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Thread: Whyte v Del Boy or Frampton v Warrington - what will you be watching?

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    Default Whyte v Del Boy or Frampton v Warrington - what will you be watching?

    So as we know they are due to clash and people aren't too happy with it, Frampton has said that the British Boxing Board of Control should step in to stop it happening in the future, both are PPV so (as long as you are a good honest person who doesn't believe in illegal streaming) you won't be able to flick between both shows unless you fork out £40 and pay for them both.

    So what will you be watching?

    Sky card:
    Dillian Whyte v Dereck Chisora
    Ryan Walsh v Reece Bellotti
    Cristofer Rosales v Charlie Edwards
    Joshua Buatsi v Renold Quinlan
    Carlos Takam v TBA

    BT card:
    Josh Warrington v Carl Frampton
    Mark Heffron v Liam Williams
    Nathan Gorman v Razcan Cojanu
    Tommy Fury v Jevgenijs Andrejevs
    Martin Murray v Hassan N'Dam N'Jikam
    Michael Conlan v Jason Cunningam
    Billy Joe Saunders v Zoltan Sera

    Any mods want to add a poll

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    Default Re: Whyte v Del Boy or Frampton v Warrington - what will you be watching?

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    I'll personally be flicking between the two, most people I speak with are opting for the Sky card though because they think that Whyte v Chisora will simply be more fun to watch.

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    Default Re: Whyte v Del Boy or Frampton v Warrington - what will you be watching?

    I want to say I will watch the best fight which is Frampton v Warrington. That is 2 world class fighters at the top of their game in this sport.

    However I think Whyte v Chisora will be a tear up.

    You should have added a poll.
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    Default Re: Whyte v Del Boy or Frampton v Warrington - what will you be watching?

    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    You should have added a poll.
    Don't know how

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    Default Re: Whyte v Del Boy or Frampton v Warrington - what will you be watching?

    Quote Originally Posted by Batman View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Master View Post
    You should have added a poll.
    Don't know how
    When you start a thread, just before you press submit new thread, there is an option to post a poll.

    You tick that option and after you submit new thread it takes you to the poll and you complete the poll options.
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    Default Re: Whyte v Del Boy or Frampton v Warrington - what will you be watching?

    The Frampton-Warrington is more interesting because it's between top fighters. Gorman is an exciting heavyweight I'm following, so I'll want to see that for sure. And there's Murray-N'Dam.

    Chisora is a fringe contender, Whyte is a top ten contender, but neither have or ever will win a world title. That being said, I'm somewhat interested. I want to see Whyte win decisively and get a bigger fight against a top ten contender next time out, perhaps on the April Joshua card.

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    Default Re: Whyte v Del Boy or Frampton v Warrington - what will you be watching?

    Whyte v Chisora will be the one the casual fans watch, people love a big domestic tear up especially in the Heavyweight division.
    People know what to expect after the first fight so are guaranteed a war.
    Sky are all over social media promoting this while BT in comparison are not.
    I reckon it'll be 70/30 tuning into Sky Sports.

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    Default Re: Whyte v Del Boy or Frampton v Warrington - what will you be watching?

    Frampton Warrington is the class of the bunch obviously but people do like a decent punch up. Stick a gun to me head and I'd go with the punch up every time.

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    Default Re: Whyte v Del Boy or Frampton v Warrington - what will you be watching?

    There's some tough fights to call on both cards, I was looking at backing old N'dam to beat old Murray but the bookies were thinking like me (50/50-ish).

    Rosales is surely a great price to beat Edwards... if you don't mind steaming into odds on shots (4/7).

    Frampton will totally outclass and stop Warrington (3/1 stoppage).

    Be disappointing if Whyte can't improve on his last performance against old Del Boy (7/4 stoppage).

    I won't be buying either, I'll be snoring when all this happens, but if forced to buy one card I'd probably go for the BT one as there's more fights.
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    Default Re: Whyte v Del Boy or Frampton v Warrington - what will you be watching?

    I've seen the BT promotion all over social media it's just drowned out by the other card. It's just a fact the smaller guys like Frampton and Warrington have always been good ticket sellers but never do good TV numbers.

    Hearn has Warren sussed at every turn. From the minute the clash was announced he's acted like the BT card doesn't even exist (not a threat to his show) yet every interview i've seen with Frank/Frampton/Warrington, they've not stopped crying and moaning and slagging off Whyte and Chisora and Eddie. Which has achieved what? They made a rival show look bigger through whinging about it.

    Greedy cunts chanced their arm with a tough PPV sell then act like victims because they won't make what they hoped.
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    Default Re: Whyte v Del Boy or Frampton v Warrington - what will you be watching?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenster View Post
    I've seen the BT promotion all over social media it's just drowned out by the other card. It's just a fact the smaller guys like Frampton and Warrington have always been good ticket sellers but never do good TV numbers.

    Hearn has Warren sussed at every turn. From the minute the clash was announced he's acted like the BT card doesn't even exist (not a threat to his show) yet every interview i've seen with Frank/Frampton/Warrington, they've not stopped crying and moaning and slagging off Whyte and Chisora and Eddie. Which has achieved what? They made a rival show look bigger through whinging about it.

    Greedy cunts chanced their arm with a tough PPV sell then act like victims because they won't make what they hoped.
    All the above is fair enough , and I'm not feeling sorry for anyone. But it was still a Cunt's trick to put a PPV on the same night as one already arranged.
    He can try to justify it by saying "it's not the first time it's happened" and "He had no choice because of TV dates, Venues, yadda, yadda. But it's still a Cunt's trick.
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    Default Re: Whyte v Del Boy or Frampton v Warrington - what will you be watching?

    CARDS COMPARED
    Warrington v Frampton

    Josh Warrington v Carl Frampton

    Mark Heffron v Liam Williams

    Nathan Gorman v Razvan Cojanu

    Lyndon Arthur v Emmanuel Feuzeu

    Jack Massey v Jiri Svacina

    Tommy Fury v Jevgenijs Andrejevs

    Martin Murray v Hassan N’Dam N’Jikam

    Michael Conlan v Jason Cunningham

    Billy Joe Saunders v Zoltan Sera

    Paddy Barnes v TBA

    Danny Wright v TBA

    Sam Maxwell v TBA

    Whyte v Chisora 2

    Dillian Whyte v Dereck Chisora

    Ryan Walsh v Reece Bellotti

    Cristofer Rosales v Charlie Edwards

    Joshua Buatsi v Renold Quinlan

    David Price v Tom Little

    Linus Udofia v Pavol Garaj

    Fabio Wardley v Phil Williams

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    Default Re: Whyte v Del Boy or Frampton v Warrington - what will you be watching?

    Definitely Whyte v Chisora now that Showtime picked it up. Whyte v Ortiz would be a good scrap.

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    Default Re: Whyte v Del Boy or Frampton v Warrington - what will you be watching?

    Speaking of shitty PPV, ITV/Eubank's headlined one with Renold Quinlan last year, now he slips in with barely a mention for prospect Buatsi (100/1 on).
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    Default Re: Whyte v Del Boy or Frampton v Warrington - what will you be watching?

    Quote Originally Posted by Spicoli View Post
    Definitely Whyte v Chisora now that Showtime picked it up. Whyte v Ortiz would be a good scrap.
    It would but Whyte won’t fight him.

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