man in the middle was Frank Warren.

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