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  • #31
    He sounds pissed off because the AJ fight isn't looking like its gonna happen. If the contract with Wilder has expired then arbitration would've concluded already. Another thing is if both Fury and AJ want the fight, Arum and Hearn want the fight why hasn't it happened yet? Then Fury comes out and says we're no closer today than we were a year ago. Finally if Wilder is out here spreading "lies" and "conspiracies" wouldn't that make you want to go ahead and end this nonsense once and for all. Not to mention it's a nice payday plus you've already signed the contract. Why go thru all this mediation and arbitration process which is keeping you out of the ring. Anthony Joshua has fought this passed December. Its about to be A year plus by the time Fury gets back in the ring. Accept the fight with Wilder and get that done. Or apply for your boxing license in the UK again

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    • #32
      Originally posted by davefromvancouv View Post
      Wilder knocks Tyson Fury into next week if he wins arbitration, Fury honors his legal obligation and agrees to the third fight.

      This is why there's been no official announcement for any other fight. Just spin and hype from Hearn, Joshua and Arum. In the real world, Wilder is fighting in the courts to get Fury in that ring and, this time, watch him like a hawk and make sure there is no funny business.

      Arbitration can last for months. Obviously, if Fury really DID beat Wilder as easily as it appeared, he wouldn't be resisting the third fight as much as he is, opting instead to sit out an entire year.

      ​​​​​​Fury's actions are telling you everything you need to know. He, along with his family, his promoter and his network, are doing everything they can to avoid that third fight with Wilder. If Wilder is successful in securing the legal standing to have that third fight, don't be surprised if Fury retires again, just like he did with Klitschko...
      It's possible that Wilder KOs Fury. He almost knocked him out once. But in 19 rounds he lost 17 of them.

      Also, why DID you capitalize DID? He really DID beat Wilder. Even if he cheated he DID beat him
      Didn't you watch?

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      • #33
        Originally posted by champion4ever View Post
        Mr. John Fury just tell your son to honor the contract he legally signed by granting Deontay Wilder the trilogy bout he was promised.
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        Because there’s a chance Wilder can win? Or just the legal aspect of it ?

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        • #34
          Originally posted by Leonbus2 View Post

          It's possible that Wilder KOs Fury. He almost knocked him out once. But in 19 rounds he lost 17 of them.

          Also, why DID you capitalize DID? He really DID beat Wilder. Even if he cheated he DID beat him
          Didn't you watch?
          If Fury cheated, then he really didn't beat him. It's sort of like when Fury was found to have nandrolone in his system after the Klitschko fight. He really didn't BEAT Klitschko, but officially, it was still ruled a win. In a less corrupt system, it would have been changed to a no-contest.
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          Wilder definitely believes he was cheated and Fury is acting like he really didn't beat Wilder because he is going to great lengths, and spending a lot of money, to avoid fighting him again. Anybody else, no problem, but definitely not Wilder. If Fury really DID beat Wilder AND he's mad about what Wilder said about him, then what better place to settle your differences than in the ring? Especially if you're so much better than him?
          Last edited by davefromvancouv; 03-02-2021, 12:32 AM.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by davefromvancouv View Post
            Wilder knocks Tyson Fury into next week if he wins arbitration, Fury honors his legal obligation and agrees to the third fight.

            Arbitration can last for months. Obviously, if Fury really DID beat Wilder as easily as it appeared, he wouldn't be resisting the third fight as much as he is, opting instead to sit out an entire year.

            Fury's actions are telling you everything you need to know. He, along with his family, his promoter and his network, are doing everything they can to avoid that third fight with Wilder. If Wilder is successful in securing the legal standing to have that third fight, don't be surprised if Fury retires again, just like he did with Klitschko...
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            Most observers thought Fury beat Wilder in the 1st fight. Like you, I was convinced that Wilder would destroy Fury in less than 3 rounds. That didn’t happen.
            What happened was Fury exposed Wilder as a one-trick pony so when the rematch happened, I thought Fury would win but I didn’t think it was going to be in the spectacular fashion it was. I watched it at the movies and it was worth every penny and then some.

            So, if Wilder couldn’t KO Fury “into next week” in the 1st or 2nd, how the heck is he going to do that now? Wilder has been exposed and is pretty much done. Fury, AJ and even Wladimir at 45 will destroy him.
            Wilder is not mentally stable. His ludicrous accusations and the way he latched on to one excuse after another is a tell tell sign of mental health issues. But I still hope they fight a third time just so we can hear what your excuse will be this time.

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            • #36
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              petero / Peter Fury, Boxingscene's new design gives me headaches and I have fallen into a greater depression than when Tyson was in the looney-bin, over the fact that this board has taken all the weapons of fun banter and e-warfare from its members to appease corporate and beta-*****-boys ( like the Fury's ). I'm currently evaluating other boxing forums to join their ranks, surely I will be at the top of the mountain when I hit the yard. I am considering Checkhook-Boxing-Forums, but there seems to be a disproportionate amount of Brits; so I will likely get banned on my reputation alone, that's what has me on the fence so far -- Censorship restricts truthful and meaningful dialogue, and the truth stirs uncomfortable emotions.

              I know that you and Tyson will be happy that I'm not reporting all your dirt to the boxingscene, maybe you paid off the owner of this failing and dying board to make these awful changes like you did Martin Carefoot, in order to discourage credible inform fans from exposing your no good Gypsy-Clan. How much did it take to buy off the boxingscene Peter Fury? You done a hell of a job paying-off ESPN, I'm sure you and Tyson had no trouble paying-off Rick Reeno.

              BOMBSQUAD!!!

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              • #37
                Originally posted by davefromvancouv View Post
                Wilder knocks Tyson Fury into next week if he wins arbitration, Fury honors his legal obligation and agrees to the third fight.

                This is why there's been no official announcement for any other fight. Just spin and hype from Hearn, Joshua and Arum. In the real world, Wilder is fighting in the courts to get Fury in that ring and, this time, watch him like a hawk and make sure there is no funny business.

                Arbitration can last for months. Obviously, if Fury really DID beat Wilder as easily as it appeared, he wouldn't be resisting the third fight as much as he is, opting instead to sit out an entire year.

                ​​​​​​Fury's actions are telling you everything you need to know. He, along with his family, his promoter and his network, are doing everything they can to avoid that third fight with Wilder. If Wilder is successful in securing the legal standing to have that third fight, don't be surprised if Fury retires again, just like he did with Klitschko...


                These deluded Wildertards are hilarious.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by denium View Post



                  These deluded Wildertards are hilarious.
                  So why pay all that money, why waste all that time to NOT fight Wilder? Beat him up again, if it was a piece of cake. Play it back. The world is waiting...

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by _Rexy_ View Post

                    damn, getting real emotional over here. Looks like someone was raised my a single mother.
                    I was raised in a two parent household you deplorable. I'm pretty sure you mother's womb was polluted when she birth you... you're a product of heroin abuse during pregnancy you lying c0ck sucker

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                    • #40
                      Originally posted by REDEEMER View Post
                      Wilder said this a week after that .

                      “Recovery is going well. I’m in therapy, I ended up injuring it during my last fight. I’ve been there before, but everything is going great with it. I’m just focusing on recovery and getting back to full health.”- Deontay Wilder to Premier Boxing Champions”

                      It doesn’t matter if he activated the rematch clause he was coming out every now and then claiming injury ,he then disappeared.

                      In the end it was Wilders own words which caused him the fight ,if he really wanted it ? The crazy things he said tells me no ,he didn’t want it because no one in their right mind deals with someone like that . The guy said he moved on in November anyway and was naming opponents to fight so not sure what you guys are fighting over ? He just recently said he wanted to fight the top guys he’s never fought before,so you are just arguing with yourselves , the Fury fight is obviously not happening. Ha
                      lol @ it doesn't matter if wilder activated the rematch clause lol actually it does matter... and there was a 90 day injury provision in the contract. There must be some good drugs in the UK.

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