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  • Originally posted by KingGilgamesh View Post

    What the ****? Breazeale wanted more money? Post some proof you clown.
    Eddie Hearn said there was a substantial offer that was made and the offer that was presented was far from substantial," said Breazeale



    https://www.boxingscene.com/breazeal...antial--121357

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    • He has to fight 3x a year to become great. He's not young doe.
      One more fight with Fury will not rule them all.

      If I were a fighter, I wouldn't be so obsessed with avenging loses. It's tantamount to begging.
      Forget loses. Move on. Don't let other fighters dictate your career. Make your own story.

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      • Originally posted by REDEEMER View Post

        Eddie Hearn said there was a substantial offer that was made and the offer that was presented was far from substantial," said Breazeale



        https://www.boxingscene.com/breazeal...antial--121357
        This has absolutely zero relationship to the eliminator fight and was clearly meant to be a filler opponent due to a positive test. It literally says that in the link. This is what I mean about you being a lying bellend. Did you seriously try and used an article about a proposed fight in 2017 as an argument for a title eliminator meant to take place in 2019???

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        • Originally posted by KingGilgamesh View Post

          This has absolutely zero relationship to the eliminator fight and was clearly meant to be a filler opponent due to a positive test. It literally says that in the link. This is what I mean about you being a lying bellend. Did you seriously try and used an article about a proposed fight in 2017 as an argument for a title eliminator meant to take place in 2019???
          I just showed you a link where Breazeale wanted more money to fight Whyte ,you said that never happened .

          Yes it has to do with an elimination because had they fought the winner would get Wilder and would have fought him at some point ,just like Breazeale did ,he won his elimination bout against Molina who was ranked below Whyte , what year did Breazeale fight Wilder after he defeated Molina ? It took 2 years for Breazeale to fight Wilder so what does 2017 have to do with anything ? Fury came before any mandatory.

          You made a fool out of yourself again .
          Last edited by REDEEMER; 04-24-2021, 01:16 PM.

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          • Originally posted by KingGilgamesh View Post

            Riiiiight...

            Somehow, miraculously, turns out Whte dodging his eliminators was actually Ortiz and Breazeale fault

            This is why British fighters barely ever progress, when you have a bunch of delusional losers as your fanbase is it really any surprise that your career goes backwards?
            So you're not disputing the facts about AJ then? You can check it all out if you want.

            You can check the facts about Dillian too if you want. Whyte asked Wilder to confirm he'd fight him if he beat Ortiz in a eliminator for the WBC. Wilder sent him a text (Which can be found online if you want) that he would make him wait 2 years if he became mandatory because of how scared he was of him. He wouldn't confirm he'd fight him should he beat Ortiz because he's a coward who never backs up his mouth. Whyte then said "F3ck it" and decided to fight Ortiz anyway for a main event on PPV. Ortiz and his team said Ortiz wouldn't be ready for that date (You can find that fact online too) but wound up fighting on the exact date as the one he turned down. It seems Haymon had a word that the plan was to keep Whyte away from Wilder so not to go through with it.

            Wilder was even offered 3 Mill (His biggest payday at that point) but he turned round and asked for a pathetic 7 Mill, even though that's crazy money for a bum like Wilder. But Wilder needed to get rid of Whyte so came up with a unreasonable number to put a road block on the fight. But guess what? Eddie came back with the 7 Mill only for wilder to turn it down. Haha. Eddie and Whyte even said they'd go to the US. This was one of the reasons Wilder hates Eddie because he kept on exposing him and pushing his back up against the wall and cornering him. Check out the facts and not your twisted fantasies as you pretend to be British when it's clear you're American, you sick weirdo. You freaks are all over the place. You all need f3cking help.

            Breazeale turned down his second biggest payday after the AJ fight, to get a fight on with Whyte. However, as Whyte was the number 1 ranked fighter for the WBC, any mandatory eliminator fight would include Whyte. Or so you would have thought. But not with the corruption with Sulimain and his deals with the equally corrupt Haymon. They had hatched a plan. In order to keep Whyte away, the WBC all of a sudden called for the mandatory fight to take place, 2 weeks after calling for it. Now no world level fighter is going to have a weeks camp then travel to the US for a fight 1 week away. So with Whyte not being ready in 2 weeks time, who should fight for the mandatory spot with only 2 weeks to go before fight time? You've guessed it, 2 Haymon fighters. What a shock. Breazeale and Molina were called forward to fight for it. But it's clear they were told well before the 2 weeks that they need to get into camp as both will fight for the WBC mandatory so they could f3ck Whyte over yet again. Breazeale won, but was kept back from fighting for it straight away because you can have another year before a mandatory fight has taken place again. So with Breazeale waiting a year to get the shot, that means another mandatory won't be called for another year. That means they can keep Whyte from getting to wilder for 2 years through the WBC shot. All of it planned like the corrupt cowards they are.

            Every one of these facts check out, because it's the absolute truth. But you stick to your clear agenda.

            Check out world level wins by country combined. You'll see the UK is number 1. So if we're not progressing, then i'd hate to see what you'd say about everybody else. Especially the Americans whose fighters mostly haven't got a world level win. Even though they're cast down as being "Elite" Haha. You can't be elite if you refuse to fight the best like cowards. But when they do step up, their average is 2 good wins before their career is over. Ours is much better. Just look at the division we're talking about with the Heavy Weights. AJ, Fury and Whyte have the best and most consistent resumes in the world. Only Ruiz from the US has a quality win. And that was due to AJ f3cking it up by swinging hooks and shifting all his weight into the shot square on against a smaller fighter with faster hands. You don't do that with the height and reach of AJ. You put yourself at a huge disadvantage as you saw. AJ dominated in the rematch and put that mistake to bed.

            So if you're talking about delusional losers, look no further than the likes of you. You're typical of one.
            Last edited by Sid-Knee; 04-26-2021, 11:04 PM.

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            • I saw some picture of him online where he's bulked up like 20lbs.

              Whay an idiot.

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              • It's nice that he's bulked up. I'm sure that adding useless weight at 37 years old is really going to help his handspeed and ability to actually land punches.

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                • Originally posted by Sid-Knee View Post
                  Breazeale turned down his second biggest payday after the AJ fight, to get a fight on with Whyte. However, as Whyte was the number 1 ranked fighter for the WBC, any mandatory eliminator fight would include Whyte. Or so you would have thought. But not with the corruption with Sulimain and his deals with the equally corrupt Haymon. They had hatched a plan. In order to keep Whyte away, the WBC all of a sudden called for the mandatory fight to take place, 2 weeks after calling for it. Now no world level fighter is going to have a weeks camp then travel to the US for a fight 1 week away. So with Whyte not being ready in 2 weeks time, who should fight for the mandatory spot with only 2 weeks to go before fight time? You've guessed it, 2 Haymon fighters. What a shock. Breazeale and Molina were called forward to fight for it. But it's clear they were told well before the 2 weeks that they need to get into camp as both will fight for the WBC mandatory so they could f3ck Whyte over yet again. Breazeale won, but was kept back from fighting for it straight away because you can have another year before a mandatory fight has taken place again. So with Breazeale waiting a year to get the shot, that means another mandatory won't be called for another year. That means they can keep Whyte from getting to wilder for 2 years through the WBC shot. All of it planned like the corrupt cowards they are.
                  The WBC messed up and contradicted themselves.

                  The claim that was going out there was when the fight between Wilder and Ortiz was originally announced, Breazeale was going to fight Stiverne with Stiverne being the mandatory. When the Wilder-Ortiz fight fell through, Breazeale didn't have an opponent. He was offered the Whyte fight but turned it down. He got a fight with Eric Molina, and soon after the fight between Whyte and Helenius was made. Whyte-Helenius was for the WBC silver heavyweight title.

                  Breazeale-Molina was not slated as a final eliminator...and Sulaiman stated that it wasn't before the fight took place. It was months afterward that he made the decision that Breazeale was the mandatory even though Whyte was the top ranked contender for the title. Whyte beating Helenius and Stiverne losing to Wilder made Whyte number 1. Even after November 4th 2017, Breazeale wasn't even top 3 in the WBC rankings if I'm not mistaken.

                  However, why is anyone surprised at this? Don't forget this is the same Sulaiman that ordered Wilder-Scott as a final eliminator when Scott wasn't even top 10 in the WBC rankings.

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