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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by SCrebel, Jul 28, 2009.
Lol it wasn’t even close.. how did one judge give it to Paul
for the rematch take away editorial control from the paul camp
the announcers and the ref were distracting, better off announcers that play up how big of a heel he is.
Why did I watch that and think maybe that could be something other than it obviously was going to be?
rematch between two top 100 level boxers
Did the interviewer just drop an eff bomb? Lmao
God damn I was close to chasing this bet after Purdue fucked me over yesterday
Who the fuck is this weirdo hyping up the loser while interviewing him?
Best case scenario for Paul.
Moment of the fight
That was hilarious
I'm sure Paul can choose the commentary team for these events
Doesn't make sense not to kiss his ass, if that's the case
Tbh I enjoyed the fight. I get neither are great but it was a good watch.
The fight by itself wasn't a joke, but everything leading up to it was and the commentary was embarrassing
as a very casual boxing fan i enjoy bad fights occasionally to help my pee brain learn boxing more
I enjoyed it too.
I have been a grump about these celeb fights but enjoyed this one
Now let the other fury box the other Paul please
Did Fury sign the all or nothing bet or was that just dumb show
Jake has like 2 shots and sets both up the exact same way every time he throws them. Fury was working him a little bit because of that empty bag Jake brought in there. Closer than it should have been. Tommy was an irresponsible jackass at the beginning of round 8 when he took that shot.
Way more enjoyable than I thought it was going to be. Fun fight.
As always, thank you for the links.
Furys are uniquely awful
if jake paul fans could read they would be very upset
I know I shouldn’t like fury but I can’t help it
They help you out by being extremely unlikable, I find
Bummer, the first fight was amazing.
Saturday, March 4
Toyota Arena, Ontario, CA (SHO)
Main card: 1 a.m. GMT / 8 p.m. ET
Main event ringwalks (approx): 4 a.m. GMT / 11 p.m. ET
Mark Magsayo vs Brandon Figueroa, featherweights, 12 rounds
Jarrett Hurd vs Armando Resendiz, middleweights, 10 rounds
Amilcar Vidal vs Elijah Garcia, middleweights, 10 rounds
Polideportivo Juan S. Millan, Culiacan, Mexico (DAZN)
Time: 8 p.m. ET / 1 a.m. GMT
Main event ringwalks (approx): 10 p.m. ET / 3 a.m. GMT
Angel Fierro vs Eduardo Estela, lightweights, 10 rounds
Eduardo Nunez vs Rodolfo Bustamante, junior lightweights, 10 rounds
Tyson Fury has divulged his own theory as to why Deontay Wilder was able to knock him down, but never out cold in their trilogy.
The Gypsy King and Bronze Bomber shared a controversial draw in their first bout in 2018 before the Brit scored two stoppage wins over the American in 2020 and 2021.
Across those three fights, Wilder was able to use his famous power to floor Fury four times.
However, the stubborn heavyweight got up on every occasion and fought on to ultimately triumph.
Fury told Foxify: “My most formidable opponent was Deontay Wilder.
“I had three fight with that guy and all three times it could’ve been curtains for me at any single second.
“Deontay Wilder has dynamite in his fists and if he lands on you, whether it’s round one or round 12, he’s going to knock you down or knock you out.
“He knocked out every single person that he ever fought, apart from me. He’s definitely my most formidable opponent and I’d back him to beat everybody in the division apart from myself.”
Giving his thoughts on why he is the only man to date to survive Wilder’s power, Fury added: “I think my sheer size and weight has a lot to do with him not being able to knock me out cold.
“He hits a guy 6ft 3ins and 225lbs, they’re nailed to the canvas.
“But a guy 6ft 9ins and 277lbs – I think that has a lot to do with it, size matters.
“Anyone who says that size doesn’t matter is lying.”
Fury’s supreme confidence is well known too and he believes that no man in any era could beat him.
He added: “I believe that I could beat any man born from his mother in any era, in any decade, in any century. In one-on-one combat, I would beat them in a fight. I’ve never met anybody who could beat me yet and I don’t intend to.”
SHO, 10:45 pm ET, Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison. Showtime are just airing this main event. It’s a good matchup, and a real risk for Tszyu to take as he sits on a mandatory title shot. Harrison is absolutely a better boxer than Tszyu, but Harrison is also vulnerable and Tszyu has the style that could break him down. It’s just a good fight, Tszyu taking a risk and Harrison as always willing to fight anyone. Bad Left Hook will have live coverage. (To be clear, this is happening Sunday, March 12 in Australia, but time zones and all that, so it’s primetime U.S. TV on Saturday night.)
Weird how Fury's side couldn't make a Joshua fight happen and now a Usyk fight
They also turned down a 60/40 purse split for the winner.
Almost like he's dodging fights
Saturday, March 11
Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, NSW, Australia (SHO)
Start time: 10:45 p.m. ET / 3:45 a.m. GMT
Main event ringwalks (approx): 1:45 a.m. ET / 6:45 a.m. GMT
Tim Tszyu vs Tony Harrison, junior middleweights, 12 rounds, for vacant interim WBO title
Sam Goodman vs TJ Doheny, junior featherweights, 10 rounds
Isaac Hardman vs Rohan Murdock, super middleweights, 10 rounds
Ben Mahoney vs Koen Mazoudier, junior middleweights, 10 rounds
Paulo Aokuso vs Yunieski Gonzalez, light heavyweights, 10 rounds
M&S Bank Arena, London, England (DAZN)
Time: 7 p.m. GMT / 2 p.m. ET
Main event ringwalks (approx): 10 p.m. GMT / 5 p.m. ET
Callum Smith Diego Pacheco vs Pawel Stepien, light heavyweights, 12 rounds
Robbie Davies Jr vs Darragh Foley, junior welterweights, 12 rounds
Diego Pacheco vs Jack Cullen, super middleweights, 10 rounds
Johnny Fisher vs Alfonso Damiani, heavyweights, 8 rounds
Rhiannon Dixon vs Vicky Wilkinson, lightweights, lightweights, 10 rounds, for vacant Commonwealth title
Peter McGrail vs TBA, junior featherweights, 8 rounds
Campbell Hatton vs Michel Gonxhe, lightweights, 6 rounds
Mickey Ellison vs Thomas Whittaker Hart, light heavyweights, 10 rounds
Aqib Fiaz vs Dean Dodge, lightweights, 8 rounds
Paddy Lacey vs James McCarthy, middleweights, 6 rounds
George Liddard vs Daniel Przewieslik, middleweights, 4 rounds
Zenith de Paris-La Villette, Parix, France (ESPN+)
Main card: 8 p.m. GMT / 3 p.m. ET
Main event ringwalks (approx): 11 p.m. GMT / 6 p.m. ET
Tony Yoka vs Carlos Takam, heavyweights, 10 rounds
Thomas Faure vs Dan Azeez, light heavyweights, 12 rounds, for Faure’s European title
Farrhad Saad vs Macaulay McGowan, super middleweights, 8 rounds
Lauren Price vs Naomi Mannes, welterweights, 6 or 8 rounds
Usyk agrees to 70/30 split
Heavyweights up now.
Fisher is a pretty damn good prospect.
Takam playing gatekeeper
No Al tonight.
Here are the streams if you don't have Showtime.
Tim Tszyu -300
Tony Harrison +220
It's going to be a little while because the fight before the main is in the 4/10 round.
National anthems are being sang.