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  • This joker has 99 problems, I swear. Lol

    Gutted for both guys though...not sure we'll get a chance to see it. I was just happy to see Whyte in a meaningful fight (since he hasn't landed a big one in a while) until things were done shaking up (e.g., Joshua/Usyk and Fury/Wilder 3).

    Let's see what happens from here.

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    • This is a swerve , this fight will NOT be rescheduled by the guy who moans about everyone!
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      • Originally posted by turnedup View Post

        You are right but not like this. If this isn’t legit and he announces a fury fight in the next two months he’s gonna look like an ashat. He made the fight with Wallin so he was looking out for himself then too.
        You're right, but an as$hat with a few extra million in the bank. Small price to pay, with a massive upside if he flukes a win against Fury. Reality is likely that he gets KOd worse than Wilder.

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        • Encouraging to see the real boxing fans here drowning out the paid Hearn mouthpieces with the truth. Whyte is a 2x ped cheat, the British Jarell Miller. Who has been knocked on his ass by half the division. And been given gift decisions galore.
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          • Originally posted by Robbie Barrett View Post
            He wants his mandatory. Wilder ran, will Fury do the same?
            Don't believe Whyte beats Fury so I don't think Fury would duck him. I do think Fury would avoid Whyte if it meant a fight against AJ or USYK.

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            • wallin was a high risk low reward fight and i think whyte faked the injury after realizing he would be mando for a fury fight. no reason to loose that cash out fight. whyte got sparked out by a 40 year old last year so anything could happen with wallin. wallin fights dirty as hell. He pawed at and tried to dig into fury's cut on a break. ref didnt notice it and nothing happened to him for it.

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              • Originally posted by rudy View Post
                He got sparked in sparring by Babic and decided to call of the bout and wait for Fury next move. He will sit out and be Wilder vs Whyte for wbc title as fury retires
                Whyte against Wilder is a great matchup with the winner facing AJ after he loses the rematch with Usyk.

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                • Originally posted by JakeTheBoxer View Post

                  He also ducked Joshua world title shot, because he wanted to fight Wilder.
                  Not true. Fury lost a legal case which forced him to either fight Wilder or fork out tens of millions to Wilder for breach of contract. Not fighting Wilder in the trilogy would probably also have resulted in Fury not being able to be legally free to fight someone else. Fury did what he had to to and can now move on.
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                  • Originally posted by OldTerry View Post

                    Not true. Fury lost a legal case which forced him to either fight Wilder or fork out tens of millions to Wilder for breach of contract. Not fighting Wilder in the trilogy would probably also have resulted in Fury not being able to be legally free to fight someone else. Fury did what he had to to and can now move on.
                    You can explain that until you’re blue in the face. I don’t know if people just can’t understand the legal aspects or they just don’t want to understand it…..the outcome is the same however, they are dead wrong and flaunting it

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                    • Originally posted by OldTerry View Post

                      Not true. Fury lost a legal case which forced him to either fight Wilder or fork out tens of millions to Wilder for breach of contract. Not fighting Wilder in the trilogy would probably also have resulted in Fury not being able to be legally free to fight someone else. Fury did what he had to to and can now move on.
                      I was talking about Whyte, not about Fury.

                      Whyte was offered to fight Joshua, but he didn`t want to. Than Ruiz took the fight.
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