Wilder accuses fury of cheating

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I personally think that Wilder has lost the desire to fight. Yeah he got beat up and humiliated but he could have easily bounced back from this, easily.

All he had to do was gracefully accept his defeat, change his trainer and get back in the gym. Let Fury and AJ have the undisputed fight and take on tune up fight with either Dillian Whyte or Povetkin - Wilder beats both these guys IMO, gets a decent name on his resume and a healthy pay cheque as well. He then puts himself in a position to face the winner of AJ/Fury in another undisputed bout - with a punchers chance he could win that fight and be top of the division.

For me that would have been the most logical way to go about things - but how he's gone about things suggests to me he just doesn't wanna fight anymore. Even if you're a Wilder stan you really have to question who he has around him because this is quite frankly the worst handling of a loss Ive ever seen in sports, never mind boxing.
More cac or c00n babble. That totally ignores the mounted evidence on Tyson Fury's cheating ways and blast the most honorable heavyweight champ of the current era. Disgusting
 

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I personally think that Wilder has lost the desire to fight. Yeah he got beat up and humiliated but he could have easily bounced back from this, easily.

All he had to do was gracefully accept his defeat, change his trainer and get back in the gym. Let Fury and AJ have the undisputed fight and take on tune up fight with either Dillian Whyte or Povetkin - Wilder beats both these guys IMO, gets a decent name on his resume and a healthy pay cheque as well. He then puts himself in a position to face the winner of AJ/Fury in another undisputed bout - with a punchers chance he could win that fight and be top of the division.

For me that would have been the most logical way to go about things - but how he's gone about things suggests to me he just doesn't wanna fight anymore. Even if you're a Wilder stan you really have to question who he has around him because this is quite frankly the worst handling of a loss Ive ever seen in sports, never mind boxing.

He's only done two things since his fight. That is cry like a scorned lover and twerk more than a magic city thot and I don't know which one is more at this point.

He was never a good boxer, he has amazing power. That was always going to catch up with him. It would have sooner if the heavyweight ranks were deeper. He's a sideshow that was allowed to become the main attraction. Come see the strongman knock people out. He closed the show while being clearly out boxed in a lot of his fights. That isn't a recipe for continued success. That's why I don't know why Tyson Fury ragdolling him seems to shock so many people.
 

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That's why I don't know why Tyson Fury ragdolling him seems to shock so many people.

its because id say 90 percent of casuals (alot of the wilder fanbase) never watched a tyson fury fight prior to the first fight with wilder...didnt know nothing about him...just thought he was a goofy "cac" fat body..the hardcores knew fury was coming off a 3 year bender of drugs, food, and mental illness and thought that even someone as limited as wilder could put someone like that away..fury proved both sides wrong :heh:
 

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its because id say 90 percent of casuals (alot of the wilder fanbase) never watched a tyson fury fight prior to the first fight with wilder...didnt know nothing about him...just thought he was a goofy "cac" fat body..the hardcores knew fury was coming off a 3 year bender of drugs, food, and mental illness and thought that even someone as limited as wilder could put someone like that away..fury proved both sides wrong :heh:

After the first 2 fights back, I wasn't sure what to expect from Tyson. The version that beat Vlad easily beats Wilder but he looked nowhere near that in the comeback fights so I couldn't call the first fight.
Like many I thought it would either be a Wilder KO or Fury on points.

The second I was convinced Tyson would win but definitely wasn't expecting the stoppage win.
 
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because he got a punch to the fukking ear :heh:..anyone who believes fingernails did it in the fight clearly has never put on gloves before
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Then it shouldn't be hard for you to post another instance of someone getting scratched like that inside their ear in a boxing match where you got blood pouring out like a faucet and its not a busted ear drum...
 

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Then it shouldn't be hard for you to post another instance of someone getting scratched like that inside their ear in a boxing match where you got blood pouring out like a faucet and its not a busted ear drum...
so let me get this straight..you think a busted ear drum is the only way someone can bleed from the ear? is that what you are saying? :heh:
 
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