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Big jab snaps Wilder's head back. Fury leaning and mauling. Rinse and repeat. R6: Wilder has been pinned in the corner this entire round and Fury is making him pay at close range.
This has been masterful. R6: Fury all over Wilder in the corner. He lands a right hand and leans on him over and over.
Wilder isn't giving up but he appears to be bleeding from his ear and doesn't have his legs fully under him. He's still throwing uppercuts from the clinch.
He goes hard to the body and Wilder is holding on for dear life. He's getting his tail kicked in shocking fashion here. R5: Fury warned very harshly by Bayless for using his forearm.
This has been another dominant round and he closes it with a flurry and lands a hard jab after the bell. R5: Fury corners him and goes to the body again before leaning all over an exhausted Wilder.
Nice combo from Fury to make Wilder lean back deep on the ropes. R5: Fury rocks Wilder into the ropes, which held him up. Back comes Fury to maul him and lean and do whatever he wants.
Wilder in a bad way. R5: Fury leaning all over Wilder at every turn. Click to play Tap to play. The video will auto-play soon 8 Cancel Play now.
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Arum hails Fury. Fury called it back in Warren hails "inspiration". On the other hand, he has to plan very well his future by improving his boxing skills which are very much required since up to know all his victories were obtained mainly because his formidable punching power.
Shame to him for having lost this fight to just a big boxer like Tyson. Ahaha, unorthodox,strange opinion. Fury is the best heavyweight for so many years.
That is why no 1 wanted to fight him. Now he proved that. Educate yourself. Watch his previous fights ,even with Klitchko, then u maybe will understand.
Wilder is second 1, so…. Fury just proved again to be the bigger one in the ring and in this fight also to be smarter than Wilder by neutralizing him by means of grabbing or keeping the distance when that was possible.
In term of techniques, bot of them have very poor boxing skills, with Fury imposing his will due to the usual body size differences and the other because his extraordinary punching power.
In the other hand , in my opinion Fury needs a lot of ring development and to improve his techniques, if he got any.
Of course this is my opinion which is as valid as your. It is absurd to say that Fury wins on size alone. There are very many men who are taller and heavier than Fury who would not last one round with Tyson Fury.
Fury is the best HW in history due to a whole combination of things. He would beat anyone from the past easily, including Lennox Lewis and Mike Tyson.
Pumpkingilmour: Most likely, you are a young guy with not knowledge at all about the history of the HW category when you proclaim that Fury is the all time best in such category.
After accomplish that we may can discuss again otherwise it is a waste of time for both of us. On the other hand, as I said in my above comment to kris pen, Fury is not good enough to be the sparring of any of the past greats neither Lewis as you mentioned.
Klitschko got the same rap as Fury, with everyone claiming that it was only his size which he had going for him, and that only his size was what exceeded his opponents.
Fury vs. Lennox Lewis would be interesting to see. Fury would beat Mike Tyson up. Mike Tyson is too small. Klitschko would do the same to Tyson which Lennox Lewis did.
But he can not,surprisingly. Good point. First if you look closely the fight has almost 5 stars and everyone likes the performance of Fury, look at any media discussions.
Fury is the best heavy weight at this time, he has the best boxing skills,he moves in the ring like lightweight……. Jeo Santisima. Light middleweight.
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Russia . Thailand . Turkey . Or Fury? That all changed when Washington had his back to the ropes, threw a lazy left hand and Martin saw an opening and blasted the former title challenger with a sharp overhand left to send Washington to the canvas.
He rose to his feet but struggled to maintain any balance, and referee Tony Weeks rightfully knew Washington could no longer continue. A solid win for Martin, as he's now won three consecutive fights and should put himself in a meaningful bout his next time out.
Martin and Washington not doing too much through five. Washington , 13 KOs , who got knocked out by Wilder in February , is in desperate need of some consistency, having gone in his last five fights.
If Martin is going to make a run, getting past Washington is imperative. It all came down to Navarrete's constant pressure throughout.
Any time he found the slightest of openings, he took advantage and would throw a litany of shots at any angle. The punches started to take their toll on Santisima in the eighth round.
Santisima wasn't defending himself and the referee had seen enough and Navarrete successfully defended his belt for the fifth time.
You can start to feel a buzz in the air as we inch closer to Wilder-Fury 2. Moments after the video, Fury's team pulled plug on the video camera.