TARK is fool. Tyson Fury is idiot bum. He even punch himself in face in one fight on youtube. He can not take punch in face from good fighter. Way to beat Fury is to attack him. He has small brain like Tark.Posted June 16, 2013 12:00 pm
David Haye is a very good fighter.expect him to stop Tyson Fury if the fight takes placePosted June 13, 2013 6:10 pm
Fury has already been successful… He was already offered a world title fight by Wladimir Klitschko, long before he was ready for it. If he wanted to take the money and run he would have grabbed that fight, and the Price fight. There’s a method to Fury’s madness.
He does have punching power and has one punch KO’s on his record. He has a good left hook to the body. He’s not close to the boxer or puncher Haye is yet … but he’s 7 years younger. Obviously he’s going to make millions of dollars whether he’s ever heeavyweight champion or not.
Remember the movie “On the Waterfront” where Marlon Brando makes that famous lament, “I coulda been a contender…” Well… Fury is one.Posted June 13, 2013 11:54 am
I still say Fury would be much better if he changed trainers. He does have some skill and pretty nimble for a big guy. Problem for his size Fury does not have the 1 punch KO power required to be successful in the heavy division. One thing is for sure he does know how to host a entertaining press tour. End result Haye knocks out Fury in first round with a jab.Posted June 13, 2013 10:23 am
If Fury was serious he would be calling out the winner of Price vs Thomspon which is just around the corner. That would be a massive payday. He won’t call them out. He wont fight Pulev as promised and he fully well knows Haye cant fight for several months. He is looking for a softer opponent because he knows all these guys will land shots on his chin and they all hit much harder than Cunningham.Posted June 12, 2013 4:46 am
Tyson “I’m scared of Pulev” FuryPosted June 12, 2013 4:38 am
Wow! Is Haye scared of Tyson Fury?Posted June 11, 2013 10:38 pm
I see Good
Medlar you are 100000000% correct. Couldnt say it better myselfPosted June 11, 2013 5:41 pm
Other than Fury’s 99% claim the last I heard it’s either Wilder or Haye. Though I don’t get the feeling either of them want to fight Fury. Maybe they see something in him about half the haters at ESB do not.Posted June 11, 2013 5:21 pm
Dominic Guin аnd dog fight with Wаlkеr аnd аlso еаt monstеr right hаnds from Ustinov who koеd hors!! Pulеv hаvе grаnit chin likе >Vitаli vеrу tought mаnPosted June 11, 2013 2:26 pm
…… “He has only beaten European (at best) quality opposition” WTF??
Who has the best heavyweights in the World — North America or Europe???Posted June 11, 2013 2:01 pm
I see far too much of people overrating Pulev at present. He has only beaten European (at best) quality opposition yet people seem to think he’s accomplished far more than he actually has. I honestly wouldn’t see any upcoming HW prospect struggling with the competition he’s faced so far, including Fury. I just see nothing great in his arsenal at all and testament to this is his 52% stoppage ratio, despite facing only meagre opposition. He even got taken 12 rounds by travis walker ffs. Fury is an overhyped sluggish oaf but despite this he can use the jab well and has decent power so I would give him a 50:50 chance against Pulev. Either klitschko or Haye would ko Pulev with ease.Posted June 11, 2013 1:38 pm
They need to ban these idiots who have too much time on their hands and nothing productive to do.Posted June 11, 2013 1:08 pm
Klitschko 6’7X249 vs Pulev 6’4.5X250 would be an exciting match up. Pulev will be in against the greatest heavyweight of all time, so his hands will be full. Wlad will put the fans to sleep, but not Pulev. Pulev, like all other contenders will always come up second best when it comes to the great Klitschko brothers. Thank you for asking my opinion, I am a windbag who just can’t get enough screen time.Posted June 11, 2013 12:24 pm
JERK, you certainly got the right name bonny ladPosted June 11, 2013 12:10 pm
if this fight were to go ahead, the outcome is plain to see, haye wins by KO and very quickly too. Cunningham who is not as skilled, fast or as heavy handed as Haye landed at will and put him on his ares, Haye would own him, periodPosted June 11, 2013 12:09 pm
JUST PISS OFF AND RETIRE ,HAYEPosted June 11, 2013 12:02 pm
Listen if Cunningham would of been 6’9″ he would of been slow as hell and easier for Fury to beat. Its rare from the size of Lennox and Klitschkos to Fury for huge men to move that good.Posted June 11, 2013 11:49 am
“If Cunningham were 6’9”X255 he would have been in trouble.”No kidding. Time to re-regulate the “heavyweight” division.Posted June 11, 2013 11:33 am
“a 6’9″ heavyweight” Right. Giant is more like it. The guy has weighed in at as much as 254 pounds. The heavyweight division is a joke. And people are pissing and moaning about the weight difference between Mayweather and Alvarez.Posted June 11, 2013 11:32 am
Fury beat Cunningham up and knocked him out.. He didn’t look impressive boxing and he fancies himself a fast and skillful boxer.. The slugs he’s been boxing he’s going to look good against. If Cunningham were 6’9”X255 he would have been in trouble. Cunningham a poor infighter and brawler, and Fury is a good one. Steve is a good boxer. Even though Fury had massive height and reach advantages he was getting tagged by the better boxer. Fury was smart to change up his game plan and he set a killing pace. Wladimir, Pulev, and Haye are great boxers. Fury is the 5th best heavyweight—but when he steps up to face the men above him, he’s going to look like a doofus goof—with all the monkey shines and antics he pulls out of his ass. Punching himself in the face is classic Fury. Now if he could master doing that and sticking his tongue out at the same time.Posted June 11, 2013 10:25 am
Both Fury and Haye are “fighting” everyone and no one next. I will believe onlyn when I say any of then in the ring…Posted June 11, 2013 9:36 am
As I said before, Fury wouldn’t fight Pulev (tpo risky). Haye won’t fight Fury either, at least not now. Haye has an injured hand, or so he says, you never know with all that drama that surrounds around him. Fury needs a fight in July or August to stay sharp and earn more cash, so he’ll probably end up fighting a B ranked 13-25 level contender, possibly in Germany.Posted June 11, 2013 7:43 am
Pulеv-Wlаd? Мауbе Wlаd will тko or ko Pulеv, thаt bеcаusе pulеv is IВF#1 аnd 99% wlаd-mаndаtorу
Haye needs to be careful, he’s becoming a bit of a joke. First he retires, then he comes back and fights Chisora, then he announces the Charr fight, then decides he has injured his hand and cancels the fight. He probably considered blaming the old toe injury for the Charr cancellation, but then decided a hand injury was more macho. He won’t fight Fury, that’s just Fury keeping his name in his headlines. Haye won’t fight anyone unless it’s a guaranteed payday against Vitali. Haye has become the Amir Khan of the Heavyweight division. Khan wants Floyd just for the payday, knowing he can’t beat Floyd, and Haye is the same: gimme the Vitali/money fight. Tut tut David, you could have been a legend.Posted June 11, 2013 4:17 am
Typical Haye, playing games.Posted June 11, 2013 3:37 am
This is a fanscinating piece done of Pulev. He really would be too much for Adamek or Fury right now in their careers. Haye would use Pulev’s passion against him. Pulev’s well skilled, but Haye’s mind games inside and outside of the ring would allow his punches to land.Posted June 11, 2013 3:30 am
Wladimir is on totally different level. Povetkin knows that. That is why his ankle was tristed, he got the flu, and why he desperately needed to take care of business against Boswell, Huck, Rahman, and Wawrzyk. Does anyone really believe that Povetkin has NOT been ducking Wladimir?Posted June 11, 2013 3:25 am
Povetkin can barely keep his trunks above his crotch guard. Povetkin has horrible conditioning issues just like Fury. Povetkin will probably quit on his stool in the 8th to avoid an embarrassing KO in the 9th or 10th.Posted June 11, 2013 3:21 am
I`d pick Pulev to beat Haye unless Haye landed something absolutely massive
Pulev is smarter than people give him credit for, and he`d put good pressure on Haye.
In a way I don`t want those two to fight, since it shrinks the pool of good fights for the Klitschkos. I`d rather Pulev and Haye remove some of the guys who shouldn`t get shots like Pianeta & Wach so that we are just left with worth challengers.Posted June 11, 2013 3:13 am
And shall stop with “he would of stoped furry within 1 round” bs,we need to see proof in the ring everything else is just bs and spekulation and I don’t need that!Posted June 11, 2013 3:12 am
Who wrote this garbage ???!!!!Posted June 11, 2013 3:09 am
He was right to be terrified of Wlad though, he`s probably one of the hardest punchers in heavyweight history when he lands flush, and that is with either straight right or that left hook .
Valuev, he just didn`t want to get leaned on.
Haye would fight Fury off the back foot, true enough but Fury has nothing to stop him coming in and out at will. Haye would come straight back over Furys lazy jab with a right hand, or he`ll just lunge in himself with a sweeping left to set up the right – ala Lewis Rahman II.
You can`t keep walking into Haye without taking something big.Posted June 11, 2013 2:57 am
I’m dRink vodkа now
wilder-puppetkin 2013!Posted June 11, 2013 2:54 am
haye-fury 2013!Posted June 11, 2013 2:53 am
pulev-wlad 2013!Posted June 11, 2013 2:52 am
TARK you take a shot well when your standing. Not when your flat on your back rolled up in a yoga position. Fury got clocked and was buzzed when he got back on his feet thats why he stopped throwing punches and was laying on the ropes. I agree he did recover and took over the fight. Haye would KO Fury in one round. Fight would be a 1 round 2 minute tune up for Haye just to test his hand is healed.Posted June 11, 2013 2:51 am
Fury’s challenge? Coming from a guy who ducks out of mandatory shots as if his name was Povetkin, the only challenge is keeping Fury undefeated until he is forced into a title shot.Posted June 11, 2013 2:32 am
Mongrel, Cunningham caught Fury because he was exposed and has a questionable chin.
The fight with Haye just seems like another excuse for people to check out his twitter feed. His inspiration isn’t from Tyson; it’s from people like Paris Hilton. Fury’s not a champ, but a Diva.Posted June 11, 2013 2:30 am
Уеаh Pulеv is just onе big wеак lаzу mofoPosted June 11, 2013 2:00 am
Уеаh Pulеv is just onе big wеак lаzу mofoPosted June 11, 2013 1:57 am
Haye will take Fury out fast…real fast!Posted June 11, 2013 1:53 am
Povеtkin will bеаt Vlаdimir аnd This p*s* Pulеv. Go Sаshа`(Pуcкий витяз!)Posted June 11, 2013 1:52 am
Tyson Fury was mugging off to Cunningham just before he got tanked with that massive right hand, and lets be clear it was a toned 6″3 guy landing on the button with everything he had.
Fury actually smiled and redid his hair on the ground before he sat back up. He was not hurt in any serious way, well nothing other than his pride anyway.
Then he just did what a big guy is supposed to do. Arreola couldn`t do it to Adamek. Valuev couldn`t do it to Haye or Chagaev, so Fury deserves some credit for doing it to Cunningham who was a very seasoned cruiserweight – and the only guy to stop Huck (and that includes Povetkin).
The punch that actually did for Cunningham wasn`t the forearm right hand, it was the uppercut right into the solar plexus Fury threw a few seconds beforehand. It took it out of Cunningham and it didn`t land because Fury is fast or smart or picking intelligent punches, it landed because he was up there in Cunninghams face working harder than 99% of guys his size do.
I don`t even like Fury, Haye would KO2 him, but it`s rubbish to say he was horrible or exposed against Cunningham. His plan A was exposed, His plan B looked horrible, but KO’ing a guy halfway through a fight exposes HIM not you.Posted June 11, 2013 1:40 am
32 is still relatively young for a heavy. My money is on haye if this one does come offPosted June 11, 2013 1:25 am
I don’t care if Haye is 32… He’ll still have hs best fights in the next 3 years.. I don’t think we’ve seen the ultimate Haye in the Chisora fight.Posted June 11, 2013 1:10 am
Well let me start by saying…Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz, sorry what were we talking about again?Posted June 11, 2013 12:22 am
Fаggot’sPosted June 11, 2013 12:13 am
It was a scorcher, but Tyson took it well. Fury showed few ill effects and soon took over the fight.. He bullied the shorter and smaller man inside, roughed him up, got point deducted for dirty fighting, and ended the fight with a scorcher of his own … His left forearm was clamped over Cunningham’s eyes, pushing his head back, at the time he landed it.Posted June 11, 2013 12:03 am
Haye has injured himself and cannot fight for several months. Fury has pulled out of the Pulev fight. Fury now looks like the worlds biggest coward. He was scared to fight Pulev all along.Posted June 10, 2013 11:58 pm