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  • Ah, Tyson Fury's daddy says the Deontay Wilder can be roughed up and beaten up by Tyson Fury.

  • Interesting stuff, man.

  • Cause that I do believe Peter Theory believes what he says.

  • And I do believe that Peter Fury or is a big job theory.

  • Excuse me, Big John Furey is Ah is honest guy, man.

  • He's going to say what he believes, man, whether you like it or not.

  • And the move to the current Jim or the crunk fighter Sugar Hill makes sense that that's the approach that he would take isn't going to be a successful approach.

  • Not so sure, but let's talk about that in this video.

  • All right.

  • Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder Huge fight coming up at the end of this month.

  • Today is February 6th, so we are just about 16 days out, two weeks in two days away from what might very well be the biggest fight of this year.

  • And it's a big tree to get what could be the biggest fight of the year, Uh, happening in the very beginning of the year.

  • Like it it's not.

  • It's not not.

  • Wait until made now wait until November for the fight, so I'm excited about it.

  • I think a lot of people excited about it, it's a fight that you really could go is a potential for to go either way, either.

  • People are saying that Deontay Wilder is gonna knock him out or knocked Tyson fury out.

  • That or the Tyson Fury is going to outbox Deontay Wilder.

  • But with some of the things that we've seen over the last week, a TTE least Tyson Fury's team is posturing that it's gonna be a little bit different that it will be a combination of those two viewpoints.

  • But Dion?

  • It'll be Tyson Fury knocking out Deontay Wilder now.

  • Tyson Fury said in his press conference that he doesn't believe that he can get a decision against Deontay Wilder in the United States, and as a result, he is going for a knockout and he think he's gonna knock out Deontay Wilder in two rounds Now.

  • My original thought about that was this.

  • If you think you could have knocked out Deontay Wilder and two rounds, you would have done it the first time.

  • Okay, there ain't No, it ain't rocket science, homie, if you thought that you were strong enough and you could maul and beat up and walk through Deontay Wilder.

  • It's and you could have done it.

  • And you can execute this game plan that you're looking execute.

  • You would have done that last fight and also you would have done that.

  • The last fight with Deontay Wilder.

  • And also you would have done that with Sophy Sophy.

  • Eerie.

  • You would have done that with Francisco Panetta.

  • You would have done that with with, um, whatever out awhile in and you would have a lot of Eileen and you would have done it with time.

  • Schwartz you would have done.

  • You would have done it with them.

  • Why all of a sudden after 28 or 29 fights and being a professional fighter for 67?

  • You know, I don't know how long he's been a professional, what, eight years, maybe eight years.

  • Something like that.

  • Nine years being a professional that long?

  • Why do you just all of a sudden, figure out that you can walk through guys and stop him in two rounds, especially an undefeated champion that has over 40 knockouts?

  • So if you come to him, there is going to be something waiting on you when you get there right now.

  • That was my that was my thought when he said it, Deontay Wilder said.

  • Yeah, man, Tyson Fury doesn't believe that himself.

  • He said.

  • Danny Wilde says, I don't know what to think about it, many trying to throw me off or whatever.

  • You know, Deontay Wilder is gonna have his game plan and he's gonna go in there and try to execute his game plan.

  • Tyson Fury is gonna execute.

  • Try to execute his game plan.

  • The major part of that is to try to stay awake now.

  • But when when, uh when, uh, Tyson Fury's father said that he thinks that he can rough up rough up Deontay Wilder.

  • You know that makes me believe that that is something that this camp is pushing and a very well might do that because we're very much well might attempt to do that.

  • I have seen Tyson fury in spots, have a lot of success roughing up smaller guys.

  • He did that with he did that with um in his last fight after he got that cut against against Otto violin after I was in the second round after out of Eileen opened his eye up right and he was bleeding all over the place and a fight that, you know, man do Tyson Fury gets a lot of breaks, man.

  • He's getting a lot of breaks, man.

  • A lot of him from from the count bye and being allowed to fight on by Jack Reese told the referee, letting his do fight with his I had What is the, you know, half of his forehead ripped open in that with that cut in a fight that by anybody else would have been stopped, You know what I mean?

  • It would have been stopped or anybody else.

  • He kept going.

  • But in that fight, after he got cut, he was leaning forward.

  • Try leaning on Otto violin, putting his weight on island of Otto violin, throwing a bunch of shots and out of violent.

  • It gets what you saw in that fight when he was leaning on out of Eileen and doing all that stuff.

  • What he was doing was not knocking out Otto Valine, okay?

  • He was laying on him punch, you know, fighting on the inside, laying his head up against the laying his head up against his chest protecting that cut.

  • And the whole time I never saw Otto Valine ever seriously are even I never saw him seriously hurt by by Tyson Fury.

  • Now the thought is that another one, My thought.

  • Is that another change?

  • Signal that and this is an obvious one.

  • Everyone.

  • It was going to, Ah, Sugar Hill in the crunch gym because that is where Vladimir Klitschko learned his.

  • Who has a glass jaw famous for having a glass jaw learn his jabbing, grab style, right jab and grab, jabbing.

  • Grab one jab right, Fall over, You grab you push you off, jab right hand, that type of stuff.

  • But that all felt that all fell by the wayside when he started when he fought, for the most part, when he fought guys that were taller guys.

  • So if that is a particular style of roughing roughing people up, that that Tyson Fury is looking forward looking to a man, I guess it's better than sitting out the sitting.

  • I'm sitting out there on the outside and waiting to get get waiting to get connected, but I don't know if that's really gonna work with Deontay Wilder.

  • Deontay Wilder really can do something that people don't give this due credit for.

  • Deontay Wilder can knock you out and at close quarters in round nine of their fight, Deontay Wilder knocked out Tyson fury in close quarters.

  • That wasn't a scenario in the first knockout, where he was reaching and caught and caught Tyson fury on the on the end of his punches.

  • He caught Tyson fury when Tyson Fury's head was right by his shoulder and he was.

  • He dipped down Deonte.

  • Wilder was right on top of him, Boom!

  • Clipped him on the top of the head and knocked him down.

  • If you're gonna try to rough up Deontay Wilder and push forward on deonte wild or you're gonna be there for that And there's another thing about Deontay Wilder, Deontay Wilder can fight going backwards.

  • As we've learned as we've learned with, uh with Arthur Spilker, Arthur Spilker was pressing Deontay Wilder up against the ropes.

  • That's where he was.

  • Arthur Spilker was jabbing, trying to come in, be moving his head left to right, getting on the inside.

  • And then as he threw one, Deontay Wilder dipped underneath it right.

  • It was It was more of a right hook in a straight right, but a right hook boom, legs twitching.

  • You're out of there, man.

  • He could knock you out.

  • Going forward.

  • He can knock you out, going backwards.

  • He can knock you out on the inside.

  • He could knock you out on the outside.

  • So I'm not quite sure what roughing him up is gonna accomplish other than making the fight very, very boring and hoping that the refs are scoring inside tippy Tappy punches and modeling it.

  • If he does that, it's going to be much more difficult for Oh, I guess maybe he'll do that.

  • And then he'll push him off and throw a couple jabs.

  • No, Throw a couple jabs, stick his tongue out, shake his belly and count the runaround.

  • Do Ah, do it, Mikey Garcia, Pump.

  • Yeah, you know, that's gonna be a hard thing.

  • That's gonna be hard thing to pull off, man.

  • Deante.

  • While the fact of the matter is this Deontay Wilder is a very, very hard man to beat.

  • And despite despite the fact that he's clearly a very hard man to beat, you continually have people talk about how easy it is to beat him.

  • I like, but David Haye said, though was this and this and I like to detonate.

  • That is what I was gonna say.

  • Devon Haynie.

  • I got Devon Haynie.

  • I'm reminding.

  • Probably.

  • I'm gonna do a video on him and, uh, Evan Davis next.

  • But when David Haye, the former heavyweight I don't know, he's definitely a cruiserweight champion.

  • I don't think he ever really held a share of the heavyweight belt, but he was a former cruiserweight titlist out of the UK at fought Wladimir Klitschko.

  • I think you know, he got knocked out too long not too long ago by Tony Bell.

  • You in his last fight.

  • But it was a good fighter at the time and he talked about Deontay Wilder sparring matches.

  • Now this is the David Hey that people out of the UK have been saying dominated Deontay Wilder and sparring.

  • And you know all that sparring crap that always seems to come out of the UK always seems to come up out of there.

  • But so he was close.

  • It dominated Deontay Wilder.

  • But what he says about Deontay Wilder when he's asked about him is that he hurt him worse with with 16 hours gloves on then then Wladimir Klitschko hurt him with 10 hours gloves.

  • Or is it 12 hours?

  • Gloves?

  • So with the sparring Glad gloves versus the fight gloves.

  • That's how hard Deontay Wilder hits.

  • It's nothing.

  • It is very serious, but you would swear that people don't like.

  • They think that.

  • I think they're truly believe that their people that have in their minds, that 40 guys took dives against Deontay Wilder.

  • It's absolutely incredible.

  • But anyway, I'm looking forward to the fight.

  • We'll keep talking about it as it comes up.

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