Discussion in 'Sports' started by WWarrior, May 22, 2021.
Looks like Fury Wilder 3 after all . Wilder looked pretty beat up in Fury v Wilder 2 tbh .
Wilder is not a real boxer and got exposed by someone who truly knows how to box and stay away from Wilder's one punch arsenal..
Dillian Whyte perspective ( cracking up )
Tyson Fury is cool and funny...hope he wins.
Fury is a beast. Imagine if the dude had more muscle on him instead of the giant dad-bod.
Yeah, I was thinking the same thing. Lower his body fat ratio to 10% - 15% but keep the size (weight)...
He'll be crushing everyone.
He lost a lot of weight for Fury Vs Wilder #1
Felt weaker, didn't win on points, fired his young coach.
Went back to his regular routine, gained the weight back, smashed Wilder on #2.
I think we shouldn't judge just on look when it comes to strength and power. Fury is totally ripped under that flab, that is probably needed to feed him that extra energy and punch weight.
If someone that's an athlete lost 10% body fat and felt weak...
It's a great opportunity to put on muscle (not fat) mass / strength when they put the weight back on.
I've played in sports on a collegiate level to see that impact of athletes losing body fat to then regain the weight with muscle mass under the guidance of a nutritionist and fitness instructor.
It's commonly done in sports with weight divisions in which an athlete decides to moves up a weight to compete in a higher weight class.
First they lose a little weight to trigger a reaction in the body and then their fitness / exercise routine has been design to put back the weight and with more muscle mass to ensure the increasing weight also has more muscle strength as the athlete regains the weight to prepare the body for the higher weight class.
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