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Old 02-05-2019, 12:10 PM #11
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No one but AJ and Fury beat a prime Whyte.
Agreed. Whyte takes Wilder, IMO.

Stylistically, other fights would be closer. If he doesn't KO Povetkin and Ortiz, I can see them outboxing him to a decision.
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Hes already ruined his pay day. He wanted too much money he didnt get it, so rather than going in there and facing Joshua for all the belts and 7 million he is now going to have to risk losing for a couple of fights to cement the mandatory spot to one of Joshua's belts where they either try again or let the split get sorted for them which i think is 80-20 for that particular belt. And 20% likely works out similar if not a little less than he was getting offered in the 1st place.

Nothing wrong with Whyte doing what he feels he needs to do to squeeze the most money out of AJ but he went beyond fair and beyond realistic and pushed too hard thinking they would bend in the end cuz of the venue being booked and Hearn not wanting to lose it.

But then also why should Joshua be all charitable and fair and kind to Whyte in regards to money when Whyte brings alot less to the table, certainly not world titles and has been nothing but rude to him for years and is somebody AJ has already knocked out cold. Joshua has other options, he dont need to be fair to Whyte at the contract table. But then just how unfair is your biggest pay day and a chance to win all the belts. Joshua has a hell of alot more to lose than Dillian.
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