How tall is Tyson Fury

Tyson Fury's Height

6ft 7 ½ (201.9 cm)

British heavyweight Boxer, who holds the WBC World Heavyweight title. He has claimed a few times "I'm 6ft 9" and "18 stones", although as an amateur he was billed as 6ft 7. He has also been billed in 2018 as 6ft 8 3/4.

Tyson fury
There's nothing out there that worries me. I'm 6 feet, 8 inches and 259 pounds, which is an advantage, but I can also move and have speed, which is unusual for a big heavyweight.
-- 2008

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Average Guess (274 Votes)
6ft 7.5in (201.9cm)
Canson said on 12/Jul/20
@Pierre: I think it’s due to camera angles. You saw the pics Tall in the Saddle posted. He looked around 1” shorter but other times it’s more. I’ve seen some where it’s 2” but I doubt it’s that high. I’ll stick to 1.5”. Now I can say minimum it’s going to be 3cm between them. I doubt Vitaly is any less than 6’6.5”. I have him at 6’6.75 but 6’6.5 is possible. That’s afternoon height. It’s possible the 6’7” was earlier in the day and a guy that size could lose an inch so he could be 6’7.5 out of bed. Wlad looks around what Rob lists him here. The worst case is he’s 6’5 flat or 196cm afternoon height the best case is 6’5.25”
Canson said on 12/Jul/20
@Pierre: I think it’s due to camera angles. You saw the pics Tall in the Saddle posted. He looked around 1” shorter but other times it’s more. Now I can say minimum it’s going to be 3cm between them. I doubt Vitaly is any less than 6’6.5”. That’s afternoon height. It’s possible the 6’7” was earlier in the day and a guy that size could lose an inch so he could be 6’7.5 out of bed. Wlad looks around what Rob lists him here. The worst case is he’s 6’5 flat or 196cm afternoon height the best case is 6’5.25”
Tall In The Saddle said on 12/Jul/20
@Reece
Sure, angles can create false asdv. and I understand your point. Hard to find the perfect pic even though the Klitschkos have put out so many, LOL. We can make allowances for angles, footwear, posture etc. but the less guesses we have to make the better. Even with the best photos, square, same shoe, best posture, people often disagree on the sheer height diff. that is visible. An assumption but I just think in the posed shots at least, while some nicely framed, Wlad's height is pulled up a bit, if only for the aesthetics of the photo.

@Canson

Subject to a ? on heel, I think Wlad generally edged Lewis from what I've seen. As such, given 6'4.75" for Lewis, perhaps fair to say Wlad displaying a .5" advantage for it even to be discernible? Otherwise, a mere .25" adv. to Wlad might have them appear basically equal? So possible, 6'4.75" for Lewis, 6'5.25" for Wlad and 6'6.75" for Vitali who himself could appear to hold up to a 2" adv. over Lewis. Otherwise, as you said, perhaps pull both Wlad and Vitali back by .25" each for 6'5" and 6'6.5" for little bro and big bro respectively, maintaining 1.5" diff between the them.

@Pierre

How are you brother. Thanks for linking the full length version of the orig. photo I linked. They are best. I dunno. Vitali might have a slight adv. given a small degree of extra heel. Given same heel, I don't feel that Wlad would necessarily gain sufficiently to appear just 1" shy of Vitali. At least IMO, being about 1.5" shorter, Wlad sometimes lifts to appear more on par with Vitali who, as the taller bro, often displays a more relaxed posture than little bro (ala Liam H vs Chris H, at least IMO).
Pierre said on 10/Jul/20
Fact is Wlad looks 1.5 inch shorter than his brother when Wlad wear poor sneakers while Vitali wear shoes with heels.
Canson said on 9/Jul/20
Pierre said on 7/Jul/20

Pierre I respect you but I disagree with your assessment there.
Canson said on 9/Jul/20
@Tall in the Saddle: the first one had me cracking up 😂 😂. You’re absolutely right. That first one isn’t quite what it should look. I’ve seen pics where it looks more like what they’re listed here of a 4cm difference. I could see Vitaly being slightly over listed here. I believed maybe the full 200cm (6’6.75) but Mickie also made a good estimate of 6’6.5. But then again Wlad is a candidate for 6’5” flat
Reece said on 8/Jul/20
@Tall in the Saddle

Some pictures have greater difference but the camara angles plays part. When they stand tall no less than a inch but no more than a inch and half i feel.
Tall In The Saddle said on 8/Jul/20
Just to addend to my previous post.

Given the variance in height diff. between the Klitschkos, with Wlad always appearing shorter but curiously appearing closer in height in some photos than at other times, this might feed into the assumption that Wlad is prone to wearing lifts now and then. With a natural height adv. over his younger brother I can't see Vitali bothering with lifts whereas I could see Wlad perhaps wanting to pull himself up next to Vitali.
Pierre said on 7/Jul/20
Tall In The Saddle said on 6/Jul/20
@Canson

Somehow I don't think these are the pics you're referring to but the only ones I could find upon a quick search. LOL at the first one:
Click Here
Click Here

Then there are other pics like this which show a greater difference in height which I think is more indicative of the true height difference generally seen:
Click Here


Pic one and two = very probably same help of shoes difference a full inch no more imo

Pic three =here the shoes = Click Here Vitali has probably a good advantage of shoes here

Click Here here Wlad with an advantage of shoe probably 1cm max the difference looks under an inch
Click Here = here difference around an inch

Click Here = an inch again

Click Here here probably Wlad wearing boxer shoes and Vitali probably a bit more

Click Here = here Wlad a bit closer to the camera but camera not low so imo a slim advantage .With a zoom you can see Vitali's heels are more generous than Wlad's heels .Wlad's shoes are looking very classic here too .Difference about an inch no more by considering parameters
Canson said on 6/Jul/20
Reece said on 4/Jul/20
@Canson

Yeah mid day is better than a low. But just curious as you always take the low as does maybe Rob too. But okay thanks for explaining more clearly.

No worries Reece. But I don’t see how it’s more accurate being only 1/8” difference. Like in my case I’m 6’5 out of bed or a mm over and 6’4.25 afternoon or 1 mm over. Lunchtime is 6’4 3/8 or 1 mm over that mark and if I hit the gym I’m usually 6’4.25 exactly or 1 MM below it some days. That said I use my afternoon height of 6’4.25 and I consider myself 6’4” when I’m asked. Now with Rob it’s different. He uses his low because when he gets pics with celebs he’s been on his feet enough to reach his afternoon height by lunch. I’ve done that before too. In fact I hit 6’4.25 after 2-3 hours of being awake when I run or hit the gym in the morning
Tall In The Saddle said on 6/Jul/20
@Canson

Somehow I don't think these are the pics you're referring to but the only ones I could find upon a quick search. LOL at the first one:
Click Here
Click Here

Then there are other pics like this which show a greater difference in height which I think is more indicative of the true height difference generally seen:
Click Here
Reece said on 4/Jul/20
@Canson

Yeah mid day is better than a low. But just curious as you always take the low as does maybe Rob too. But okay thanks for explaining more clearly.
Dream said on 1/Jul/20
I think he's over 6'7".

Very Cool Guy, though!
Pierre said on 1/Jul/20
Mickie said on 30/Jun/20
Pierre - no offense but all you do is post pictures with terrible angles, large footwear discrepancies, and Fury slouching. 95% of the photos you've posted have one or more of those issues. Yet you'll dismiss the footage of the two guys in the ring. The camera angle IS good (despite your insistence it isn't) the ground is flat and the footwear is very similar.

I respect your right to a different opinion, but I don't believe you have a trained eye for judging which photos are good for comparing heights.


@Mickie no problem you can continue to believe the guy who shrunk is Tyson and not Jason. you can also continue to believe this famous pics in low angle/both men distant one to the other one are the absolute proof Tyson is more than 6"6', you can also continue to believe the pics I post in classic angles with guys very close one to the other one are the bad pics...No problem.But it's a nonsense in my opinion .
Canson said on 1/Jul/20
Mickie said on 30/Jun/20
Pierre - no offense but all you do is post pictures with terrible angles, large footwear discrepancies, and Fury slouching. 95% of the photos you've posted have one or more of those issues. Yet you'll dismiss the footage of the two guys in the ring. The camera angle IS good (despite your insistence it isn't) the ground is flat and the footwear is very similar.

I respect your right to a different opinion, but I don't believe you have a trained eye for judging which photos are good for comparing heights.

Agreed Mickie. I like Pierre too and respect him but he called my pics bad when they’re not. I wasn’t being offensive to him but his are not very good pics for judging height. Maybe that’s what he believes in but it almost comes across as being biased
Canson said on 1/Jul/20
Reece said on 30/Jun/20
@Canson
You do know you don't have to make heights based on a low all the time right? I agree it is not 2 inches between them.

@Reece: I don’t get what you’re saying. the site standard is 5 hours out of bed or the afternoon low so that’s how I assess them. Thats only a 1/8” to 1/4” difference between 5 hours and afternoon. That’s how most people do. So if I assess differently it throws everything else off. I don’t see why we would be using anything other than that really and that’s why I don’t use pre drafts and combines at face value. Rob always assesses people in his encounters at their low
Mickie said on 30/Jun/20
Pierre - no offense but all you do is post pictures with terrible angles, large footwear discrepancies, and Fury slouching. 95% of the photos you've posted have one or more of those issues. Yet you'll dismiss the footage of the two guys in the ring. The camera angle IS good (despite your insistence it isn't) the ground is flat and the footwear is very similar.

I respect your right to a different opinion, but I don't believe you have a trained eye for judging which photos are good for comparing heights.
Reece said on 30/Jun/20
@Canson
You do know you don't have to make heights based on a low all the time right? I agree it is not 2 inches between them.
Canson said on 29/Jun/20
@Tall in the Saddle: I’m going to search for that one. I remember it was posted on one of these pages. I believe one of the brothers as a matter of fact. I see Rob lists them 1.75” apart and the difference may have been something like 4cm or 1.5” in there so pretty close. I must admit that Rob is mighty good at what he does lol
Pierre said on 29/Jun/20
@Canson "Atrocious"?ahahah...You take in example again and again always this same strange pics in ring Tyson/Deontay with a terrible angle etc etc while I post several pics /several comparisons in better angle etc etc...
...lol by posting a pic Wlad in poor flat sneakers /Vitali with comfortable heel of course you can show Vitali easily higher than Wlad....
Mickie said on 29/Jun/20
Fury looking pretty tall next to 6'2" listed Povetkin: Click Here
Canson said on 27/Jun/20
@Reece: I see a bit over an inch maybe around 1.5” between the two. I can’t see 2” but even though it’s 1” in one pic I don’t see it in all of them. Maybe 6’5.25 and 6’6.75”
Canson said on 27/Jun/20
Crane said on 25/Jun/20
@Canson More like:

Fury 200.5
Vitali 198.5
Wilder 197.5
Joshua 196.5
Wlad 195.5


*All barefoot measurements without camera and whatever advantages they can get

Not terrible estimates but they seem a bit low. I would go up .5 cm on Wlad (although he may only be 195.58/6’5 flat), and .4-1 cm for Joshua. I could see 6’5.5 being a low but not 6’5 3/8”. Id really go no less than about 6’5 5/8”. Wilder another .5-1.3 cm (198-199 range) and Vitaly is about an inch low imho same with Fury
Canson said on 27/Jun/20
Pierre said on 24/Jun/20
Canson said on 24/Jun/20
Pierre said on 22/Jun/20
Canson said on 19/Jun/20
@Mickie: 1.5 is certainly possible. That’s what I have them too. I just think it’s no less than 1.25” no higher than around 1.5”. It’s definitely not shaping up to be a 6’6 Vitaly like Pierre said lol

Lol never 1.5 inches here a good inch no more Click Here Click Here

@Pierre: you Have to consider that the first pic you used Vitaly is leaning toward Wlad. Most of the pics you select have Those types of issues

My pics are not in a terrible angle like the famous pics you chose to argue 6"7' or more for Tyson :)

You’re right. Yours aren’t terrible. They’re atrocious
Arch Stanton said on 26/Jun/20
Tyson has the soul of an old woman from medieval Ireland or something LOL, he's completely different from what you would expect him to be like.
Tall In The Saddle said on 26/Jun/20
@Canson

It would be interesting to see that back to back photo.

Anyway, just some nice vision to be getting along with which includes the Klitschko brothers, Lennox Lewis and Evander Holyfied. The varying angles aren't perfect (when are they ever? LOL) but it's still somewhat useful to get some idea, particularly when they hit the stage. Click Here Vitaly appears to hold at least a solid 2" over Lewis who himself is edged by Wladimir. An assumption, but if either of the Klits are prone to lifting, perhaps it's only in the face of comparably tall future opponent. Suffice to say, this was just a friendly re-uniting with no need to exaggerate size for intimidation purposes.
Pierre said on 26/Jun/20
Mickie said on 22/Jun/20
Pierre - I'd like to take you on good faith but saying things like Tyson Fury standing on thicker grass (which wasn't even true) next to Klitschko gave him a height advantage or that you can't see how Fury is leaning in this picture: Click Here make me a little unsure how to think. I mean, it's clear as day he's not standing tall in that picture. Fury is a guy who has really bad natural posture in fact, definitely not a guy who stands like Stallone or Cruise.


Tyson has not a bad posture here the guy who really shrunk is Jason.Just= Tyson is 6"6' not 6"7' range or more.Apparently Jason who met him give him max 6"6' too.
Reece said on 25/Jun/20
@Pierre

In your first pic of Vitali and Wlad 1 inch is correct. Seeing a little more than 1 inch in the 2nd.
Crane said on 25/Jun/20
@Canson More like:

Fury 200.5
Vitali 198.5
Wilder 197.5
Joshua 196.5
Wlad 195.5


*All barefoot measurements without camera and whatever advantages they can get
Pierre said on 24/Jun/20
Canson said on 24/Jun/20
Pierre said on 22/Jun/20
Canson said on 19/Jun/20
@Mickie: 1.5 is certainly possible. That’s what I have them too. I just think it’s no less than 1.25” no higher than around 1.5”. It’s definitely not shaping up to be a 6’6 Vitaly like Pierre said lol

Lol never 1.5 inches here a good inch no more Click Here Click Here

@Pierre: you Have to consider that the first pic you used Vitaly is leaning toward Wlad. Most of the pics you select have Those types of issues

My pics are not in a terrible angle like the famous pics you chose to argue 6"7' or more for Tyson :)
Canson said on 24/Jun/20
Pierre said on 22/Jun/20
Canson said on 19/Jun/20
@Mickie: 1.5 is certainly possible. That’s what I have them too. I just think it’s no less than 1.25” no higher than around 1.5”. It’s definitely not shaping up to be a 6’6 Vitaly like Pierre said lol

Lol never 1.5 inches here a good inch no more Click Here Click Here

@Pierre: you Have to consider that the first pic you used Vitaly is leaning toward Wlad. Most of the pics you select have Those types of issues
Pierre said on 24/Jun/20
movieguy12 said on 22/Jun/20
Fury does not look anywhere close to 6'9'' if Jason Momoa is 6'4'' as others have said. It's funny that Jason Momoa guessed him as 6'5'' or 6'6''. Carl Froch reckons he's 6'7'' or so and I guess has seen seen him up close. I can't really think of any occasion where he looks like a genuine 6'9'' guy. In reality he might actually be this tall, who knows I've never seen him for one but he usually looks more like 6'7'' or so.


@movie guy = lol it is not a coincidence if Jason guess him max 6"6'....
Pierre said on 24/Jun/20
Canson said on 22/Jun/20
Pierre said on 21/Jun/20
Mickie said on 20/Jun/20
@Pierre - the photo I initially shared had Fury further from the camera than Momoa. Momoa also had a footwear advantage there with his boots. You dismissed it by saying Fury probably gained height by going on his toes, I debunked that by showing the video of when the picture was taken. You can see for yourself that the only time he gains height over his natural standing posture, it was achieved by correcting his natural slouch. Then you posted a picture of Fury leaning heavily for a pose - how was that a better assessment of his height than the picture I posted?

@Mickie when have you seen Tyson isn't straight, he's standing straight ,just you deduct Tyson was not straight by arguing he was not tiptoeing when he was tower for one time over Jason (we know Tyson sometimes is tiptoeing in pics/vidéos). In your example in the video Jason (who stand behind Tyson in the video ) shrunk a lot with his whole bust ,with his shoulder a lot lower than his other shoulder while Tyson stand in a classic straight posture ...

Tyson isn’t standing straight

For sure Canson is confusing Tyson with Jason
Reece said on 23/Jun/20
@Canson

Not conviced at Wilder being 6 foot 6 flat but whatever. Still convinced Vitali would measure just a hair under 6 foot 7 at a low and barely see anything between him and Deontay.
Canson said on 23/Jun/20
@Editor Rob: assuming he’s your estimate of 6’7.5 would you consider that to be an afternoon/evening height or a lunchtime? Do you think he would measure 6’7.25” perhaps on a normal day later in the day? What do you see him waking up to? He’s more than likely in the 1” plus club from morning to evening. I was wondering how you estimated him. My estimate of 6’7.25 that I’ve provided and assuming with Mickie that his is an afternoon measurement (normal low for the day but not an extreme low)
Editor Rob
7.5 at the moment is the most I'd give him for say afternoon.
Mickie said on 22/Jun/20
Pierre - I'd like to take you on good faith but saying things like Tyson Fury standing on thicker grass (which wasn't even true) next to Klitschko gave him a height advantage or that you can't see how Fury is leaning in this picture: Click Here make me a little unsure how to think. I mean, it's clear as day he's not standing tall in that picture. Fury is a guy who has really bad natural posture in fact, definitely not a guy who stands like Stallone or Cruise.
Canson said on 22/Jun/20
Mickie said on 19/Jun/20
I'd have a pretty hard time invisioning any of these being more than +/- 1cm off:

Fury - 201.5 cm
Wilder - 198.5 cm
Vitali K - 199.5 cm
Joshua - 197.5 cm

Very solid estimates Mickie.
Canson said on 22/Jun/20
@Tall in the Saddle: I posted one pic maybe a couple years ago on one of the pages on the site and it was of the two brothers standing back to back. I wish I could find it but that lines up with our estimates too. I didn’t see a 2” difference with them like Rob lists (in this case really 1.75”) but I could buy something like 3 or 4 cm just based on it. I also agree with your comment to Pierre. He has been respectful and he isn’t concerned about being the person with the different opinion/estimate that goes beyond the popular vote
Canson said on 22/Jun/20
Pierre said on 21/Jun/20
Mickie said on 20/Jun/20
@Pierre - the photo I initially shared had Fury further from the camera than Momoa. Momoa also had a footwear advantage there with his boots. You dismissed it by saying Fury probably gained height by going on his toes, I debunked that by showing the video of when the picture was taken. You can see for yourself that the only time he gains height over his natural standing posture, it was achieved by correcting his natural slouch. Then you posted a picture of Fury leaning heavily for a pose - how was that a better assessment of his height than the picture I posted?

@Mickie when have you seen Tyson isn't straight, he's standing straight ,just you deduct Tyson was not straight by arguing he was not tiptoeing when he was tower for one time over Jason (we know Tyson sometimes is tiptoeing in pics/vidéos). In your example in the video Jason (who stand behind Tyson in the video ) shrunk a lot with his whole bust ,with his shoulder a lot lower than his other shoulder while Tyson stand in a classic straight posture ...

Tyson isn’t standing straight
movieguy12 said on 22/Jun/20
Fury does not look anywhere close to 6'9'' if Jason Momoa is 6'4'' as others have said. It's funny that Jason Momoa guessed him as 6'5'' or 6'6''. Carl Froch reckons he's 6'7'' or so and I guess has seen seen him up close. I can't really think of any occasion where he looks like a genuine 6'9'' guy. In reality he might actually be this tall, who knows I've never seen him for one but he usually looks more like 6'7'' or so.
Pierre said on 22/Jun/20
Canson said on 19/Jun/20
@Mickie: 1.5 is certainly possible. That’s what I have them too. I just think it’s no less than 1.25” no higher than around 1.5”. It’s definitely not shaping up to be a 6’6 Vitaly like Pierre said lol

Lol never 1.5 inches here a good inch no more Click Here Click Here
Tall In The Saddle said on 21/Jun/20
Though I would like to see more evidence, from what I have seen of the Klitschko bro's together, I agree with Mickie's and Canson's estimates. At least 1" between V and W.
Not to dismiss Pierre's supplied back to back photo out of hand but from what I've seen otherwise, there is a notable and uniform height pull in favour of V.
It's an assumption, but I think Pierre's back to back photo is more indicative of an aesthetic, stylised photo of the bro's, deliberately photographed to look almost equal for the sake of the shot. Not meant to be a literal height comparison IMO.
I believe Fury has signed to fight AJ. If that's correct then we can expect upcoming opportunities to compare those two facing off, out of the ring and ultimately in the ring.
A very civil and respectful discussion despite clear disagreement re estimates. Good stuff. If we agreed on everything there wouldn't been much spark for discussion like this. Keep punching Pierre, though I disagree with you, due respect, we've all been there as almost the only person defending our estimate.
Pierre said on 21/Jun/20
Mickie said on 20/Jun/20
@Pierre - the photo I initially shared had Fury further from the camera than Momoa. Momoa also had a footwear advantage there with his boots. You dismissed it by saying Fury probably gained height by going on his toes, I debunked that by showing the video of when the picture was taken. You can see for yourself that the only time he gains height over his natural standing posture, it was achieved by correcting his natural slouch. Then you posted a picture of Fury leaning heavily for a pose - how was that a better assessment of his height than the picture I posted?

@Mickie when have you seen Tyson isn't straight, he's standing straight ,just you deduct Tyson was not straight by arguing he was not tiptoeing when he was tower for one time over Jason (we know Tyson sometimes is tiptoeing in pics/vidéos). In your example in the video Jason (who stand behind Tyson in the video ) shrunk a lot with his whole bust ,with his shoulder a lot lower than his other shoulder while Tyson stand in a classic straight posture ...
Canson said on 21/Jun/20
Mickie said on 20/Jun/20
@Reece - I have Fury as likely more than 6'7" flat too. I think that's the lowest I can envision him but I also really think he could be 6'7.5" as Rob has him at.

I think the sweet spot is right in between. 6’7.25” perhaps. 6’7.5” is possible too. Wilder to me is listed at a height he would measure earlier in the day. I think 6’6” maybe 6’6.25 afternoon.
Mickie said on 20/Jun/20
@Pierre - the photo I initially shared had Fury further from the camera than Momoa. Momoa also had a footwear advantage there with his boots. You dismissed it by saying Fury probably gained height by going on his toes, I debunked that by showing the video of when the picture was taken. You can see for yourself that the only time he gains height over his natural standing posture, it was achieved by correcting his natural slouch. Then you posted a picture of Fury leaning heavily for a pose - how was that a better assessment of his height than the picture I posted?
Mickie said on 20/Jun/20
@Reece - I have Fury as likely more than 6'7" flat too. I think that's the lowest I can envision him but I also really think he could be 6'7.5" as Rob has him at.
Canson said on 19/Jun/20
@Mickie: 1.5 is certainly possible. That’s what I have them too. I just think it’s no less than 1.25” no higher than around 1.5”. It’s definitely not shaping up to be a 6’6 Vitaly like Pierre said lol
Canson said on 19/Jun/20
@Pierre: I’ve seen another pic back to back with them being around 4cm apart no less than 3. There’s very little chance it’s just a solid inch. Minimum I would say is 1.25”. Maybe Vitaly is 6’6.5
Mickie said on 19/Jun/20
I'd have a pretty hard time invisioning any of these being more than +/- 1cm off:

Fury - 201.5 cm
Wilder - 198.5 cm
Vitali K - 199.5 cm
Joshua - 197.5 cm
Pierre said on 19/Jun/20
Mickie said on 18/Jun/20
Pierre - low angles favor the shorter man, not the taller one.

of course the shorter man has an advantage when the angle is too low but only if both men are standing at equal distance or shorter men standing closer to the camera but in your vidéo Jason stand behind Tyson ...
Pierre said on 19/Jun/20
Mickie said on 19/Jun/20
@Pierre - how you're able to ignore the fact that Fury is heavily leaning there is beyond me. And yes the video does prove Fury gained height from straightening his posture and not tip toeing, because you can watch him straighten up. The only way he couldve been on his tip toes there is if he had been holding that position the whole time, which makes no sense.

@Mickie = You claim Tyson slouch when Jason is the guy who stand in a terrible posture and sleep on Tyson!No sense!
Reece said on 19/Jun/20
@Mickie.

Vitali is at least that yes. Next to Lamar O and guys like LL he does not look less than 6 foot 6 3/4 though.Think you are mostly right even though i still mostly think Furt is over 6 foot 7 flat.
Mickie said on 19/Jun/20
@Pierre - how you're able to ignore the fact that Fury is heavily leaning there is beyond me. And yes the video does prove Fury gained height from straightening his posture and not tip toeing, because you can watch him straighten up. The only way he couldve been on his tip toes there is if he had been holding that position the whole time, which makes no sense.
Pierre said on 19/Jun/20
@Canson = In your pic Vitali wear shoes that are looking advantageous(look at his right shoes and the angle just before the heel) while Wlad wear sneakers with poor soles.

Fact is Deontay compared to Anthony Joshua by Dominic breazeale looks very similar height as Anthony .Deontay when back to back with Vitali had a bit the advantage of the camera.

Wladimir and Vitali both around same shoes = Click Here Click Here

Others= Click Here
Mickie said on 18/Jun/20
Pierre - low angles favor the shorter man, not the taller one.

Canson - I still think it is possible for Vitali to be 1.5" taller than Wlad. Wlad could be 6'5.25" but I could also see 6'5" flat.
Pierre said on 18/Jun/20
@Mickie = When Jason Momoa stands closer to the camera in my pic Click Here he stands just a bit closer (and tilt a lot his head) and the camera is high here , the camera isn't low like in your video, then the advantage of camera is very slim in my pic compared to your video inwhich in addition Tyson stand really closer to the camera than Jason that give to Tyson a big advantage(plus Jason in the video slouch more than in my pic,with a shoulder a lot lower than the other) ,so your video does not prove Tyson was not tiptoeing in your pic.
Canson said on 18/Jun/20
@Pierre: if that’s the case, it would only make Vitaly 6’6.25 maybe 6’6.5”. I’ve seen others where he could look like a greater difference which makes me wonder if he’s standing as tall as possible with Wlad

Click Here

I posted another pic of the two standing back to back and it was more 1.5” difference or maybe 4cm. Maybe Mickie’s estimate of 6’6.5 is a good one for Vitaly and maybe it’s 3cm instead of 4. Then again I don’t rule out 6’5 flat for Wlad
Pierre said on 18/Jun/20
Mickie said on 16/Jun/20
Fury in regular shoes and Wilder with boxing shoes after a Wilder fight: Click Here

@Mickie Deontay clearly not straight here his back and neck are at around 45 degrees from the vertical, plus very probably Deontay's head tilt a little bit on the opposite side of the camera and with the low camera = finally all the advantages are for Tyson here,probably the shoes too.
Mickie said on 16/Jun/20
@Pierre - I was proving that in the picture I linked with Momoa that Fury was just straightening his posture, not on his tip toes. The video proved that, and in the photo Momoa was closer to the camera and has a footwear advantages. Momoa has the advantages not Fury.
Monkey knees said on 16/Jun/20
Terrible posture (weight issues don't help) but has a clear inch on 6ft 6.25in Wilder, at least.
Mickie said on 16/Jun/20
Fury in regular shoes and Wilder with boxing shoes after a Wilder fight: Click Here
Canson said on 16/Jun/20
@Mickie: agreed. And if we factor that Wlad is 6’5 or 6’5.25, Vitaly is about 4cm taller and Fury is taller than Vitaly
Pierre said on 16/Jun/20
Click Here here another back to back this time Vitali /Wlad = looks max an inch taller than his brother.Is Wlad 6"5.25' in the afternoon...Deontay stands closer to the camera than Vitali in the video that can give him an advantage
Tall In The Saddle said on 16/Jun/20
@Reece

Nice vid with Wilder and Vitaly back to back. I forgot about that. Agree with Mickie. Some hidden variables to consider and the angle isn't perfect BUT from what we can see without making assumptions, Wilder is standing well against Vitali, little to choose between them, gun to head Vitali gets the edge. Also agree that by comparison, Fury looks that much taller again next to Wilder than Vitali does next to Wilder.
Pierre said on 15/Jun/20
@Tall in the saddle= hehehe I commented on 12/June your pic that clearly show Deontay's shoes and Tyson's shoes are not the same even if both are boxing shoes....and then very possible one of this shoe give easily a fraction more than the other.Well=you claim they give exactly the same help(that is not an argument in fact) to try to give credit to this strange pics with low angles and distant guys...(I gave arguments recently to explain why a guy here can have an advantage on another guy in this type of pics but you probably forgot to read this comment on 11/June)And when I post pics( at different events) with this times neutral angles and both guys closer one to the other one,we can see two guys in same range height ....Maybe even Deontay a bit taller ....

Well to summerize we have =

-Deontay looking very similar height as Anthony Joshua (6"5.75' pic with Rob) by Dominic Breazeale .Tyson very similar to Deontay in classic angle of camera.

-Tyson looking a weak inch taller than Wlad 6"5.25' when both men are on a regular floor in same postures very close one to the other one

-Stephen Merchant listed 6"7' looking easily taller than Tyson by Vince Vaughn

-Hafthor 6"7.5' looking easily taller than Tyson by Braun Strowman ,Hafthor sleeping on Braun.

-Magic 6"7.5' sleeping on Tyson still looks taller than Tyson

Well...
Mickie said on 15/Jun/20
I've had Vitali at 6'6.5" for a while, I used to say 6'6.75". Wilder could be 6'6 1/8" - 6'6.25", I wouldn't be surprised by that (or 6'6" flat). We don't see the ground or footwear and the angle isn't perfect, but it's clear Vitali probably doesn't have Wilder by a full inch or something. Tyson Fury looks visibly taller than Vitali does next to Wilder (other than in Pierre's cherry picked photos).
Pierre said on 15/Jun/20
Canson said on 13/Jun/20

I don’t think Tall in the Saddle needs to explain any help. He’s right with what he said


Sorry but I don't see an argument here.
Pierre said on 15/Jun/20
@Mickie at 0.56 of your video you apparently don't take in consideration = camera very low plus Tyson a lot closer to the camera so big advantage for him,plus Jason shrunk a lot by the whole bust this time as we can see by his shoulders ,with a shoulder a lot lower than the other while Tyson stand straight.All the advantages are for Tyson here.
Reece said on 15/Jun/20
@Canson
Wilder and Vitali stood back to back 2 years ago they met very little difference to seperate them. Vitali edged him out. If you go with 200cm for Vitali which he had claimed actually before then Wilder is holding up very well.

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Tall In The Saddle said on 14/Jun/20
@Pierre

Possible that one shoe gives a FRACTION more than the other? Do you know how desperate that sounds? Hehe.

I put the photos up. There is no visible difference. You didn't comment on the photos. WHY? If there was any FRACTIONAL difference, it would be negligible. Effectively, in terms of height, footwear in boxing is equal, NO ADVANTAGE. Again, the vision doesn't lie.

NOW you say the boots don't matter because you made sure you had several more lines of "defence" to fall back on, LOW ANGLE and "GENEROUS DISTANCE" between the boxers. Time to break it down. WHY would a LOW ANGLE disadvantage Wilder? You've never actually stated WHY because it IN FACT doesn't. It can only advantage Wilder. That simple understanding transcends this specific comparison and if you applied the same flawed interpretation of low angles re other celebrity comparisons, you will get answers going in the opposite direction of FACT.

Finally, how close did you need them to be? It was standard proximity for pre fight instructions, close enough for perfect comparison let alone their being a lot closer at different times during the fight. Also a flat, perfectly close camera view pre fight. Little more to ask for. Of course let's not forget the other safety net, Wilder "breaking his back" which he wasn't. The number of false assumptions you've invoked is in the realm of denial. You saw the difference we saw but can't accept it. Basically, nothing to argue against re the height difference we saw IN THE RING which has also led you to constantly jump OUT OF THE RING where clearly unequal footwear and truly skewed angles are the ONLY way you can make any argument for 6'7" and those arguments are very weak and heavily compromised at best.
Canson said on 13/Jun/20
Pierre said on 12/Jun/20
@tall in the saddle= because you probably know exactly the exact help of each type of this shoes lol.It's very possible one of this shoe give a fraction more than the other!But not very important in fact because this comparisons with low camera and generous distance between both men don't show the real height of 6"6' Tyson...


I don’t think Tall in the Saddle needs to explain any help. He’s right with what he said
Pierre said on 13/Jun/20
Comparisons AJ max 6"5.75' with Deontay by Dominic Breazeale(supposed 6"7')

Click Here = Deontay /Dominic Breazeale Deontay wearing shoes as we can see here = Click Here other = Click Here Click Here = here the vidéo = at around 3:47 he probably take his shoes and later face to face at 3:52

Anthony Joshua max 6"5.75' /Dominic Breazeale = Click Here = Anthony barefoot here.Here the video AJ barefoot since around 4:28 =Click Here . Then here probably both wearing shoes this time = Click Here Click Here Click Here

Deontay looks very close to Anthony's height

Click Here = here Deontay without cap with supposed fraction more shoe than ,this time, Tyson wearing boxer shoes does not wearing big sneakers(Tyson wearing cap)

Click Here both guys around same posture Click Here =shoes around 56:52 = Tyson little heel /Deontay flat sneakers then Tyson with an advantage.
Mickie said on 13/Jun/20
No Pierre, Tyson just stopped slouching. If you don't believe me, look at the footage Click Here Note that in the picture I posted originally, Momoa not only has a footwear advantage but also has the advantage of being closer to the camera, too. In the picture you posted, Tyson is standing poorly.
Canson said on 13/Jun/20
@Reece: my bad you referred to Wilder with Vitaly. Can’t find any pics. But Wilder could look taller than 6’6 next to Wlad in their pic but because wlad isn’t standing completely straight. If he’s over the mark it’s about what Rob lists him. It also depends on how tall you have each klitscko. I can’t see Wilder taller than carmelo Anthony

Click Here
Canson said on 13/Jun/20
@Reece: my bad you referred to Wilder with Vitaly. Can’t find any pics. But Wilder could look taller than 6’6 next to Wlad in their pic but because wlad isn’t standing completely straight. If he’s over the mark it’s about what Rob lists him. It also depends on how tall you have each klitscko

Click Here
Canson said on 13/Jun/20
Reece said on 11/Jun/20
@ Canson

Wilder looks more than 6 foot 6 flat next to Vitali. He is barely below Vitali. Rob listing is good for me. Price is reasonably at least the 6 foot 8 even Rob said a little over is possible.


@Reece: depends on who’s listing you use. I have Vitaly at around 6’6.75”. Rob lists him 6’7” but that doesn’t mean he’s really that tall. He also has Significantly less of a height difference with Wlad than Fury has on him. Vitaly has 4cm on Wlad
Pierre said on 12/Jun/20
@tall in the saddle= because you probably know exactly the exact help of each type of this shoes lol.It's very possible one of this shoe give a fraction more than the other!But not very important in fact because this comparisons with low camera and generous distance between both men don't show the real height of 6"6' Tyson...

@Mickie= Is Tyson tiptoeing next to Jason in your pic ?hum probably a little bit in this posture =What's going on here?Jason shrunk a lot but... = Click Here .
Mickie said on 12/Jun/20
Momoa had bigger shoes than Tyson. When Tyson stands tall, 6'7"+ legitimately: Click Here
Thatch said on 12/Jun/20
This listing is fair but it’s also the highest it could be, from realistic angles he only edges out Wilder by an inch. His claims of 6’9 are absurd, Standing barefoot with a legit 6’9 man would expose Fury’s claims
Tall In The Saddle said on 12/Jun/20
@Pierre

When have you ever heard ANY boxing commentator refer to height difference during a bout and then WONDER if the taller man is possibly advantaged by a thicker sole? The answer is NEVER because they know there is no effective difference between soles. Here's a couple of pics with both men's boots in reasonable view, there is NO difference.Click Here Click Here

Now I guess you'll be pumping for a "secret" inner sole. LOL.
Pierre said on 12/Jun/20
atto said on 11/Jun/20
pictured next to a uk door frame: Click Here . being the same height as the inner frame would make a person 6'5.5 without shoes.

@atto =Take in consideration Tyson stand a lot closer to the camera than the inner frame that give him logically a good advantage.
Canson said on 12/Jun/20
Duhon said on 10/Jun/20
Fury has agreed to fight Anthony Joshua will be interesting to see how they compare up. The general public would expect to see 3" between the two based on their listings.


Well said Duhon
Reece said on 11/Jun/20
@Mickie

I think Fury is taller than 201 but i see why people think at times.
Reece said on 11/Jun/20
@ Canson

Wilder looks more than 6 foot 6 flat next to Vitali. He is barely below Vitali. Rob listing is good for me. Price is reasonably at least the 6 foot 8 even Rob said a little over is possible.
Pierre said on 11/Jun/20
Tyson Fury barefoot wearing cap / Vince Vaughn at around 0:04 /0:05 Tyson a lot closer to the camera both guys in around same postures Click Here

Click Here Stephen Merchant 6"7' wearing flat sneakers ,no cap, and sleeping on Vince,very bad posture both guys around same distance to camera Click Here

Tyson never close to 6"7' again
Pierre said on 11/Jun/20
I have show here in old comments by comparisons with AJ next to others Tyson was 6"6' not 6"7'
Pierre said on 11/Jun/20
all In The Saddle said on 11/Jun/20
@Pierre

Heels/soles of boxing shoes worn in competition are, required by DEFAULT, to be exactly the same for obvious reasons. It's your own supposition, not anyone else's, to suggest otherwise. Your supposition is obviously incorrect and seems to present as another disingenuous attempt to deny the clearly seen height advantage Fury held in the ring.

Lol where have you seen the soles of boxing shoes must have exactly the same thikness ? No mention in rules = just this shoes must not have a heel,no mention about the thikness of the sole. Lol my pics are not the pics that have a strange low angle plus both men very distant one to the other one so possibility of good advantage if the pic is just a fraction inclined ...without even talking about the different postures....
Mickie said on 11/Jun/20
Yeah Fury vs AJ is billed as a 3" difference. My expectation is something like 4 - 4.5 cm. When Fury slouches the difference won't look big.
Tall In The Saddle said on 11/Jun/20
@Pierre

Heels/soles of boxing shoes worn in competition are, required by DEFAULT, to be exactly the same for obvious reasons. It's your own supposition, not anyone else's, to suggest otherwise. Your supposition is obviously incorrect and seems to present as another disingenuous attempt to deny the clearly seen height advantage Fury held in the ring.

@Mikie

Nice vision supplied Click Here. Just as I see it, the advantage Fury holds in the linked video appears pretty much on par with the advantage he held in the ring so I would guess their footwear is near enough to equal, just as it was in the ring.
atto said on 11/Jun/20
pictured next to a uk door frame: Click Here . being the same height as the inner frame would make a person 6'5.5 without shoes.
Mickie said on 10/Jun/20
Pierre - You keep citing problems with the angle and Wilder's posture in that video that just don't exist. It's madness. Aside from the fact that you find imaginary problems with perfectly viable evidence, the other reason I can't provide you with much more diverse set of pictures and videos is because you dismiss basically anything that is outside of a boxing ring that doesn't line up with your presuppositions as "Fury was wearing lifts". Fury is almost certainly not a lift wearer - otherwise he would tend to appear shorter in the boxing ring relative to his opponents than he does outside of it (which is exactly the opposite of what Tyson Fury oddly enough) yet you insist that he is.

201 - 202 cm range.
Duhon said on 10/Jun/20
Fury has agreed to fight Anthony Joshua will be interesting to see how they compare up. The general public would expect to see 3" between the two based on their listings.
Pierre said on 10/Jun/20
This guy in same posture as Wlad is max an inch taller than him,next to Deontay in good pics he's max same height as Deontay.He's towered by Magic 6"7.5'.Compared to Hafthor 6"7.5' sleeping on Braun Strowman Tyson never looks close to hafthor's height.All the pics show the same thing.Tyson is 198 in the best case.When he looks taller than Deontay the reason to me is simple = he wear probably lifts in his leather shoes,that is logic for this guy who claim 6"9'...Recently he was also wearing sneakers who each time were looking very big= Click Here

Click Here = here pic a lot inclined in favor to Tyson ,both guys same distance to camera same postures( neck/back ),Deontay wearing slim sneakers again=Tyson never looks taller here again.
Canson said on 10/Jun/20
Reece said on 10/Jun/20
@Canson

Nah disagree with 201cm. Fury is not less than 202cm IMO. When he stood well he was barely shorter than the 6 foot 8 to 6 foot 8 1/2 Price in the airport picture in 2014. When he does stand tall he is over a inch taller than Wilder who is at least 6 foot 6 1/4.

@Reece: I would say not more than 202. I highly doubt Magic is 202 going by afternoon heights. David Price also I disagree on same with Wilder. I have Price as a solis 6’8” guy and Wilder as 6’6” flat.
Mickie said on 10/Jun/20
@Reece - Fury does have a slouching habit - I think 201 or 202 cm are probably the most likely heights he'd measure (barefoot). I could see either one really. Wilder could be 6'6" flat (we can't rule that out yet).
Mickie said on 10/Jun/20
@Reece - Fury does have a slouching habit - I think 201 or 202 cm are probably the most likely heights he'd measure (barefoot). I could see either one really.
Pierre said on 10/Jun/20
@Mickie = I posted two pics in different events with good angles both guys very close one to the other one without real possibilities of advantages opposite to your example.You have always the same example with angle of camera very low that can give an advantage to the closest guy.Plus both guys at generous distance one to the other one,so if the pic is just a bit inclined by a fraction ,one of this guys has an additional advantage .And you don't take in consideration the different postures ,in your pic number 3 we can clearly see Deontay's back and neck are in a poor posture .Then finally you believe your example is the good example because both guys would wear the same thikness of boxing shoe...that is again only a supposition by the different type of boxing shoe we can buy on the market.
Reece said on 10/Jun/20
@Canson

Nah disagree with 201cm. Fury is not less than 202cm IMO. When he stood well he was barely shorter than the 6 foot 8 to 6 foot 8 1/2 Price in the airport picture in 2014. When he does stand tall he is over a inch taller than Wilder who is at least 6 foot 6 1/4.
Mickie said on 9/Jun/20
Fury in normal/thin footwear with Wilder: Click Here
Mickie said on 9/Jun/20
No Pierre, those are inferior pictures again. You keep reverting to those, the fact of the matter is we have evidence in the center of the ring where nobody can where lifts. The camera angle being low would only help Deontay look taller, if anything. It's easy to perceive when one is closer to the camera than the other when watching the ring stare down, and to get a perspective of their heights.
Pierre said on 9/Jun/20
@Mickie = Click Here Click Here here no low camera , no heads very distant one to the other one no Deontay shrunk a lot-back and neck-like in your example = so no possibility of real advantages /disadvantages = Tyson isn't taller than Deontay, . Tyson /Wlad same type of pics face to face = Tyson 6"6' too.
Click Here = the shoes in the first pic =Deontay only flat sneakers Tyson classic heel then Deontay had max the same help as Tyson...if one of this guy had a shoe advantage it's Tyson here.And in this first pic in fact Deontay shrunk a bit more by his neck/back...
Pierre said on 9/Jun/20
@Canson =Magic clearly is not straight here while Tyson's bust and legs are on the same line. Show me the pic inwhich Tyson is taller than Magic = Probably this pic... Click Here ..Then You can argue Tyson is 6"10' here...that is clearly not the case.The only possibility he looks so tall is =he's tiptoeing next to Magic, like in this video next to Deontay = Click Here ....Then=no,the guy who has a disadvantageous posture is Magic ,not Tyson Click Here Magic clearly sleep on Tyson here...fact.
Pierre said on 9/Jun/20
@Canson =Magic clearly is not straight here while Tyson's bust and legs are on the same line. Show me the pic inwhich Tyson is taller than Magic = Probably this pic... Click Here ..Then You can argue Tyson is 6"10' here...that is clearly not the case.The only possibility he looks so tall is =he's tiptoeing next to Magic, like in this video next to Deontay = Click Here ....Then=no,the guy who has a disadvantageous posture is Magic ,not Tyson Click Here Tyson clearly sleep on Tyson here...fact.
Mickie said on 8/Jun/20
The video with Wilder was better for telling height than the photos with Magic. We can see in the first picture (the camera is quite fair in this one) what Fury and Wilder look like when they are in minimal footwear, have similar postures, and are standing around the same distance from the camera: Click Here

That last photo which shows them reaching about the same height has wonky proportions where Wilder's head is well bigger than Fury's and despite Fury's obviously higher shoulder level, they look the same height. I guess Pierre probably thinks this is a good representation of their heights? And that Fury's head is that small compared to Wilder's in the ring and Magic's in those photos they have together?
Canson said on 8/Jun/20
@Pierre: I’m aware of who both Magic Johnson and Tyson Fury are. Magic is clearly favored by the camera and he’s got better posture. Fury is very relaxed. You can tell because when he forces it, he was slightly taller than Magic in a different one. Not saying he is but it shows just like Reece said how poor his posture is
Pierre said on 8/Jun/20
Canson said on 8/Jun/20
@Pierre: that’s false. Magic’s posture is better and he’s favored

Magic is the right guy in the pic Canson !
Canson said on 8/Jun/20
@Pierre: that’s false. Magic’s posture is better and he’s favored
Pierre said on 7/Jun/20
Lol Magic had maybe a fraction more shoe but was sleeping on Tyson ...Imagine Magic in same posture as Tyson...
Pierre said on 7/Jun/20
@Canson = Click Here Magic's posture is = Magic sleep on Tyson Fury then even if Magic had a fraction more heel(not even sure) Magic lose easily more than a fraction in this posture! The pic is a bit inclined but both head are so close one to the other one,then even with a perfectly horizontal pic Magic still look easily taller than Tyson here!

The pic Tyson /Mike Tyson never prove Tyson is 6"7'.This pic is a recent pic Mike is in his 53 now has maybe(probably) shrunk since the pic next to Rob that was made in 2010 then a decade earlier,plus Tyson Fury wear sometimes advantageous shoes too.

Click Here = here is a recent pic Mike/Evander ,Evander(Rob guess him 6"1.25' in 2013) slouching still look around four inches taller than Mike....
Canson said on 7/Jun/20
@Mickie: Right even with the heel, Fury’s shoe is still thin and wouldn’t give him more than 3/4”. Magic’s shoe gives at least an inch. Not sold on 1.25” but still more than Fury’s. And you’re also right in that Fury is disadvantaged in the pics and his posture is not as good as Magic’s
Mickie said on 7/Jun/20
Those shoes Fury wore next to Magic do look super thin. The camera angle helped Magic look taller, too.
Canson said on 6/Jun/20
Pierre said on 4/Jun/20
@Canson = Tyson Fury no heels next to Magic ?! = Click Here

@Pierre: If you look at Magic’s shoe and compare the shoe to the one Fury has on it’s obvious that Magic has a footwear advantage. Look at the pic where both are standing right next to each other below. And looking at Magic’s dress shoe that’s a good heel he has whereas the one Fury has on are not that strong. Maybe I was wrong with the exact difference but Magic still has at minimum 1/4” advantage if not 3/8”.

Click Here

The camera is even tilted in Magic’s favor in this pic so there’s a fair chance that there is little to nothing between them in terms of height difference. I actually do not believe that Magic is above 6’7 or at best 6’7.25” with how he stands next to Jordan who is around 6’4.5” or maybe 6’4 5/8”. I didn’t think he’s as high as 6’7.5” today if he ever was. Of course I’m talking afternoon heights because I feel that he would easily be 6’8” in the morning. And The worse Conceiveable case is that Fury is 6’7” and Magic is 6’7.25”. And I only say that for the same reason that others before me have which is that we aren’t exactly sure how much height difference there is between Wilder and Fury. We can easily see it’s not less than 1” but it’s not more than 1.5”. We also know that Wilder isn’t a 6’5” guy. He gives a taller impression than Klitschko does and he measured 6’6.5”. Even if we want to say it’s a Very early morning height maybe 6’5 7/8 or worst case 6’5.75” but he also looks taller than Anthony Joshua who Rob met and said is around 6’5.75” which he looks. Maybe it’s very close but honestly I could see a good cm. All evidence points to Wilder being at least 6’6”
Canson said on 5/Jun/20
Add this pic that Tall In the Saddle posted on Mike Tyson’s page and it’s more evidence that Fury can, in fact, reach 6’7” If he stands straight. If you account for the fact that Tyson is closer to the camera than Fury

Click Here
Canson said on 5/Jun/20
@Reece: he does probably 70% of the time with Wilder and even with Braun Strowman at times along with Hulk Hogan. It’s that other 30% of the time with Wilder and the pics with Magic and the other pics with Strowman. But some believe Hogan is even as low as 6’2” on this site which he isn’t. He has bad posture due to the injuries he’s sustained. He still looks every bit of 6’3” if you see him in a picture where he stands naturally and Fury looks comfortably at least 6’7” next to him. Probably more 201-202
Pierre said on 5/Jun/20
@Tall in the saddle = Lol when I was wearing this type of sneakers with spongious sole my weight was around 110 kilograms then I'm in a good position to know the help with this type of shoes when you have a heavy weight!They was giving me 1.6 cm no more.I'm sure lot's of type of boxer shoes are giving 1.6 cm!Only Converse shoes are giving 1.6 cm!

Hey guys you always take only this pic in very low angle to argue Tyson is 6"7' or 6"7.5'...With this very low angle if Deontay is just 3 cms more distant to the camera he has a big disadvantage and it'simpossible here to prove he's exactly the same distance to the camera as Tyson...You claim both guys have the same advantage of shoes here but do you know there is a multitude of boxe shoes on the market with different soles....
Canson said on 5/Jun/20
Mickie said on 2/Jun/20
Pierre - you're reverting to inferior evidence. Most notably in that first pictues because Deontay is wearing significantly more footwear. Fury also just boxed 10 rounds, and isn't standing quite as well. Furthermore were other pictures taken that night that aren't as favorable to Wilder.

The second picture again is cherry picked. Fury was dropping more height than Wilder there, but because of your biases you state it's the opposite.

@Mickie: the majority of the pics Pierre uses include compromised angles, etc. he’s convinced that Fury is only 6’6”, so the angles are not bad according to him. The ones where he looks 6’7” are bad instead
Reece said on 4/Jun/20
If only Fury would stand straight more often this debate will be ended.....
Pierre said on 4/Jun/20
@Canson = Tyson Fury no heels next to Magic ?! = Click Here
Tall In The Saddle said on 3/Jun/20
@Pierre

Your ignoring and then rejection of Wilders obvious footwear advantage really undermines the legitimacy of your approach.

IMO 100 kg is not going to compress/diminish the shoe advantage to any factorable degree, particularly when Wilder is relatively static, not jogging, lifting heavy weights etc.or having any exerted any particular energy prior to compromise his height and posture.

Ed Rob or anyone else might be able to comment on shoe compression with greater authority and better qualifications.

I mean seriously, you recently contended that Fury standing in mere longer grass (which he wasn’t) somehow gave him advantage without any ref. to Fury’s own weight which is notably greater than that of Wilder.

You’ve also ignored/rejected the irrefutable - a lower angle advantages the shorter individual. Extreme example i could stand alongside the Eiffel Tower and with a sufficiently low angle I could be made to appear as high in the frame of reference.

We generally present pics as evidence because they are a convenient snapped moment in time but the vision of the fight I’m general, up, down, left, right etc. reflects a general 1” min. adv. to Fury that reasonably agrees with the adv. we can see in the pre fight face off still pics.

Has Deontay himself ever commented on their relative heights? I don’t Wilder necessarily wears advantage footwear to falsify his true height. It just allows him to go eye ball to eye ball with Fury or even a bit better depending on how much lift he has. For the purpose of intimidation it’s better than having to look up at your opponent so Wilder lifts in the face of Fury, something he can’t do in the ring where all things are equal, no caveats or speculations..

Same with Wlad who concedes Fury’s true advantage but still not above lifting at the pre fight pressers. When Wlad dropped the shoes to weigh in you could see a very notable drop in his own height.
Mickie said on 3/Jun/20
A little lesson on perspective in photos. 3 still shots of the center of the ring stare down: Click Here

First photo they are pretty close to being actually equidistant from the camera. Their heads look about the same size. This is close to the true difference between the two fighters. If Fury is as listed here, it suggests Wilder's listing on this site of 6'6.5" probably could be lowered by a fraction of an inch - although there is still some room for error or interpretation.

The second photo shows Fury closer to the camera. You can see how Fury's head is a lot larger than Wilders in this photo. The height difference between the fighters is significantly exaggerated here, although I will note you can still see Wilder is looking up at Fury.

The third photo shows Wilder closer to the camera than Fury (although not by as much as the Fury is closer in the photo immediately above). Wilder's head is significantly larger in this photo's than Fury's which is good evidence for this. If you draw a line across the top of their heads, they look very even here even though Fury's shoulders are clearly higher. That is because Fury's head is further from the camera. The proportions here don't make sense, and neither does the conclusion that the fighters are the same height.
Pierre said on 3/Jun/20
Mickie said on 2/Jun/20
Pierre - you're reverting to inferior evidence. Most notably in that first pictues because Deontay is wearing significantly more footwear. Fury also just boxed 10 rounds, and isn't standing quite as well. Furthermore were other pictures taken that night that aren't as favorable to Wilder.

Mickie You can continue to compare both guys in a strange angle of camera and then argue Tyson looks like a giant next to Deontay not even straight.In my first pic Tyson after fight does not lose more than a fraction ,boxe is not powerlifting.You talk about their shoes=Deontay had maybe not even a fraction more shoes he was in running sneakers with spongious sole and this guy weight around 100 kilograms.....I have the same type of running sneakers they give me 1.6 cm more height than barefoot...In the video on this event you can see Tyson is tiptoeing sometimes then of course there are pics in web inwhich he looks taller than Deontay and each time he's not tiptoeing he never looks taller than Deontay... The evidence is when the angle of camera is good Tyson is 6"6' range not 6"7'.Lot's of examples I posted without strange angles show 6"6' not 6"7'.

The pic with Magic sleeping on Tyson show both guys are clearly not in the same range height...not even close...
Canson said on 3/Jun/20
@Pierre: Fury does not have a heel on his shoe. That’s as flat as can be. Magic has the heel on his and it’s significantly more pronounced
Mickie said on 2/Jun/20
Pierre - you're reverting to inferior evidence. Most notably in that first pictues because Deontay is wearing significantly more footwear. Fury also just boxed 10 rounds, and isn't standing quite as well. Furthermore were other pictures taken that night that aren't as favorable to Wilder.

The second picture again is cherry picked. Fury was dropping more height than Wilder there, but because of your biases you state it's the opposite.
183 man said on 2/Jun/20
6'6.5" barefooted at evening
Mon said on 1/Jun/20
In Fury Wilder II, round two, the commentator made the point that there appears to be more that the official heights one inch of difference between them. Fury may be somewhat under his claimed height, but Wilder is WELL under his. Can't wear lifts in the ring.
Pierre said on 1/Jun/20
Lol again neutral angle of camera here and Deontay has no cap.... = Click Here .Chose pic with neutral angle not strange pics that can advantage a lot one guy on the other guy....Tyson in neutral angle of camera is always max 6"6' range not 6"7'

Click Here = again neutral angle here ,Tyson with his neck more vertical /straighter posture ...but here he had probably not big shoes like sometimes (or sometimes he's tiptoeing too)

Again neutral angle of camera Tyson and Braun Strowman just before Braun backs off with a step and lose height = Click Here Click Here

Hafthor 6"7.5' nearly sleep on Braun and Braun wear a cap = Click Here and Hafthor's top of head is comfortably same height as Braun's top of cap....Tyson is never close to Hafthor's height

All this examples Plus Tyson /Wlad very close one to the other one and again neutral angle of camera and same postures(without several trophies and generous space between feet) show the same thing = Tyson is max 6"6' not 6"7' and the pic I posted recently= Magic slouching next to Tyson and again comfortably taller show again the same thing.
Mickie said on 31/May/20
Canson was correct on his assessment of my opinion on Furys height. I believe him not to be a genuine 6'8" but more 6'7" - 6'7.5" range barefoot.
Pierre said on 31/May/20
@Canson = No, Tyson had heels next to Magic = Click Here And Magic break his posture in the pic Click Here
Canson said on 31/May/20
Mickie said on 29/May/20
@ Harry - pictures can be deceiving.

Fury and Wilder: Click Here

Magic and Wilder: Click Here

Magic looked more than an inch taller than Fury, but only fractionally taller than Wilder. However in reality, Fury is most likely more than an inch TALLER than Wilder.

@Mickie: excellent pics and posts. And I also feel compelled to add, Lennox Lewis is in the same pic and although he’s closer to the camera, there is “less than expected” if we really believe Magic is that much taller than Fury. That proves that pics can be deceiving. I don’t mean less than expected literally but in a figurative way. But for what it’s worth, Wilder looks shorter than Carmelo Anthony in this picture. I doubt he really is noticeably shorter. Pierre May say that Wilder is sub 6’6” but he’s clearly at least 6’6” next to Shaq and Magic. Also see Paul Pierce who you’ve met, it’s clear that Wilder is not less than 6’6”. Wilder holds up better with Magic except the last pic where Pierce is closer to the camera and has footwear advantage on Magic. Not to mention the measurement is 6’6.5. We can argue 6’6 flat afternoon. But you also agree that there is around (1-1.5” between Fury and Wilder). 3cm seems to be the common theme on this page.

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And to your point when you said Pierce could be weak 6’6”. That’s how he looks with Vince Carter. I’ve never seen Carter as a 6’5.5 guy as he wasn’t as tall as Dr j. He was more 196cm only 1cm on Kobe and Pierce about 197-197.5. Carter is closer to the camera

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Canson said on 31/May/20
Mickie said on 29/May/20
@ Harry - pictures can be deceiving.

Fury and Wilder: Click Here

Magic and Wilder: Click Here

Magic looked more than an inch taller than Fury, but only fractionally taller than Wilder. However in reality, Fury is most likely more than an inch TALLER than Wilder.

@Mickie: excellent pics and posts. And I also feel compelled to add, Lennox Lewis is in the same pic and although he’s closer to the camera, there is “less than expected” if we really believe Magic is that much taller than Fury. That proves that pics can be deceiving. I don’t mean less than expected literally but in a figurative way
Canson said on 31/May/20
@Pierre: .75” difference is impossible. If Wlad is that much shorter than Fury and Wlad wears lifts as Fury once even said, Wlad wouldn’t have guessed him some 2” taller. I respect you and your opinion but I agree with the way that Mickie and Tall in the Saddle presented their arguments as they look much closer to reality. A 6’6” Fury would make Wlad a best case of 6’4” and even a bit more conservative difference of 1.5” would put him at 6’4.5”. If you look at Wlad with Paul Pogba and compare that to Draymond Green and Pogba it’s clear that there is about the same difference. Green and Wlad are listed the same here by Rob, as well. The lowest I could argue for either guy is 6’5” flat and that’s more likely going to go to Green as he can look that low or even lower next to Matt Barnes with his legs being apart. Rob states that on Draymond’s page, so it’s possible both guys are 6’5.25 or maybe 6’5 1/8 (196 cm). Of course we don’t know if Matt Barnes is the full 200cm (6’6.75) in the afternoon since his is a Combine measurement. But I think you can see where I am going with this.

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Mickie said on 31/May/20
@ Pierre - you're right about one of the pictures (Fury and Wilder in ring or Fury and Magic) being of better quality for judging height than the other, you're just wrong about which one.

On the one hand we have Fury and Wilder the about the same distance from the camera and both in minimal footwear and with similar posture. You can make excuses otherwise until the cows come home, but that ring staredown is the single best piece of evidence we have for judging Wilder vs Fury's height and Fury looked taller by an inch to an inch and a half. On the other hand we have photos where Magic has a footwear advantage and his head appears far larger than Fury's. If that was all I knew about Fury, I might think he's about 6'6" too but we have better evidence available to judge by.

Secondly, we can see that Magic Johnson did not appear as tall next to Wilder as Fury did, so we know something doesn't add up. Either Wilder is looking deceptively tall next to Magic, or Fury is looking deceptively short next to Magic.
Pierre said on 31/May/20
Mickie said on 29/May/20
@ Harry - pictures can be deceiving.

No deceiving ,just take in consideration bad angle of camera very low and probably Tyson just a bit closer to the camera so big advantage with this angle of camera plus Deontay not exactly as straight as Tyson.
In the pic Tyson/Magic the camera is not as low than this famous pic on ring Deontay /Tyson plus both heads very close one to the other one this time, then the pic show around the real difference of height between Tyson and Magic ,Magic breaking his posture Click Here
Mickie said on 29/May/20
@ Harry - pictures can be deceiving.

Fury and Wilder: Click Here

Magic and Wilder: Click Here

Magic looked more than an inch taller than Fury, but only fractionally taller than Wilder. However in reality, Fury is most likely more than an inch TALLER than Wilder.
Canson said on 29/May/20
Harry Sachs said on 28/May/20
I find it hilariously funny how you guys constantly inflate these guys heights. Tyson Fury is clearly shorter than Magic Johnson who you people claim to be 6'7. So how could Tyson Fury be 6'8? Click Here
Editor Rob
He can look shorter than Magic. Wether their shoes were equal or their heads same distance from camera I'm not sure.

@Harry Sachs: I doubt anyone is saying he really is 6’8”. Maybe a while back on this page but none of the people in this current discussion. Mickie said he looked it in the pic he posted which he can on occasion. He didn’t say he actually is though

@Editor Rob: there was definitely a footwear advantage as Magic was in dress shoes and Fury in flats. I would like to see a pic of the two back to back to settle it as I’m not convinced Magic is really That much taller if they stood barefoot, if even
Pierre said on 29/May/20
Take the simplicity = both guys in same posture = Click Here no several trophies here no one of this guys shrink here camera same distance of both guys (Tyson looks even a bit straighter than Wlad but...) = Wlad max 6"5.25' give Tyson 6"6' never 6"7'
Pierre said on 29/May/20
@Harry Sachs=Plus imagine if Magic was standing straighter in the pic.
Harry Sachs said on 28/May/20
I find it hilariously funny how you guys constantly inflate these guys heights. Tyson Fury is clearly shorter than Magic Johnson who you people claim to be 6'7. So how could Tyson Fury be 6'8? Click Here
Editor Rob
He can look shorter than Magic. Wether their shoes were equal or their heads same distance from camera I'm not sure.
Pierre said on 28/May/20
Canson said on 28/May/20

@Pierre: I stated that, though, that it looked similar to yours. The angle was bad for both but more so on the pic you posted. Also I do get what you’re saying about level playing field, etc. but I’m not seeing how the pic with the two guys on the field is an issue because the ground level looks the same

@Canson= As I said = the postures are clearly not the same Wlad with a generous space between his own feet and wearing all this trophies clearly shrunk here.
Gman39 said on 28/May/20
In the famous picture on the field, I think Wlad holding all those belts could take a 1/4 inch from him - I remember big Rob saying those belts individually are quite heavy - just imagine holding five of them, spreading your feet, and being measured for height. I think Fury is 6'7.25 and Wlad is 6'5.5.
Mickie said on 28/May/20
I'm not so sure Kugan is a legit 6'4" guy. Here he is with Wilder: Click Here Kugan looks 6'3" max there, honestly I wouldn't argue with someone who said 6'2.5".
Canson said on 28/May/20
Pierre said on 23/May/20
@Canson = 🙂 My pics are not biased = your first pic (Comment on 22 May ) show the same thing as mine =

@Pierre: I stated that, though, that it looked similar to yours. The angle was bad for both but more so on the pic you posted. Also I do get what you’re saying about level playing field, etc. but I’m not seeing how the pic with the two guys on the field is an issue because the ground level looks the same
Pierre said on 27/May/20
@Mickie= Tyson is just at the limit before he can lose height with his space between his own feet .then logically Wlad with his generous space between his own feet logically lose a bit height plus slouch with his trophies.take the simplicity = both guys face to face regular floor around same posture .
In your pic on 26/05 the camera again is low with Tyson closer to the camera so good advantage and Wlad is not even straight.
Pierre said on 27/May/20
@Tall in the saddle = please take the good pics with guys on regular floors neutral angle of camera and same postures....
pov said on 26/May/20
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26 mins, roughly 6'4 kugan cassius calls tyson fury 6'6, fury corrects him and says 6'9. jason momoa has also called fury 6'6 before. It's weird how low they're estimating him. Obviously he isnt 6'9, but taller than 6'6 defo.
Mickie said on 26/May/20
Pierre - no offense but you do tend to use a lot of pictures that aren't fair comparisons. I do my best to consider the evidence of how tall these guys look in the boxing ring. I can find pictures where Tyson LOOKS an 6'8.5" like this: Click Here but that doesn't mean he would measure that tall. Conversely, finding a photo where he LOOKS 6'6", doesn't mean he would actually measure that short.

FYI Rob has done some videos about how standing with a wide stance doesn't particularly shrink your measured height unless your feet are really quite wide apart.

I'd still go 6'7.25" - 6'7.5" as the range for Fury. 6'7" flat isn't impossible, but I would not go lower than that.
Tall In The Saddle said on 25/May/20
@Pierre

Due respect but your arguments are predetermined to reject and attempt to explain away all potential evidence in support of Tyson standing 6’7” at the least.

Hypothetically, if a new piece of evidence was produced that concretely showed Tyson barefoot as 1” taller than a barefoot Wilder you would simply assume or claim it related to a poor angle, poor posture for Wilder etc even when those conditions aren’t present. You’re putting the cart before the horse, the conclusion before the evidence. Basically, you’re not assessing the evidence objectively, The next best thing to the hypothetical example was the actual face off in the ring and you invoked the usual poor posture poor angle rug pulls when those conditions were clearly not present. You claimed a low angle to Wilders disadvantage but as already pointed out, a lower angle in fact is an advantage to the shorter man.

Latest example. Not that a few mm diff. in grass length compressed underfoot would give any advantage BUT the fact is there is NO diff. In grass length. The dark and light strips are merely a result of the direction in which the grass is deliberately cut. Alternating strips simply reflect the light differently to assist refs determining off side plays. The grass appears greener on Fury’s side but the length is the same. They are on equal footing.

Sorry but that’s really clutching at straws or actual grass in this particular instance. I mean when reasonably irrefutable evidence is ultimately produced one can always choose not to accept it and figure something must be “up” only because it doesn’t suit their preconceived conclusion.

Cuts both ways. If somehow a perfectly framed pic of Fury and Wilder side by side barefoot came to light with Wilder standing equal or even taller than Fury, then all prev, inferior evidence indicating otherwise would be rendered Invalid. In the ring Fury was clearly at least 1” taller - best quality evidence to date IMO. You’ve tried to falsely invalidate what can clearly be seen and then turn back to inferior evidence with both hidden and obvious variables open to highly subjective interpretations.

But whatever Fury’s height, the thread is active and civil and that’s a good thing.
Pierre said on 23/May/20
@Canson = 🙂 My pics are not biased = your first pic (Comment on 22 May ) show the same thing as mine = Wlad 6"5'/6"5.25' Tyson 6"6' .The pics that are biased are not mine,but the pics you or some internauts post with Wlad and Tyson in Stadium,Wlad with a bigger space between his own feet and slouching by wearing all this trophies...or this pics with very low angles and Deontay slouching with his head a lot in front of his body while Tyson stand easily straighter...Wlad wearing elevator shoes is only rumour his shoes are looking very classic.but sometimes just after the weigh in the guy next to Wlad is barefoot as I show recently in a comment,then the difference of height is bigger of course,and another time the same boxer will wear shoes and then the difference will be slimer.

In your second pic in stadium the floor is probably advantageous for Tyson because you can see in a pic I posted recently wlad is on a short grass Click Here

In your pic number 3 as I explain before = Wlad with all this trophies isn't straight plus comfortable space betwen his own feet then finally of course looks easily shorter plus = Wlad is still on the short grass = Click Here then Tyson has certainly an advantage of floor here again...
Canson said on 22/May/20
@Pierre: I respect you very much as a poster but you have a tendency to use pics that are a bit biased. That picture which clearly favors Klitschko, still shows that Fury is the taller of the two. This is before we even address footwear, when we also know that Klitschko is a known lift wearer. That having been said, how is the first pic you posted which favors Klitschko as he’s closer to the camera, any better than the pic that I posted with the two of them on the playing field? At least my pic doesn’t favor either guy and neither your pic or mine shows footwear yet the height difference is what both Klitschko also said it was between them when he acknowledged that Fury is around Wach’s height. Everything should or could be taken with a grain of salt but in all honesty Klitschko is more honest than most with his height as he only claims to be his afternoon height of 6’5”. This along with the fact that Klitschko, while wearing lifts at times, still guessed him to be Wach’s height. So that said, it would be even easier for Wlad to underestimate or undermine Fury’s height more so than inflate it.

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In this second pic, it is almost identical to what you posted where one Wlad is favored. Only difference is that Fury is favored albeit much less than Wlad was in your pic as it actually influenced the perception of their heights. In my pic, you can clearly see what it should be.

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Pierre said on 21/May/20
Mickie said on 21/May/20
Pierre - No, the angle of them in the picture in the center of the ring is not wonky. Tyson is not signifiantly closer to the camera and their postures are similar. It's just that you don't like the conclusion you'd be forced to draw.

@Mickie = Yeahhhh ....My conclusion is just = with the good angles and both men very close one to the other one Tyson does not look taller than Deontay...it's even sometimes the opposite....fact!
Mickie said on 21/May/20
Pierre - No, the angle of them in the picture in the center of the ring is not wonky. Tyson is not signifiantly closer to the camera and their postures are similar. It's just that you don't like the conclusion you'd be forced to draw.
Pierre said on 21/May/20
@Mickie....lWilder is straighter in the second pic but always slouch! in the second pic Tyson 's shoulder nearly touch the camera then Tyson is of course clearly closer to the camera here!And in both pics low angle of camera! with this pics you can even argue 6"8' for Tyson ....

Neutral angle of camera Tyson with advantage of cap = Click Here

Click Here = neutral angle of camera Deontay with back/neck not straight

Click Here =Deontay's neck not vertical here again Tyson again with advantage of cap
Mickie said on 20/May/20
This is how Fury looks in a picture where he is actually with a posture advantage over Wilder: Click Here

This is Fury with about the same posture as Wilder (who's not breaking his back, or hugely disadvantaged by the camera angle): Click Here
Pierre said on 20/May/20
@Canson = Click Here = again Tyson /Braun Strowman both in sneakers Tyson a hair taller than Braun .

Click Here = Hafthor Click Here listed 6"7.75' apparently you guess him 6"7.5' like the average guess (6"7.48') , in a terrible posture losing lot's of height is still a bit taller than Braun's cap.... Braun had no cap next to Tyson...
Pierre said on 20/May/20
@Canson = Click Here = again Tyson /Braun Strowman both in sneakers Tyson a hair taller than Braun

Click Here = Hafthor Click Here listed 6"7.75' apparently you guess him 6"7.5' like the average guess (6"7.48') , in a terrible posture losing lot's of height is still a bit taller than Braun's cap.... Braun had no cap next to Tyson...
Pierre said on 20/May/20
@Canson 2 inches here?! a 6"7' guy never looks as short as here ! and same posture here Click Here Wlad's eyes are not even a full inch lower than Tyson's eyes Click Here Click Here Click Here Click Here Click Here = same event as your famous pic with Wlad in terible posture and here this time both same posture and Wlad is on the short grass and more distant to the camera....A 6"7' guy is a lot taller than Tyson here ,again an inch here not two!
Canson said on 19/May/20
@Pierre:

2 inches difference ?! Yeeeeaaaahhh = but only in your famous pics with different postures ....

No. No famous pics here. That’s how they look on average. There’s never less than that and Klitschko in a good pic of them and Wlad who I think anyone on this site can look at and consider honest with his claims, said that Fury was approxaimarely the same height as Wach. He wouldn’t mistake someone who’s only an inch taller than him for being 2 or 2.5” taller. As well, keep in mind that Wlad has a brother who is around 1.5” taller or so so I don’t see why it would be an issue with him being able to determine Fury’s height. I would assume that Wlad knew that Fury was taller than Vitaly on the spot
Pierre said on 19/May/20
My guess is Tyson around 6"6' ,no more, by lot's of comparisons.
Canson said on 18/May/20
@Movieguy12: I don’t think Pierre is saying Fury is 6’5 range, but instead saying he’s a solid 6’6”.
Pierre said on 18/May/20
Canson said on 16/May/20
@Pierre: I know that Wlad is 6’5” range (and closer to 6’5 than 6’6). I have always had him at that. Fury is clearly 2” taller than Wlad.

2 inches difference ?! Yeeeeaaaahhh = but only in your famous pics with different postures ....
Canson said on 18/May/20
Chris Junior Hernandez 1990 said on 14/May/20
He can be 202cm but not 6'8 or 6'9. 6'8 3/4 billed height was probably height with shoes.

True 200-202 but not 198 like some are saying
movieguy12 said on 17/May/20
Some of the downgrade comments are ridiculous. I'm not sure that Fury is really 6'9'' I think he's a bit less, I don't buy him being in the 6'5'' to 6'6'' range either. He is a giant man even for a heavyweight boxer.
Canson said on 16/May/20
@Pierre: I know that Wlad is 6’5” range (and closer to 6’5 than 6’6). I have always had him at that. Fury is clearly 2” taller than Wlad
Chris Junior Hernandez 1990 said on 14/May/20
He can be 202cm but not 6'8 or 6'9. 6'8 3/4 billed height was probably height with shoes.
Pierre said on 14/May/20
@Canson = Wlad is never 6"6'...he's 6"5' range and in pics in same postures not even sure there is a complete inch between Wlad and Tyson....
Canson said on 14/May/20
Pierre said on 9/May/20
@Canson = the pics talk for themselves...of course Wlad slouching with big space betwen his own feet etc looks a lot shorter than Tyson.With this type of pics you can even argue 6"8' for Tyson.... 6"6' when both men have he same posture.

They can’t be 6’6 when they have the same posture. Fury is clearly taller
Pierre said on 11/May/20
Mickie said on 9/May/20
This gives you more of a sense of the stature difference between Fury and Wlad, as Wlad wasn't wearing lifts: Click Here

Neither guy is standing well so it is hard to be precise about the difference, but you can see Fury is a taller guy with a bigger frame. whether the true difference is 2" or 2.5" is debatable - what isn't debatable is that even Wladimir thought Fury was taller than himself (and similar in height to 202 cm listed Wach).


The postures are not the same here Wlad shrinking easily more than Tyson,Wlad with one of his shoulder a lot lower than the other/ bust not straight,while Tyson shrink only by tilting his head .Take the simplicity = The other pics face to face with both men in same posture = Tyson 6"6' range not 6"7'
Qui said on 11/May/20
I’d say fury would be almost identical to Greg davies
Mickie said on 9/May/20
This gives you more of a sense of the stature difference between Fury and Wlad, as Wlad wasn't wearing lifts: Click Here

Neither guy is standing well so it is hard to be precise about the difference, but you can see Fury is a taller guy with a bigger frame. whether the true difference is 2" or 2.5" is debatable - what isn't debatable is that even Wladimir thought Fury was taller than himself (and similar in height to 202 cm listed Wach).
Daddy short legs said on 9/May/20
I’d say Fury is 6.7.. maybe a smidgen over. When he faced off with Otto Wallin last year the Swede remarked straight away “you’re not 6.9!” To which Fury possibly taken off guard is clearly heard to reply “I’m 6.7”. Also Jason Mamoa (Aquaman Actor) is listed on this site as a height of 6.4 .. with a photo with Rob to confirm this . Any google search of when Tyson Fury met Jason recently is easy to find . And it’s clear that there is about a 3 inch difference between the Pair 👍🏻
Pierre said on 9/May/20
@Canson = the pics talk for themselves...of course Wlad slouching with big space betwen his own feet etc looks a lot shorter than Tyson.With this type of pics you can even argue 6"8' for Tyson.... 6"6' when both men have he same posture.
Canson said on 8/May/20
Pierre said on 6/May/20
Canson said on 5/May/20
@Pierre: A sub 6’6” (6’5 range) Tyson Fury is about as likely (actually possible) as one of us here randomly hitting the Powerball or Mega Millions even just for the starting prize

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Wlad slouch in second pic with all this trophies and not sure the floor is perfectly regular here in both pics .Is Tyson tiptoeing like he does sometimes .... Click Here = here around the whole bodies Wlad also shrink with a big space between his feet plus very probably slouch(bust) with all his trophies ...

Each time they are standing on a regular floor face to face Tyson never looks close to 6"7' next to Wlad

Click Here Click Here Click Here Click Here Click Here = here Tyson forcing his posture does not look even a full 6"7' next to Wlad in classic posture = here again Wlad shrinking with back and neck while Tyson stand straight = Click Here Click Here

Then= no,I wouldn't bet a dollar Tyson is close to 6"7' here...6"6' range.

@Pierre: I’m not seeing how that’s possible. Klitschko’s assessment on Fury’s height lines up with the pictures, and how he guessed him (Wach’s height) and Rob’s assessment of him 6’7 and change
Jkiller said on 6/May/20
6'7.25
Pierre said on 6/May/20
Canson said on 5/May/20
@Pierre: A sub 6’6” (6’5 range) Tyson Fury is about as likely (actually possible) as one of us here randomly hitting the Powerball or Mega Millions even just for the starting prize

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Wlad slouch in second pic with all this trophies and not sure the floor is perfectly regular here in both pics .Is Tyson tiptoeing like he does sometimes .... Click Here = here around the whole bodies Wlad also shrink with a big space between his feet plus very probably slouch(bust) with all his trophies ...

Each time they are standing on a regular floor face to face Tyson never looks close to 6"7' next to Wlad

Click Here Click Here Click Here Click Here Click Here = here Tyson forcing his posture does not look even a full 6"7' next to Wlad in classic posture = here again Wlad shrinking with back and neck while Tyson stand straight = Click Here Click Here

Then= no,I wouldn't bet a dollar Tyson is close to 6"7' here...6"6' range.
Canson said on 5/May/20
@Pierre: A sub 6’6” (6’5 range) Tyson Fury is about as likely (actually possible) as one of us here randomly hitting the Powerball or Mega Millions even just for the starting prize

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Pierre said on 4/May/20
@Mickie = Lol the sequence is cut , I only believe what I see ,it will be hard to know if Tyson had shoes or not next to Vince Vaughn...
Vince Vaughn is maybe not even 6"4' this days ....Mel Gibson who has never been a tall guy and now in his 60 big max 5"9' and probably a bit under this mark,the top of his head is around the same height as the start of Vince's nose...and Vince's nose is short.... Vince Vaughn looks around the same height as Snoop Dog himself looking easily more than four inches shorter than Magic Johnson ....
Stephen Merchant listed 6"7' in a terrible posture that make him lose nearly two inches Click Here looks again around 2 inches taller than Vince in good posture ....
Mickie said on 3/May/20
You can't call that 0 proof. The guy is on video putting his boxing shoes on from being barefoot when meeting the actor. And to your point about Vince Vaughn's height, I don't even think Vince Vaughn is a 6'5" guy. Actually I think he was always 6'4.5" and could be as low as 6'4" flat today or maybe 6'4.25". But with an inch of footwear advantage, he can be viewed as a 6'5" or slightly over with Tyson (who is also a natural sloucher in many scenarios).
Pierre said on 2/May/20
@Mickie =Maybe barefoot maybe not....maybe ring shoes maybe not...zero proofs....but good trying...( I hope for the 6"7' claimants Tyson was barefoot if not this means he's probably under 6"6' next to Vince Vaughn)

Vince Vaughn and Mel Gibson max 5"9' wearing sneakers, Vince closer to the camera = Click Here

Mel Gibson /Danny Trejo = Click Here
Danny with Rob = Click Here

Mel wearing massive cow boy boots here = Click Here Click Here Click Here ....
Pierre said on 2/May/20
@Canson = Vlad slouch in your pic = Click Here =same event Tyson a bit closer to the camera....Where are two inches here? and you can see tyson's shoes are higher than Wlad's shoes probably the floor is advantageous for him here (the grass is not mowed where Tyson stand)

Click Here = here regular floor a 6"7' guy or close to 6"7' never looks as short next to a 6"5' range guy Click Here

Click Here = even here when Wlad shrink by slouching his back and neck he's not two inches shorter than Tyson
Mickie said on 1/May/20
@ Pierre - Nice try, but Tyson was most likely barefoot with Vince Vaughn. Here he is putting his boxing shoes seemingly after their meeting: Click Here At most, he was wearing boxing ring shoes. Likely barefoot.
Pierre said on 1/May/20
184guy2 said on 30/Apr/20
At least 2.5 inches taller then Vince Vaughn
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Tyson is clearly a lot closer to the camera here plus advantage of his cap.Plus Tyson lots of time wear comfortable sole(shoes at 2:15) Click Here
About Vince Vaughn = here next to 6"3.75' Snoop = Click Here
Snoop and Magic = Click Here Snoop easily closer to the camera other = Click Here
Vince Vaughn and Stephen Merchant listed 6"7' both men around same distance to the camera this time and Stephen shrunk a lot ,he's in a terrible posture and not advantageous cap Stephen wear flat sneakers (while you can see at 2:15 in 184 Guy's video Tyson wear again comfortable soles ) = Click Here Click Here

Click Here =Tyson a lot closer to the camera both guys shrink a bit ....

By all this comparisons no way I can claim Tyson even close to 6"7' here again...
Canson said on 1/May/20
@Anonymous: it’s at least 2. Not to mention we don’t know the footwear that Wlad wears at times

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Pierre said on 30/Apr/20
@Tall In The Saddle = Tyson never look taller than Deontay here to me ,and Deontay is just a bit closer to the camera and not all the time,and both men are so close one to the other one plus camera not particularly low, then not a big advantage for Deontay,who does not stand always straight,and later in the video when both are face to face same thing= Tyson clearly does not look taller than Deontay even the contrary.Only when Tyson start to be on his toes he looks taller.
In your example with low camera both men more distant one to the other one (and I persist= Deontay clearly slouch/shrunk here more than Tyson),if one of this men is a bit closer to the camera he has a big advantage and to me Tyson is some centimeters closer to the camera here.
Anonymouse said on 30/Apr/20
Tyson Fury, in my opinion is near 6'7, I only saw about an inch difference between him and wladimir klitschko and also with Wilder. It seems heavyweight boxing is copying WWE wrestling with this "billed height" it sounds better when you add 2 inches on!
Canson said on 30/Apr/20
@Pierre: how tall do you have David Price? Do you think he’s grossly overlisted or somewhat close to the 6’8” listing Rob has given him here?
184guy2 said on 30/Apr/20
At least 2.5 inches taller then Vince Vaughn
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Tall In The Saddle said on 30/Apr/20
@Pierre

Thanks for your response. In the last pic I linked Wilder's posture is no worse than Fury's IMO and certainly not so bad as to explain away Fury's full advantage. Anyway, addressing the face off you've just linked 29 April 2020. As they stand in the ring, before facing off, Fury further from camera looks at least the same height if not a touch taller. There's also a lot of tip toeing on both men's part prior to facing off. See 14 sec mark when they both come down off their toes - Fury looks taller IMO. Yet, when they face off at about 19 sec mark Wilder closer to camera somehow looks a touch taller - perhaps on toes a bit, with Fury then returning in kind?
You can only catch up glimpse but Wilder appears to be wearing sneakers which could allow for up to 1.5" increase. Boxing shoes are not at all comparable to even mildly heeled sneakers. Boxing shoes are just soles and thin soles at that. Jogging in boxing shoes would be virtually like running in bare feet, no cushion from impact. A comparison between Fury in boxing shoes and Wilder in sneakers is compromised from the get go. Their actual face off prior to their fight is still the best evidence I think.
Pierre said on 29/Apr/20
@Tall in the saddle = of course in your example Deontay slouch a lot with his head a lot in front of his body while we can see Tyson in better posture.Both men more distant one to the other one in your example and low camera ,and not even sure the pic is horizontal here.

Click Here in this video there is not low angle of camera and similar postures with Deontay maybe a fraction more shoes(spongious running sneakers with a 100 kilogrames man in this sneakers ...I have this type of shoes they give me 1.6 cm more than my barefoot height in fact....I doubt boxer shoes give really less than that... ).Both men this time very close one to the other one in a classic angle of camera this time= simply with Deontay 6"6.25' or even 6"6.5'...Tyson looks all the time one hair shorter and clearly never 6"7' here...he's taller only when he start to play tiptoeing in the video...Tyson is never close to 6"7' here...Even when Deontay is not straight in the video he's again at least as tall as Tyson ...no distant men here no low camera here ...= bye bye 6"7' hello 6"6'.
Tall In The Saddle said on 27/Apr/20
@Pierre

In the photo I linked 22 April 2020 Fury is just as relaxed as Wilder and I see no way if both stood perfectly at that moment that Wilder wouldn't still be dropping at least 1". You said the face off was taken at a low angle, the pic I linked wasn't. You linked a photo yourself 26 April 2020 where Wilder's posture isn't perfect, AGREED. But why? That isn't the photo being examined and has far more variables to consider anyway, not the least being footwear. At any rate, it has a purpose. For contrast, it shows imperfect posture on Wilder's part, as clearly evidenced by the angle of the back of his neck and his ears well forward and not aligned with the middle of his shoulders. In the face off, the back of Wilder's neck is perfectly straight and his ears in line with the mid point of his shoulders. Indicative of good posture. He isn't slouching. To suggest that Wilder does slouch and then link other photos of him slouching isn't actually addressing the fact that he isn't slouching in the face off.

@Mickie

Sure. At least for most of us, whatever that's worth because weight of numbers doesn't necessarily make us right, I think we agree on a min. of 1" adv. to Fury. Beyond that, I think it's justifiably arguable from either end as to exactly how much more than 1" it may be - a fair ceiling to the argument perhaps being 1.5" max.
Canson said on 27/Apr/20
@Mickie: I can certainly agree with his 1.5” estimate over Fury and Wilder being the same height or there being less than an inch between them. 1” is a possibility too but it’s certainly not less. While I was guilty at one very short period of time of suspecting less than 6’7” because of how he looked with Magic, I certainly do not now. To be fair, I don’t know if Pierre has actually watched the entire match itself or if he is just basing it off select pictures, whereas I can easily tell that both of you actually watched it and are using a visual of what you saw along with maybe a couple others here. I haven’t seen Pierre say whether he has or not but watching something on screen gives the better depiction being Fury is less likely to slouch for that extended period of time that he would be in a single picture, something that happens quite frequently being he looked shorter than Braun Strowman as well.
Pierre said on 27/Apr/20
@Mickie= Lol pics in ring with Deontay slouching a lot both men distant one to the other one and low angle of camera are better to argue 6"7' for Tyson....
Tyson 6"6'
Pierre said on 26/Apr/20
@Tall in the saddle = the pic you posted on 22 April = this is not a proof Tyson is taller=apparently when Deontay stand in a natural relaxed posture (as I can imagine in your pic) he slouch generally a lot as we can see here = Click Here then of course in a pic inwhich we can see only their heads Tyson looks taller.
Mickie said on 25/Apr/20
@ Tall In The Saddle - Fury being 1.5" taller than Wilder is possible. I would place my money on it being somewhere between 1-1/8" to 1-3/8", but I can see at times how it could be a little more.
Mickie said on 24/Apr/20
@ Pierre - lol. There was nothing wrong with the angle in the stare down and the center of the ring.

Fury: 6'7.25" - 6'7.5"
Wilder: 6'6" - 6'6.25"
jock said on 24/Apr/20
Tyson is 6 feet 8 inches.
Canson said on 23/Apr/20
@Miko: I know Wilder is wearing boots in the picture above but I. The ring, Wilder much under 6’6” looks very suspect. Maybe somehow 197.5 is remotely possible only because of how he looked next to Carmelo but He looks too tall and long to be a simpler 6’5” range guy (195-196). Id still say 198cm. And Id have an easier time believing a guy like Audley Harrison or even Anthony Joshua are 6’5 before him and I doubt either of those guys is below 197cm
Pierre said on 23/Apr/20
@miko = chose pics in neutral angle of camera and Tyson without big heels and not tiptoeing = Click Here

Deontay 6"6' afternoon = Tyson max same height as him
miko said on 22/Apr/20
The only way Fury is 6'6 'max' is if Wilder is under 6'5.

Wilder at under 6'5 is beyond absurd.
Tall In The Saddle said on 22/Apr/20
Personally, I would give Fury 1.5" over Wilder.

BUT the real point is that, at least IMO, Fury is inarguably at least 1"+ taller with finer calibrations required thereafter to estimate exactly how much more taller - an arguable point. I don't know that anymore can be put forward that hasn't already been put forward to support this view. Maybe this pic has already been linked, post fight embrace between Fury and Wilder. Click Here Sure, Fury is closer to camera but the guys are in tight proximity and the shot is at their head level. The true height difference was stripped down and laid bare in the ring - all references outside the ring superseded and rendered impractical.
Pierre said on 22/Apr/20
Canson said on 20/Apr/20
@Pierre: fast forward to 18:00 onward around where they face off. There is no camera advantage for either guy. Fury is clearly taller by at least a solid inch. At points in the fight where they show both guys on camera, it looks 3 cm

Click Here

@Canson,your video correspond to Mickie pic,low angle of camera,Deontay slouching a lot with back and neck

With a better angle of camera when both are standing very close one to the other one with around same shoes = and Deontay here clearly in a better posture than in your example = Click Here
Tyson never can be 6"7' range here.Tyson is maybe tired here but be tired never make you lose an inch compared to your afternoon height,not even a full centimeter.Tyson 6"6' again to me
Canson said on 20/Apr/20
@Pierre: fast forward to 18:00 onward around where they face off. There is no camera advantage for either guy. Fury is clearly taller by at least a solid inch. At points in the fight where they show both guys on camera, it looks 3 cm

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Pierre said on 18/Apr/20
Mickie said on 16/Apr/20
@ Pierre - the angle on that picture is fine. Btw A low camera angle would be more likely to diminish Tysons height advantage, not enhance it.

With this angle of camera if Tyson stand just a bit closer to the camera than Deontay Tyson is advantaged.Plus the difference of postures.
Mickie said on 16/Apr/20
@ Pierre - the angle on that picture is fine. Btw A low camera angle would be more likely to diminish Tysons height advantage, not enhance it.
Mickie said on 16/Apr/20
@ Pierre - the angle on that picture is fine. Btw A low camera angle would be more likely to diminish Tysons height advtanfe, not enhance it.
Pierre said on 16/Apr/20
Click Here =Tyson taller than Deontay depending the shoes.when he's just in his boxer shoes in the ring and Deontay maybe a fraction more sneaker,with the difference of postures plus the supposed fraction more shoe finally Tyson is max same height as Deontay ,so clearly never close to 6"7'.Guys who argue Tyson was tired after the fight= when you're tired your body can maybe lose 0.5 cm compared to your afternoon height but no more,and you can see in the video he's not a lot tired because he play to strech up a max his body while he's tiptoeing sometimes.The fact Tyson is tired will never make a Tyson close to 6"7' here.

Maybe explain why his leather shoes are looking so high under his pant as we can see here ,looking like elevator shoes = Click Here

Or why other times he wear big soles like here = Click Here
but finally even with his big soles and a bit more straight(head/neck) he does not look really taller than Deontay ...
Canson said on 16/Apr/20
Mickie said on 14/Apr/20
@ Pierre - Fury is not any closer to the camera here: Click Here

I think it's obvious Fury is a good 3cm taller than Wilder, anyway. Although Wilder's height is somewhat debatable.

Agreed. Probably 3cm. But no less than 1” like Rob has them listed
Pierre said on 15/Apr/20
@Tall in the saddle = I showed by lots of comparisons in better angles than some comparisons some internauts post here than Tyson 6"6' is more the reality than 6"7' ,I even showed that by comparisons with some guys Rob has seen(Hafthor,Anthony Joshua...)...
Pierre said on 15/Apr/20
Mickie said on 14/Apr/20
@ Pierre - Fury is not any closer to the camera here: Click Here

I think it's obvious Fury is a good 3cm taller than Wilder, anyway. Although Wilder's height is somewhat debatable.

@Mickie Your pic is an example of camera very low in direction to the sky and Deontay clearly shrinks with his head a lot in front of his body.
Canson said on 15/Apr/20
Pierre said on 14/Apr/20
Canson said on 13 April=
@Pierre: yea but for every pic you post where you believe he is 6’6” I can find one where he’s 6’7+. Most of The pics where he appears 6’6 include camera angle issues or where someone else is heavily favored. But case in point is the fight with wilder where he was right in front of Wilder. Wilder measured 6’6.5” at some point in the day likely morning. So even if we say he’s 6’6” Fury is not under 6’7”. The fight mirrors the other evidence that Mickie and others have posted

Lol I still waiting for your famous "evidence" ...with a camera as low as possible you can even claim Tyson is 6"9' if you want...

Where did I say he was 6’9, Pierre? I didn’t:
Mickie said on 14/Apr/20
@ Pierre - Fury is not any closer to the camera here: Click Here

I think it's obvious Fury is a good 3cm taller than Wilder, anyway. Although Wilder's height is somewhat debatable.
Tall In The Saddle said on 14/Apr/20
@Pierre

Due respect brother but I think you're locked into an impractical, pre supposed height for Fury. You've firmed on 6'6". You figure any new contrary evidence must be compromised. Even if new evidence shows Fury to be taller you feel that you "know" that can't be true. As such, you look to things real or not (faulty angle, poor posture etc.) to negate what can clearly be seen in order to confirm your bias. I mean, we've all probably been guilty of same at some point - locking down on what we think we "know" and ignoring or dismissing any contrary evidence thereafter because we "think" it must be illusory.

Re the face off photo. My guess is that if the physical positions of Tyson and Wilder were literally switched, with both men appearing equal in height, all else the same, proximity, angle, etc., you wouldn't be pointing to any so called "negators" - you would simply accept the resulting vision as confirmation of your bias without any attempt to reduce it down. It always comes down to opinion but, at least IMO, that face off is as good as it gets - a true depiction of the height diff. which presents as the best quality evidence. Turning back to inferior evidence that formed your pre supposed estimate doesn't cut it. Nor does hyperbole, suggesting Fury and Wilder were filmed from their ankles. Hardly.

As to face offs. They should always be squarely filmed but unfortunately they aren't. People want to see these guys face to face, make their own comparisons. Forget the tale of the tape, many of which have been proven woefully wrong when the two guys in question actually get in the ring and visual comparisons can be made. There have been some "artsy" filming efforts, literally filmed almost from the canvas up. I suppose the height of current HWs make it difficult for average sized cameramen to be in perfectly line with the fighters - maybe they should get equitably tall ex-pugs like Lewis or Klit to moonlight as pre-fight instruction cameramen. LOL.
Pierre said on 14/Apr/20
Tyson Fury/Deontay =about Deontay's height

Deontay / Dominic Breazale both wearing sneakers= at around 26:27 shoes at around 26:22 = Click Here

Anthony Joshua big max 6"5.75' and barefoot /Dominic wearing sneakers so no less than 2 cm advantage to me = Click Here Click Here

Again Deontay with maybe a fraction more shoe than Tyson = Click Here

This comparisons can explain why Tyson Fury looks so short next to Magic eventually....

Click Here = in this video we can see at around 1:42 a guy want to give to Anthony his shoes and anthony chose to be barefoot for the face to face with Wlad(that maybe can explain why some guys claim Wlad wear lifts) Click Here = in this video at 4:16 we can see Wlad wear his sneakers before the face to face and a bit later Anthony in socks for weigh in.
So here his the difference between them when Anthony is barefoot = Click Here Click Here Click Here

And here the difference when both probably are wearing shoes = Click Here Click Here Click Here = Wlad slouching here and after more straight = Click Here Click Here = here closer to the camera
Pierre said on 14/Apr/20
Canson said on 13 April=
@Pierre: yea but for every pic you post where you believe he is 6’6” I can find one where he’s 6’7+. Most of The pics where he appears 6’6 include camera angle issues or where someone else is heavily favored. But case in point is the fight with wilder where he was right in front of Wilder. Wilder measured 6’6.5” at some point in the day likely morning. So even if we say he’s 6’6” Fury is not under 6’7”. The fight mirrors the other evidence that Mickie and others have posted

Lol I still waiting for your famous "evidence" ...with a camera as low as possible you can even claim Tyson is 6"9' if you want...
Canson said on 13/Apr/20
Pierre said on 11/Apr/20
@Canson=lots of pics I posted here in an angle sufficiently good and both guys around same distance to the camera are showing Tyson clearly around 6"6' and not around 6"7' next to Deontay or Wlad

@Pierre: yea but for every pic you post where you believe he is 6’6” I can find one where he’s 6’7+. Most of The pics where he appears 6’6 include camera angle issues or where someone else is heavily favored. But case in point is the fight with wilder where he was right in front of Wilder. Wilder measured 6’6.5” at some point in the day likely morning. So even if we say he’s 6’6” Fury is not under 6’7”. The fight mirrors the other evidence that Mickie and others have posted
Pierre said on 13/Apr/20
One of my "bad pic" in a very "bad angle" and Deontay "a lot closer to the camera".... = Tyson Fury /Deontay on ring with Deontay maybe with a fraction more sneakers = Click Here .Tyson 6"7' here?Oh yeah...in a dream...(Deontay beeing probably more around 6"6" than 6"6.5'.....)
Crane said on 13/Apr/20
Come to think of it, guys. 2 inches height lying is not that bad. There're some 6'7 guys I knew, clamming 6'10+.
However, honestly is the most important thing nowadays, it defines the person you really are.
Logan Dixon said on 13/Apr/20
David Price - 6’8
Tyson Fury - 6’7.5
Deontay Wilder - 6’6.5
Robert Helenius - 6’6.5
Tony Yoka - 6’6.5
Filip Hrgovic - 6’6
Anthony Joshua - 6’5.5
Joe Joyce - 6’5.5
Gerald Washington - 6’5.5
Efe Ajagba - 6’5
Daniel Dubois - 6’4
Charles Martin - 6’4
Jarrell Miller - 6’3
Joseph Parker - 6’3
Kubrat Pulev - 6’3
Dillian Whyte - 6’2.5
Oleksandr Usyk - 6’2.5
Luis Ortiz - 6’2.5
Adam Kownacki - 6’2
Chris Arreola - 6’2
Dave Allen - 6’2
Alexander Povetkin - 6’1.5
Dereck Chisora - 6’1
Michael Hunter - 6’1
Carlos Takam - 6’0.75
Andy Ruiz Jr - 6’0
Oscar Rivas - 5’11
Pierre said on 12/Apr/20
@Mickie :D of course my pics are good but my pics are not good for the people who want to argue 6"7' range for Tyson...of course Tyson looks 6"7" in the ring.... with a camera at around the same height as their ankles and very close of both men plus Tyson some centimeters closer to the camera than the other boxer .No finally my pics are not the badest pics for guessing heights but they re showing each time the real height of Tyson =max 6"6' :D
Mickie said on 11/Apr/20
@Pierre - reapectfully, no you have not posted good photos. Your photos have been mostly cherry picked to suit and adgenda of making Fury look shorter than he really is. With Fury and Wilder for example, you've ignored the best evidence we have of the two men in straight on camera angles with minimal footwear and on level surfaces together in favor of photos where that isn't the case at all.
FriedChicken said on 11/Apr/20
I still believe Fury needs a downgrade to 6'7 flat than 6'7.50 because he is visibly shorter than Magic Johnson in literally every pic they had together. I can't see him being taller than Lebron James either.
Pierre said on 11/Apr/20
@Canson=lots of pics I posted here in an angle sufficiently good and both guys around same distance to the camera are showing Tyson clearly around 6"6' and not around 6"7' next to Deontay or Wlad
Pierre said on 11/Apr/20
@ Mickie=Zero proofs Wlad wear lifts here plus his shoes next to Pulev are looking only very classics slim and flat sneakers, watch again the recent comment and pics I posted about his shoes next to Pulev on 06 April .Wlad tower over Pulev. Pulev s official height is probably measured with the same height gauge that find 6"9' to Tyson,6"5' to Tom Schwarz....or 6"0'to Snead :D
Canson said on 10/Apr/20
Pierre said on 9/Apr/20
:D lol In Robbe s pic just watching the postures=Anthony Joshua put his hands behind his back and clearly not as straight as Tarkam standing straighter than him.
Plus in the video of Anthony Joshua s height Rob's scale give Anthony eye at around 6'1' then AJ in same posture as Tarkam means Tarkam is 6 range! All the other Boxers Robbe talk about their heights=Rob has seen Anthony not the others guys! No Wlad was not wearing lifts lol Tyson is max 6'6' :D

@Pierre: While nothing and nobody are exact, Robbie is pretty much spot on with his assessments of the pics from his 8/April/20 post. Even leaving that post out, if we just went off the estimate that Klitschko provided for Wach, that estimate does line up. 6’7-6’8 range which also adds up in Fury’s pictures with Wlad or with Deontay Wilder.
Pierre said on 10/Apr/20
@Tall In The Saddle I posted recently here pics in a better angle than your pic and you can see Deontay looks even taller than Tyson in some pics. In your pic the angle of the camera is very low in direction to the sky and advantage a lot the guy who is standing just a bit closer to the camera than the other guy plus to me in this posture Deontay slouch a bit more than Tyson
Gman39 said on 10/Apr/20
For Robbe, here is a video with Pulev, Parker, and Miller all standing around, interacting together.

Click Here

To Big Rob: I'm sorry if I have not posted the link correctly, in the past I remember I did something to prep links first, but now I've forgotten what to do. Thanks
Mickie said on 10/Apr/20
Of course Wlad wore lifts in the staredowns. I think that's pretty obvious.
Canson said on 10/Apr/20
@Robbe: you were right. Do you think Wach is the legit 6’7 1/2 afternoon?

Click Here
viper said on 9/Apr/20
He's definitely 6-7 at least from everything I've seen.

Amazingly Jason Momoa guessed him as low as 6-5
Pierre said on 9/Apr/20
:D imagine if Anthony Joshua was standing as straight as Carlos Tarkam in Robbe 's Pic on 08 April!

By the video with scale Anthony Joshua' s eyes are 6'1'!Tyson Fury max 6'6' lol!
Pierre said on 9/Apr/20
:D lol In Robbe s pic just watching the postures=Anthony Joshua put his hands behind his back and clearly not as straight as Tarkam standing straighter than him.
Plus in the video of Anthony Joshua s height Rob's scale give Anthony eye at around 6'1' then AJ in same posture as Tarkam means Tarkam is 6 range! All the other Boxers Robbe talk about their heights=Rob has seen Anthony not the others guys! No Wlad was not wearing lifts lol Tyson is max 6'6' :D
Robbe said on 8/Apr/20
Carlos Takam is taller than 184cm. Looks an easy 1in taller than 183cm Andy Ruiz.

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Takam is on AJ:s eyelevel. Very good picture, same footwear, good angle.

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We have to remember AJ has very low forehead. His eyelevel to his top of head is probably no more than 10cm. Takam seems to be slightly under AJ:s eyelevel, so that's about 11cm difference. So Takam can't be as low as 184cm. More like 186-187cm.

Takam is definitely not 7cm shorter than 191cm Joseph Parker.

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188cm Chisora 1-2cm taller than Takam.

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Takam max 3cm taller than Senad.

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So Senad is as around 6ft. Tom easily 12cm taller = 195cm :D
Tall In The Saddle said on 8/Apr/20
@Pierre

Thanks for your reply. The face off pic again. Click Here. I won't belabour the point beyond this post. Broken down technically. The back of Wilder's neck is straight, even ever so slightly back from vertical to "look up" at Fury. Wilder's ear is in line with the middle of his shoulder - acceptable and sufficiently straight posture. His back isn't "hunched", that's his trap muscle. That's as good as it gets - so if one doesn't recognise that to be Wilder's height at it's full potential, then they will never "see" or "believe" Wilder to be standing fully straight - which seems to be the case here with the uniform suggestion that Wilder is "breaking his back" in every shot - with no offer of contrary pictorial evidence of Wilder not in fact breaking his posture.

This is the article that quotes Wlad stating that he felt Tyson was about the same size/height as Wach.

Click Here
Robbe said on 8/Apr/20
Otto with 191cm listed Adam Kownacki. Adam way closer to the camera.

Click Here

That's not 1cm difference. More like 7cm. Adam's height is though debatable. Looked at least 10cm shorter than Helenius. So Adam may be 189-190 range. Anyway, 192cm for Otto is a joke.
Robbe said on 8/Apr/20
Lol, of course Wlad was wearing lifts with Pulev. He looks like 200cm there with minimum 193cm Pulev. Wlad is most likely wearing the same 2in shoes he wore with Tyson.

Click Here

Wlad is not even standing straight there. Here he is standing tall. Lol at this pic.

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Hughie Fury is a legit 6'5. He is only slightly taller than Pulev. So 6'2 for Pulev is a joke, obviously.

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Joseph Parker is a legit 6'3, he is 2in shorter than Hughie. Pulev is noticeable taller than Parker. There are many photos of Parker vs Hughie, and Hughie vs Pulev, just google.

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Pulev here with 6'5 listed Tony Thompson.

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Wlad (without lifts) here with Thompson.

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So, 188cm for Pulev is bollocks of course. Pulev is noticeable taller than 191cm guys, like Parker. Otto is noticeable taller than 193cm guys. Tom Scwartz totally dwarfs 184cm listed Senad Gashi by 12cm, so he can't be 191cm lol. Like said, it's pretty hard to lower Tyson down to 6'6 range. Impossible, if you ask me. But you can always try, just like you have tried to lower Big Show down to weak 6'7 lol :D
Canson said on 7/Apr/20
Robbe said on 7/Apr/20
Tom Scwartz here with Tyson, and 6'7 listed Christian Lewandowski. Angle is roughly about the same, Tom closer to the camera in both cases.

Click Here

Somebody tried to claim 191cm for Tom earlier by posting a terrible angled video where Tom wasn't even standing straight with Senad Gashi. This is better. Senad is on Tom's eyelevel. Solid 12cm difference.

Click Here

Tom and Otto are both legit 195cm boxers. Both are at least 6cm shorter than Tyson.

Click Here

There are like tons of evidence Tyson can't be 6'6. But hey, this is fun! :D

LOL. I think the safer statement may be that there is little to no evidence that he can actually be 6’6”
Canson said on 7/Apr/20
Robbe said on 6/Apr/20
@Canson, Wlad said Tyson looked the same height as Wach (6'7.5). That's the only estimation i have heard from Wlad.

I see. Guess I was wrong. But Wlad May assume both are 6’7” flat and not 6’7.5. Then again, Wlad, I’m not sure what he considers his height since he’s said that 6’6 in the morning and 6’5” in the evening
Pierre said on 7/Apr/20
Click Here = At 6:25 here is Carlos Tarkam next to Anthony Joshua both same posture = Similar soles = Click Here = Click Here = Carlos's top of head again comfortably under Anthony's eye and Anthony not perfectly straight here =difference =no less than 5.5 inches here,this means Carlos Tarkam is 6"0.25' best case.

Now Carlos and Senad(remember the guy Robbe compare with Tom Schwarz= difference 4.75 inches,let's say 5 inches) = Click Here =Senad a bit closer to the camera = Click Here = here at 2:39 Carlos shrink a lot for the selfie and the top of his head is again sometimes a bit taller than the top of Senad's hairs.... difference two good inches = this means Senad is max 5"10' = Tom Schwarz = max 6"3'

Tyson again max 6"6' :D
Pierre said on 7/Apr/20
Robbe said on 7/Apr/20
Tom Scwartz here with Tyson, and 6'7 listed Christian Lewandowski. Angle is roughly about the same, Tom closer to the camera in both cases.

Click Here

Somebody tried to claim 191cm for Tom earlier by posting a terrible angled video where Tom wasn't even standing straight with Senad Gashi. This is better. Senad is on Tom's eyelevel. Solid 12cm difference.

Click Here

Tom and Otto are both legit 195cm boxers. Both are at least 6cm shorter than Tyson.

Click Here

There are like tons of evidence Tyson can't be 6'6. But hey, this is fun! :D


:D = Click Here = here is again(like my first example in my recent comment) Dereck Chisora 6"1.5' /6"2' more distant to the camera than Senad Gashi plus camera very low that advantage a lot the closest guy, plus Dereck looking the camera very low and not perfectly straight at the opposite to Robbe's pics inwich Tom Schwarz is looking up (or his head very very straight if you prefer)plus both are the same distance to the camera....Of course without counting all this parameters we could argue Tom Schwarz is a lot taller than Tom Schwarz that is not the case.
Click Here = Other comparison = both guys not face to face as you can see in the video at 3:19 Click Here because in fact Dereck is talking to the guy behind them and so only Senad stand close to the camera again very low that advantage him .Plus Dereck is clearly not as straight as Senad here,Dereck's head his looking down ...imagine both guys same distance to the camera and Dereck looking up....Bye bye 6"4'/6"5' range for Tom Schwarz...Hello max 6"3' range ... Tom is 6"4' /6"5' like Tyson is 6"8' /6"9' ...or Magic 6"10'/6"11' ...etc
Sarai said on 7/Apr/20
Watch all of his photos yesterday, he's 200-201 cm max probably 200.5 cm
Magic is 201 cm
Wilder is 197-198 maybe 197.5 cm
Robbe said on 7/Apr/20
Tom Scwartz here with Tyson, and 6'7 listed Christian Lewandowski. Angle is roughly about the same, Tom closer to the camera in both cases.

Click Here

Somebody tried to claim 191cm for Tom earlier by posting a terrible angled video where Tom wasn't even standing straight with Senad Gashi. This is better. Senad is on Tom's eyelevel. Solid 12cm difference.

Click Here

Tom and Otto are both legit 195cm boxers. Both are at least 6cm shorter than Tyson.

Click Here

There are like tons of evidence Tyson can't be 6'6. But hey, this is fun! :D
Pierre said on 6/Apr/20
Robbe said on 5/Apr/20
Otto here with 193cm Raphael Zumbano.

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Tyson here with Zumbano. Easy 3in difference.

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Zumbano with 194cm listed Pubrat Pulev.

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Pulev with AJ.

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Zumbano and Pulev looks about the same. Otto looks noticeable taller than Zumbano. So Otto can't be as low as 192cm. It's just impossible. AJ looks 1.75in taller than Pulev. Tyson looks once again legit 6'7 with Zumbano.


Fact is Otto Wallin next to Anthony Joshua looks easily under 6"4' and Anthony Joshua is the only guy Rob has seen here.By considering Otto is clearly 6"3.5' big max logically Zumbano is clearly shorter than him
Zumbano next to Pulev = fact is by the position of their pelvis and shoulders Zumbano is closer to the camera than Pulev here but does not look taller.But when Pulev stand around the same distance or a bit closer Pulev looks a bit taller = Click Here then Pulev is logically taller than Zumbano.But...Let's say they are same height.
Pulev face to face Anthony Joshua = fact is Anthony Joshua shrunk here = Neck and back not straight...Plus Pulev wear tuxedo = then maybe he has shoes with comfortable heels while Anthony wear sneakers ...

Now Pulev /Vlad listed 6"5.25' in this site both in sneakers= Click Here = Pulev clearly never 6"4' here or even close to 6"3' and closer to the camera Click Here = here Vlad in poor posture =if Wlad is really 6"5.25' afternoon(that I doubt but...) Pulev here is max 6"2' range....

Click Here = for guys who think Vlad was wearing lifts in his sneakers = here just after the fight ,between 20min30 /20min31 Vlad stand no distant to Kubrat Pulev at same distance to
the camera and again tower over him and Vlad slouch a lot .

As I said Otto Wallin by considering postures and distances to the camera /low camera is clearly a lot shorter than Anthony Joshua

Tyson again max 6"6'
Mickie said on 6/Apr/20
Did Wlad put a number on it, or just say that Tyson was the same size as Wach?
Robbe said on 6/Apr/20
@Canson, Wlad said Tyson looked the same height as Wach (6'7.5). That's the only estimation i have heard from Wlad.
Canson said on 5/Apr/20
@Robbe: I thought Wlad just said he was 6’7” range not 6’7.5 range
Canson said on 5/Apr/20
Mickie said on 4/Apr/20
@ Pierre - their respective head sizes are highly suggestive of an angle favoring Magic.

That’s the norm with most of the pics
Pierre said on 5/Apr/20
Mickie said on 4/Apr/20
@ Pierre - their respective head sizes are highly suggestive of an angle favoring Magic.

I posted some pics recently in this page inwhich you can see Magic even a lot more distant than other people has again a big head in the pic.Other pics = Click Here Click Here Click Here
Magic's head looks big next to Tyson because Magic's head is big imo.Then the argument of size head in the pic isn't a proof to me.
Magic and Tyson are neck to neck camera sufficiently centered and the difference of height in the pic to me is close to the reality (by counting postures of course)Maybe Magic's head is 3 cm closer to the camera,but by counting postures,if Tyson was close to 6"7' the difference in the pic would never looks so big to me .Tyson is not even close to 6"7' mark to me.
To the opposite in the pic Otto Wallin /Anthony Joshua I posted recently or Robbe's pic = Otto is a lot closer to the camera that is very low and then Otto is clearly advantaged and clearly not 6"4.5' next to him .
Canson said on 5/Apr/20
@Robbe and Miko: while Fury is undoubtedly 6’7”, I think it’s safer to say that he’s at least 6’7” rather than saying he’s over because we don’t know if he’s 6’7” flat 6’7.25 6’7.5”. I doubt he’s 6’7.75 that looks too much but I would go with something more like 6’7.25” like Mickie said and Robbe also guessed Fury at one stage. I think Wilder needs the downgrade to 6’6” flat or at best 6’6.25” and we can just write it off as a full inch. 3cm is 1.18” so better chance Wilder falls closer to 6’6”
Robbe said on 5/Apr/20
Otto here with 193cm Raphael Zumbano.

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Tyson here with Zumbano. Easy 3in difference.

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Zumbano with 194cm listed Pubrat Pulev.

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Pulev with AJ.

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Zumbano and Pulev looks about the same. Otto looks noticeable taller than Zumbano. So Otto can't be as low as 192cm. It's just impossible. AJ looks 1.75in taller than Pulev. Tyson looks once again legit 6'7 with Zumbano.
Mickie said on 4/Apr/20
@ Pierre - their respective head sizes are highly suggestive of an angle favoring Magic.
Canson said on 4/Apr/20
Robbe said on 3/Apr/20
BJ Flores here with 189cm Tony Bellew, and Otto Wallin.

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BJ is listed at 6'2, but is obviously way shorter. But anyway, Bellew looks 2in taller than BJ, and Otto is easily 4in taller there. So, absolutely lowest for Otto is 6'4.5 (194cm). Tyson is at least 6cm taller than Otto, which means minimum 200cm for Tyson. If AJ is really only 0.25in shorter than Tyson, that would make AJ 199.5cm. Eh?

So, we have to lower Otto down to 192cm to get Tyson 6'6 range. Problem is i haven't seen a single photo where Otto looks 192cm. He looks always at least 195cm. Here with 6'6 Zhang Zhilei Click Here

AJ is nowhere near 5'5cm taller than Otto. That would make AJ close to 200cm. I remember Otto was listed 195cm as amateur. I doubt he's much under that. I can buy AJ 3.5cm taller than Otto, at the most. Otto 194cm, and AJ 197.5cm. If Otto is 195cm, AJ is no more than 2.5cm taller. Tyson is easily +1in taller than AJ.

@Robbe: Agreed. AJ, we could argue is 197 but not any lower than that. It could be 3cm with Otto and Otto could even come down under 194 by a hair like me. I would measure near 195 after an hour of being awake so it’s possible that’s the same for him and he could be 6’4.25-.3 but 194 range is probably ok. But you stated it very well. There’s still not a freezing chance in hell that Fury is only 6’6”. If we argued a 197 cm AJ which is the lowest I would give him that means Fury is probably a solid 6’7 or maybe even 201. 201-202 range is where I have him currently

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