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    Default Will Deontay Wilder be brave enough to rematch Tyson Fury in the UK?

    Or will he demand home country advantage?

    It's only fair that the rematch be in the UK.

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    Default Re: Will Deontay Wilder be brave enough to rematch Tyson Fury in the UK?

    Wilder was willing to travel to Russia so he is definitely willing to travel to UK as long as the money is right for him.

    I think there will be a rematch in the UK, unless Vegas becomes interested.
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    Default Re: Will Deontay Wilder be brave enough to rematch Tyson Fury in the UK?

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Wilder was willing to travel to Russia so he is definitely willing to travel to UK as long as the money is right for him.

    I think there will be a rematch in the UK, unless Vegas becomes interested.
    Wilder complained bitterly about going to Russia, but had to or he would have lost his title, because Povetkin's promoter won the purse bid.

    If he had a choice at that time, like he does now, he would NOT have gone overseas.

    And then he refused to fight Povetkin, after there was a false accusation of PED use. Povetkin apparently had a tiny, microscopic trace of some substance that was NOT a steroid and had been legal until a couple of months before.

    Wilder Talks Povetkin “It Is Too Cold in Russia”
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    Default Re: Will Deontay Wilder be brave enough to rematch Tyson Fury in the UK?

    Wilder was on the plane ready to do a Rocky 4.
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    Default Re: Will Deontay Wilder be brave enough to rematch Tyson Fury in the UK?

    Quote Originally Posted by Freedom View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    Wilder was willing to travel to Russia so he is definitely willing to travel to UK as long as the money is right for him.

    I think there will be a rematch in the UK, unless Vegas becomes interested.
    Wilder complained bitterly about going to Russia, but had to or he would have lost his title, because Povetkin's promoter won the purse bid.

    If he had a choice at that time, like he does now, he would NOT have gone overseas.

    And then he refused to fight Povetkin, after there was a false accusation of PED use. Povetkin apparently had a tiny, microscopic trace of some substance that was NOT a steroid and had been legal until a couple of months before.

    Wilder Talks Povetkin “It Is Too Cold in Russia”
    Wilder was literally on his way, and it wasn’t even up to him, the fight wouldn’t have been sanctioned due to povetkins failed test, which wasn’t his first. He is a proven drug cheat.

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    Default Re: Will Deontay Wilder be brave enough to rematch Tyson Fury in the UK?

    Going to be hard to get the money right in the UK. Some reports say the PPV will end up near 400k in USA alone. Knowing that the 2nd would do better numbers you give away too much money doing it in the UK which would kill US PPV sales. US fight fans just won’t buy a mid day fight.

    In an ideal world it should be in the UK because Tyson won the fight and because Tyson travelled first go. Just don’t expect fair to trump dollars

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    Default Re: Will Deontay Wilder be brave enough to rematch Tyson Fury in the UK?

    How many UK PPV buys needed to match the US dollars?

    320,000 US buys at $75 = 24000000

    A Million UK buys at $25 = 25000000

    (just a rough estimate)

    By those numbers it's clear they could double the PPV price in the UK for either against Joshua and it would beat a million. And any fight between the three packs a football stadium.
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    Default Re: Will Deontay Wilder be brave enough to rematch Tyson Fury in the UK?

    I think Wilder will fight fury in the uk , its a perfect chance to raise his profile.
    He know if he forces the action he can hurt fury , can fury box any better than he did on Saturday ?
    That's what we need to find out.
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    Default Re: Will Deontay Wilder be brave enough to rematch Tyson Fury in the UK?

    He’s a bitch pussy with poor grammar. There’s no way he’s going to the UK for a rematch.

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    Default Re: Will Deontay Wilder be brave enough to rematch Tyson Fury in the UK?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Lord Al View Post
    I think Wilder will fight fury in the uk , its a perfect chance to raise his profile.
    He know if he forces the action he can hurt fury , can fury box any better than he did on Saturday ?
    That's what we need to find out.
    I think Fury can get in even better condition and be more seasoned for Wilder in the rematch.

    There were times Fury was pushing Wilder back and if Tyson has no relapse in concentration he can win the contest more emphatically.
    Last edited by Master; 12-08-2018 at 02:03 PM.
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    Default Re: Will Deontay Wilder be brave enough to rematch Tyson Fury in the UK?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenster View Post
    How many UK PPV buys needed to match the US dollars?

    320,000 US buys at $75 = 24000000

    A Million UK buys at $25 = 25000000

    (just a rough estimate)

    By those numbers it's clear they could double the PPV price in the UK for either against Joshua and it would beat a million. And any fight between the three packs a football stadium.
    320 is the first PPV, go look at the numbers for Joshua’s first PPV, Maywrathers, GGGs, literally anyone. Fighters numbers rise. Pretending not to realize that is disingenuous.

    I really don’t understand if people pretend not to understand or genuinely don’t understand the numbers. This is not complicated. And it is clear as day

    You are presenting an argument that makes horrible business sense, what does it serve to do so?

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    Default Re: Will Deontay Wilder be brave enough to rematch Tyson Fury in the UK?

    Let me put it very simply.

    Deontay/AJ in US=US and UK PPV
    Deontay/Fury in US=US and UK PPV
    Deontay/AJ in UK=UK PPV
    Deontay/Fury in UK=UK PPV

    The US fans simply aren’t as devoted, they won’t buy an afternoon fight there is empirical evidence.

    AJ/Fury=UK PPV

    It’s not fair or right but it is how it is. To maximize you want both markets. And Fury and Wilder both just became bigger stars. Not AJ in UK big but bigger. A Wilder/Fury rematch does 600k in US easy, probably more like a million. That’s just in the US. An AJ/Wilder fight after that does 1 million in the US easy

    You don’t sacrifice 30 million in PPV to get 5 million at the gate.(example looking at gates of AJs last stadium fight vs Wilder/Fury)
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    Default Re: Will Deontay Wilder be brave enough to rematch Tyson Fury in the UK?

    Quote Originally Posted by ruthless rocco View Post
    He’s a bitch pussy with poor grammar. There’s no way he’s going to the UK for a rematch.

    Translate to English please I do not understand your point ?
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    Default Re: Will Deontay Wilder be brave enough to rematch Tyson Fury in the UK?

    I got a feeling we’ll see AJ v Wilder next in April.

    Wilder will get more money for that one and might see it as potentially more winnable so he could then cash in further with Fury rematch.

    Wilder AJ is a pick em fight for me.
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    Default Re: Will Deontay Wilder be brave enough to rematch Tyson Fury in the UK?

    I think Wilder would travel if the money is right.

    Personally I think the mandatories are going to start getting in the way soon.
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