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    Quote Originally Posted by Babycakes View Post
    Fury beat a prime unbeaten Dereck Chisora and has beaten Steve Cunningham he uses the tools he has cant fault him for that and no point talking about size difference its the Heavyweight division if small guys don't like it they can move down. Dont get me wrong you speak a lot of sense but I just think Tyson is young enough to go places no English heavyweight has gone before and rule the division for maybe even 10 years.
    Chisora fought Fury after Wladimir Klitschko pulled out twice against him, first time due to injury and the second to take the Haye fight. Chisora was not fit that night and was terrible. Chisora was definitely not in his prime either. If Chisora cared like he did against Helenius he would have beaten Fury.

    That was Chisora's worst loss because it is a fight he should have won, had he applied himself right. Lots not forget John Mc Dermott was absolutely robbed blind against Fury because Terry O' Conner was blind as a bat that night and should never be allowed to judge after that robbery.

    Also, how can you say Chisora was in his prime. He has no power or speed, so judging whether Chisora is in his prime or not is complete nonsense. He is a fighter who relies on outworking you, grinding you down and frustrating you by being so durable. He has skill alright but his durability is what makes him a fighter.
    Last edited by Briano; 26-07-2013 at 07:58 PM.

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