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Discussion in 'Other Sport and Pastimes' started by Fire, Oct 30, 2018.
great if u find the 1st fight video, 3rd fight soon i guess,
we will have HUGE undisputed heavyweight world championship fight now ?
joshua v fury in wembley
what does wilder do now ?
I would rather see Wilder v Joshua and the winner takes on Fury
Not sure why Joshua would take that fight. If he’s going to risk his titles why would he do it for anything else than winner takes all? He’s guaranteed a big payday either way.
so wilder can get the 3 belts from joshua
So what’s in it for Joshua?
so joshua can finaly meet wilder in the boxing ring , boxing politics have manipulated this way too long , the time has come
AJ while waaay overhyped is a name that Fury wants on his resume. Also a easy fight for Tyson
Yeah I’m not saying they would, or even should. I’d just like to see that fight
Fury’s dad thinks Joshua will retire before fighting him. Yes I’m well aware this means nothing, just found it an amusing watch.
there so much corruption, politics, garbage, crap,manipulation, in heavyweight boxing you would not believe anything
Fight three is on and Wilder comes out with the shitest excuse since David Hayes toe injury.
toe injuries are f**king serious for fighters.
but the costume excuse is f**king hilarious....
I’m sure they are but he got totally battered in that fight. Getting battered is one thing but then blaming a toe injury for such a comprehensive beating makes you look stupid even if it’s true. Sometimes saying nothing is the better option.
i got a cracked finger nail
I saw Haye's reaction to the fight and he manned up about being wrong in his prediction. In the same interview he did admit he got battered and it forced him into retirement (unless you're talking about a different fight)
it was about 10 years ago and was with one of the Ukrainians. Possibly was the british media hyping up his comments I can’t remember.
I think serious toe injury would have been a legitimate excuse for him TBH...
he was a natural cruiserweight going up to fight a GIANT heavyweight.
so movement was going to be one of the biggest keys to victory for him. A toe injury like turf toe for example would severely hurt a fighter’s movement and even his power.
but for me... he decided to fight... he made the decision so he had to live with the consequences.
He should have pulled out if it were serious.
but it is what it is... he didn’t and he got a butt whoppin’
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