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  • TMLT87
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    He has every right to be pissed off and suspicious. Hes lost out on a relatively high profile good money fight. Hopefully they make it up to him.

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  • factsarenice
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    Originally posted by PBR Streetgang View Post

    In these scenarios was there an actual contract signed and a fight announced with a date and venue? If there wasn't, then it's apples and oranges.

    Sure Whyte can and should do what's right for Dillian. Wallin also has every right to be upset and he can ask for whatever he wants (he just won't get it). These things aren't mutually exclusive.
    Honest distinction, really great points.

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  • PBR Streetgang
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    Originally posted by factsarenice View Post
    Imagine Crawford threatening Errol when he chose the Manny lotto or Benvedeze when Plant chose Canelo or anyone when Saunders got his shot?

    The answer is NO and not because they are happy but because EVERY fighter and fan on the planet understand that when you get that opportunity you take it or lose it.

    News flash to the entitled cry baby and his team of enablers...Dilian Whyte...n-e-e-d-s....to do the right thing for Dilian Whyte.
    In these scenarios was there an actual contract signed and a fight announced with a date and venue? If there wasn't, then it's apples and oranges.

    Sure Whyte can and should do what's right for Dillian. Wallin also has every right to be upset and he can ask for whatever he wants (he just won't get it). These things aren't mutually exclusive.

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  • Smash
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    dopey dillion wont be able to remember what shoulder hes supposed to have injured, the left one, no the right one.....

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  • champion4ever
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    Originally posted by _Rexy_ View Post

    They had a contract signed.
    In a nutshell, the bottom line is that Dillian had no business signing a fight with someone that he had no intentions of fighting. On the advice of Eddie Hearn and Matchroom they told him to pull out because they did not want to witness another upset loss as was in the case of A.J. They want to take the Tyson Fury fight right away while it's still available. In case, he loses to Wallin like Joshua lost to Usyk.

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  • 15round
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    Stop all the squabbling. The fact is, again the fight fans are the real losers here. It was a very good matchup.

    Fury will easily dispatch Whyte if he takes him as seriously as he did Wilder. There is nothing to look forward to with a Fury and Whyte match. The silver lining is it will quickly remove Whyte from the rankings so we can see Fury fight someone who has something to bring like Ruiz or Joshua.

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  • champion4ever
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    Originally posted by _Rexy_ View Post

    They had a contract signed.

    I understand all of that. However, it was signed for the date specified in the contract which was Oct 30th but now that date has been canceled due to Whyte's shoulder injury. Besides, it wasn't a mandatory challenge anyhow; Like the Wilder/Fury mandatory rematch clause. It was an optional/voluntary defense. Therefore, Matchroom Boxing has the option of rescheduling the bout or not rescheduling it at all; if they so choose. It's left entirely up to team Whyte.

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  • REDEEMER
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    Originally posted by factsarenice View Post

    Wallin is a bigger risk than Fury?
    I think the point was the Fury fight itself and being in it not risking a loss . I believe after Fury won it did actually change Whytes position and feels he should just head into Fury and had guys talking in his ear about a potential loss to Wallin but Whyte is his own manager,it has little to do with Hearn making decisions,it’s just continuing ignorance on the forum .

    Whyte has done actual the opposite of what Hearn has advised him so far for the most part which cost him 2 title fights so far ,one with A.J and his loss to Povetkin leading to the WBC belt holder ..
    Last edited by REDEEMER; 10-23-2021, 08:21 PM.

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  • REDEEMER
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    Hearn is not Whytes manager ,Whyte is his own manager why doesn’t the forum understand this yet ?

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  • Jkp
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    Originally posted by factsarenice View Post

    Wallin is a bigger risk than Fury?
    Any fight is risky for whyte, he gets ko'd by cherry picked 40 year olds remember. And goes life and death with dinosaurs like wach

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