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Squared Stupid says.., “I bet you’re the type of creepy old a$$h0le who believes a women deserves to get gang raped when she wears a skirt in public.”


I’m a conservative, pro-life, and believe matrimoney should be between a man and women. That’s just me.

However… one reason I’m a Democrat, is I support women’s rights, and was glad when Obama appointed more female representation on the Supreme Court.

I always pushed for women’s rights.. I have a lot of women in my life.. ALL women need equal opportunity and have a right to equal wages and to be treated on a par with men.

You’re a real hater… bone deep.

Posted July 28, 2014 3:29 am 


Bill Patrice Jones says.., “Tark you think current Fury would handle 1993 Holyfield. You have ZERO credibility.”

He’s KILL him… Too big, tall, strong, tough, and hard punching… Evander was a little bitty heavyweight who would have little chance against such a gigantic heavyweight.

Let’s see you pick winners… You said Fury beats Ustinov easy and knocks him out — and was in tremendous shape for a boxer… I LMAO when you said that.

I said Fury was in TERRIBLE SHAPE and seemed to be intimidated when they went face to face… Turned out I was right.

Posted July 28, 2014 3:10 am 


Squared Stupid… You’re rewriting my life story again… and attributing attitudes and opinions to me I don’t have — just because I disagreed with you on Canelo-Lara.

You’re a real asszole

I used to travel to the ghetto every day for boxing.. And later to coach boxers.. I once stopped a group of about 12 punks from beating the life out of a guy.. My clothes, worth over 500 bucks, were destroyed in the farcus. I had about 5 superficial cuts form beer bottles and the like — but I probably saved this guy’s life who I didn’t even know. When I later went to visit him in the hospital I didn’t even like him.

I’ve been in some vicious street fights as a kid too.. Didn’t start them, but one kid had about 5 operations on his face after I smashed him with a full force left hook, and knocked his friend out as well.. I was 16, and crushed his face with one shot.. I was over 200lbs by that age. I could do 30 pullups and 200 pushups.. Every day I did as many as I could. I lived in a rough neighborhood so my dad had me doing pushups, pullups, and situps from the time I was 8, taught me how to box, and made me run windsprints.

I still work out every day to this day… It’s a habit… I’m in better shape than just about anybody.

Posted July 28, 2014 3:03 am 

Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. LionKing)

“No small wonder you’re looney tunes with deranged viewpoints…You were a stupid, arrogant punk to challenged those young toughs to begin with.”

1) I don’t expect a soft 70-year-old man from a different generation who’s never lived in a ghetto to understand how these punk gang bangers jump people. In your day, people didn’t get ambushed and attacked for no reason whatsoever. But it shows just how disconnected you are to the harsh reality of our big city streets.

2) I never said a single word to them or starred in their direction. That’s the truth.

3) It was dark and I got hit with a KO punch in the jaw from behind without any warning whatsoever. It knocked me down, but not out. Then all four of them started kicking me as hard as they could. Broken ribs, dislocated elbow and a serious concussion, but no permanent damage.

4) What they did doesn’t make them “tough,” it makes them cowardly pu$$ies because not a single one of them would’ve fought me one-on-one. A gangster is by definition a pu$$y because they need a bunch of their boyz to help them beat people and carry out crimes.

5) You would NOT have survived that attack, TARD. You would have died from the injuries that I suffered, face down in a dark parking lot. That I can assure you.

6) Because you believe I deserved that, I bet you’re the type of creepy old a$$h0le who believes a women deserves to get gang raped when she wears a skirt in public. TARDs inner thoughts: “You know she wanted it…you could tell by the way she was walking in that short skirt and because she was all alone. She wanted it, so she deserved it…that dirty little wh0re! Let those innocent young men out of jail, they didn’t do anything wrong — and neither did Mike Tyson.”

Posted July 26, 2014 4:07 pm 


Bill Patrice Jones

Tark you think current Fury would handle 1993 Holyfield. You have ZERO credibility

Posted July 26, 2014 3:02 pm


Posted July 26, 2014 4:05 pm 


these bums would not of got a job in the bum of the month club Era. period.

Posted July 26, 2014 4:04 pm 


Hate fury, when will some knock him out and shut him up

Posted July 26, 2014 4:02 pm 



Bill Patrice Jones makes excuses.. “Joe Fraizer couldn’t swim because he NEVER SAW A SWIMMING POOL in his poverty stricken upbringing.” … LOL

There’s tons of lakes, rivers, and swimming holes.
this is funny…Bill are you American by any chance?

Posted July 26, 2014 3:45 pm 

Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. LionKing)

Bill Patrice Jones: Great job spanking TARD and making him your little b*tch! This lying charlatan claims to be a former trainer who’s trained hundreds of fighters — many of which went on to become successful pros….LMAO. Is it any wonder that he refuses to reveal his name or any of the names of the fighters he claims to have trained??? Of course not.

Because the old man is 100% full of sh*t. Plain and simple. You can by how outlandish and off base many of his posts are. Plus he doesn’t know how to score a fight that’s a major RED FLAG. Keep on taking this fool to school, Bill!

Posted July 26, 2014 3:43 pm 


real fight fans dont watch modern Hw fights. they leave that comedy for the under 21 plastic fans.

Posted July 26, 2014 3:28 pm 

Bill Patrice Jones

Tark you think current Fury would handle 1993 Holyfield. You have ZERO credibility

Posted July 26, 2014 3:02 pm 


TARK has no friends left……….

Posted July 26, 2014 1:37 pm 


Squared Stupid.., You were an idiot to begin with—but getting your brains kicked in socccer ball style elevated the process.. Sad.. That must have been fun for those bangers..

No small wonder you’re looney tunes with deranged viewpoints.. You were a stupid, arrogant punk to challenged those young toughs to begin with.

Posted July 26, 2014 1:24 pm 



Posted July 26, 2014 1:09 pm 

Bill Patrice Jones

Tark Joe Fraizer couldn’t swim because he NEVER SAW A SWIMMING POOL in his poverty stricken upbringing. Fraizer’s level of roadwork was documented to be astounding. You can’t be relentless for the 15 round distance without being in top condition. He lost to Foreman like that because it was a stylistic nightmare, he had two easy pick title defenses beforehand, and because Foreman was a monstrous puncher who caught him perfectly. Tark, the ability to absorb punches is also a sign of fitness, not just your chin. Look at Samuel Peter. He was much fitter in his first fight with Wladimir so that meant he took the shots better, he still took all those monstrous right hands in the rematch but they gassed him much quicker. Next you’ll be saying Samuel peter had a better engine than Fraizer. Your hatred for; Fraizer, Foreman and Ali is palpable. You know boxing, but I can’t take anyone seriously who compares current Tyson Fury with prime Bowe, and who confidently asserts that Wladimir’s resume is stronger than Lewis’

Posted July 26, 2014 5:57 am 


Tark it sounds like you just hit a nerve there. 1-0 to Tark.

Posted July 26, 2014 5:17 am 

Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. LionKing)

TARD: Listen you lying sack of sh*t. Nobody has ever beaten me into a coma or caused me permanent brain injury. I have an iron chin and it took four of those wannabe gangster, cowardly pu$$ies repeatedly kicking me in the head (soccer ball style) to finally knock me out.

But I wasn’t out for long and if they hadn’t of run off like a bunch of little b*tches, I would have shot and executed every one of them. I only hope that you get to experience that same sort of ambush assault someday, TARD. At that point, you certainly wouldn’t be poking fun at the situation. But you can’t even fight your old @$$ out of wet paper bag, let alone win a fair one-on-one fight. So just STFU you BIG mouth b*tch!!!

Posted July 26, 2014 5:01 am 


These English stones is the most stupid weight measure in the world.

Now let’s hope that Ustinov knocks that fury fool the spark out.

Posted July 26, 2014 4:51 am 


Squared Stupid.., You’re just angry because those gang bangers beat you into a coma and left you for dead.. Now your brains are scrambled.. I’m sorry that incident lowered your IQ by 50 points, and your veg brain can’t tell what’s going on.

Bill Patrice Jones is performing about as well a Joe Frazier did in the Super Stars Competition… If you want to laugh your ass off go to YouTube and look up “Joe Frazier Swimming.” You see what kind of an “engine” he had.

Posted July 26, 2014 4:41 am 

Squared-Circle Real Talk (a.k.a. LionKing)

Bill Patrice Jones just bent TARD over his knee and spanked him like a petulant child…LOL.

Posted July 26, 2014 4:21 am 


Bill Patrice Jones.., “Smoking Joe Fraizer trained about as arduously as any heavyweight in history. His engine was beyond belief. He could throw punches in round 15 most fighters would be tired of after 2 rounds. Fraizer never came close to attaining a ripped athletic looking physique, but a knowing eye would tell you he was in tremendous shape.” … LMFAO!!! Frazier in SHAPE??? NEVER!!!!

Frazier’s engine wasn’t beyond belief… He got tired very easily… He had a steel head and could absorb a thousand punches. He was bigger and stronger than the super small and super weak heavyweights he was fighting.. He had a natural left hook that could mow little weak guys down, but didn’t bother Big George Foreman at all.

That doesn’t mean he was conditioned.

Frazier never fought anybody who was in shape until he fought the 6’3″ X 217 George Foreman. Foreman was well trained for that fight — and that fight ONLY.

Frazier couldn’t last 2 rounds because: 1, He couldn’t match Foreman’s pace… 2, He didn’t have the physical strength to match up with George… 3, He didn’t have the punching power to match up with George… 4, He just couldn’t match the combination of height, size, strength, and punching power as mustered by Foreman.

When Joe Frazier entered the “Super Stars Competition” He came in last in swimming… last in running… last in bicycling… and last in the entire competition… proving that he didn’t have top conditioning or endurance compared to other top athletes in other more competitive sports.

Posted July 26, 2014 4:06 am 

burst a buble

Ruslan Changev is the true champion out there. No heavy will beat him as he will prove to show. Ustinov and perez were both in talks with Changev for his first defence but bottled it and went in other routes. Its now down to two guys, either oné will be hard and will make it a great world title defence for Changev

Posted July 26, 2014 3:47 am 

Bill Patrice Jones

Tark; Fury wants Stiverne because his promoters have given him a plan. Win the WBC title, and then because you’re a big enough star start filling out arenas for defenses against faded former big names; Shannon Briggs, Hasim Rahman, Samuel Peter. This makes Fury very very big money and he can all the while keep talking smack about destroying Wladimir. Don’t be surprised if Fury wins the WBC belt that he will almost certainly start calling himself the ‘true’ champion of the world.

Posted July 26, 2014 3:28 am 

Bill Patrice Jones

Oh For Christsake enough with this Malik Scott taking a dive BS. Anyone remotely educated knows that match fixing, or pre arranged falls, in any sport are a result of one thing and one thing only. Money. The reason why fighters took so many dives historically is because they literally did not have the capacity to make over time what someone on minimum wage would. That was the genesis of the cricket Pakistan scandal recently, the players just don’t earn enough (hence my sympathy for them). For Malik Scott to take a dive you would have to believe that Wilder is such a HUGE star with such HUGE bankability and fame that the money they could offer him for a dive would be better than his purse. You could get a Mike Tyson opponent to take a dive easily, he’s such a huge PPV attraction his handlers could easily afford to offer the opponent more than his purse. I don’t think it was a dive but that’s why the suspicion that Clifford Ettiene was paid to lay down in the 1st against Tyson, in his first fight after Lewis, is infinitely more believable than the Scott dive theory. They wanted Tyson to look like a destroyer and earn the big money Lewis rematch. We know little about Wilder, but his power is TOTALLY legitimate. Lyakhovic said he’d never been hit so hard and fast in his whole life. Jameel Mccline, Hasim Rahman, Dominick Guinn and a host of other former champions/contenders are all on record saying that from sparring Wilder they think he’s an all time hard puncher. Now the Stiverne fight is so interesting because Bermane has a very well proven chin. During Samuel Peter’s heyday he was always a sparring partner because he was one of the only guys who could his shots.

Posted July 26, 2014 3:24 am 


I don’t know Russian but I can translate …… ‘I do love cuddley toys’. Give you credit Tyson … You are one funny bloke.

Posted July 26, 2014 3:19 am 


That’s better Tark. Doesn’t address the issue of Wilders low quality opponents and untested quality and largely unknown skills and ability. I agree with your assessment of this fight however. An interesting fight as a late replacement. Not the norm. How ready is Fury to adapt to the change in size of opponent? How ready is Ustinov? Very intriguing fight. Would be a good one even if it had been scheduled.

Posted July 26, 2014 3:04 am 

Bill Patrice Jones

Smoking Joe Fraizer trained about as arduously as any heavyweight in history. His engine was beyond belief. He could throw punches in round 15 most fighters would be tired of after 2 rounds. Fraizer never came close to attaining a ripped athletic looking physique, but a knowing eye would tell you he was in tremendous shape. Fury doesn’t look quite as good here as he did in Belgium while training for Haye, I have a latent suspicion he maybe partied for a day or two in frustration after the pullout?, however he’s in great shape. If you do the 5 miles road work, the 3 hours sparring, the 2 hours conditioning, the hour on the pads, the hour on the bag, the hours drill work with all the stretching and toughening that goes with it for three to six months and this is how you look then you’re in shape.

Posted July 26, 2014 2:59 am 

Weed Smoker

Fury is stoned on 18 joints and Ustinov smoked 5 oz of sticky green with 20 pizzas so I predict that Fury wins, since according to the headline he’s less high.

Posted July 26, 2014 2:51 am 

Bill Patrice Jones

Tark not everyone’s physically capable of attaining that physique. Physicality, frame, natural shape and condition are wildly misunderstood concepts. When Haye fought Ruiz he still looked more sensational than most heavyweights past or present, but he wasn’t in shape.

Posted July 26, 2014 2:49 am 

Weed Smoker

Wilder’s a protected nobody who beats up his haggard women and is a convicted felon. That’s why the England kicked him out and he can’t fight there. Maybe Wladimir will hide him on a banana boat to sneak him into his next training camp.

Posted July 26, 2014 2:24 am 

Tinker bell

In the battle between Godzilla and King Kong, I quite fancy Kongy, mainly because he has a soft side, looks after his girl, never bashes her, and doesn’t duck anyone. He even took on the US airforce. Godzilla is a brute, but is a bit bad tempered, lacks a real sense of humour, makes a lot of noise, has been known to breath fire. He has been known to go into hibernation for long periods. In this battle of the bohemoths, I’ll go for Kongy. I hope his never punched girlfriend joins him on the reinforced ring after the epic battle.

Posted July 26, 2014 1:43 am 


This is supposed to be an eliminator for Klitschko.. Wilder vs Scott was the eliminator for Stiverne.. Fury better shut up about Stiverne because that’s not who he’s in line for. He’s not going t step in front of Wilder.

I believe he’ll stop Ustinov, but Alex will plant a couple good ones on his kisser first. Ustinov hit Pulev real good. He quit against Pulev but he was about 25 pounds overweight. He was hurt. He took some real good shots so he did the Max Baer thing — took a knee and waited for the full count to toll.

When Ron Stander fought Joe Frazier for the title he came back to his corner after the 4th round and said, “that’s enough for me.”

Posted July 26, 2014 1:38 am 


Oh please Tark. I normally read and respect your considered posts but really! Malik Scott is a b level fighter who dropped as instructed from a blow that wouldn’t have knocked the skin off a rice pudding. I accept the points you make about Ali and Foreman but your point about do we know what talent Wilder has? He hasn’t fought anyone worth a crap yet. Now he maybe the heir to Wlad but he is so untested that we have NO idea of his ability. And 31 at best very average opponents does suggest that there is a certain lack of confidence in Camp Wilder

Posted July 26, 2014 1:13 am 

Young Don

What’s the deal with Fury fighting one of the Klits!

Posted July 25, 2014 11:28 pm 


Ustinov looks terrific. What a ripped physique.

Posted July 25, 2014 10:14 pm 

Jeff Sorby

Posted July 25, 2014 9:31 pm 

Cuddly Toy

Posted July 25, 2014 9:06 pm 


Fury’s never had a body builder’s physic, but I’ve seen him show up heavier in 2 previous bouts. After he wins this this one by exhausting Ustinov with a mid round TKO, he’ll take on Wilder for a huge purse. Tyson’s in it for the money.

Posted July 25, 2014 9:01 pm 


oh no you didn’t use malik scott as the reason wilder deserves a title shot!! he fell over for his mate in the first round because he was told to make him look good and take him a few rounds by the promoter got pissed off by the insult and went down like a fairy blowing a troll. wilder is about to be exposed, at least he should have a decent pension to cash in when WK smashes him

Posted July 25, 2014 8:30 pm 


I agree!! Fury is one hilarious guy though, I will give him that. He picks and chooses his fights then he talks like he has the biggest pair in the world.

In need of some long overdue humbling.

Posted July 25, 2014 8:18 pm 


I hope fury gets knocked the F out and end this stupid hype train

Posted July 25, 2014 8:13 pm 


If u dont lyk my comment, F U!!!

Why dont you just toss off, u f**king scum

Posted July 25, 2014 8:10 pm 

Fight Aficionado

“Fury looks in decent shape to me, as does Ustinov. It’s boxing, not a body building contest.” – That’s what they used to say about Chris Arreola. Fury looked firmer when he outboxed Kevin Johnson. I still predict a TKO win for Fury but I don’t like his weight. We’ll see…

Posted July 25, 2014 7:45 pm 

Fight Aficionado

“Google is your friend and I’m sure you could find out yourself, but a stone is 14 pounds so Ustonov is 280.5 pounds, Fury 252.5 pounds (I’m assuming the reference to ounces is a mistake, LOL!).” – Thanks Chris. I don’t know where a conversion site is on the Internet. Fact is we shouldn’t have to search for one when we read a US-based website.

Posted July 25, 2014 7:42 pm 


Lmfao I like to see wilder ko fury within 3 rounds

Posted July 25, 2014 7:33 pm 


Body building shape is obviously not anything close to what you’re looking for in Boxing.

A lithe, lean, powerful, ripped, and responsive physique that you see the most elite athletes of any individual sport possessing. Klitschko, Mayweather, Haye, Ward, etc. I don’t see that body on Fury.

Posted July 25, 2014 6:58 pm 

St Vitus Dance

Fury looks in decent shape to me, as does Ustinov. It’s boxing, not a body building contest.

Posted July 25, 2014 6:30 pm 


Who cares both looked out of shape

Posted July 25, 2014 6:25 pm 


Bill Partrice Jones.., “Fury looks in incredible shape. Definition on his stomach muscles, powerful athletic chest, long athletic arms, thick neck and overall just very fit looking for such a big man.”

Hmmm… Soft and flabby = incredible conditioning.

Then what did you think of David Haye’s steel-hard physique on the night he smashed Dereck Chisora??? That was about the best shape I’ve ever seen a heavyweight in, frankly. There’s a strong visual contrast, so I guess you must think Haye was in lousy condition.

Posted July 25, 2014 6:08 pm 


Ustinov weighs around 280 and Fury weighs around 250

Posted July 25, 2014 6:00 pm 


“WTF do these figures correspond to in pounds?”

One “stone” is 14 lbs.

Posted July 25, 2014 5:59 pm 


Fury’s body looks soft and awful as normal. How has a 25 year old pro athlete got love handles and skinny arms?!!

Posted July 25, 2014 5:39 pm 


Tyson trying so make fun and call ustinov names, ustinov can hardly speak english.
Tyson is sick in his head and all that sh*t talk about klitschko is behind haye and chisoras injuries. wtf, as they don’t have enough sh*t going on their country.
I want fury to loose but I want him to win so wladimir can KO that lunatic.
I think wlad will end fury early, his chin won’t hold up, but fury is already talking about stiverne, he’s trying to duck wlad.
He knows wlad defends all his belts, if he becomes mandatory to one of wlads belt he will get the fight

Posted July 25, 2014 5:33 pm 


Quite funny reading peoples defending comments for Fury, never thought id see the day, I see its went from 12 to 10 rounds too.

Posted July 25, 2014 5:14 pm 

brza da originator

Don t judge fury on fights when he was a drug taking binge drinking teenager into his early 20s . He was nt dedicated to the sport n was winning fights on pure fighting mentality n heart . Plus it takes a 6 9 man longer to get his body coordination down he s moving way better n doing everything wit more fluidity now . Give this guy a chance n judge him from here on in . I think this guy can take over the division in the next few years remember hes only 25 n has been largely inactive ( through no fault of his own ) the last 2.5 yrs

Posted July 25, 2014 5:12 pm 

Bill Patrice Jones

Mitt Fury looks in incredible shape. Definition on his stomach muscles, powerful athletic chest, long athletic arms, thick neck and overall just very fit looking for such a big man. Everyone is built differently. I’ve looked ripped to shreds before and been drinking, not training and resting. And I’ve looked softer slight pot belly smooth undefined arms and been in superb condition for competing. Trust me, Fury is in seriously good shape here

Posted July 25, 2014 4:43 pm 


What’s up with fury skinny arms? Is he sick? -_-

Posted July 25, 2014 4:42 pm 

fruit and veg


Posted July 25, 2014 4:15 pm 


Ustinov weighs 20 stone and no love handles. Fury weighs 18 stone with a flabby lower back. He’s not as soft as Chris Arreola, but I would think he’d be better prepared for a title eliminator. This is an important fight for Tyson, and he’s treating it like a walkover. I’m really tempted to take a flyer on Ustinov. He seems to be intelligent. He could pull this off if it goes 9-12 rounds. The odds look tempting.

The way he looks, Fury is lucky Chisora isn’t showing up.

Posted July 25, 2014 4:08 pm 


gumboot.., Ali and Foreman didn’t beat anyone good before they got their first title shots. They were HUGE underdogs too… but upset the applecart.

At least Wilder blitzed Malik Scott in seconds. Scott is a damned good boxer and couldn’t get a shot off.

Lack of fights helps you sneak up on a champion. He thinks he’s going t blow you over and is often mistaken.

Phil Jackson.., “Give me basketball players with talent, talent, and more talent… I don’t need them to have experience.”

Experience is very valuable… but talent beats experience.

Posted July 25, 2014 3:45 pm 


Are they both meant to have Love Handles at their Age.

Posted July 25, 2014 3:32 pm 

klaus heisler

Ustinov looks in shape – I really don’t see how he is a 6-1 underdog… that’s got to be worth a score (£20 to yanks)

Posted July 25, 2014 3:25 pm 


Agree Tark, those three don’t mean Fury is worthy of a title shot but Wilder appears to have one and look at the quality of his”opposition”. It isn’t right but it is reality. A long series of bums can get a fighter a shot.

Posted July 25, 2014 3:09 pm 


all they can do today is Trash talk. shame they cant fight.

Posted July 25, 2014 3:07 pm 

Bo Bo Olson

He needs a personality as a foreigner?
Mouthy folks get shot with an AK-47 where he comes from.

Forgot, some folks just love Wrestling and it’s buffoons.

We have Ali to blame for such crap. Before that and for quite a while after….I’ll murder the bum….was considered low class trash talking.
The reason why Ali hated Frazier was Frazier had supported him monetarily, when Ali was broke between championships, and no one else did.
Ali was clever, but Frazier could read, and write too. Ali couldn’t.

I guess modern trash talk is high classed for folks that watch all the re-runs of Beevis and Butthead.

Posted July 25, 2014 3:00 pm 



Posted July 25, 2014 2:59 pm 

Another Boxing Fan

Most probably Fury will incur his first loss, but to lose by Ustinov is not that shameful, I don’t see many fighters capable to beat him.

Posted July 25, 2014 2:42 pm 


I don’t know what all the fuss is over Fury. I would be really embarrassed as a boxing fan to say that Fury is champion of the world. I would say the same thing about Price as well. These two guys are the worst adverts for someone representing our sport as the pinnacle of boxing. I think they are perfect human beings but Price is even stiffer than good old Frank and Fury looks and fights like a bloke after a bender and ten pints inside him. I like Fury. He’s a fun guy, but I have seen nothing that makes me think he can carry the heavyweight division. But, then again this is the poorest division I can remember.

Posted July 25, 2014 2:42 pm 


553 pounds of blubber in the Ring. pure class.

Posted July 25, 2014 2:40 pm 


If u dont lyk my comment, F U!!!

Ustinov has as much personality as a brick….

Posted July 25, 2014 2:29 pm

I disagree. A brick not only has more personality than Ustinov but it has more sides to it as well!

Posted July 25, 2014 2:36 pm 

If u dont lyk my comment, F U!!!

Ustinov has as much personality as a brick….

Posted July 25, 2014 2:29 pm 


Wladimir offered Tyson Fury a fight after Fury beat Chisora.. Fury turned it down.. He also turned down fights from Pulev and Price at various times.

I’m sure now, with 22 pro fights, he feels he’s ready for anybody. He sounds really confident anyway. Somehow I don’t think Cunningham, Chisora, and Kevin Johnson were true tests for a number 1 ranking heavyweight on the particular nights he was fighting them — and this fight vs a middle aged guy will be a somewhat stronger test.

Posted July 25, 2014 2:27 pm 



“Just read Dirrell split from garbage 50 cent. He is supposed to return on Aug 1st on espn 2 against an opponent to be named. Says his career was stalled when he signed with 50 when in reality his career was stalled after ducking Ward”

PEEJ What’s that got to do with these two heavyweights you brainless moron?? Shut your mouth and go back to jerking off over your anal fantasy Fraud Duckweather.

Posted July 25, 2014 2:23 pm 


pair of lard asses

Posted July 25, 2014 2:19 pm 


This is amazing. Ustinov is in the best shape I’ve seen him.. Only 280 pounds after fighting Pulev at about 305 and Tua at 300 plus.. He looks fit.

Fury looks fat at 257 or whatever it is.. He’s got love handles.. He asked Ustinov if he understands what a KO is.. AU’s had over 90 professional fights including MMA and kickboxing, so I think he understands what a KO is.

Posted July 25, 2014 2:12 pm 


Even though I ruled out a ko win for Fury, I’m confident he’s going to win. Ustinov is abhorrently slow, can hardly jab not to talk of putting combinations together. Fury is no boxing wizard himself but he will beat Ustinov to the punch but can he knock him out? That’s the question that needs to be answered. Good luck to both men.

Posted July 25, 2014 2:11 pm 


P.S. I hope I’m wrong and that it’ll somehow turn out to be an entertaining fight, but when you have 533 pounds in the ring (not including the ref) you can expect to see two slow and sluggish fighters getting ever slower and more sluggish as the fight goes on.

Posted July 25, 2014 1:51 pm 


I just wouldn’t be able to take Fury serious with the way he talks trash. He is funny though

Posted July 25, 2014 1:49 pm 


I wouldn’t be surprised to see Fury get silly and walk into something in this one. If he tries to vent his frustration and anger about not fighting Chisora (and this conspiracy theory he has about Ustinov having been preparing for him all along), I see him getting Ko’d. If he doesn’t, I see it being a very dull fight and him winning on points. Either way, he won’t look good. I definitely don’t see him getting a stoppage though.

Posted July 25, 2014 1:43 pm 


I was impressed with the condition of both at the weigh-in. They both looked in better condition than what is normal for them. Be interesting to see if there are stamina issues for Ustinov. Still see Fury winning by UD, as he is the more skilled faster fighter, but that is why they have the fights, should be fun.

Posted July 25, 2014 1:43 pm 


@Fight Aficionado

Google is your friend and I’m sure you could find out yourself, but a stone is 14 pounds so Ustonov is 280.5 pounds, Fury 252.5 pounds (I’m assuming the reference to ounces is a mistake, LOL!).

Posted July 25, 2014 1:34 pm 


Tyson never fails to make me laugh.


Posted July 25, 2014 1:33 pm 


Just read Dirrell split from garbage 50 cent. He is supposed to return on Aug 1st on espn 2 against an opponent to be named. Says his career was stalled when he signed with 50 when in reality his career was stalled after ducking Ward

Posted July 25, 2014 1:31 pm 

Fight Aficionado

WTF do these figures correspond to in pounds?

Posted July 25, 2014 1:26 pm 


Geez, these are big guys! Boxing needs to create a Gigantor division.

Posted July 25, 2014 1:18 pm 


Fury by powerful KO! Ustinov looks more fit so Fury knocking him out will be SUPER impressive similar to my ability at picking fights. I am the GREATEST fight PROPHET ever born!!!!

Posted July 25, 2014 1:14 pm 

burst a buble

Fury takes this overweight clown out in two or three rounds. Neither of these guys are fit to lace the boots of the world champions ruslan changev

Posted July 25, 2014 1:13 pm 

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Tyson Fury 18st five pounds Alexander Ustinov 20st five oz

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