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Old 02-21-2019, 06:31 AM #171
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You're not understanding, lol.

The American judge went AGAINST Deontay Wilder, the British judge scored the fight even, and Jack Reis basically gave Fury a 15 count.

If you honestly think that Top Rank can massage better than that out of the Nevada, New York, Texas, or New Jersey commission, for a fight with this profile, you're bugging.

And that's before you remember that Wilder basically figured Fury's timing, to the point that he flattened him with a right hand/left hook in the 12th.

Fury's not swimming without getting wet for another 12 rounds; that's pretty obvious by now.

So yeah, $30m to give Wilder another twelve rounds to land his shot in the 12th round again (with the side benefit of making Top Rank look like ****, for locking Fury up for all that money only to see him washed in the first fight and Wilder leaving)? Yes, Haymon advises that fight 10 out of 10 times.
you donít know how to count is all o have to say to that as fury was at 9.9 itís furys fault why wilder was not in a neutral corner and whether he was in corner or not he was up before 10 and itís only because fury got over confident in the 12th.
And donít talk about long counts when wilder was giving an extra 30 seconds by the ref against Ortiz when he was literally cooked. Fury schooled wilder and now itís only a matter of time before he loses his protected belt.
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Old 02-21-2019, 06:48 AM #172
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Old 02-21-2019, 08:52 AM #173
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Old 02-21-2019, 09:21 AM #174
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Everyone just needs to step back, relax and stop all this Wilder is a free agent madness. No television network or online streaming service is going to dictate the terms and conditions to the current WBC titleholder who just happens to be the A side in the negotiations.

The fight is entirely up to Tyson Fury as to whether or not he wants the fight or not. If he wants it, then the fight will be settled on Team Wilder's terms and not his nor ESPN's, because currently they hold no leverage, cards or belts over Deontay Wilder at the bargaining table. In other words, Fury got nothing that Wilder needs.

Wilder out of the goodness of heart threw Tyson a lifeline; A gift one may say by giving him a charitable and voluntary defense of his WBC title which he did not earn or deserve because he was disgraced and banished by the boxing establishment for doping, juicing and popping for performance enhancing drugs.

So in short, Wilder owes Fury nothing and is prepared to move on before signing with another platform, just so he can defend his own title against him. How insane and absurd is that?
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Old 02-21-2019, 01:22 PM #175
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Fury just got $20m per fight, it was rumored that the camps were negotiating a 50/50 for the rematch, and Arum comes out of the gate with bull**** about Fury not seeing his value.

Are you really trying to act confused here? Do you honestly think that ESPN is going to offer Wilder $20m+ for a one-off fight?

**** no, lol.

Reading the tea leaves, Arum is going to try and offer short of $20m (against 50% of some back-end number after everything is covered and he gets his piece; basically little to no extra money) and then also look to get an option on Wilder's next fight (may even be bold enough to ask for multiple options).

And it'll be a rolling fight-by-fight Top Rank longterm deal, lol.

Open your eyes
My eyes are wide open. I was merely highlighting that if Wilder was indeed a free agent there would be no barriers to not making the re-match happen, despite Fury signing with ESPN.
That was what Wilder said in the article. If you are not going to bother reading it, at least read the title.
I didn't speculate about what may or may not happen with either fighter in their future career neither, merely that us boxing fans would prefer an immediate rematch. I'll leave that to an expert like yourself.
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Old 02-21-2019, 04:41 PM #176
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My eyes are wide open. I was merely highlighting that if Wilder was indeed a free agent there would be no barriers to not making the re-match happen, despite Fury signing with ESPN.
That was what Wilder said in the article. If you are not going to bother reading it, at least read the title.
I didn't speculate about what may or may not happen with either fighter in their future career neither, merely that us boxing fans would prefer an immediate rematch. I'll leave that to an expert like yourself.
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Bob Arum is already on record talking about Wilder and Fury now having interim fights on ESPN+, lol.

Deceive yourself if you want
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Old 02-21-2019, 04:51 PM #177
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Don't see any point in Deontay staying with Haymon and Showtime.
The SHO commentators weren't even rooting for him to win.
They were rooting for Fury.
Then came Floyd scoring the fight 5-0 after the 5th round in favor of Fury.
Kills me.
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Old 02-26-2019, 10:29 PM #178
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Why wouldnít they? 😂😂
I did mention Warren and Arum didn't want the fight and I hope I have been vindicated.
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