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    Default Anthony Joshuas career is over

    It's all over for him, no way he beats Usyk in a rematch, he's simply not good enough.
    Fury will destroy Wilder again then hunt down the remaining belts.
    AJ has two choices....
    Lose again to Usyk or get back in line and fight at Whyte/Chisora level.
    Meanwhile Joe Joyce will slip in and leapfrog him.

    AJ is done it's over.

    Ironic that both his loses were equally embarrassing and both to the white man

    For me and many of my friends AJ lost all respect after his racist comments.

    And let's have it right... All AJs done since losing to Ruiz is run away from Ruiz in the rematch, beat an old man in Pulev and get totally schooled by a Cruiserweight.

    This quote below is exactly why our resident racist Master had AJ winning 7 rounds against Usyk
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    Joshua attended a Black Lives Matter protest in Watford on Saturday 6 June, in which he read a letter from a "friend" that called for black people to avoid using white-owned businesses.

    “Show them (white people) where it hurts. Abstain from spending your money in their shops and economies, and invest in black-owned businesses.”

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    Default Re: Anthony Joshuas career is over

    Quote Originally Posted by smashup View Post
    It's all over for him, no way he beats Usyk in a rematch, he's simply not good enough.
    Fury will destroy Wilder again then hunt down the remaining belts.
    AJ has two choices....
    Lose again to Usyk or get back in line and fight at Whyte/Chisora level.
    Meanwhile Joe Joyce will slip in and leapfrog him.

    AJ is done it's over.

    Ironic that both his loses were equally embarrassing and both to the white man

    For me and many of my friends AJ lost all respect after his racist comments.

    And let's have it right... All AJs done since losing to Ruiz is run away from Ruiz in the rematch, beat an old man in Pulev and get totally schooled by a Cruiserweight.

    This quote below is exactly why our resident racist Master had AJ winning 7 rounds against Usyk
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    Joshua attended a Black Lives Matter protest in Watford on Saturday 6 June, in which he read a letter from a "friend" that called for black people to avoid using white-owned businesses.

    “Show them (white people) where it hurts. Abstain from spending your money in their shops and economies, and invest in black-owned businesses.”
    Uh Ruiz isn't white
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    Default Re: Anthony Joshuas career is over

    Joshua will still earn more money than most people can imagine. Olympic gold medal and heaps of cash.
    He can at least be proud of what he has achieved, he may not go down as one of the very greatest champions but he is far from a failure .
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    Default Re: Anthony Joshuas career is over

    I agree with DLord. AJ won more titles in his first few years than most HWs in a lifetime. Just as should be expected- a loss means AJ is done. I disgaree. Especially if Usyk goes on to do big(ger) things!!

    With his safety first style I can see him get a Blowout UD scorecard over Wilder. As I stated in another post- this will come down to how well Usyk career is-otherwise AJ would be discounted immediately regardless of how many stoppages and belts he got- defended:
    World Boxing Association Super World Heavy Title
    International Boxing Federation World Heavy Title
    World Boxing Organisation World Heavy Title
    International Boxing Organization World Heavy Title



    dating back to 2017 just 4 years a pro. 22 of his 24 are stoppages. Only 2 fights went the distance dating back to 2015.
    I prefer to give Usyk the glory. He didnt expose AJ. He beat AJ. A worthy fighter beat Joshua
    And AJ can whoop quite a few in the top 10. Majority IMO.
    All's lost! Everything's going to shit!

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    Default Re: Anthony Joshuas career is over

    The fact that you start this thread make this a race thing is embarrassing Tommy.

    Still bitter and twisted as ever.

    Get some help, you need to get back on your medication and stop playing the hard done wide boy.
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    Default Re: Anthony Joshuas career is over

    Quote Originally Posted by SlimTrae View Post
    I agree with DLord. AJ won more titles in his first few years than most HWs in a lifetime. Just as should be expected- a loss means AJ is done. I disgaree. Especially if Usyk goes on to do big(ger) things!!

    With his safety first style I can see him get a Blowout UD scorecard over Wilder. As I stated in another post- this will come down to how well Usyk career is-otherwise AJ would be discounted immediately regardless of how many stoppages and belts he got- defended:
    World Boxing Association Super World Heavy Title
    International Boxing Federation World Heavy Title
    World Boxing Organisation World Heavy Title
    International Boxing Organization World Heavy Title



    dating back to 2017 just 4 years a pro. 22 of his 24 are stoppages. Only 2 fights went the distance dating back to 2015.
    I prefer to give Usyk the glory. He didnt expose AJ. He beat AJ. A worthy fighter beat Joshua
    And AJ can whoop quite a few in the top 10. Majority IMO.




    Im not talking about or do I care about what AJs done before.
    The clues in the thread title
    This thread is about the fact that AJ is done.
    He's finished, its over.
    Please enlighten me as to where his career goes from here.
    And let's forget the Usyk rematch because it'll be his 3rd loss.

    I'm all ears....

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    Default Re: Anthony Joshuas career is over

    Quote Originally Posted by smashup View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by SlimTrae View Post
    I agree with DLord. AJ won more titles in his first few years than most HWs in a lifetime. Just as should be expected- a loss means AJ is done. I disgaree. Especially if Usyk goes on to do big(ger) things!!

    With his safety first style I can see him get a Blowout UD scorecard over Wilder. As I stated in another post- this will come down to how well Usyk career is-otherwise AJ would be discounted immediately regardless of how many stoppages and belts he got- defended:
    World Boxing Association Super World Heavy Title
    International Boxing Federation World Heavy Title
    World Boxing Organisation World Heavy Title
    International Boxing Organization World Heavy Title



    dating back to 2017 just 4 years a pro. 22 of his 24 are stoppages. Only 2 fights went the distance dating back to 2015.
    I prefer to give Usyk the glory. He didnt expose AJ. He beat AJ. A worthy fighter beat Joshua
    And AJ can whoop quite a few in the top 10. Majority IMO.




    Im not talking about or do I care about what AJs done before.
    The clues in the thread title
    This thread is about the fact that AJ is done.
    He's finished, its over.
    Please enlighten me as to where his career goes from here.
    And let's forget the Usyk rematch because it'll be his 3rd loss.

    I'm all ears....

    All ears can mean you are hearing but not listening. Each post before mines/after mines doesn't stray from what I've stated. In other words has any other post responded to this thread's topic?

    I am not talking about his career being over, because as of now- it isn't over. Now when he fights again and no one shows up? no tickets? He loses? then sure ok. it will THEN be over.

    You think his career is over. No problem. But thanks for singling me out!
    All's lost! Everything's going to shit!

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    Default Re: Anthony Joshuas career is over

    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Lord Al View Post
    Joshua will still earn more money than most people can imagine. Olympic gold medal and heaps of cash.
    He can at least be proud of what he has achieved, he may not go down as one of the very greatest champions but he is far from a failure .
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    Yep. No shame in what Joshua has accomplished. I don't view him through the lens that others do... maybe because I don't follow him on social media. To me, he's always seemed like a likable enough fella and a decent enough heavyweight.

    Like Al said... he may not go down in history as one of the greatest... but he's far from a failure, and... for my money... provided us with (BY FAR) the most exciting fight ever involving Wladimir Klitschko.

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    Default Re: Anthony Joshuas career is over

    Britain's top model. lol... Would Lennox have lost to Usyk like that?
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    Default Re: Anthony Joshuas career is over

    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Lord Al View Post
    Joshua will still earn more money than most people can imagine. Olympic gold medal and heaps of cash.
    He can at least be proud of what he has achieved, he may not go down as one of the very greatest champions but he is far from a failure .
    OP thread started of rubbish but the comment above saved it.

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    Default Re: Anthony Joshuas career is over

    Quote Originally Posted by imp View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Dark Lord Al View Post
    Joshua will still earn more money than most people can imagine. Olympic gold medal and heaps of cash.
    He can at least be proud of what he has achieved, he may not go down as one of the very greatest champions but he is far from a failure .
    OP thread started of rubbish but the comment above saved it.




    No rubbish I'm this thread just pure fact 😉

    So come on tell us where Joshua goes from here, bare in mind he won't win a rematch if he chooses that route.

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    Default Re: Anthony Joshuas career is over

    Like I said before the fight if you dismiss Joshua as a 'hype Job' after losing to someone as solid as Usyk, especially if you called this a 50/50 fight before hand. You are a bit of a clown.

    If you are going to then bring race or skin colour up as being even remotely relevant, or ' more embarrassing' for Joshua because of your own projected racism, then you are a Muppet.
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    Default Re: Anthony Joshuas career is over

    It doesn't have to be, but you suspect it might. Its not so much losing, it's the way he lost that's concerning. He basically watched his titles slip away and either couldn't, or wouldn't do anything about it. It looked a bit of both to me. He knows how to punch, he knows how to punch fucking hard, but didn't.

    What he did on Saturday gets him beaten again by Usyk, gets him beat against Fury. And probably gets him horribly knocked out against Wilder.

    He'll fight on. If he's going to have any success he needs to get his head on right and decide who he is and what he is. If his current team isn't on board with what he wants to be then he needs to make changes there.
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    Default Re: Anthony Joshuas career is over

    To my UK friends here. It looks like you got another Audley Harrison on your hands.

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    Default Re: Anthony Joshuas career is over

    Quote Originally Posted by mrbig1 View Post
    To my UK friends here. It looks like you got another Audley Harrison on your hands.
    That's a joke right?
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