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  • #91
    Originally posted by S7V7N View Post
    Just not sure 50/50 split with Jacobs gets this signed. I'd love to see that fight as well, however since Charlo is the WBC interim he was removed from the IBF rankings. Langford still listed as #5 however he lost a month or so ago so I'm also expecting him to drop in these.

    1 Sergiy Derevyanchenko
    2 NOT RATED
    3 Daniel Jacobs
    4 Demetrius Andrade
    5 Tommy Langford
    6 Martin Murray
    7 Kamil Szeremeta
    8 Rafael Bejaran
    9 Albert Onolunose
    10 Patrick Wojcicki
    11 Jack Culcay
    12 Robert Brant
    13 Wes Capper
    14 Liam Cameron
    15 Gary O'Sullivan
    Seems like it was DiBella who wasn't happy with the split

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    • #92
      Originally posted by Mammoth View Post
      Seems like it was DiBella who wasn't happy with the split
      DiBella wasn't happy how negotiations were going with Hearn, refusing to continue them & asked IBF for immediate purse bid. This implies to me that Hearn was asking for more since the vacant belt split enforced by IBF is 50/50.

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      • #93
        Originally posted by S7V7N View Post
        DiBella wasn't happy how negotiations were going with Hearn, refusing to continue them & asked IBF for immediate purse bid. This implies to me that Hearn was asking for more since the vacant belt split enforced by IBF is 50/50.
        Maybe. I read that Connelly offered 50/50.

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        • #94
          Originally posted by S7V7N View Post
          DiBella wasn't happy how negotiations were going with Hearn, refusing to continue them & asked IBF for immediate purse bid. This implies to me that Hearn was asking for more since the vacant belt split enforced by IBF is 50/50.
          IBF was very busy! Did you see this?

          "A deal was made for the junior middleweight world title eliminator between Julian ďJ RockĒ Williams (25-1, 15 KOs), 28, of Philadelphia, and Takeshi Inoue (13-0-1, 7 KOs), 28, of Japan, so the IBF called off a purse bid scheduled for 12 p.m. ET on Monday. Promoter Tom Brown, representing Williams, and Teiken Boxing, which promotes Inoue, came to an agreement a few days after the purse bid had been postponed because they were close to a deal. The bout will take place this summer, possibly on Aug. 4, with the winner becoming one of the mandatory challengers for unified 154-pound titlist Jarrett Hurd (22-0, 15 KOs)."

          http://www.espn.com/espn/now?nowId=1-23905599

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          • #95
            Originally posted by turnedup View Post
            Does this fight actually happen? Aren't they pretty much like family? I was under the impression this was the case.
            From two weeks ago:


            Sharing a trainer wonít prevent Daniel Jacobs and Sergiy Derevyanchenko from fighting for the vacant IBF middleweight title.

            Keith Connolly, who manages Jacobs and Derevyanchenko, told BoxingScene.com on Friday that both boxers and trainer Andre Rozier are on board with possibly battling each other next. Connolly said that if Jacobs canít secure a much higher-profile fight against Canelo Alvarez within the next few days, Jacobs will move forward with a fight against Derevyanchenko.

            https://www.boxingscene.com/manager-...o-next--128907

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            • #96
              Originally posted by Dr.Cool View Post
              From two weeks ago:


              Sharing a trainer wonít prevent Daniel Jacobs and Sergiy Derevyanchenko from fighting for the vacant IBF middleweight title.

              Keith Connolly, who manages Jacobs and Derevyanchenko, told BoxingScene.com on Friday that both boxers and trainer Andre Rozier are on board with possibly battling each other next. Connolly said that if Jacobs canít secure a much higher-profile fight against Canelo Alvarez within the next few days, Jacobs will move forward with a fight against Derevyanchenko.

              https://www.boxingscene.com/manager-...o-next--128907

              Nice! Thanks.

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              • #97
                IBF stripped GGG for this fight and these guys canít even make a deal? What a terrible move on the IBF part to strip their best champion. DiBella claimed he could make a fight with GGG in a week for the May 5 date. Good thing GGG didnít get tricked into that as these guys canít make a deal and they have the same manager. Sucks for GGG, but heís better off without the IBF belt and mandatories that nobody has ever heard of

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                • #98
                  Originally posted by Bronx2245 View Post
                  IBF was very busy! Did you see this?

                  "A deal was made for the junior middleweight world title eliminator between Julian ďJ RockĒ Williams (25-1, 15 KOs), 28, of Philadelphia, and Takeshi Inoue (13-0-1, 7 KOs), 28, of Japan, so the IBF called off a purse bid scheduled for 12 p.m. ET on Monday. Promoter Tom Brown, representing Williams, and Teiken Boxing, which promotes Inoue, came to an agreement a few days after the purse bid had been postponed because they were close to a deal. The bout will take place this summer, possibly on Aug. 4, with the winner becoming one of the mandatory challengers for unified 154-pound titlist Jarrett Hurd (22-0, 15 KOs)."

                  http://www.espn.com/espn/now?nowId=1-23905599
                  Expect J-Rock to outbox Inoue who doesn't really pack a punch.

                  The line behind Hurd sure is stacking up already though, especially with this rotator cuff shoulder injury he needs to recover from.

                  IBF mandatory will be ordered after this eliminator you mentioned,
                  Already has Lara ordered WBA rematch,
                  Then there's Castano who holds the WBA regular title,
                  Hurd though wants to unify with Charlo or fight Brook for money,
                  Williams may very well find himself in the same situation as SD, fighting a lesser opponent for a vacant belt,
                  Really don't expect Hurd to stay at JMW for that much longer anyway. He's so big for the division.

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                  • #99
                    Originally posted by S7V7N View Post
                    Expect J-Rock to outbox Inoue who doesn't really pack a punch.

                    The line behind Hurd sure is stacking up already though, especially with this rotator cuff shoulder injury he needs to recover from.

                    IBF mandatory will be ordered after this eliminator you mentioned,
                    Already has Lara ordered WBA rematch,
                    Then there's Castano who holds the WBA regular title,
                    Hurd though wants to unify with Charlo or fight Brook for money,
                    Williams may very well find himself in the same situation as SD, fighting a lesser opponent for a vacant belt,
                    Really don't expect Hurd to stay at JMW for that much longer anyway. He's so big for the division.
                    I would hope that Lara would be willing to fight Castano or J-Rock instead of waiting on a rematch!

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                    • Originally posted by Bjl12 View Post
                      How coward???

                      He fought incognito monster VANES.

                      What a Warrior



                      XD XD XD

                      Your right Vanes was a monster & the best..........in 2004 according to GGG hahaha. What an epic challenge GGG picked.

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