Heavyweight Division
Tyson Fury toyed with the best version of Hammer and Chisora and made them both quit. He could have been king for years without the health problems. I can't see anyone beating him if he's in shape.
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Povetkin/Hammer...first three rounds:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7q4KTHna8H4
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(12-16-2017, 02:30 PM)gothenaki Wrote: Tyson Fury toyed with the best version of Hammer and Chisora and made them both quit. He could have been king for years without the health problems. I can't see anyone beating him if he's in shape.

Ive been a big fan of fury since the days of his first fight with john mcdermott. He's very skilked
BUT

He can be dropped and shaken up, and even in the klitschko fight i predicted at some point klitschko would come forward and let his hands go because thats where i worry for fury.

I think he's the most skilled fighter at heavy by a distance i just hope he can keep the big hitters off him because i think the lijes of joshua and wilder would gamble vs him where klitschko isnt that kind of fighter.
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I'm certainly cheering for Tyson Fury, but man, to come back from inactivity, massive weight gain, and his mental health and addiction problems is a huge ask. I can't see him doing it, but if he can, "Comeback Fighter of the Century."
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(12-16-2017, 11:18 AM)Infern0 Wrote: Anyone see the povetkin fight? Was expecting a stoppage, is this povetkin off meldonium less dangerous?

It was terrible I just watched it. Hammer did nothing but try and survive and lost every round comfortably walking around with a high guard. However, Povetkin certainly is less dangerous without the drugs now and didn't really look like getting Hammer out of there. A year ago I'd have backed Povetkin to beat Parker comfortably but after his last 2 showings you could make a good case for Parker beating Povetkin. Wouldn't mind seeing that fight being made if Parker v AJ doesn't go ahead it's certainly a 50/50 fight at the very least now.
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