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  • #11
    Matchroid Boxing can't do the Fury fight that early because Juice-ua won't have time for his liver to be clean since he had already started cycling for his next fight. This is why they were so insistent on a later date.

    Juice-ua claimed he won the fight against Usyk during his roid rage fit after the decision, now they're talking about Clenthony's loss as if he got beat up by a tractor and need a lot of time to "heal"

    The Conneroid Clenn scandal has exposed Matchroid particularly since Peddie HGHearn is still outrageously trying to keep the fight happening.

    ROIDCOTT MATCHROID BOXING AND PEDDIE HGHEARN

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    • #12
      Hearn's Minions/D^ck Lickers about to come and Defend and Deflect they always do

      Hearn has "Other Plans" for AJ just be honest about it he can't afford to let the world see Fury Smash his guy to Pieces at least not right now. Need rebuild him and put him in a Winnable fight first for the start of that Exclusive DAZN Deal

      Without AJ, that DAZN UK deal will be a HUGE FAIL

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      • #13
        Originally posted by ShoulderRoll View Post

        This fight would have made Joshua more money than some re-build fights.

        His side ducked.
        And Fury is going to make the same money fighting who? He's gone from biggest payday of his life to a show which probably won't even break even.

        It was just a bluff from the start and both teams knew it. They were just both waiting for each other to pull out.

        Ridiculous since neither will get paid the same now.

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        • #14
          Originally posted by Bronx2245 View Post
          "Mahmoud Charr and Derek Chisora have been floated as potential names to fight Fury."

          What makes either of them more appealing than Joe Joyce or Daniel DuBois? Michael Hunter and Andy Ruiz are looking for dance partners too!
          Fury's biggest paycheck and potential undeniable status as the best HW of this era is happening in early 2023 when Fury vs Usyk is planned.

          Joyce is too much of a threat. Andy's dad already said a Fury fight would only make sense on May 5th. Hunter has been off the radar for a while.

          The only reason Fury wanted AJ regardless of being a threat was because that would be Fury's second biggest paycheck of his career. The risk was worth the reward unlike with Joyce and the others.

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          • #15
            No need for explanations. We already knew this since Eddie said the fight was off due to Fury calling him and AJ dossers. There's no way anyone is fooled.

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            • #16
              Originally posted by M312 View Post

              And Fury is going to make the same money fighting who? He's gone from biggest payday of his life to a show which probably won't even break even.

              It was just a bluff from the start and both teams knew it. They were just both waiting for each other to pull out.

              Ridiculous since neither will get paid the same now.
              Both teams said negotiations were going great and once the final draft was complete Hearn decided to call off the fight with the reason being Fury was being disrespectful to him and AJ.

              Hearn obviously ducked the fight. He doesn't have the confidence to send AJ against another good boxer.

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              • #17
                Originally posted by super-x View Post
                If Fury kept his trap shut and continued training for a December 3rd fight regardless of opponent, then Hearn would have had no choice to blatently duck or go for it, but now Hearn has a excuse as Furys nonsense being the ultimate stumbling block.
                Yup, bingo. I totally believe recent statements from Arum and George Warren, AJ’s team went into negotiating this fight because they didn’t have an out, and Fury gave them an out by acting all unhinged.

                Right now, the Fury team should make a public statement saying, “there’s still plenty of time, we still want to negotiate”.

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                • #18
                  Originally posted by M312 View Post

                  And Fury is going to make the same money fighting who? He's gone from biggest payday of his life to a show which probably won't even break even.

                  It was just a bluff from the start and both teams knew it. They were just both waiting for each other to pull out.

                  Ridiculous since neither will get paid the same now.
                  Joshua was not, and is not desperate to fight Tyson Fury.

                  Joshua's next fight without Fury, is a big fight. Joshua next fight is a bigger fight many times over, than Fury's next fight without Joshua or Usyk.

                  I have stated from the get go of this saga, that Joshua can go away and do his own thing.

                  Joshua agreed to Fury's mandates because he was game or the glory. It was not because of the business opportunity.


                  Last edited by PRINCEKOOL; 10-05-2022, 07:02 PM.

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                  • #19
                    Originally posted by thack View Post
                    Hearn was quoted in saying 'let us do our own thing and let them do theirs and see were it goes' .....sounds like his mouthing the words for Joshua.
                    I understand with the deal for Joshua starting in his next fight with Dazn, to take yet another loss and maybe a real hammering would be hard to swallow for all concerned. I hope Joshua struggles in his quest for another easy title fight he doesn't deserve.
                    Yeah, I think you're right. The risk of a loss starting the front-end of that DAZN contract was probably more than the DAZN folks wanted to risk. They've had to eat a lot of money the past two years ... that would potentially be another big loss starting out. And, in the UK, joshua fighting anyone is still a big draw ... unless he loses a couple more fights. They will probably give a lot of lip service to fighting the top guys ... but demur to taking some lesser challenges for a while ... all the while trying to convince people (via the promotion) that it is a high-risk, must-see fight.

                    I doubt they want any of the top guys, but we shall see.

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                    • #20
                      Originally posted by PRINCEKOOL View Post

                      Joshua was not, and is not desperate to fight Tyson Fury.

                      Joshua's next fight without Fury, is a big fight. Joshua next fight is a bigger fight many times over, than Fury's next fight without Joshua or Usyk.

                      I have stated from the get go of this saga, that Joshua can go away and do his own thing.

                      Joshua agreed to Fury's mandates because he was game or the glory. It was not because of the business opportunity.

                      Tyson Fury literally pulled out of the fight publicly on multiple occasions. During the entire negotiations he said he would fight Charr instead.

                      He's hardly desperate for the fight!

                      He was bluffing from day 1. We all know that.

                      Neither wanted the fight in reality. I don't see why thats difficult to understand.

                      We don't have to be fanboys. These guys were taking everyone for a ride
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