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Boxing please

Breathtaking, a real old-fashioned tear-up. Without question one of the greatest fights ever, and I've followed boxing since Muhammad Ali was still Cassius Clay.
 
Fury says Wilder wanted to show no respect after a trilogy fight where he won all 3 fight, imagine that.

Stupid lanky dosser hope we never have to see him again.
 
Nobody cares about their stupid hugs and shows of respect. Wilder demonstrated more than enough respect for the fans, fury and the sport in the ring, rolled back the years to when boxing was good. What more can you ask? The rest is just virtue signalling feels.
 
Supposedly Dillian Whyte's the next mandatory challenger to Fury, but that assumes he wins his next bout against Wallin. I don't know much about Wallin but one or two pundits I've heard on the subject in the last few days weren't sounding too optimistic that Whyte gets past that fight.
 
Supposedly Dillian Whyte's the next mandatory challenger to Fury, but that assumes he wins his next bout against Wallin. I don't know much about Wallin but one or two pundits I've heard on the subject in the last few days weren't sounding too optimistic that Whyte gets past that fight.
Wallin is a good fighter, made it tough for Fury in that fight and recently beat Breazeale who was considered a top heavyweight.
 
Apparently the judges did. Someone said on the radio the fighters were level on the judges' cards going into the 11th.

Canelo is incredible, though I still say GGG was robbed in that first fight.
 
Canelo could give Salah a run for his money.

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Khan-v-Brook: forecasts? IMO Khan has a puncher's chance but Brook will find his chin around the middle of the fight and that'll be good night Vienna.
 
50/50, both washed up....both shouldv'e retired years ago.

It is still an interesting fight given the history and given what both have done in their careers....I reckon Khan UD but really either
can knock the other out and either can outpoint the other.
 
50/50, both washed up....both shouldv'e retired years ago.

It is still an interesting fight given the history and given what both have done in their careers....I reckon Khan UD but really either
can knock the other out and either can outpoint the other.
Yes, it's time for both of them to retire. But they still want to be in the spotlight.... And make some money :)
 
Couldn’t agree more. At the very least Taylor needs to be forced in to a rematch

He won't though, he'll move up and it'll be forgotten about. I suspect his next fight has already been made!

Apart from the round where Catterall was deducted a point, I can't think of a round that you could honestly say Taylor clearly won one. Every single ex pro watching at ringside (Frampton, Jones, Brook and Nelson had Catterall winning by a landslide, yet the judges conspired to cheat Catterall out of his deserved victory. I have no affiliation to either boxer, but I was gutted for Catterall.
 
I also watched the Taylor Catterall fight and although I don't believe it was a one sided fight, couldn't believe they gave it to Taylor....Catterall was robbed. He won by 3-4 rounds at least and rightly stormed back to his dressing room without giving any interviews...Ian John Lewis & Victor Loughlin fucking pricks who've been robbing fighters blind for years, this is people's livelihoods at stake, life changing stuff & they go and do that. Shameful.
 
That too. Let’s see who kell Brook calls out. No matter who it is will break his face. Again.
Perhaps but tbf to Kell he looked very sharp against Khan, he defo still has it in the offensive department & didn't really seem bothered by his speed or the shots Khan was throwing back.

It looks look like Sky & Shalom are looking to make either the Benn or Eubank fight, would much rather he fought someone his own size...here's hoping he's learnt his lesson and we can see the fight with Benn.
 
Fury-v-Whyte then. I don't think there'll be much boxing in this one. They'll both land some big shots then Fury will knock Whyte out in round 3/4.
 
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