Rückkampf gegen Tyson Fury kam nie zustande. Wie auch immer: Der geschlagene Klitschko konnte die Scharte nie auswetzen. Ein geplanter. Alles sieht nach einem leichten Gang für Wladimir Klitschko aus: Der Schwergewichts-Weltmeister verteidigt seinen Titel zum Mal. Herausforderer des seit. Sehen Sie den Boxkampf zwischen Wladimir Klitschko und Tyson Fury online bei TV j9-radio.com und in der TV NOW App.
Boxen: Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury in Deutschland live sehenSehen Sie den Boxkampf zwischen Wladimir Klitschko und Tyson Fury online bei j9-radio.com und in der TV NOW App. Hier erfahrt Ihr alles zur Übertragung in TV und LIVE-STREAM. sagte Fury, der nach seinem Sieg gegen Klitschko eine schwere Zeit mit. Rückkampf gegen Tyson Fury kam nie zustande. Wie auch immer: Der geschlagene Klitschko konnte die Scharte nie auswetzen. Ein geplanter.
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One of the biggest heavyweight boxing fight of recent times will take place this weekend when undisputed heavyweight champions Wladimir Klitschko takes on Tyson Fury to defend his WBO, WBA and IBF world heavyweight titles on saturday night, 28th November Tyson Fury was trying to wind Klitschko off from the first round with constant talking and taunting during the fight.
It was a terrible fight for pure boxing fans but Fury did make it interesting with his casual style and taunts. Tyson Fury now has a chance to become unified heavyweight champion if he decide to go for only belt left in the division which Deontay Wilder holds.
Wilder has already challenged Fury for the title showdown and that fight will make a lot of sense both money and credential wise. What next for both fighters?
Klitschko , 53 KO has held at least a piece of the heavyweight title for the last 10 years, and the 39 year old has won 22 bouts in a row.
Fury , 18 KO is a monster at 6'9 and will look to put Klitschko on his heels for the first time in many moons.
Join as at Bloody Elbow for live results and play-by-play of the fight. Offer your opinion in the comment section! Round 1 - They're both pawing away and feinting a lot to star.
Fury with a couple of light looping lefts. Both men missing with their jabs. Neither man has landed anything of consequence through the first half of the round.
They clinch up after Fury misses. Jab from Fury. They tie up some more. Fury with a right. Nothing round. Round 2 - Both connect with a jab.
Wlad to the body with a jab. Fury over the top with a right. A couple more jabs from Klitschko. He's walking Fury down but doing nothing with it.
Fury with the jab. Fury with a flurry. Fury with a wide right and two jabs. Another awful round. Round 3 - Fury with his hands down, trying to goad Wlad in.
Hands behind his back now. Klitschko isn't attacking though. Misses a straight right. The crowd going crazy as the action has picked up.
Klitschko with a lead left hook. Fury looked like he felt that one. Fury comes back. Klitschko holding on. Klitschko holding.
Fury's hooks are too wide and he's drilled by a straight right. A right left from Klitschko. Another right from Klitschko. A big left from Klitschko.
That's the bell. Remember the judges, as in all boxing matches, are Mr. Magoo, an Ostrich, and someone threatened by the mafia.
I'll be honest Tyson Fury brought a different fight into the ring that I've ever seen from him. Sky box office: thanks for talking over everything, we didn't want to hear his reaction to winning anyway.
This is my first time in Dusseldorf but I come to Germany often. It's a great place, lots of fun and super nice. All Klitschko has done is fight the guys that everyone wanted him to fight and beat them.
He's a 39 year old man who got beat up tonight and continued the slide we saw in the Jennings fight. But that takes away nothing from his legacy, and it's ridiculous to see people saying, "See?
I told you Wlad sucks. Alright Tyson, I've put money on you now. You better not let me down you jelly-bodied self-uppercutting mental gypsy buffoon.
Spongy ring and hand wrapping controversy isnt the end of the mind games. He's going to leave fury standing in that ring for a while before he walks out.
Boxing came through with that decision, no politics, right person won. Entertaining fight towards the end but overall it wasn't great.
I'll never cease to be impressed by what must be the, uh, physical logistics of Wlad and Hayden Panettiere. Everything you should need is in the main post including the start time.
Those looking for something that isn't there should ask away in the comments using a very specific word if they wish to get some help.
Look out for a mars bar I'll see myself out. One of the Sky reporters in the stadium said that Fury is entering the ring first and is expected to make the ringwalk at 9.
I once met Fury in a bar in Lancaster and he was spraying champagne over the crowd. Hope he can make it back for karaoke Monday night!
I don't know what Jesus has got to do with anything. He'd be absolutely shit in the ring. All the disciples would be going ape-shit.
Except for Judas who had 40 quid on a first round KO. Would anyone on here be surprised if the judges scored a Klitschko win even if the fight continues how it is?
This will be better than that time that Froch knocked out Groves at the Wembley. I forgot how many people were there but I wanna say 80, As a fight it was awful, but as theatre, it was curiously entertaining.
I don't expect Fury to be champ for long but at least it won't be a dull tenure - both inside and outside of the ring! This guy singing the national anthems.
The most charismatic and polarising heavyweight champ since Muhammad Ali. Credit to Tyson and his team.
This is his moment. I dont think it is fair to say that Wladimir is shit or always sucked, the guy is 39 years old, past his prime, all the greats lost in their carrers, Mike Tyson, Ali, Joe Louis and Lennox.
Fuckin A'. So scared we were gonna get a disgusting robbery and another black mark for boxing. Fury vs. Cunningham in , with a 50lb difference and with Cunningham as a underdog.
Tyson ended up winning and definitely learnt from this. His fight against Chisora was much less erratic and a more professional job.
I still think he'll lose tonight but it will go the distance. Fury deserved the win. But he was only landing 7 punches per round, was hardly a dominating performance.
He did what he had to do though. That was the first fight that I've watched in years. W just refused to engage until the end.
I think that he was looking for a hole to unleash his right, which he never saw. It is not his fault the heavyweight scene has lacked serious contenders in recent years, either.
Klitschko has fought, and beaten, all the pretenders to his crown. Yet even in victory we saw in Klitschko a hint of decline—and therein a glimpse of the beginning of the end.
He will not fall short for a lack of fitness. Klitschko's preparation is always meticulous. Eventually, Klitschko's reign has to come to an end.
However, it seems he's in no mood to step down from the heavyweight summit just yet. An opponent like Fury, who has done everything possible to get under his foe's skin, could just bring out the best in Klitschko.
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