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  • QballLobo
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    Whyte’s mad about the split because he knows he’ll lose.
    Arum is mad about the purse bid as another promoter could easily come in and outbid him.
    I don’t see this one actually happening. Either Whyte walks away because of money or Arum convinces Firy to drop the title.

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  • Shadoww702
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    Originally posted by ShoulderRoll View Post
    Shyte is delusional with his purse demands. He's trying to break the bank after a knockout loss two fights ago.
    This fights pretty much already a done deal. Fury getting $40 million and Whyte $10 million. 80/20 split. Now they just crunching the numbers see if $50 million for this fight is reasonable. If not both might have to come down some... Looks like TR OK letting it go to DAZN

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  • Scopedog
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    I can't remember a single time when something went to purse bid and it wasn't delayed or called off or otherwise messed around with

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  • ShoulderRoll
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    Shyte is delusional with his purse demands. He's trying to break the bank after a knockout loss two fights ago.

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  • Clegg
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    Both sides are probably worried that Triller or some other random company will bid high on the fight. I think Fury's side blinks first and offers more than 25%.

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  • Nash out
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    Originally posted by PBR Streetgang View Post
    More drama than a soap opera. Beginning to feel like neither really wants this fight.
    Fury needs to forget this fight and go straight for a WWE world title run. In all seriousness though, just make the fight. It's the perfect opponent for Fury for a UK homecoming, given that Joshua is not available. I think Joyce would beat Whyte, but Whyte is a bigger money name, bigger fanbase and better resume, so he's ideal for Fury. Whyte will give it a good go, Fury will win, people will be entertained.

    They also have history/beef, and the build-up would be fun. I wish things could just be more simple in boxing, but greed and ego just gets in the way of everything, or at least, causes unneeded delays. Nash out.

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  • DougalDylan
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    Depends how many levels above the bum Wilder you think Whyte is .
    Let's be honest he'll put up more fight before Fury gets to him.
    It'll fill a stadium not a half full arena because people actually want to see it.
    Will it generate as much cash no but does anyone care?

    Most of the ppvs will be sold to people wanting to see Whyte shut up the rest to people wanting Fury to be shut up .. can't lose really.

    No one rated Wilder outside of the cult of Haymon .. first real test for Fury in years.


    Originally posted by chicken- View Post

    Does anyone want this fight? Whyte is a fat bum who got knocked out by a senior citizen. Isn't Whyte the guy who said Wilder should've stopped complaining and taken his biggest pay day?

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  • VislorTurlough
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    Thank you, next

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  • chicken-
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    Originally posted by PBR Streetgang View Post
    More drama than a soap opera. Beginning to feel like neither really wants this fight.
    Does anyone want this fight? Whyte is a fat bum who got knocked out by a senior citizen. Isn't Whyte the guy who said Wilder should've stopped complaining and taken his biggest pay day?

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  • PBR Streetgang
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    More drama than a soap opera. Beginning to feel like neither really wants this fight.

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