When it comes to interpreting scenes from the biggest movies and TV shows, the sleight of hand, tricky camera work, and special effects magic make it hard to determine whether or not something is truly "realistic." For scenes that have to do with sports or other physical feats that's especially true, since actors and directors aren't exactly on the pro level of the subjects they're portraying. That's why we got lineal heavyweight champion boxer Tyson Fury, a.k.a. The Gypsy King, to help us break down some standout fight scenes from some of our favorite movies and shows.

"Anyone can put a pair of boxing gloves on, but not everyone can just be a boxer," Fury said. "It's a very hard game and a tough one to learn."

Ahead of his fight against Tom Schwarz on June 15, Fury stepped into the ring (or to be more accurate, our viewing studio) when he stopped by MH HQ to shed some light on what film sequences represent the real world of boxing, and which are just fabricated fakes.

Fury in action against Deontay Wilder.
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The Contenders

Case 1: The Boxer

  • Fury's Take: Legit

Case 2: The Avengers

  • Fury's Take: Looks Fake

Case 3: Southpaw

  • Fury's Take: Legit

Case 4: Cinderella Man

  • Fury's Take: Looks Fake

Case 5: Creed

  • Fury's Take: Looks Fake

Case 6: Snatch

  • Fury's Take: Fake (But You Have to Love It)

Case 7: Million Dollar Baby

  • Fury's Take: Legit

Case 8: Rocky IV

  • Fury's Take: Can't Diss Rocky

Case 9: Ali

  • Fury's Take: Legit

Case 10: Daredevil

  • Fury's Take: Fake (But Cool)

Case 11: Sherlock Holmes

  • Fury's Take: Fake (But Cool)