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Old 02-13-2019, 09:26 AM #51
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His offer to fight Whyte was pretty good too from what I remember.

I think Fury hit the nail on the head when he described why Wilder picked him :

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Old 02-13-2019, 09:31 AM #52
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You should really provide sources for all of this information. NOway either guy makes close to 30 mil lol
Go to the Daily Mail online. Here's an excerpt:

Tyson Fury, as he turns towards New York for his world heavyweight title rematch, can feel entitled to keep a purse projected to reach three times the 7million he gave to charity after his epic first encounter with Deontay Wilder.

The Gypsy King, having reconfirmed his extraordinary donation to Britain's homeless, is in the final stage of negotiation for a second Wilder fight which is expected to take place in the Big Apple on May 18.

Fury referred to his charitable gesture at a speaking engagement in Cardiff at the weekend and few will begrudge him pocketing his next big pay-day to prevent what he described as 'me probably ending up like all the old boxers... skint.'

Fury also revealed fears at the time that he might have been 'brain damaged' by the power of the blow which flattened him in the last round in Los Angeles in November, a brutal knockdown from which he miraculously regained consciousness - and his feet - to finish the fight.

US pay-per-view television revenue is expected to boost takings from Wilder-Fury II well above 50m.

Both teams have been fine tuning the deal to prevent their fight for Wilder's title going to rescheduled purse bids at WBC headquarters in Mexico City on Wednesday morning.

Fury's share, even if restricted to 40 per cent as the challenger, should exceed 20m.

Talks were delayed by discussion not only of the financial split but also the choice of venue.

Las Vegas was the first option but Fury's insistence on three neutral judges - following the controversial draw in the first fight - is contrary to the preference of the State Athletic Commission there for Nevada officials.

Fury's promoter Frank Warren is understood to be in New York finalising contracts with Wilder's co-promoters Shelly Finkel and Al Haymon, with the fabled Madison Square Garden earmarked for May 18 and an announcement imminent.

The same city, in this case using the Barclays Center, is pencilled in for Anthony Joshua's defence of his collection of WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight belts against Brooklyn-born Jarrell Miller.

Joshua's US debut has been hastened by the commitment of Wilder and Fury to fight each other again and the refusal of Dillian Whyte to take over the Wembley Stadium date of April 13, which had been set aside for AJ's next mega-night.

Joshua's clash with the big-punching Miller should also be confirmed this week.


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Old 02-13-2019, 09:41 AM #53
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That's only if the fight is won by purse bid. Doesn't mean **** if it doesn't go to purse bid. FFS how can you not know this?
That's why the two teams are in current negotiations in order to prevent the fight to going to a purse bid dumb ass. Damn you are both dense and slow!
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Let me provide an article that you just may understand. This is from the Daily Mail Online:

Tyson Fury, as he turns towards New York for his world heavyweight title rematch, can feel entitled to keep a purse projected to reach three times the 7million he gave to charity after his epic first encounter with Deontay Wilder.

The Gypsy King, having reconfirmed his extraordinary donation to Britain's homeless, is in the final stage of negotiation for a second Wilder fight which is expected to take place in the Big Apple on May 18.

Fury referred to his charitable gesture at a speaking engagement in Cardiff at the weekend and few will begrudge him pocketing his next big pay-day to prevent what he described as 'me probably ending up like all the old boxers... skint.'

Fury also revealed fears at the time that he might have been 'brain damaged' by the power of the blow which flattened him in the last round in Los Angeles in November, a brutal knockdown from which he miraculously regained consciousness - and his feet - to finish the fight.

US pay-per-view television revenue is expected to boost takings from Wilder-Fury II well above 50m.

Both teams have been fine tuning the deal to prevent their fight for Wilder's title going to rescheduled purse bids at WBC headquarters in Mexico City on Wednesday morning.

Fury's share, even if restricted to 40 per cent as the challenger, should exceed 20m.

Talks were delayed by discussion not only of the financial split but also the choice of venue.

Las Vegas was the first option but Fury's insistence on three neutral judges - following the controversial draw in the first fight - is contrary to the preference of the State Athletic Commission there for Nevada officials.

Fury's promoter Frank Warren is understood to be in New York finalising contracts with Wilder's co-promoters Shelly Finkel and Al Haymon, with the fabled Madison Square Garden earmarked for May 18 and an announcement imminent.

The same city, in this case using the Barclays Center, is pencilled in for Anthony Joshua's defence of his collection of WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight belts against Brooklyn-born Jarrell Miller.

Joshua's US debut has been hastened by the commitment of Wilder and Fury to fight each other again and the refusal of Dillian Whyte to take over the Wembley Stadium date of April 13, which had been set aside for AJ's next mega-night.

Joshua's clash with the big-punching Miller should also be confirmed this week.
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Old 02-13-2019, 09:44 AM #54
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That's why the two teams are in current negotiations in order to prevent the fight to going to a purse bid dumb ass. Damn you are both dense and slow!
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Let me provide an article that you just may understand. This is from the Daily Mail Online:

Tyson Fury, as he turns towards New York for his world heavyweight title rematch, can feel entitled to keep a purse projected to reach three times the 7million he gave to charity after his epic first encounter with Deontay Wilder.

The Gypsy King, having reconfirmed his extraordinary donation to Britain's homeless, is in the final stage of negotiation for a second Wilder fight which is expected to take place in the Big Apple on May 18.

Fury referred to his charitable gesture at a speaking engagement in Cardiff at the weekend and few will begrudge him pocketing his next big pay-day to prevent what he described as 'me probably ending up like all the old boxers... skint.'

Fury also revealed fears at the time that he might have been 'brain damaged' by the power of the blow which flattened him in the last round in Los Angeles in November, a brutal knockdown from which he miraculously regained consciousness - and his feet - to finish the fight.

US pay-per-view television revenue is expected to boost takings from Wilder-Fury II well above 50m.

Both teams have been fine tuning the deal to prevent their fight for Wilder's title going to rescheduled purse bids at WBC headquarters in Mexico City on Wednesday morning.

Fury's share, even if restricted to 40 per cent as the challenger, should exceed 20m.

Talks were delayed by discussion not only of the financial split but also the choice of venue.

Las Vegas was the first option but Fury's insistence on three neutral judges - following the controversial draw in the first fight - is contrary to the preference of the State Athletic Commission there for Nevada officials.

Fury's promoter Frank Warren is understood to be in New York finalising contracts with Wilder's co-promoters Shelly Finkel and Al Haymon, with the fabled Madison Square Garden earmarked for May 18 and an announcement imminent.

The same city, in this case using the Barclays Center, is pencilled in for Anthony Joshua's defence of his collection of WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight belts against Brooklyn-born Jarrell Miller.

Joshua's US debut has been hastened by the commitment of Wilder and Fury to fight each other again and the refusal of Dillian Whyte to take over the Wembley Stadium date of April 13, which had been set aside for AJ's next mega-night.

Joshua's clash with the big-punching Miller should also be confirmed this week.

The article writer is guessing, he doesn't know how much they'll make, nobody does. FFS why are a large part of Wilder fans such simpletons?
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Old 02-13-2019, 01:58 PM #55
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Go to the Daily Mail online. Here's an excerpt:

Tyson Fury, as he turns towards New York for his world heavyweight title rematch, can feel entitled to keep a purse projected to reach three times the 7million he gave to charity after his epic first encounter with Deontay Wilder.

The Gypsy King, having reconfirmed his extraordinary donation to Britain's homeless, is in the final stage of negotiation for a second Wilder fight which is expected to take place in the Big Apple on May 18.

Fury referred to his charitable gesture at a speaking engagement in Cardiff at the weekend and few will begrudge him pocketing his next big pay-day to prevent what he described as 'me probably ending up like all the old boxers... skint.'

Fury also revealed fears at the time that he might have been 'brain damaged' by the power of the blow which flattened him in the last round in Los Angeles in November, a brutal knockdown from which he miraculously regained consciousness - and his feet - to finish the fight.

US pay-per-view television revenue is expected to boost takings from Wilder-Fury II well above 50m.

Both teams have been fine tuning the deal to prevent their fight for Wilder's title going to rescheduled purse bids at WBC headquarters in Mexico City on Wednesday morning.

Fury's share, even if restricted to 40 per cent as the challenger, should exceed 20m.

Talks were delayed by discussion not only of the financial split but also the choice of venue.

Las Vegas was the first option but Fury's insistence on three neutral judges - following the controversial draw in the first fight - is contrary to the preference of the State Athletic Commission there for Nevada officials.

Fury's promoter Frank Warren is understood to be in New York finalising contracts with Wilder's co-promoters Shelly Finkel and Al Haymon, with the fabled Madison Square Garden earmarked for May 18 and an announcement imminent.

The same city, in this case using the Barclays Center, is pencilled in for Anthony Joshua's defence of his collection of WBA, IBF, WBO and IBO heavyweight belts against Brooklyn-born Jarrell Miller.

Joshua's US debut has been hastened by the commitment of Wilder and Fury to fight each other again and the refusal of Dillian Whyte to take over the Wembley Stadium date of April 13, which had been set aside for AJ's next mega-night.

Joshua's clash with the big-punching Miller should also be confirmed this week.


The dialymail is a laughable source but even within the article, they simply claim there are projections for what the fight will make.

Can you tell me the sources of these financial projections?
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Old 02-13-2019, 02:56 PM #56
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Can you tell me the sources of these financial projections?
Perhaps you would be better off asking the author of the article to answer that question for you rather than me since he is better suited in answering it because after all he was the one who wrote the article in the first place.

Moreover, in this instance you don't need to know the sources of these financial projections anyway because they are just mere speculations and rumors at this point; Which means there is no way of even substantiating the validity or credibility of them.

However, in just a few days the official purses would be disclosed to the public anyhow.
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An article writers opinion on what they could have earned in the first fight. Wow amazing.
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A Warren comment from August, yet the actual deal was announced by the end of September, with his man only getting ~43% of disclosed guaranteed money.

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However, in just a few days the official purses would be disclosed to the public anyhow.
Problem is that Tyson Fury has said repeatedly how much he received for the fight. Either he was on target or he was a bit off.

The base purse split was reported as $4m for Wilder and $3m for Fury, with the extra money coming from PPV revenue and gate receipts.

If the actual purses will be released, then not only will we see if Fury got what he said, but also if Wilder got the 14 million that many people were claiming soon after the fight...which I doubt.
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His offer to fight Whyte was pretty good too from what I remember.

I think Fury hit the nail on the head when he described why Wilder picked him :
It wasn't though. Deontay Wilder would've been making a voluntary defense of his world title against a Brit in England.

85/15 Wilder, on the show, would've been a proper split.

$7m, to deliver Matchroom Sport a show that would sell out O2 Arena, draw well on Sky Box Office, and deliver a major US name to DAZN for an event, among the other revenues, was a **** offer.
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It wasn't though. Deontay Wilder would've been making a voluntary defense of his world title against a Brit in England.

85/15 Wilder, on the show, would've been a proper split.

$7m, to deliver Matchroom Sport a show that would sell out O2 Arena, draw well on Sky Box Office, and deliver a major US name to DAZN for an event, among the other revenues, was a **** offer.
DAZN wasn't launched then. It would of been Showtime which was Wilder's money to keep. He fought Ortiz instead, for what..half that?

It wasn't a shit offer at all. I imagine it would of been easily his highest payday at the time.
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