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  • factsarenice
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    Thank GOD Joshua finally bought a calculator. The recent Fury / Wilder cherry picks all lost money.

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  • DaNeutral.
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    Originally posted by boogbx View Post
    Who did AJ get beat down by?

    Wilders fought Fury and Ortiz that with the exception of a shot Klitchko is better than anybody on Joshua’s record.
    Here we go again. Wilder has had over 40 fights but thats all we ever hear, Ortiz and Fury. Fury beat him and Ortiz has done what now? There is nothing to say Ortiz is better than Parker, Povetkin, Ruiz, hell even Martin has done more than Ortiz. Decent fighter but only Wilder fans getting carried away about how good he is.

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  • SchoolTheseCats
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    Originally posted by DaNeutral. View Post
    Hahahahahaha. Very sketchy words from you. Which video are you talking about? You should post it.
    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/boxing/2...der-us-insist/

    Could post the multiple articles that nsb did on Hearn and Co turning down offer but that should do right there

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  • boogbx
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    Originally posted by greeneye99 View Post
    Your Post is all Rubbish
    Who has Wilder fought?
    Who has Ortiz ever beaten?
    Lets compare AJs last 4 opponents to Tyson Fury last 2 opponents
    Who fought the better opponents?
    Wilder calls out no one
    Tyson calls out everyone
    But
    Fights no one
    GTFOH
    Who did AJ get beat down by?

    Wilders fought Fury and Ortiz that with the exception of a shot Klitchko is better than anybody on Joshua’s record.

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  • Skinny kinny
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    Originally posted by DaNeutral. View Post
    Yes. I would tend to agree. But what has that got to do with anything? If that was so relevant then shouldnt Fury be selling up to 1.5 million PPV's a go and be receiving the kind of money Joshua is? Cuz he isnt. So what exactly has that got to do with anything?

    Im not saying Joshua is the best fighter of the 3, im not even saying Joshua would for sure beat the other 2. But we all can see which is the cash cow of the 3.
    That’s not true. A weaker PPV fight for Aj in the UK for example would be Pulev. A Pulev fight would probably generate 10 million in gate at a stadium plus a million PPV for about 25 million plus 5-10 million from the USA broadcasting group (DAZN or espn) and maybe some world fees. A total of about 40-45 million. A weaker wilder PPV vs say Ortiz. About 300,000 PPV for about 25 million about 7-8 thousand at the gate but a Vegas gouging the house 8-9 million gate. Then fox gets big commercial value and ratings out of their bs shoulder programming before the fights plus foreign broadcast rights so probably 4-5 million there. So a total of 35 to 40 million. So about a 5 million difference in a weaker fight. Not as much of a difference.
    In a bigger fight like Joshua Ruiz 2 you went to Saudi and got a big site fee like 80 million that includes gate then you got over a million PPV at a little higher price for say 30 million and 5-7 million broadcast rights internationally. You are looking at 115 million total.
    A big wilder vs fury PPV you are looking at say 500, 000 us PPV for around 38 million. Then UK PPV for probably around 1/2 million for 12 million then about 10-15 million for gate/site fee and probably 3-4 million. For a total of 65-70 million. The difference is the site fee from Saudi.
    If you keep it in England say Aj vs a Vlad. You are looking at 30 million in PPV 10-15 million in gate 10 million for international broadcast rights. You are looking at 55 million total.
    Sorry not the cash cow obvious advantage not there. To get the big bucks you got to hope wilder wins so you can do USA PPV ( Aj vs wilder might get the 1 million PPV) or find a sugar daddy to sport wash you the massive site fee

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  • NoConcoms
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    These guys aren't serious about being the #1 man in the division. They just want to milk their idiotic fan base for as much money as possible. Fighting total cans along the way.

    Usyk is promoted by Hearn, isn't he? I bet they won't even fight him. These guys are pathetic.

    Say what you want about Fury and Wilder, but they come to FIGHT.

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  • Sayithowitisuk
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    Ruiz rattled Aj more than i thought.
    Didn't he notice he got rag dolled by a top 15 tune up.
    Has he ever even fought a top 2 or 3 fighter?

    I thought the loss would teach him humility. But Aj doesn't want to be the greatest. He wants to be the first billionaire boxer.

    I fear money & hearn has destroyed this lads boxing legacy in such a poor money first a side bs era.

    The top 2 are fighting again on the 22nd. When will the money man join the party? Looks to me like he's ageing Wilder. Waiting for someone to beat him first. Do his work for him.

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  • Jkp
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    Originally posted by _Rexy_ View Post
    Eddie Hearn “we are ready to give wilder or fury a 50-50 split”

    Anxiety Joshua “WHOA! Not so fast! You’re gonna get the fight made talking like that!”
    Lol. Exactly.

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  • Jkp
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    But sidknee and other uk fan boys proudly told us AJ already offered 50/50 to wilder.

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  • Brettcappe
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    Originally posted by Shadoww702 View Post
    At least everyone that doesn't look like this








    knows this is a DUCK!!!


    Lol. These responses from british boxing fans are old and tiring. Da Neutral claims that Wilder's 50 mil offer wasn't legit. The problem is that it was . The resistance from Joshua and Hearn was that it was a one fight, no rematch clause offer with the site being negotiated and not insisted upon like always with Joshua. Would the Parker fight have turned out differently with a quality ref? Most likely but the brits are so enamored by A.J that they consistently miss the shortcomings ( chin and stamina). Will Joshua and Wilder ever fight. Debatable but the outcome if and when they do? The limey on his heiny!
    Last edited by Brettcappe; 01-26-2020, 02:08 PM.

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