Tyson Fury vs Otto Wallin Scorecard by Champion97


scorecard by CHAMPION97
Round
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Total
TYSON FURY
10
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9
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10
9
117
OTTO WALLIN
9
9
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9
9
9
9
9
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10
111

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What do you think of the fight so far?

Champion97's picture

Back foot game not working for Fury so far, he is having success when he pushes Wallin back and fights on the inside. Bad cuts for Fury, he said he can't see, would have been unlucky if the fight had been stopped because of that. One thing I will say, is that if I'm Wilder, I'm looking to open that cut in the rematch, as early as I can, and just the jab is enough.

GoldenAgeComics's picture

One thing to say is if I am anybody I'm looking to open that cut

Champion97's picture

It doesn't matter about anybody else, at least not for the time being, Wilder is Fury's next opponent, unless Ortiz gets revenge, but my point is, Wilder has a vulnerability to focus on, those cuts will a permanent vulnerability, Wilder 99% needs to land a clean power shot to put Fury down, but it is a lot easier to land a jab, glancing left hook, just to open a cut, and if Wilder can cut him, he gives himself a much better chance of winning.

Does that change your opinion on the rematch at all? I noticed that when he was on the back foot it wouldn't really work, but when he bullied Wallin he was having success.

Champion97's picture

I'll get back to you on that when I've seen the rest of the fight.

SalTnutZ1's picture

Watch the shot and his reaction from it that he takes in the 12th on top of the rest of the fight, and see how his stamina starts depleting quicker in this fight. I think it gives Wilders chances a big boost, beyond just the cut.

Champion97's picture

One thing I will say is I don't like Ben Davidson as a trainer, no fighter should be older than his trainer, the best trainers in boxing have experience, a good trainer knows how to maximise his fighter's fitness without draining him, not giving him time to recover in and after camp. Fury as well, was talking about fighting in December, when a world level fighter is talking about 3 fights in one year, he is not fighting good enough opponents, maybe he thought Wallin would be another Schwarz, didn't look any better on paper.

SalTnutZ1's picture

And after the cut, seemed like they were willing to coast it out, thinking it was a headbutt which would lead to a foul stoppage. Took the ESPN crew to go over and tell Ben that it was actually ruled a punch following the official replay. You can tell this, as as soon as they found out, Fury started actually pressing and leaning on Wallin, trying to wear him down and protect the eye, and he still managed to get caught in the 12th with another big one that nearly changed the fight again. No one from his team followed up with the commission to make sure that the ref had the right call of a heabutt, when they knew replay was possible in this fight. This has gotten some flack, as it seemed like ESPN protecting their investment, and most agree, that Wallin would not have been afforded the same courtesy should the situation have been reversed. Just seemed completely mismanaged, and Tyson’s dad thought so, too. There was a reason they brought Freddie in for a camp. Fury most definitely needs a new team. Ben is fine as a motivator for Tyson to stay healthy and in shape, but has no business running the corner on his own.

SalTnutZ1's picture

Know it wouldn’t happen, but a guy like BoMac, and being in a camp with Crawford’s team could be really good for Tyson. He always seems to get the most out of his guys, and that team as a whole seems pretty damn good.

Champion97's picture

I still think Fury beats Wilder, but I think it will be a more entertaining fight.

GoldenAgeComics's picture

If Wilder loses to Ortiz in that rematch, Fury vs Ortiz anyone????? It woudn't go down to badly for me !