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  1. Assuming both fighters are fit, in nick, and 'on it', and that there is meaning to the fight (eg belts on the line) then Fury would win, probably by a stoppage. Fury would be bigger, heavier, stronger, and I don't think that Lewis outboxes him; he certainly wouldn't out punch him, nor punch him out - we have seen Fury take punches from hell from the hardest puncher in world boxing, and come back, and Lewis, as a puncher, does not compare. Fury has stopped Wilder, a 'big' heavyweight, twice. I also think that Fury has more 'edge': if Lewis was a fitba' team, it would win games, but would consistently fail to convert its superiority into the number of goals that it ought to run up.
    2 points
  2. That’s Makems. One of life’s regrets - never saw a derby match at Roker Park.
    1 point
  3. I’d suggest Ashley lost a quite a bit at Newcastle over his time there. The problem Newcastle will have, regardless if who owns them, is that the best players in the world don’t want to live in Geordieland
    1 point
  4. But harsh. You need to remember what SG inherited when he took over Rangers
    1 point
  5. Standard domestic. Nothing political. One or other or both can’t hold their temper/drink or both.
    1 point
  6. Fury by a ko in the eleventh. Wilder down twice in the third and in the tenth. Fury himself down twice in the fourth. This must make Fury one of the best British heavyweights ever. Somebody who knows about boxing, tell me if he is better than Lennox Lewis. I think Fury would outfight him.
    1 point
  7. Wouldn't touch Stevie with a bargepole he won one title in the poorest league for years if the magpies are spending serious money then you want one who's tried and tested over the course. Just wish would have bought the toffees ?
    1 point
  8. The CL is increasingly just a closed circulation of the same +/-20 core clubs sharing and exchanging the same pool of managers and 500 or so players, with occasional additions to replace those who leave to spend their millions away from the cameras. The chances of Rangers ever breaking back into that elite clubs seem more and more remote.
    1 point
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