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Bula Bairn
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Tyson Fury

Post by Bula Bairn » Sunday 29th 2015f November 2015 10:11:46 AM

I'm glad he won but he'll probably have to apologise for a lot of his comments now he's world champ!

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Re: Tyson Fury

Post by Kiddy » Sunday 29th 2015f November 2015 10:42:09 AM

Whilst I've always been critical of Fury's boxing ability. Last night was, by far & away, his best performance.
For the guys who think last night's fight 'stank the house out', boxing is the "art of hitting, without being hit". Fury, & his team got that spot on last night. With only the last round being clearly scored to Wlad.
As for challengers, should Haye win, he would come into contention as a voluntary defence, next summer at Wembley. Purely down to cash & PPV fig's. It's the biggest fight out there, as the other contenders couldn't attract flies.
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