Round-by-Round: Joe Joyce vs. Christian Hammer - 2 July 2022

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margaret thatcher wrote: 03 Jul 2022, 05:36 ya, and on the path of reinventing fights, i forgot that joe didnt knockout danny '10 count' dubois either :yay:

i guess dubs has gotten a lot better bashing up all those cans since though
Difference is Dub is like early 20s and Joyce is like 60 and his only meaningful fight so far is for the British belt.

Which is still holds. The guy lacks ambition and will go stale on BT until he gets beat by a 20-50 ranked fighter.
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margaret thatcher wrote: 03 Jul 2022, 05:39 you call fury the h2h greatest of all time, but then find it strange that people give wallin credit for tearing his face up and having some success. i find that strange too my man

wouldnt say i really beat down fury either, wouldnt favour anyone over him
I don’t find it strange. I find it strange that people are seemingly forgetting what it must’ve been like for Fury to fight with that cut for 30 mins. The fact that Wallin couldn’t take advantage of it and arguably won 1 round after the cut doesn’t make me feel like I need to give Otto big credit.
Without the cut it’s another Seferi or Schwartz.
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ah yes, the make believe land where wallin didnt tear up the atg goat's face with punches. it was multiple cuts and swellings too and fury couldnt hurt wallin once

i guess danny dubois wouldve beaten joyce if joyce hadnt repeatedly bashed him in the face
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margaret thatcher wrote: 03 Jul 2022, 05:44 ah yes, the make believe land where wallin didnt tear up the atg goat's face with punches. it was multiple cuts and swellings too...

i guess danny dubois wouldve beaten joyce if joyce hadnt repeatedly bashed him in the face
It happens. Do you think Otto punches different to anyone else? It’s not a thing that’s unique to him.

What’s Wallin’s game plan gonna be against Joyce? “Not gonna go for the KO… gonna lose rounds and build up a false sense of security and cut him Vitali
Style”.

:TU:
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wallin's got a quick sneaky left, he'd never be another schwarz or seferi for fury, because he's much more accurate and as mentioned fury couldnt hurt him once. i'd hardly be surprised if they fought again and wallin cut him again

wallin is durable, moves well, and is sharp with the left. i think he could give joyce problems, especially in the first half.
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Who doesn’t give Joyce problems in the first half?
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i think otter could give him more :TU:

would joe catch up and give him a 10 count like he did to dubois? maybe, but big tyson couldnt even put him down and he ended that one strong.
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Kronk Tyson stops Wallin now.
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Dioufy wrote: 03 Jul 2022, 05:49 Who doesn’t give Joyce problems in the first half?
Maybe Adam Kownacki?
They just walk around the ring slowly hitting each other in the face first defence plan.
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margaret thatcher wrote: 03 Jul 2022, 05:03 btw, here are a bunch of cards for the fight. lots of people gave walline 3-5 rounds. and notice that 100 percent gave him the 12th? that's because he hurt fury, like i said

https://eyeonthering.com/boxing/tyson-f ... tto-wallin
I’m on there. Had it 115-113 Fury.

But there are way more wider cards on that list than close.
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margaret thatcher wrote: 03 Jul 2022, 05:44 ah yes, the make believe land where wallin didnt tear up the atg goat's face with punches. it was multiple cuts and swellings too and fury couldnt hurt wallin once
He got him cut and then he tried to use dirty tactics like smothering his face to make the cut worse.
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If Joe can get into round 5 against AJ or DW he will dismantle them.

That final left to the body was a great shot.
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Ruthless-RKO wrote: 03 Jul 2022, 06:55
margaret thatcher wrote: 03 Jul 2022, 05:03 btw, here are a bunch of cards for the fight. lots of people gave walline 3-5 rounds. and notice that 100 percent gave him the 12th? that's because he hurt fury, like i said

https://eyeonthering.com/boxing/tyson-f ... tto-wallin
I’m on there. Had it 115-113 Fury.

But there are way more wider cards on that list than close.
there's 58 complete cards, and 30 of them are 116-112,, 115-113, or something between

can defo give wallin 4 rounds
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margaret thatcher wrote: 03 Jul 2022, 07:16
Ruthless-RKO wrote: 03 Jul 2022, 06:55
margaret thatcher wrote: 03 Jul 2022, 05:03 btw, here are a bunch of cards for the fight. lots of people gave walline 3-5 rounds. and notice that 100 percent gave him the 12th? that's because he hurt fury, like i said

https://eyeonthering.com/boxing/tyson-f ... tto-wallin
I’m on there. Had it 115-113 Fury.

But there are way more wider cards on that list than close.
there's 58 complete cards, and 30 of them are 116-112,, 115-113, or something between

can defo give wallin 4 rounds
Maggie becoming more and more the second coming of EO. :lol:

Like I said, I had it 115-113 watching it live.

Wasn’t swayed by the blood.

It was a close but clear win for Fury.
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58 complete cards! I stand corrected! Niche baby!
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Giving Wallin a handjob because he won 4 rounds against a one eyed Fury is laughable.
McDermott won more rounds in 10 rounds than Wallin and Klit won 5.
Wallin needs a big win to be considered a top 10 heavy. I hate all this valiant loser bollocks.
Fury won with relative ease despite his cut.
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Joyce needs to get a move on as he ain't getting any quicker. He's 36 and time isn't on his side. Needs to get on the hearn bandwagon and fight chisora then Whyte then a few numpties and go for a title. 5 fight deal with time in 2 years he's in for a world and some money
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Dioufy wrote: 03 Jul 2022, 07:59 Giving Wallin a handjob because he won 4 rounds against a one eyed Fury is laughable.
McDermott won more rounds in 10 rounds than Wallin and Klit won 5.
Wallin needs a big win to be considered a top 10 heavy. I hate all this valiant loser bollocks.
Fury won with relative ease despite his cut.
wallin aint getting a bj, just calling out the nonsense that the fight was an easy 11-1'er for fury, aka the greatest heavyweight of all time. i think otto's decent and a good test for most, including joyce, but he's not top tier hw material, and i agree he's not cracked the top 10

one eyed fury indeed, courtesy of otto wallin's fists :yay:
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Ezzard wrote: 03 Jul 2022, 07:16 If Joe can get into round 5 against AJ or DW he will dismantle them.

That final left to the body was a great shot.
It’s alright people saying Joyce has got a great chin when he’s taking clean shots from Takam and Hammer but if you give Wilder the opportunities he gave both of them it’s goodnight.
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Yeah 11-1 maybe a bit silly but tbf I’ve only watched once and didn’t watch again as the result was a clear Fury win.
Saying that… Joyce is what 38…. And he’s might get Otto the Skin Splitter next… if we are lucky.
Joyce is arguably a gold medalist in the Olympics and we are being told one thing about him but getting shown another.
Joyce has the offer of Parker next; he should take it. It’s not ideal but it’s better than getting Otto.
Getting bored of being told so much shit and not getting to see if it’s real. Conor Benn is the same.
Ffs Frank just bid 35mil for Tyson v Whyte. If he can’t get Deontay (coming off 2 brutal losses) or a Whyte (coming off a brutal loss) then that’s shit for them both.
Waiting for the WBO mando and hoping we get to see the Wallin fight in the meantime is wank for someone almost 40.
Boxing is fucked and it’s only pudenda like you and me who keep this sustained.
Wallin v Whyte at the O2 hardly sold… Joyce v Wallin would be shit too.

Too much hype no substance. Dev Sahni just posted that Joyce beats Usyk over 12 rounds because of smaller gloves! I despair.
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Rather see Joyce fight Bakole tbh. Least he’s coming off momentum.
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Wallin is a good test for Wardley, Gorman, Ali I will say.
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Dioufy wrote: 03 Jul 2022, 09:58 Rather see Joyce fight Bakole tbh. Least he’s coming off momentum.
That’s a good fight for sure
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Joyce ain't getting any younger and while he doesn't look great most of the time, he keeps winning. I'd say let him fight the winner of Usyk-AJ. Whether he deserves it or not, WBO has him #1, so it may happen.
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Tony1244 wrote: 03 Jul 2022, 11:10 Joyce ain't getting any younger and while he doesn't look great most of the time, he keeps winning. I'd say let him fight the winner of Usyk-AJ. Whether he deserves it or not, WBO has him #1, so it may happen.
You don’t think Fury will be interested in AJ/Usyk? Retired… but not giving up his WBC and seemingly training harder than ever.
Joyce waiting for his mando shot is 18 months away at least.
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