Tyson Fury GLOATING about victory over Deontay Wilder
By Scott Gilfoid: Two months after his victory over WBC heavyweight champion Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury is STILL gloating about it and talking about it 24/7. Fury says he’s ready to do it again when the two fight in a trilogy match when boxing restarts.
This could be bad news for Fury if he falls off the wagon while gloating about his victory. Gilfoid, what hate to see Fury crumble while celebrating like we saw with his upset ‘W’ over an over-the Wladimir Klitschko many years ago. Fury glorified that victory and spent too much time making a big production out of the win.
Instead of realizing that Wladimir was shot to pieces, Fury saw himself having conquered him at his best. We can agree on one thing: The 40-year-old Wladimir was way past it by the time Fury fought him.
With the way that Fury (30-0-1, 21 KOs) is banging on endlessly about his win over Deontay, you have to worry whether he’s going to lose it a little. Yeah, it was a good victory, but there were a lot of things that led to it. We’re talking about Wilder having the worst night of his career with the tactics he used and the fact that he wore out his legs with the heavy vest that he wore for his ring walk.
Fury vowing to beat Wilder again
“I’ll be a bit more obliged to do a little bit more,” said Fury to
Good Morning Britain. “it’s one of those things that I take great pride in doing. It’s one of those things that I did what I said I was going to do. Not many people do what they said they were going to do. So I’m really proud of the performance,” said Fury.
This is what Gilfoid was afraid of. The victory by Fury has gone completely to his head, and he’s talking like he’s too proud. He needs to be brought down to earth to make him understand that Wilder wasn’t at his best on the night.
This is why Wilder lost:
- The heavy vest
- Getting clocked by a series of rabbit punches from Fury
- Too bloated from bulking up to 231
- Fighting off the ropes
- Hesitating due to Fury’s feints
Here’s the thing. Fury and Wilder are supposed to fight again in October, but with the way things are looking right now, we might not see them meet for their trilogy for YEARS. Whatever Fury is saying about how he’s going to beat Wilder again is meaningless because they might not fight until 2021 or even 2022.
If they don’t cure this thing, it could be ages before they meet again. In that case, you have to go with the naturally more athletic and leaner Deontay to win the third fight. Fury is working out in his living room. That’s not going to be enough for him to stay in championship level shape during the downtime, especially if we’re talking years.
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