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  • #11
    Originally posted by Willie Pep 229 View Post
    The only logical conclusion to take away from last week's fighs is that . . .

    Youtubers are at the top of combat sport, followed closely by the MMA, with boxing coming in a sad third place.

    It is a brave new world.

    P4P
    1. Paul
    2. Belfort
    3. Ali

    No other way to call it.
    The only thing I have to add is that based on the weekend performances Emma Radacanu would beat Haye, who would beat Belfort, who beat Holyfield, so surely she gets to take on Mayweather first, then Tyson, then the winner of Fury/Joshua before settling it all v Jake Paul, Eddie Hall and Jean Claude van Damme in an underground kumate tournament in Hong Kong.

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    • #12
      Originally posted by Inter Beer View Post

      The only thing I have to add is that based on the weekend performances Emma Radacanu would beat Haye, who would beat Belfort, who beat Holyfield, so surely she gets to take on Mayweather first, then Tyson, then the winner of Fury/Joshua before settling it all v Jake Paul, Eddie Hall and Jean Claude van Damme in an underground kumate tournament in Hong Kong.
      The Hong Kong tourament has been moved to Singapore; The Chinese won't scation the fight unless their guy gets his mandatory (fighter to be named later). Besides it looks like Eddie Hearn has signed the Brothers Paul to a multi fight contract, a six fight deal, stipulating one celebrity fight for each mandatory.

      The Tyson fight is also unlikely, there is a restraining order that keeps Tyson at a minimum 200 yards from Emma (and all other women for that mstter,) except for his wife [when married] and his therapist.

      Also there is talk of 'death matches' on the dark web, coming out of 'North Korea, but Youtube won't broadcast them until it can find a sponsor.

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