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Irish boy

Fury come back fight.

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Manchester, June 9th.

Opponent yet to be named. 

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If head and heart is in it he would  give AJ massive problems ......

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4 minutes ago, Rob Jones said:

Brilliant. This guy is pure entertainment

He is a decent fighter also 😎 But agree he is funny 😂 

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He's a big pikey type but is he really any good ????? 

Only ever fought Klitschko who was about 63 at the time ....... like a bigger fatter Ricky Hatton to me.

Dunno ........ genuinely. :fish:

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32 minutes ago, nampla69 said:

He's a big pikey type but is he really any good ????? 

Only ever fought Klitschko who was about 63 at the time ....... like a bigger fatter Ricky Hatton to me.

Dunno ........ genuinely. :fish:

He beat Klitsh away from home almost 2 years before AJ fought him, he is a very awkward fighter and a natural heavy weight , he is or was lol.. better than he looks..

he beat Klitsh well , now maybe Klitsch never trained properly  as he thought it would  be an easy fight .....Who knows ?

No idea what he will be like now , he may just be back for 10 million ?  its all a bit smoke and mirrors  now ... WWF almost 

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Agree smoke and mirrors 100%. Joshua is really good but still young. The Pikey I reckon is unfit ......... free awkward massive big guy.

Always remember Barry McGuigan saying hit them low hit them hard then they drop their hands.

Clones cyclone great fighter in his day.:zoro:

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Talking of pikey fighters who remembers Joe "Lethal Weapon" Savage the 42-0 bare knuckle champion calling out Lennox Lewis, Bruno, Tyson and Ruddock to meet him in the ring. I don't think any of them even responded. Former title challenger "Smoking" Bert Cooper did fight him though, with this result...

 

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1 hour ago, thinkingallowed said:

Talking of pikey fighters who remembers Joe "Lethal Weapon" Savage the 42-0 bare knuckle champion calling out Lennox Lewis, Bruno, Tyson and Ruddock to meet him in the ring. I don't think any of them even responded. Former title challenger "Smoking" Bert Cooper did fight him though, with this result...

 

I knew Joe very well over 40 years ago and I was with his sister last November.

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3 hours ago, nampla69 said:

He's a big pikey type but is he really any good ????? 

Only ever fought Klitschko who was about 63 at the time ....... like a bigger fatter Ricky Hatton to me.

Dunno ........ genuinely. :fish:

Check out his hilarious YouTube video after the AJ fight.

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7 hours ago, thinkingallowed said:

Talking of pikey fighters who remembers Joe "Lethal Weapon" Savage the 42-0 bare knuckle champion calling out Lennox Lewis, Bruno, Tyson and Ruddock to meet him in the ring. I don't think any of them even responded. Former title challenger "Smoking" Bert Cooper did fight him though, with this result...

 

That is brilliant. Loved the ring card girl too .... :drinks:

Pro boxer had his defence all in place and just counterpunched with lethal hooks. Pro vs Amateur .......... really great clip mate many thanks. 

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This Saturday, 7 stone worked off -

 

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On 4/12/2018 at 7:23 PM, nampla69 said:

Agree smoke and mirrors 100%. Joshua is really good but still young. The Pikey I reckon is unfit ......... free awkward massive big guy.

Always remember Barry McGuigan saying hit them low hit them hard then they drop their hands.

Clones cyclone great fighter in his day.:zoro:

Young? Joshua is 28, Fury is 29, Wilder 32.

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1 hour ago, stoney said:

Young? Joshua is 28, Fury is 29, Wilder 32.

Wow! 

A whole post without mentioning your hero Tommy Robinson once. 

I'm impressed :p

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Fury v Joshua would be a good one but I reckon Joshua would end it relatively quickly.

Apparently the reason the joshua v wilder fight hasn't happened is because it would be in the states, and they don't reckon Joshua is big enough name there to sell tickets.

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On 4/13/2018 at 3:36 AM, Rob Jones said:

I knew Joe very well over 40 years ago and I was with his sister last November.

you can say you shagged her mate cause it looks like he must have fought 42 primary school kids before fighting bert cooper .

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On 6/5/2018 at 8:15 PM, Irish boy said:

This Saturday, 7 stone worked off -

 

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Still not an athlete for me. This guy will obviously be a patsy for his payday fight and then he will get knocked out.

Joshua v Fury would be one of the biggest of the decade probably, British anyway.

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5 minutes ago, Midnight Moon said:

Still not an athlete for me. This guy will obviously be a patsy for his payday fight and then he will get knocked out.

Joshua v Fury would be one of the biggest of the decade probably, British anyway.

Certainly things will be 'mapped out' to get to the Joshua fight.

Far too much money too be made.

Though I think he'll still have to get past at least one ' half decent' fighter to get there. Maybe Dillian Whyte or similar. 

 

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Reading this thread reminded me of a short Bartley Gorman (King of the Gypsies) video I'd watched and him saying he represented several gypsy families including the Fury one. A small amount of research later I find that Fury is indeed related to Bartley.

From what I remember Bartley Gorman left a much better impression on me after reading his book than Fury could ever do. 

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Just see the size and weight difference here. I know it's his first fight back, but a bit of a joke.

Can see Fury just stalking him till he hits him on the chin, goodnight.

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Fury just walked up and kissed him on the lips :laugh:

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Pikey's kicking off and fighting like f**k in the crowd :laugh:

No cunt's watching the fight, they're all watching the scrapping in the crowd.

 

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Walking out to 'because I got high'.

😂

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1 minute ago, dcfc2007 said:

Walking out to 'because I got high'.

😂

:laugh:

He's very likeable, boxing needs him, big character. 

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1 minute ago, Irish boy said:

:laugh:

He's very likeable, boxing needs him, big character. 

He's a character.

Not many of them in boxing atm.

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