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#1 Cshel86

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Posted 29 June 2018 - 11:37 AM

Doesn't all of this hogwash sound....ugh....familiar? Doesn't it feel....tiring? Yep.

 

At this point, the negotiations are off. Joshua is Pacquaio in this situation and Wilder is Maywilder. Now everybody's saying Wilder's priced himself out, he's afraid, blah blah blah. 

 

Heard it all before. 

 

Meanwhile...Joshua and Hearn seem to be playing "innocent" while more than likely, AJ's next 2-3 fights are already in the works. Hearn just mentioned that AJ will more than likely fight Whyte for a second time AFTER AJ fights Povetkin next. 

 

C'mon man....didn't Arum do this to us with Mayweather/Pacquiao? Weren't Manny's next 2-3 fights already in the works while Bob and Manny's team trolled us for years on out?

 

Eddie, the jig is up! We've read this story and watched the same movie repeatedly. Nobody's dumb here. 

 

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Posted 29 June 2018 - 05:14 PM

Joshua is a coward. He wants to ride his UK fame until the end of it. While Hearn is just cashing out. They know Wilder is going to beat his head in. Joshua got clipped and hurt by a washed up Klitschko, and people think Wilder is not going to stop him? Oh Eddie Hearn and Anthony Joshua know. They don't want none of Wilder, Wilder got too much youth in him right now, they'll fight Tyson Fury before they ever fight Wilder.


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Posted 29 June 2018 - 07:00 PM

he's too dangerous for them right now.  



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Posted 29 June 2018 - 09:07 PM

he's too dangerous for them right now.  

Well,

 

Until there is a signed contract and a date, don't believe the click-bait. There is more to lose in Joshua losing than in Wilder losing because it is Joshua that is the UK star and a huge star.  Wilder really only shines brightly in Alabama.  The WBA has a mandatory for Joshua in Povetkin.  They gave a month grace period to allow the Wilder-Joshua fight to come to a signed contract, but it has not happened.  Joshua will be fight Povetkin next, and it looks like Wilder, whom the WBC granted a similar situation will fight Whyte or Breazele (sp?)

 

The fight will happen, but I don't think until the Fall of 2019.

 

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Posted 29 June 2018 - 09:10 PM

Joshua is a coward. He wants to ride his UK fame until the end of it. While Hearn is just cashing out. They know Wilder is going to beat his head in. Joshua got clipped and hurt by a washed up Klitschko, and people think Wilder is not going to stop him? Oh Eddie Hearn and Anthony Joshua know. They don't want none of Wilder, Wilder got too much youth in him right now, they'll fight Tyson Fury before they ever fight Wilder.

 

Wilder got hurt by a washed up Luis Ortiz,

 

This fight if it happens may all depend on the recoverablity of either guy from the first vicious punch thrown.  Both have the power to put the other to sleep.  But how fearful are each of getting hurt by the other?  And how does that play in their promoter's minds?

 

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Posted 29 June 2018 - 11:02 PM

 

Wilder got hurt by a washed up Luis Ortiz,

 

This fight if it happens may all depend on the recoverablity of either guy from the first vicious punch thrown.  Both have the power to put the other to sleep.  But how fearful are each of getting hurt by the other?  And how does that play in their promoter's minds?

 

Satch

Why do you feel Ortiz is washed up? He looked like a pretty live and more than capable opponent to me. Looked better than Parker and Takam if you ask me


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Posted 29 June 2018 - 11:16 PM

Your crazy cshel, Wilder is not Floyd in this situation because he's not the A side. Joshua got 4 belts, a solid fan base and can actually sell.
Wilder got one belt and can't sell out half a stadium. But your right this is may-pac all over again so it's all a show to me right now and honestly Wilder ain't guaranteed to knock him out. We've expected this so many times from so many boogie men and the other guy pulled it out. Yeah Josh went down but he got back up and did his thing!

Let that Young Man cook

Wilder ain't had to get up as a pro and if I remember right he struggled with an old man too.....(sips long island)


At the end of the day they gonna show us who can handle the pressure under the bright lights

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Posted 30 June 2018 - 10:19 AM

And he'd never get the fight from me demanding 50/50

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Posted 30 June 2018 - 03:47 PM

Team AJ knows that Wilder needs them more than AJ needs Wilder. I mean who can Wilder fight other than AJ that will put ass in seats? Chris Arreola? Yeah right. Tyson Fury, no. AJ holds all the cards and it sucks, but that's boxing right? Wilder doesn't deserve 50-50, let's be real. If there is a rematch, cool, but not for the first one.
Hearn is a dick and AJ is being a diva.

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Posted 01 July 2018 - 11:17 AM

everyones taking the piss, and its just what they do. Wilder probably wants more than hes being offered and AJs team feel like they've offered enough. Thats it really. A side is A side but lets not lie, Mayweather was never going to do 2.4 million PPVs without Pac. Same thing with Josha and Wilder. Canelo and GGG. You need a dance partner and a strong dance partner is worth 30-40%


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