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1 hour ago, Coma16 said:

Whyte still has to win his upcoming fight against Otto, which might be a challenge for him...

Wouldn't mind seeing Fury and Otto go at it again!

Some well fights coming up 

Fury v Wilder 

Canelo v Plant 

DW v Otto

Crawford v Porter 

 

The list could go on 

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Props to Wilder on putting all the time and effort to try and get a different result this time. It wasn't enough, but I don't think he could have done any more. Tried his ass off. Fury is a beast.

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On 10/10/2021 at 10:26 AM, Gavin82 said:

Class fight Wilder took everything and more 

Except for that massive right hand. Was a great fight but Wilder looked even more one dimensional than usual at times. From round 5 onwards he was basically running round with his right hand in the air just trying to land that one punch. He barely used his jab at all.

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1 hour ago, Dazey said:

Except for that massive right hand. Was a great fight but Wilder looked even more one dimensional than usual at times. From round 5 onwards he was basically running round with his right hand in the air just trying to land that one punch. He barely used his jab at all.

His gas tank was pretty much empty by then. But if he had the pace and mobility of the first few rounds, for a longer period of the fight, who knows?

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Canelo Alvarez vs Caleb Plant: Date, UK Start Time, Ring Walks, Card, Live Stream, Odds, Tickets, Stats And Everything You Need To Know | GiveMeSport

 

Canelo v Plant is confirmed on BT Sport Box Office in UK early hours Sunday 7th Nov 4am [ 5am UK start time 

 

Usyk reveals plan to hunt down Fury (msn.com)

A lot seem to want to see this fight

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On 10/11/2021 at 3:24 PM, Dazey said:

Except for that massive right hand. Was a great fight but Wilder looked even more one dimensional than usual at times. From round 5 onwards he was basically running round with his right hand in the air just trying to land that one punch. He barely used his jab at all.

Even when he couldn't stand on his feet anymore from the 7th round to the end, he threw some combinations and used the uppercut at times during the infight. Something that I've never seen him doing before ecxept when he finished Ortiz in their first fight.

And don't forget, at some point during this fight he broke his right hand. Considering all circumstances he did pretty good I think.

But Tyson dominated the second half of the fight and won. What a great fight they delivered!

Below the best punches in slow motion

 

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