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    Default I don't want to see Joshua v Wilder anymore!

    I can live without it quite frankly. lol.... But Wilder v Fury 2 is a must. Would like to see Wilder in with other competition however. Just to see the resume pile up.

    Wilder vs Pulev, Povetkin, Ruiz, Whyte, Miller or Mr "I am Very Feel"/Usyk would be ok for me.
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    Default Re: I don't want to see Joshua v Wilder anymore!

    I can’t decide which heavyweight I like the best..

    1. AJ can be very cringeworthy but is now a 2 time world champ with a better resume than wilder and fury.

    2. Wilder has the punch but has not fought the toughest opposition and ducked the AJ fight.

    3. Fury is the best boxer, best entertainer and will fight anyone..but he never gave Wlad his rematch and was banned for a failed drug test.

    Wilder and AJ will happen next year if Whyte doesn’t reach him first.

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    Default Re: I don't want to see Joshua v Wilder anymore!

    I still want to see it, anytime 2 top rated guys fight is a good thing.
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    Default Re: I don't want to see Joshua v Wilder anymore!

    Why wouldn’t you want to see it? How many HWs are better than AJ at this point? Even if he didn’t look like a world beater today, he is still a top HW for sure.

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    Default Re: I don't want to see Joshua v Wilder anymore!

    Quote Originally Posted by powerpuncher View Post
    Why wouldn’t you want to see it? How many HWs are better than AJ at this point? Even if he didn’t look like a world beater today, he is still a top HW for sure.
    I’m with you, the only reason I want Wilder to beat Fury is I want to see AJ vs Wilder. If I had any confidence in Fury not disappearing for 2 years fighting nobodies I would have nothing to worry about

    Wilder/Fury
    Winner vs AJ
    Winner vs Usyk(hopefully he’s fought a decent heavyweight by then)
    I know it won’t happen like that but it so easily could. And they could all run it back again and all retire very very wealthy. But it’s boxing so I don’t even expect Fury to make it to the Wilder fight. We’ll see
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    Default Re: I don't want to see Joshua v Wilder anymore!

    Any word on testing for Wilder/ Fury 2 yet?
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    Default Re: I don't want to see Joshua v Wilder anymore!

    The winner of Wilder/Fury v AJ is the fight that has to be made next year. Too many years have been wasted on these fighters saying they will fight against one another and they don't. Making excuse after excuse.

    You watch it will carry on now that AJ has got the titles back.
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    Default Re: I don't want to see Joshua v Wilder anymore!

    Time for them all to face off.

    Don’t mind Usyk being thrown into the mix mind.
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    Default Re: I don't want to see Joshua v Wilder anymore!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mark TKO View Post
    Time for them all to face off.

    Don’t mind Usyk being thrown into the mix mind.
    The division needs a bit of a clean out. All these guys with belts of some sort and rated in the top 10 need to start fighting each other.
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    Default Re: I don't want to see Joshua v Wilder anymore!

    For the OP, don’t worry, AJ has no plans of fighting either Wilder or Fury any time soon

    He’s “going to take care of his mandatories starting in March”

    He”isn’t thinking a to g” with Wilder/Fury being G, G being the 7th letter for anyone that can’t be bothered to count

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0KNEF-TAUME

    And in his post fight press conference he said “I’m not looking at them”

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    Default Re: I don't want to see Joshua v Wilder anymore!

    Fury out boxes Wilder in the rematch and then also out points Joshua by September 2020 then retires from boxing undefeated with a single draw on his record

    the cringe-worthy Joshua will try to wait a few more years until wildere is in his late 30s and probably will knock him out in a slugfest sometime in the year 2022

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    Default Re: I don't want to see Joshua v Wilder anymore!

    Quote Originally Posted by Fatboxingfan View Post
    Fury out boxes Wilder in the rematch and then also out points Joshua by September 2020 then retires from boxing undefeated with a single draw on his record

    the cringe-worthy Joshua will try to wait a few more years until wildere is in his late 30s and probably will knock him out in a slugfest sometime in the year 2022
    Cringe worthy? Someone who didn't start boxing until 18 has a pro record of 21 KOs and 23 wins in 24 fights, was an Olympic silver medalist and conducts himself impeccably and with humility and class at all times?

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    Default Re: I don't want to see Joshua v Wilder anymore!

    It was common knowledge from when the fight was made the winner was obligated for two mandatories. It's impossible to accommodate both. The Uysk team and Eddie explained the plan at the Chazz Witherspoon fight.

    1. Uysk fights Parker-Chisora for the vacant WBO.

    2. AJ defends the IBF against Pulev.

    3. AJ-Uysk is a SUPER three belt unification fight.

    And even if that doesn't play out Eddie/DAZN keep three belts regardless.

    Wilder-Fury have a 3rd fight rematch clause, so neither had any intention of facing Joshua anytime soon regardless.
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    Default Re: I don't want to see Joshua v Wilder anymore!

    Quote Originally Posted by Fenster View Post
    It was common knowledge from when the fight was made the winner was obligated for two mandatories. It's impossible to accommodate both. The Uysk team and Eddie explained the plan at the Chazz Witherspoon fight.

    1. Uysk fights Parker-Chisora for the vacant WBO.

    2. AJ defends the IBF against Pulev.

    3. AJ-Uysk is a SUPER three belt unification fight.

    And even if that doesn't play out Eddie/DAZN keep three belts regardless.

    Wilder-Fury have a 3rd fight rematch clause, so neither had any intention of facing Joshua anytime soon regardless.
    It’s passing belts around avoiding the real fight. It’s in the IBFs rules that unification can delay their mandatory position. Not even looking at that just straight to excuses. But your backing whatever Joshua/Eddie choose to do is just a coincidence right? So many coincidences

    If Ruiz won and Wilder won everyone knows that a unification would have happened but Joshua wins and it can’t happen. Because Eddie said after the Chazz Witherspoon fight,,,, hahaha think about those worlds, mentioning Chazz f’n Witherspoon when talking about unification of the heavyweight division
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    Default Re: I don't want to see Joshua v Wilder anymore!

    Greatest points in this thread are by Fenster, who does said it "Wilder/Fury have a 3rd fight Claus", is is the reason WHY AJ will be shuth out of the competition for longer and long time until he again get sparked and that's cat is really out of those bag. Fury of the 3 fighter will be FIRST to resigne, and Wilder will to be too old after 2020. So, that's!

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