TYSON FURY DESTROYS DEONTAY WILDER! SHOULD WILDER’S CORNER THROWN IN THE TOWEL? WAS WILDER EXPOSED? For The Record, I Am A Fan Of Both Wilder And Fury. They bring color and personality to the sport! They have both been open about Their Mental Health Issues. Having my own issues I wish more athletes would be open about theirs. I talk about them on my other channel Along with my Cosplay Photography, Camera Reviews & Travel Experiences https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8wK4eEZtTRlvr6Bj_37kqw
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Tyson Fury beat up Deontay Wilder to Win The WBC and Retain The Lineal Heavyweight Championships Of The World! It Was a great and surprising performance by Fury, who forgoes his usual “boxing” style and took the fight to Wilder right away. It was a move that knowing Wilder’s history and capability I thought would be a mistake. It turns out it wasn’t. I think there is no other way to put it. Fury beat Wilder up. In this video, I ask and do my best to answer two questions. The first is. Should Wilder’s corner have thrown the towel in? Again it wasn’t that Wilder was losing, but he was getting beat up. It could be argued that they should have done it sooner. Than again Wilder often wins fights late while down on the cards. Even though he was getting beat up he showed a lot of grit. Even though he’s proven the ability to come from behind. When do you prioritize Long term health over the possibility of scoring another late-round comeback stoppage? The Second Question is Did Tyson Fury expose Deontay Wilder? Did Fury do something that other future opponents can replicate to get the same result? While I am conflicted and I think regardless of how the rest of Wilder’s career plays out, I will always be conflicted. I think the answer to rather or not he was exposed is clear. Fury is 6’9″ and was able to bring 270 plus pounds to bear on Wilder. It’s something that no other heavyweight can replicate.
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Way Too Early Wilder/Fury 2 Preview & Prediction! I think the rematch will play out in a similar fashion to the first bout. However, if you want to know exactly what I think is going to happen. Please watch the video! I hope that’s why you are here. If you enjoyed this video and or any of my videos please Like this video & Subscribe! It takes just a second of your time and it helps a lot! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1DnNvUpABr-ayiIMvwBJgg
On Feb 22, 2020, WBC Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder & Lineal Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury will have the long-awaited rematch of their draw in December of 2018! I am making this video two weeks out because I might not have access to my computer for a couple of weeks (by choice. I’m doing some traveling and might want to lighten my load.). I think in Tyson Fury we one of the most mobile and nimble heavyweights of all time. Perhaps second only to “The Greatest” himself Muhammad Ali. Like Ali Fury is also a great showman in the ring as well. Fury’s two-inch advantage in height & reach should allow him to moreover and land punches in relative safety, but not complete safety. If I’m going to compare Fury’s mobility, nimbleness & showmanship to Ali, then I think Deontay Wilder’s power deserves comparison to Joe Louis. Like The Brown Bomber, The Bronze Bomber can end a fight on a single punch. It’s something Louis understood and it’s something Wilder understands. I think Wilder put it best himself after stopping Luis Ortiz. When he said that his opponents have to be right all fight and he only has to be right for two seconds.
Who is the #1 Heavyweight? Andy Ruiz Jr? Deontay Wilder? Tyson Fury? I am of the opinion that these three heavyweights have a claim to the crown. Because Andy Ruiz decisively beat Anthony Joshua the former unified champion is not in consideration neither is future heavyweight and the top boxer in my most recent pound-4-pound rankings Oleksandr Usyk. Please Like & Subscribe to Sports Talk With Troy on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1DnNvUpABr-ayiIMvwBJgg
The Deontay Wider vs. Tyson Fury heavyweight championship fight ended in a controversial draw. I will try to explain why the result was not so outrageous. (I am not saying that I agree). As well as what is likely next for Deontay Wilder & Tyson Fury.
Tyson Fury Deontay Wilder Showdown Lumming Heavyweight Boxing Gets More Clarity! Tyson Fury won a 10 round decision over Francesco Pianeta and Bryant Jennings stopped Alexander Dimitrenko in 9 rounds. Getting off the canvas in the 4th round. However, the biggest news is that Fury who claims the Lineal Heavyweight Championship will face WBC Heavyweight Champion Deontay Wilder! WBA, IBF & WBO Champion Anthony Joshua will defend against Alexander Povetkin next month. Please Subscribe to Sports talk With Troy! YouTube Link!
Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury A Mutually Beneficial Matchup. Tyson Fury announced that he was in negotiations to fight WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder in December. I have come across some negative reactions to this. I fell that this matchup is mutually beneficial to both parties. In their pursuit of Anthony Joshua. I do think that Wilder would gain more by beating Jarrell Miller, but the reason for this is the reason it is not likely to happen. It’s a matchup of two big heavyweights with larger than life personalities. The winner puts himself in a great position to fight Joshua.
Question of The Week Who’s The Best Heavyweight Right Now?
A new sub series for Ring Talk With Troy: Question Of The Week or QOW.
Who do you fell as of The end of May and the start of June 2016 is the best Heavyweight in the world? Tyson Fury? Deontay Wilder? Anthony Joshua? Luis Ortiz? Someone else?
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