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  • LAchargers373
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    Eddie Hearn is a bum what’s he supposed to say?He says dumb stuff like AJ is better but everyone knows that fury and wilder both beat AJ badly. Eddie knows it to. But again, like what’s he supposed to say? He’s a promoter it’s his job to make people believe his BS. If u believe it it’s on you not him lol. Go read breadmans mailbag I respect his opinion above anyone on here and he rates fury as an ATG. Don’t know what else to tell the haters lol

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  • BendOver
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    Originally posted by aboutfkntime View Post






    what nonsense

    FACT: if he beats Usyk, he will be the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world

    he is CLEARLY the best heavyweight on the planet right now... dunno why you AJ fans can't be honest and give the man his props







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    I don't think he needs to beat aj, he needs to fight whoever comes on top, and he will have all the hardware. If he wins.

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  • Citizen Koba
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    Not a fan of Eddie's but the man definitely got a point here.

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  • Roberto Vasquez
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    Whether you like Hearn or not - we should be agreeing with this. Fury has beaten ONE top-10 opponent in the last 6 years. Wilder hasn't exactly been fighting the highest quality opposition either.

    Is it too much to ask a boxer proves his skill in the ring? Fury gets my respect when he starts fighting top opponents every fight and stops talking about retiring after every fight.

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  • aboutfkntime
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    Originally posted by JakeTheBoxer View Post
    He has a point. Fury must beat Joshua, Usyk and Whyte to prove he is the best hw.





    what nonsense

    FACT: if he beats Usyk, he will be the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world

    he is CLEARLY the best heavyweight on the planet right now... dunno why you AJ fans can't be honest and give the man his props







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  • BangEM
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    Originally posted by BendOver View Post

    Why unnecessary? To be the best they need to fight the best. That's how they make money. None of them went to law nor médical scool. This the wrong sport if they afraid of risks. Be safe.
    Tell that to Fury and Wilder and their fans.

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  • BendOver
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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.
    Why unnecessary? To be the best they need to fight the best. That's how they make money. None of them went to law nor médical scool. This the wrong sport if they afraid of risks. Be safe.

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  • JakeTheBoxer
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    Originally posted by BangEM View Post
    Fury's last 7 opponents:

    A Polish plumber.
    A Romanian warehouse cleaner.
    A German streetsweeper.
    An unknown Swede.
    And a one-trick pony whose claim to fame is knocking off 40 cans x3

    Apart from the one-trick pony who's a belt holder - none of these guys were ranked in the top-50. 3 weren't even ranked in the top-80.

    Anyone without bias would know that Fury's so-called "greatness" is based on narrative and he's yet to fight anyone.

    Again: Fury isn't as good as advertised and AJ beats him 9 out of 10 times.
    Joshua:

    A loss to a cruiserweight.
    Old Bulgarian whose best win is Hughie Fury.
    Rematching fat Mexican who beat him.
    A TKO loss to fat Mexican.
    100 y old Povetkin
    The guy that lost to fat Mexican
    French fringe contender
    Even older Klitschko than Fury fought
    The guy that will get sparked out by Babic in next fight
    Breazeale
    Martin

    Wow, what a record.

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  • JakeTheBoxer
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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.
    Lol, how is Wallin a risk, you keep saying he is unknown. So how is he a risk if you don`t rate him.

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  • MONGOOSE66
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    Originally posted by BangEM View Post

    Fury isn't as good as advertised and he can't move like Usyk even in his dreams. Fury's movement when he was at his best ever was on the back foot - he has always been clumsy on the front foot. Usyk does both effortlessly. Moreover, he's kronk Fury now - a clumsy plodder fighting on the front foot. And I doubt he can lose weight to become 245lbs again.

    AJ beats Fury 9 out of 10 times - styles make fights.
    AJ can beat ANYBODY, if he’s feeling in the mood, that said, he’s a moody fighter. Fury will beat him the FIRST TIME.. AJ will probably win the second. As far as the new LITTLE heavy weight champ. Everyone is enamored by him. He’s using an OLD FORMULA. Chris Byrd did the same too. That formula works too but theirs a better formula meant for the BIG MEN like Joshua and Fury. If they implement it. Its an EASY NIGHT. Watch old Lewis and Klitzchco. If it’s a BORING fight. Their doing it.
    Watch Chris Birds first fight with the Klitzchco’s, then Watch the second. This stuff is nothing new, just to the younger people.
    Last edited by MONGOOSE66; 10-19-2021, 09:05 AM.

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