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Discussion in 'OT (OFF Topic) Forums' started by Darrell, Nov 28, 2015.
Wasn't expecting that!
Yes. And no, neither was I.
I'm not to sure what to make of Fury.
Did he win or did Klitchtiko lose?
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I think Klitschko lost, but anyway good on Fury and hopefully it will shake up the division.
I read Haye is coming out of retirement, what a coincidence...
What next? Audley Harrison coming out of retirement too?
Just keep an eye on Joseph Parker...
Bring back "Our 'Enry"
Audley Harrison's last comeback ended in tears in the first round, Deontay Wilder absolutely destroyed him in the first round. Top night with Anthony Ogogo, Amir Khan and his younger brother on the bill.
Wilder v Fury I'd travel for.
When you post a reply on the wrong thread.
Sorry but Tyson as not come up against any good boxer yet.
What a great result, Fury worked out how to nullify Klitschko's famous jab-n-grab style and executed it to a T.
He's been a breath of fresh air to the heavyweight division and away from the cameras is a very nice bloke.
As big a surprise as Clay v Liston in my book
Joseph Parker knocks out Daniel Martz in first round at Fight For Life | Stuff.co.nz
The heavyweight division has been poor for years The big Ukrainian being unidentified for 11 years just proves that.
Anthony Joshua is the UK's next bet, but needs do go for more than 4 rounds.
Tyson Fury's trainer rates Joseph Parker as seventh-best heavyweight in world | Stuff.co.nz
David Haye would flatten him.
Haye's fight against De Mori was embarrassing to watch.
I hope the undercard was good or else the 16,000 people who allegedly filled the O2 should get their money back.
Haye should be at Cruiserweight, he would clean up but there's more money to be made at heavy.
I used to think highly of him until his gun-shy performance against Klitschko and then his weak excuse afterwards about his little toe was excruciatingly embarrassing.
NZ heavyweight boxer Joseph Parker rises to top contender with WBO | Stuff.co.nz
Heavyweight champion Fury ready to 'walk'
Anyone watching the big fight tomorrow?
As the week's progressed I reckon Frampton will win.