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    Perhaps obvious to most of us Tyson Fury has pointed out that there is no chance of himself and Anthony Joshua ever fighting should the latter lose his December 7th world heavyweight title rematch against Andy Ruiz Jr. Fury, who on Thursday will taken on "The Monster Among Men" Braun Strowman at the WWE pay-per-view event Crown Jewel' in Saudi Arabia, says there is no chance of the two heavyweight rivals ever facing one another should Joshua once again lose to Ruiz Jr.
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  • #2
    He’s just saying this because it’s a better headline than “Tyson Fury: of course I’ll fight Joshua if the money’s right“

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    • #3
      Of course Fury is not fighting AJ after Wilder.. He's going to retire! AJ takes his country from him.. The whole U.K! Same reason Amir Khan ducked Kell Brook for so long!

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      • #4
        I think they’re both bums and they are both not on my league. My mother always said, if you can’t say nothing nice, don’t say it at all, so I’m just going to keep my mouth shut on this one
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        Does his brain register what he is saying?

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        • #5
          If Andy whoops AJ's ass again, nobody wants him anymore. He's used goods. Defective product. Expired meat. Back to the end of the line he goes. He'll have to build himself back up fighting Martin Bakole and Tony Yoka on undercards.

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          • #6
            Very little chance of the fight happening anyway if the fight needs to be in the USA. Not a lot of point hosting what would be the biggest British fight of all time overseas.

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            • #7
              styles make fights...AJ is is danger when he's up against a relentless heavy puncher like Wilder or a relentless fast puncher like Ruiz.
              I don't see what Fury has that would trouble AJ. He doesn't have the ko power to stop AJ, his best chance would be to outbox AJ like he did Wilder, but AJ has more variety so is harder to read.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by alexjust View Post
                I think theyíre both bums and they are both not on my league. My mother always said, if you canít say nothing nice, donít say it at all, so Iím just going to keep my mouth shut on this one
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                Does his brain register what he is saying?
                hahahah I thought it was you saying this and I was going to subtlety point out what you said at the beginning of the sentence Tyson is the king of contradiction , honestly he's so funny to listen to

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by 5000boxing View Post
                  Of course Fury is not fighting AJ after Wilder.. He's going to retire! AJ takes his country from him.. The whole U.K! Same reason Amir Khan ducked Kell Brook for so long!
                  if amir had taken kell earlier, lost...he would not be the one getting $7m vs canelo and $5m vs Crawford or even $7m vs Billy Dib.
                  Also Kell wanted to mask his own weaknesses by targetting Amir Khan and building his profile off that. He didn't want to be fighting guys like Errol Spence jr.
                  he only took the risk vs GGG out of envy of Amir making $5m vs Canelo. it was one of those 'i will lose to GGG too, get paid like amir got paid...but i will do a bit better than amir and have more bragging rights'. However kell was left broken. Then he went down to 147 with that 10lbs rehydration clause by the IBF and got outworked by Spence, drained and got battered.

                  Btw kell brook doesn't have 'fans'. He has supporters in the context of there being a lot of amir khan haters due to anti-pakistani sentiment since the 2011 grooming gangs news began to break out. So again Amir did the right thing by avoiding kell brook in that toxic climate, he waited for people to move on. What happened along with that is people realised kell will just keep boxing bums and then calling out Amir.

                  look at how kell went to the crawford vs amir khan fight, begging to get a payday like that. Bob Arum took a risk on Amir khan and it didn't pay off, amir quit, which made it a bad card for fans..and it only did 150k ppv buys..so no way arum would throw money on kell.
                  So kell is doing what he does, calling out Amir again.

                  My problem is that kell didn't go and fight the likes of Thurman, Garcia and a rematch with Porter. He didn't try to cement his own legacy.

                  Don't get me wrong, i know kell got shanked after he won the belt which hindered him, i know he had to wait a long time to get his mandatory fight vs porter etc.
                  However Kell's hate for Amir khan was ****ed up. Amir acheived a lot very early on in life. I think it's because with amir he would skip mosque (all muslims go to mosque daily in their younger yrs for 2 hours)..and try to justify his boxing classes. So he kind of pushed himself early to prove himself. I grew up in Bury, 1 town over from Bolton. Amir was in the papers regularly from the age of 12 as a big future asian prospect. His development was suited to amateur boxing and got him the money early on in his career.
                  Kell should have forged his own career and not hated on amir.

                  Kell boxed zefera or whatever he's called, in his hometown..and it was a poor card. Without Amir he becomes irrelevant.

                  To a lesser degree with is true for wilder too. ever since aj lost, people stopped caring about wilder. Before, all people talked about was wilder vs aj.

                  Tyson Fury doesnt want AJ, never did, he retired already when he knew AJ was coming up. He's said himself back in 2010 that he got beat up by a prospect (AJ) in sparring.

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                  • #10
                    Sorry Fury but it's not your call to make baby boo. You are not the price maker of the division but Anthony Joshua is. Until proven otherwise, you are just a price taker because you can't draw flies to shit!

                    Therefore, you are not the one in charge. AJ decides who and when he is going to fight since he is yet still the money man and has the largest following of any heavyweight in the division.

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