Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

Post by My T Sharp »

margaret thatcher wrote: 03 Dec 2022, 19:27 the only source on that boxrec page is a broken link from 2014 (to secondsout, not the wba), the wba's own website says they have 3 kd rules in a document they uploaded a couple years ago
From December 2021. The ref got the blame but I don’t think the result changed.

WBA supervisor Stan Christodoulou has confirmed that the three knockdown rule was applicable in his Pan African middleweight title fight between newly crowned champion Roarke Knapp and Cristianno Ndombassy, amid a call for boxing promoters and boxers to boycott his lesser recognised titles..

Tony Nyangiwe, who officiated in the match last weekend, tarnished his image as a respected referee by ignoring the three knockdown rule when Knapp had been dropped three times in round three.

“Let me respond explicitly,” Christodoulou stated in a written response sent to Sowetan. “The recent middleweight title fight was conducted under WBA rules. The three knockdown rule was in effect. As always, the referee was the sole arbiter in the ring, not the fight supervisor.”
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

Post by gregregegg »

margaret thatcher wrote: 03 Dec 2022, 19:27
gregregegg wrote: 03 Dec 2022, 19:18 According to boxrec wba title fights don’t have a 3 knockdown rule. (Neither do ibf wbc or wbo title fights).
that page hasnt been updated in 8 years and the only source is an even older broken link (to secondsout, not the wba), the wba's own website says they have 3 kd rules in a document they uploaded a couple years ago
Interesting, I find it hard to believe they would add and outdated rule. But I obviously don’t know.

Simular thing happened with knapp last year, was protested but knapps win stood even though he had been knocked down 3 times. But that wasn’t a world title just some minor title.

One thing is for sure, all pro boxing should have the same rules. (Personally I would have 3 knock down for 4/6/8 rounders).
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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My T Sharp wrote: 03 Dec 2022, 18:18 I hope their fourth fight is better
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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deadpan wrote: 03 Dec 2022, 14:52
dr_devious wrote: 03 Dec 2022, 14:49 What time is ring walk for Fury-Del
About 9pm UK time.
Cheers I caught it
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

Post by Wee Tommy »

dr_devious wrote: 03 Dec 2022, 21:14
deadpan wrote: 03 Dec 2022, 14:52
dr_devious wrote: 03 Dec 2022, 14:49 What time is ring walk for Fury-Del
About 9pm UK time.
Cheers I caught it
Just the ring walk? Wise move 🤣
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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Shameful fight.

Fury looekd decent as was to be expected, but didn't look close to putting Chisora on his arse, despite Chisora doing a great job of replicating a heavy bag and Fury hitting him with all he had in his arsenal.

People like Barry Jones need to stop yanking their chains about Fury's so called improved power.
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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after fleecing the public with their sparring session.

Fury and Chisora spend 10% of their purse towards a 5 guys meal.
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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gregregegg wrote: 03 Dec 2022, 19:09 Absolutely strange to see them put usyk and joe sitting together then getting both of them up on the ring to confront fury… just poorly planned weird shit. You need one guy (usyk) to set it up with and get in in the ring proper not hanging off the edge. Amature hour whoever was in charge of putting all that together.
I honestly think Joye Joyce would beat Fury. He's big enough, strong enough and wont back down. I think JJ wins by stoppage.
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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Shambles wrote: 04 Dec 2022, 04:23
gregregegg wrote: 03 Dec 2022, 19:09 Absolutely strange to see them put usyk and joe sitting together then getting both of them up on the ring to confront fury… just poorly planned weird shit. You need one guy (usyk) to set it up with and get in in the ring proper not hanging off the edge. Amature hour whoever was in charge of putting all that together.
I honestly think Joye Joyce would beat Fury. He's big enough, strong enough and wont back down. I think JJ wins by stoppage.
So do I,he's huge,strong as hell and likeable,i'd love to see the fight
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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1047945 wrote: 04 Dec 2022, 05:02
Shambles wrote: 04 Dec 2022, 04:23
gregregegg wrote: 03 Dec 2022, 19:09 Absolutely strange to see them put usyk and joe sitting together then getting both of them up on the ring to confront fury… just poorly planned weird shit. You need one guy (usyk) to set it up with and get in in the ring proper not hanging off the edge. Amature hour whoever was in charge of putting all that together.
I honestly think Joye Joyce would beat Fury. He's big enough, strong enough and wont back down. I think JJ wins by stoppage.
So do I,he's huge,strong as hell and likeable,i'd love to see the fight
I think he would have some moments but can’t see him beating Fury. I think Fury beats Joyce fairly comfortable
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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smiling assassin wrote: 04 Dec 2022, 05:07
1047945 wrote: 04 Dec 2022, 05:02
Shambles wrote: 04 Dec 2022, 04:23

I honestly think Joye Joyce would beat Fury. He's big enough, strong enough and wont back down. I think JJ wins by stoppage.
So do I,he's huge,strong as hell and likeable,i'd love to see the fight
I think he would have some moments but can’t see him beating Fury. I think Fury beats Joyce fairly comfortable
it would be better than last nights horror show that's for certain
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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I think it’s fair to say that Joyce brings something that Fury has not had to deal with before.

As Parker and others have found out, just because you know exactly what to expect from Joyce it doesn’t mean you can handle that style.

Fury had better be ready for 12 rounds of significant discomfort.
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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I'd love to see JJ beat Fury, but I see it just like this fight , Fury will be too fleet of foot for Joyce .
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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rd350lc wrote: 04 Dec 2022, 05:48 I'd love to see JJ beat Fury, but I see it just like this fight , Fury will be too fleet of foot for Joyce .
Fury’s overall movement is by far his best attribute. But there are a lot of positives with Joyce; he is very hard to discourage, doesn’t seem to care about missing punches, is very persistent with that jab, and reliably jumps on his opponent the second he takes a solid hit.

He could well be a nightmare for Fury.
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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Yep, styles make fights and all that, and Usyk / Joyce both have styles to make it extremely difficult for Fury, albeit for totally different reasons. Really hope one of those fights gets made next.
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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Wee Tommy wrote: 03 Dec 2022, 22:11
dr_devious wrote: 03 Dec 2022, 21:14
deadpan wrote: 03 Dec 2022, 14:52

About 9pm UK time.
Cheers I caught it
Just the ring walk? Wise move 🤣
Haha it was the best bit
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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Their sparring allegedly didn’t go great for JJ. I think Fury of a few years ago would have shut him out. I’m not sure if he’s capable of that style anymore.
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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There is no doubt Del Boy is a brave, guttsy hard so and so.

But, for his own good he should be brought in front of the BBBofC and have his licence revoked.

Alas, the BBBofC will do f*ck all. They are too preoccupied by a certain fighter “taking them to the cleaners”.
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

Post by Wee Tommy »

Glass Joe wrote: 04 Dec 2022, 03:41

after fleecing the public with their sparring session.

Fury and Chisora spend 10% of their purse towards a 5 guys meal.
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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Just watched the fights as wasn't paying and am glad I didn't. Has anyone explained what happened in the Dubois fight as none of the punches especially the last 2 seemed to have touched him ? On the radio they said he had injured his knee but he seemed ok later on. Foster couldn't wait to jump in when he could have given him the between rounds breaks to assess things.
The Fury fight was horrible and the crap afterwards was even worse. It's just embarrassing now listening to Fury and I'd love to see Usyk beat him
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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Kilburn wrote: 04 Dec 2022, 05:53
rd350lc wrote: 04 Dec 2022, 05:48 I'd love to see JJ beat Fury, but I see it just like this fight , Fury will be too fleet of foot for Joyce .
Fury’s overall movement is by far his best attribute. But there are a lot of positives with Joyce; he is very hard to discourage, doesn’t seem to care about missing punches, is very persistent with that jab, and reliably jumps on his opponent the second he takes a solid hit.

He could well be a nightmare for Fury.
JJJ will be a hard nights work for anyone.

However Fury has the tools to win
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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I want Tyson Fury to be no more


Team Usyk all day every day
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

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margaret thatcher wrote: 03 Dec 2022, 18:24
deadpan wrote: 03 Dec 2022, 18:24 I'll fight Joyce but not Usyk...
fury didnt say that did he :oo
not exactly - just being a bit of a wind up merchant as ever
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Re: Round-by-Round: Tyson Fury vs. Derek Chisora III - 3 December 2022

Post by handsofstone »

Anyone else notice Fury's gloves doing that slapping motion in the replays that got Wilder and his fans wet??

He throws it weird, just flicks with it purposely as a blinder to set up the right hand/uppercut, why not a stiff jab ffs he's more than capable, Fury has a shite but effective jab
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