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  • BangEM
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    Originally posted by Rip Chudd View Post

    Sparks Whyte!? Who is the last person he even beat by KO? He isn't "Sparking" anyone
    He's a southpaw and every HW can punch a bit.

    If he trains to land a clean uppercut - he has a good shout.

    AJ crushed Whyte uppercut resistance and his soul leaves his body every time someone connects.

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  • BustedKnuckles
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    Originally posted by BangEM View Post
    Something Hearn needs to learn that boxing is mostly a narrative thing - not the hard fights you keep throwing your boxers in continuously.

    I won't be shocked if Wallin sparks Whyte tbh. Another unnecessary risk that might backfire.
    I feel like you've said before this is an unnecessary risk. No comprehendo. You want to see good fights or not? Seriously, is there some personal investment in him where you don't want to see him challenged and lose?

    I've seen enough fights against "nobody ever heard of him" opponents. Whyte is accomplished enough; he's not a newbie. He can and should take good fights.

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  • The Big Dunn
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    Originally posted by Robbie Barrett View Post
    He's right. Fury performed worse than in the 2nd fight and still moved up. You have boxing media (largely American) pushing their bias. Didn't ESPN have Wilder top 10 P4P a few years ago?
    I actually agree with Hearn and Robbie here.

    Yeah he was like 10th or 11th. Man did we all skewer espn for that.

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  • Rip Chudd
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    Originally posted by BangEM View Post
    Something Hearn needs to learn that boxing is mostly a narrative thing - not the hard fights you keep throwing your boxers in continuously.

    I won't be shocked if Wallin sparks Whyte tbh. Another unnecessary risk that might backfire.
    Sparks Whyte!? Who is the last person he even beat by KO? He isn't "Sparking" anyone

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  • Nash out
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    it worked for Sugar Ray Robinson with Jake Lamotta. Nash out.

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  • Oldskoolg
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    Originally posted by RJJ-94-02=GOAT View Post

    He’s about as right as he was when he claimed “PPV is dead”.

    Fury beat a 10 years undefeated Klitschko making his 19th defence in the away corner Germany.

    Then he beat a 41-0 Wilder who was making his 11th defence in the away corner in America.

    Whether you think they were “distracted” or not those are the facts.

    No HW has two better wins in the last 20 years.
    Court adjourned (gavel slam)!

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  • VislorTurlough
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    As usual, little positive to add.

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  • T.M.T
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    Eduardo Hearnia mad because joshy is soft

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  • deathofaclown
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    Who cares about P4P anyway? It doesn’t mean anything and impossible to prove

    All Eddie should care about is Fury is no.1 and his cash cow AJ is coming off a loss and his casual fan base is dwindling by the day.

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  • RJJ-94-02=GOAT
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    Originally posted by Oldskoolg View Post

    Lol exactly what I was going to say. When this man doesn’t get his way he really can’t hide his silver spoon sense of privilege
    He’s so transparent isn’t he.

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