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  • RoadOfTheGypsy
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    Fury will probably beat Whyte in a convincing manner.

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  • SUBZER0ED
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    Originally posted by Boxing Scene View Post

    Nah Whyte can get in line. He got goomed by Povetkin. Beating the guy who beat you doesn't make you the front of the line again. That's total corruption.
    BS! He beat the guy who beat him, but that's not enough? Whyte is the number 1 ranked HW by the WBC. Wallin isn't ranked by the WBC at all. And, Wallin has already had a crack at Fury and lost. Win, lose or draw, It's Whyte's turn and has been for a while. https://www.dazn.com/en-US/news/boxi...b188kozh2kjdki

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  • Toffee
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    Originally posted by Boxing Scene View Post

    The WBC INTERIM champion got knocked out 2 fights ago and should have went to the bottom of the stack, You KNOW he can't beat fury. Or AJ. Or Usyk. Or Wilder. So stop the bull**** dude.
    You don't go to the bottom of the pile for losing a fight.

    Not how the sport works. Not even close.

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  • PunchyPotorff
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    I rarely say b.s. to a fighter cancelling out, but I'm close in this case. IMO, Whyte finally started realizing how dangerous the Wallin fight would be for him. A fight I doubt he would've won. In reality, Wallin will be a handful for most HWs. Hopefully he can get a meaningful fight now. He certainly deserves it.

    And on another note... am I the only one who has long since had it with Steve Bunce and his sensationalism mixed with that high whiny voice? It's torture to watch. Ugh

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  • Unidentified
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    Whyte must be ready for another nap...

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  • Boxing Scene
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    Originally posted by SUBZER0ED View Post
    People are talking like Wallin was wronged. The guy came out of nowhere as a stay busy fight for Fury between his fights with Wilder. Sure, he's game and gave Tyson a hard time, but Whyte has been the mandatory challenger for the WBC strap since way back when Wilder held it. If he finally has an opportunity to fight for it, he should. Otto can get in line and wait like Dillian did.
    Nah Whyte can get in line. He got goomed by Povetkin. Beating the guy who beat you doesn't make you the front of the line again. That's total corruption.

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  • Boxing Scene
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    Originally posted by Toffee View Post

    Whyte isn't in the way of a unification. That's not what's happening.

    And he's the WBC Interim Champion, so he does 'deserve' it. If you don't like the rules, petition the WBC.

    Out of interest, who 'deserves' it more than Whyte?
    The WBC INTERIM champion got knocked out 2 fights ago and should have went to the bottom of the stack, You KNOW he can't beat fury. Or AJ. Or Usyk. Or Wilder. So stop the bull**** dude.

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  • Boxing Scene
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    Whyte is the biggest *******, when he loses every round and gets knocked out again I hope he leaves boxing forever.

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  • Jkp
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    It was a no brainer for whyte to fight aj for 3 world titles, but he ran like a coward when contract arrived.

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  • Jab jab boom
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    Originally posted by Toffee View Post

    Whyte isn't in the way of a unification. That's not what's happening.

    And he's the WBC Interim Champion, so he does 'deserve' it. If you don't like the rules, petition the WBC.

    Out of interest, who 'deserves' it more than Whyte?
    him and Joshua are getting in the way of a unification, just like wilder did. Being wbc interim and deserving it are 2 different things.

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