Boxing Fury vs Wilder III - Sat, Oct 9 - Main card begins midday (Sunday) Aus EDT

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the_interloper

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That fight was unbelievable, I need to find a replay, there was a lot to take in ha ha. Wilder tough as hell of course, we knew that already from the second one but he copped an absolute battering. So did Fury for that matter, he just finds a way every time.

Geez I was excited when Wilder went down in the third, had $25 on Fury to win that round!
 

Dan

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Joshua would legit retire after another defeat let alone be taken to school and be utterly embarrassed fighting Fury
That's the problem with boxing.

Too much enthuses on the numbers in the L column.

A guy who's 32 with a 24-2 record shouldn't be on the verge of retiring.
 

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estibador

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That's the problem with boxing.

Too much enthuses on the numbers in the L column.

A guy who's 32 with a 24-2 record shouldn't be on the verge of retiring.

Yeah this is one of the things that stops us getting as many best vs the best bouts as we should.

And the fans are a big part of the problem. I jump on dedicated boxing forums for a read at times and the attitude towards any fighter who loses a bout is absolutely toxic. And then those same idiots whine when the top fighters try to avoid fighting each other.
 

Strange Cat

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That's the problem with boxing.

Too much enthuses on the numbers in the L column.

A guy who's 32 with a 24-2 record shouldn't be on the verge of retiring.
But he’s incredibly mentally suspect…I really don’t think he’s a fighter he’s an athlete
 

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