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Old 05-18-2019, 10:32 PM #20
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Originally Posted by Pan-Africanist View Post
That has nothing to do with Spence or Crawford. They are pawns on a chessboard. Its about Haymon and Arum. And why should Haymon help Arum after what he pulled during the Wilder Fury rematch negotiations?
Whose to say Arum ruined the Fury-Wilder neogitiations? It might have been Fury. . .it also might have been Wilder. . .

And we don't know exactly why it broke down. We do know that after Fury signed with TR the deal kind of abruptly ended. So it definitely seems like Arum/TR played a role, but we don't know for sure because neither of us were involved in negotiations.

And it's not just Arum and Haymon. It seems more likely that it's JUST HAYMON.

Haymon hasn't allowed Terrence Crawford to beat up any of his WW's. Danny Garcia passed up what would've been a career high payday and instead for $1 million against a fringe contender.

Deontay Wilder passed up $100 million for a 3-fight contract including two fights with the best heavyweight in the world, Anthony Joshua.

Luis Ortiz best previous purse was LESS THAN $1 MILLION and he passed up like $6-7 million to fight Anthony Joshua

Great "advising" by Haymon. I wonder if he sells Kool-Aid because his fighters are all being robbed blind.

Arum, on the other hand, DOES do business with NON-TR fighters *sometimes*. Khan earned a career high payday against Crawford and he wasn't with Top Rank
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