John Fury blows his Stack over Criticism of Tyson Fury’s Resume

By Charles Brun - 01/30/2024 - Comments

A snarling, angry, venomous-looking John Fury blew his stack today during an interview, reacting to Carl Froch’s critical analysis of WBC champ Tyson Fury’s weak career resume, which is empty of names over quality opposition heading into his February 17th clash against IBF, WBA & WBO heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk.

Froch points out the obvious about Fury’s weak resume, which is mostly filled with lesser opposition and has done very little since winning his WBC title against a badly flawed Deontay Wilder in 2018.

Fury’s best career wins:

Deontay Wilder: No words needed
Wladimir Klitschko: 40
Dillian Whyte: Journeyman
Dereck Chisora: Ditto
Francis Ngannou: Controversial
Franciso Pianeta: Second tier
Otto Wallin: Should have lost

Wladimir was an excellent fighter during his day, but by the time Fury got to him, he was 40 years old, fighting without his trainer, Emanuel Steward, who had passed away in 2012.

If you’ve seen Wladimir fight, he was the type that needed to be encouraged by Steward to fight aggressively. Once Steward was gone, Wladimir was lost and rudderless. He couldn’t initiate without Steward by his side.

It’s reasonable to say that Usyk (21-0, 14 KOs) should be the clear favorite to defeat Fury on February 17th because he has the better resume in the pros and amateurs, and he’s the superior athlete.

When you look at Fury’s resume, it’s pretty obvious that he’s not beaten the type of fighters for him to be lavished with the kind of praise that he’s getting from his loyal British boxing fans.

Moreover, Fury should have at least four defeats on his resume from two of his fights with Wilder, Wallin, and John McDermott.

“They got to discredit Tyson to make them look better. Yes, Deontay Wilder was shot to pieces, but it was only because of the hiding that Tyson gave him,” said John Fury to Boxing Social, reacting to Carl Froch’s criticism of Tyson Fury’s career resume.

“How can he say [40-year-old Wladimir] Klitschko was a stinker when nobody had beaten him in ten or eleven years? They’re jealous, irrelevant people now. People only want to know about current champions today.

“No one wants to know about a has-been. For get them relics. Up close, they’ll kiss your feet and ask for a picture. Tyson is still the heavyweight champion of the world, you parasite bums,” said John Fury.

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