Boxing: Wilder vs Fury II

#12
Easy winner....never a doubt from the opening bell....sometimes as gamblers we think too much about the outcome....this was as easy as it gets....congrats to those who had Fury....watched the fight in an English Pub here in Thailand...standing room only and the crowd 100% behind Fury....
 

John Kelly

Born Gambler
Staff member
#14
The biggest mistake when handicapping boxing rematches: The second fight doesn't start where the first fight left off.

It's a new day.
 
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John Kelly

Born Gambler
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#15
Easy winner....never a doubt from the opening bell....sometimes as gamblers we think too much about the outcome....this was as easy as it gets....congrats to those who had Fury....watched the fight in an English Pub here in Thailand...standing room only and the crowd 100% behind Fury....

The crowd at MGM Grand Garden Arena was on Fury's side too.
 
#16
Heard wilder had broken jaw and ear drum. His corner told him he needed to make it happen in the 7th and since he didnt they went no mas.

Reports of part 3 would have winner get 60% of the gate, 40% to loser. No report on the ppv breakdown.
 

bomzee

EOG Dedicated
#17
The punch to the ear or eardrum in effect ended the fight last night. Wilder never regained his equilibrium and was literally disoriented. I was surprised his corner didn't throw in the towel or the ref didn't stop the fight sooner.
 
#18
I don't know who was worse, Wilder, his corner or the Referee? That old guy just came out and gave him water every round. Hell- I could do that.
 

John Kelly

Born Gambler
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#20
Television doesn't do justice to the height of the fighters.

Those were two giants in the ring last night.

Time for referee Kenny Bayless to retire.

How do you expect a 69-year-old to keep up with those two beasts?
 

John Kelly

Born Gambler
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#26
One boxing observer told me to take a close look at the beginning of last night's heavyweight fight.

Wilder was wearing that crazy mask during his ring entrance.

Fury rushed Wilder immediately after the opening bell.

The boxing insider theorized Wilder's eyes were still adjusting to the bright lights in the ring, in contrast to his dark mask, and Fury was trying to take advantage of the unusual situation.

Interesting.

Fury is a crafty heavyweight.
 
#27
Even oddsmakers got into the fray, posting odds for a potential Fury-Joshua fight early Sunday.

PointsBet listed Fury as the -250 favorite with Joshua getting odds of +175. John Murray of the Westgate SuperBook tweeted the Vegas sportsbook opened at -260 for Fury and +210 for Joshua. Both sportsbooks say the fight must take place this year.

Abroad, Bet365 offered Fury at -200 and Joshua +150. And if Wilder presses for the rematch, Bet365 has Fury at -300 and Wilder at +225.
 

Heim

EOG Master
#29
One boxing observer told me to take a close look at the beginning of last night's heavyweight fight.

Wilder was wearing that crazy mask during his ring entrance.

Fury rushed Wilder immediately after the opening bell.

The boxing insider theorized Wilder's eyes were still adjusting to the bright lights in the ring, in contrast to his dark mask, and Fury was trying to take advantage of the unusual situation.

Interesting.

Fury is a crafty heavyweight.

That's plausible....I noticed he was sweating profusely after that heavy mask was removed, meanwhile Fury rode in on a throne
pushed to the ring by 4 hot woman.
 
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