Tyson Fury vs Sefer Seferi Scorecard by mike25


scorecard by MIKE25
Round
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TYSON FURY
10
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40
SEFER SEFERI
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36

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Champion97's picture

What did you think of Fury in this fight?

I thought Fury did decent, he had his moments, but he also showed some ring rust as well. I thought that Seferi did horrible in the fight, just looking to survive in the rounds and dancing most of them to. Who do you want to see Fury fight next?

Champion97's picture

Well he just couldn't hit Tyson, I'm not sure what Seferi's plan was, but Fury didn't let him into the fight. Fury has at least fought now, but based on what I saw against Seferi, I think in terms of being an athlete, I wasn't impressed, he seemed to struggle for pace a bit, but Seferi couldn't exploit it, his timing was off, he did seem to feel that one right hand Seferi did land with. The fight, to me, just seemed like a bit of an exhibition, and Fury, just looked like a 45 year old man who is retired really, showing he can come back and mess with a bum, and so he becomes deluded, thinks he can be the best again, and really he has had his career. In my opinion, Joshua beating Klitschko was the beginning of the main part of his career, but Fury beating Klitschko, that was the end of his, Fury is a fighter, Joshua is a professional, Wilder as well, he is a professional, but Fury, I think after beating Klitschko, boxing at a high level, he doesn't fancy it, and I wouldn't be surprised if the Joshua and Wilder fights never happened. Good question, maybe David Price, Dominic Breazeale, Alexander Ustinov. Like Tony Bellew said, the big chap can mess around fighting grandpa cruiserweight, for his first fight in 2-3 years, but not the second, he can get away with it once, not twice. If Tyson fights another bum, what a big sucker!

You were the only one of us that predicted Hooker beating Flanagan, well done.

I noticed that, he was just swining wildly hoping one shot would land I guess. I also noticed that Fury struggled with pace to, and had bad timing, but Seferi wasn't good or powerful enough to exploit this. I felt that it was an exhibition as well. I don't think he will be as successful at a high level like he once was. I think he'll be able to give Wilder and Joshua problems but not beat them. I say David Price would be a good fight for next, or Breazele.

I just saw that, I thought that Hooker would be the one to pull off the upset.

Champion97's picture

Flanagan vs Hooker (Split, slightly)

Champion58 - Flanagan beats Hooker (UD) (0 points)
Champion97 - Flanagan beats Hooker (UD) (0 points)
Chrisvilla - Flanagan beats Hooker (UD) (0 points)
EndOfMe1994 - Flanagan beats Hooker (MD) (0 points)
Floyd tough competitor mayweather - Flanagan beats Hooker (UD) (0 points)
Gold - No prediction (0 points)
JML14 - Flanagan beats Hooker (UD) (0 points)
mike25 - Hooker beats Flanagan (UD) (4 points)
SalTnutZ1 - Flanagan beats Hooker (UD) (0 points)
what_is_the_default_password - No prediction (0 points)

Just look at that man.

He stopped when he realised Fury could see them coming a mile off, there was no speed, variety, not at all versatile, he couldn't do much at all offensively, or defensively really. When he faces a bigger, younger, higher level fighter, he won't be able to just stand back and rest, then get back to work so easily. You want me to be honest, I think Wilder, he counters him, messes with him for 2 rounds, probably edges them, then bang!, one right hand and it is goodnight! Joshua, I think would be cautious early, battle of the jabs would be interesting, Fury's jab has more years of practice and he has the reach, two stances as well, but Joshua has a stronger, faster jab, but something to bear in mind, is that people think it would be puncher vs boxer, no, when you are out for over 2 years, take long breaks, it messes up your timimg, ability to get into that rhythm, Joshua's activity, consistency would back him technically against Fury, but the opposite can be said for Fury, I think for 4 rounds, that could be competitive, but Fury blows a gasket, Joshua takes over, breaks him down. Price is well, well capable of knocking Fury out, he doesn't have his skill of Fury, nowhere near, he gasses, he is very chinny, still, Price can punch, been more active than Fury, he could pull it out! Price would be a threat to Fury! Price is just about as nice as people come, Fury is a big old fuck with a big, nasty mouth, wouldn't it be awesome if Price knocked Fury out?!

Very happy for Hooker! Never a fan of Flanagan, I did not see that result coming! Hat off to you bud!

I had to go with some bold picks and that was the one I felt more likely to happen.

Yeah, he won't be able to do that against a David Price I feel.I still think he beats Price, just not Wilder or Joshua. Joshua and Wilder are more consisent and improving more then Fury is. To be honest I don't hate Tyson Fury some of the stuff he does I find funny like that batman thing or trash talk, but sometimes he's an idiot and takes it too far.

I'm not a big fan of him either.

You hear the developments in Joshua vs Wilder? Apparently deals have been accepted.

Have you listened to the new Kanye albums recently?

Champion97's picture

Well props to you.

Price is a threat, he can punch, Fury is rusty, and to put it this way, I think is fair, Price is capable of knocking Fury out cold, Fury is a higher calibre fighter with more talent, more skill, more natural resilience, and a 100% Fury doesn't have stamina issues, but, Price has experience, he doesn't quit, he gets up when he physically can, he has a decent jab when he uses it, but much more importantly, he is so dangerous, if he catches you, you might be done, but the issue is, Fury making no big mistakes, Price making no big mistakes, who wins?, heart says Price, but head says Fury wins, by stoppage as well.

It would be embarrassing for Fury against Joshua, I think he'd get beaten up, Wilder would just bulldoze him, I think Miller would beat him.

That's good, I don't seriously hate him either, I said that as a way of expressing my dislike, I don't hate Tyson Fury, but I think he is a wasted talented, and a terrible example.

Who Fury? He is a let down, and a disgrace to the sport, he is so disrespectful, when does he ever give anyone else any credit? Boxing should be about respect and conducting yourself like a sportsman, not acting like a bully, and really, look at Joshua now, biggest star in boxing, unified champion, what's Fury doing?, has Fury got world titles?, no he hasn't.

Awesome man! I'm confident it happens this year or next! Brilliant!! You?

No I haven't. Good tunes?

Thank you.

He is I feel. He gave Povetkin a tough fight, he can hit hard and doesn't give up. At this stage it could be a tough fight for Fury.

I agree, at this stage I feel other fighters have caught up to Fury, like Wilder and Joshua. They both would punish him I feel.

I know what you mean, it's all good.

He is a big let down, even though I'm a fan I wanted to see where he'd go from the Klitschko win, but it all got ruined. I also didn't like him calling out Lennox Lewis possibly the best british fighter ever for being jealous of him, same with the jealousy over Joshua to. I like him but those are things I don't agree with him on.

I'm more confident then ever that this fight happens.

Great songs.

Champion97's picture

Absolutely, it is just whether or not they can come to an agreement, get the fight on. One thing is for sure, Price would be the B-side, underdog, the one with the big opportunity, Fury has a lot of options.

It's timing, and to be honest, I think Wilder is a younger 32 than Fury is 29, Joshua is 28 and will probably have a good 30-34, Fury has been inconsistent, got worse from the Klitschko fight, whilst Joshua improved and Wilder probably didn't improve or decline.

What's Lewis got to be jealous of?, he beat Vitali, beat Tyson, Holyfield, Bruno, had a great career.

I think Joshua vs Povetkin will happen this year, then Wilder next year, if that is the case, it is important that Wilder fights again this year.

Might give them a listen.

Whyte vs Parker, who you got?, have I already asked you that?, if so, apologies.

Sorry for late response. I don't think it'll be that hard to make that fight, I think Price knows that he will be the B side.

I agree, Wilder and Joshua wouldn't of been able to beat Fury Pre Wlad days, but now they probably will be the favorites if they two fight him at some point. Wilder seems like a younger 28, he's more active no drug use or anything. Ward said an interesting thing that if he knew his opponent smoke or drank that they had no shot against him.

In my opinion Lewis is the best British fighter ever, and not to forget he was the last undisputed heavyweight champion.

No mistakes and 4th dimension are my favorites.

Slight edge towards Parker.

How were the fights this weekend?