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16 Oct 2021 06:53:21
What a clown.

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1.) 18 Oct 2021 17:47:17
They removed the video lol. Basically it was a video of what Wilder said to Fury in the corner after the fight.

"I don't like you man"
"no no, I don't respect you"

The rest was muffled and difficult to hear, but those two phrases were as clear as day.


2.) 19 Oct 2021 09:34:20
Wilder missed a trick doing that. He had a chance to rebuild his reputation after that performance by just shaking Furys hand. At least he made a statement after congratulating Fury.
I don't mind Wilder, he talks a lot of rubbish and his excuses were annoying but he showed a lot of heart last week and watching him knock over 40 tomato cans was fairly entertaining. How he started his boxing career to provide for his disabled daughter was good.
Couple of things that really did annoy me about Wilder was he tried to make the Fury fight about race which is wrong and all that talk of wanting a body on his record was disgusting.


3.) 20 Oct 2021 16:29:29
This is why I'm always so miffed when you have a dig at Whyte mate.

- Wilder has held the WBC belt hostage even when he was beaten clinically he still forced through a rematch.
- He's scuppered undisputed 4 times.
- Used other peoples names to build his own profile.
- He's fought absolutely no one of note except Fury and you could argue Ortiz who is older than the pyramids but still beat Wilder up over 2 fights before being KO'd.
- Ducked anyone with a pulse.
- Bring up race for no apparent reason.
- Punches a mascot on live TV with full power and proceeded to pose like a movie martial artist even though the guys jaw fell off and his eyes were still rolling.

Best of all, he has surgery after every single fight which means he gets a medical exemption for rehabilition steroids, then happily calls out other people for PEDs.

Wilder is just a flat out dick head and there is no other way to put it.


 

 

10 Oct 2021 06:41:56
That was a brutal finish. Got what you wanted Deontay, what excuses you have for us now? Did Malik Scott spike your water, or maybe Fury slept with your wife?

Idiot.

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1.) 10 Oct 2021 13:29:06
Hats off to both men was an excellent fight. Fury was brilliant on the inside but it was his left jab that won that for him and his guts. a lot of men wouldn't have got through that 4th round, Fury's fittness and recovery powers are outstanding. Hope he fights Whyte next.

Think Wilder will retire now. I hope not as I still want to see him fight Aj and Whyte but think his ego won't let him stick around.

The heavyweight division is back.


2.) 10 Oct 2021 16:25:08
Fury seems to defy logic, he looks out of shape and overweight, and his legs are skinny for a man his size.
But his fitness is good, his size seems to help him soak up the punishment, and he is a very good boxer.
He’s got to be the most unathletic looking world champion outside of darts lol.


 

 

19 Sep 2021 15:31:06
I have completely lost interest in Boxing and haven't watched, or kept up with any news it since the fraudulent disgrace that was Joshua vs Fury, which of course didn't happen.

However I have seen that Manny Pacquiao is going to run for President of the Philippines.

I hope he wins, as the current president Rodrigo Duterte is a disgusting individual.

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1.) 21 Sep 2021 11:17:23
Tbh I don't blame u mate. The sport is getting ridiculous now from seeing a 58 year old Holyfield getting in the ring to boxers still be allowed to fight 4 days later after failing a drugs test.

Yes, seems Pacquiao is finally walking away now I'm glad because in his last fight against Ugas he looked a shadow of his former self. His legs have gone and like all the greats before him he got old. Fair play Pacquiao get career and class fighter.

I tell u what's wrong with boxing atm. No1 out there (minus Canelo) is any good and 100% confident about there abilities so they r happy to hide behind their promoters and TV networks. Actually reading a book atm about boxing during the 50s era and fans back then were having the same thoughts on the sport when TV was introduced and stared to kill off the small hall shows.


 

 

19 Jul 2021 15:46:38
I see there are reports of yet another robbery in Boxing. Jermell Charlo was gifted a draw after being beaten up for 12 rounds by Brian Castano.

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1.) 22 Jul 2021 11:49:40
Was great fight mate. a lot of close rounds but I had it 7 rounds to 3 with 2 even in favour of Castano.


 

 

16 May 2021 20:48:56
Finally confirmed then.
August 14th, Saudi Arabia.
Anthony Joshua vs Tyson Fury.

I can't wait!

hsf

1.) 17 May 2021 10:37:24
Looks like it's nearly there mate although I'll wait for both fighters to sign before I'm 100% confident.
If there was ever a fight made for Wembley this is it, hope they get the 2nd one there.
Also, hope the chasing pack don't hang around and wait for Fury or Joshua. Afew good match ups could be made between Wilder, Whyte, Usyk, Joyce, Ruiz Jr etc.


2.) 17 May 2021 22:48:13
Oh never mind, Wilder is STILL getting in the way. I really wish he'd just f. off already!


3.) 18 May 2021 08:34:39
Why do Hearn and now Fury keep jumping the gun? Maybe Bob Arum knew something we didn't all along. They r going to have to give Wilder bucket loads to step aside and that's even if he wants to step aside. Personally I don't think he will step aside, think he will take the Fury fight now. That's his chance for a return to the limelight, he not pass that to Aj and Fury.


4.) 18 May 2021 17:49:27
From what Arum said today it seems its going to be Fury v Wilder III July 24th.


5.) 19 May 2021 01:06:07
If that's the case then I'm done with Boxing and will not watch until it's been cleaned up.

I'm sick of these slimey rats constantly getting in the way of big fights.
Broadcasters, Promoters, Managers, Judges, Referee's the entire lot needs gutting.

I'm out.


6.) 19 May 2021 13:42:10
It really is crazy that this has been allowed to happen. Hearn must be raging, he's been flying round the world trying to get this deal done and the only thing that Arum was involved in wrecked the whole thing.

I say they forget about all the belts and just fight. We will all know who the number 1 is after that anyway. Seen afew lines saying it was a move by Arum to disrupt AJ's contract with Matchroom although I can't see any issue there. I do see this accelerating Fury's departure from Top Rank and Arum.

Boxing will never clean up its act mate if anything it will get worse. People have complained and articles written as long back as the 1920s about the state of the sanctioning bodies in boxing.


7.) 20 May 2021 16:27:58
How can we take anything Arum says seriously now? They say boxing is a young man's game, maybe that applies to promoters aswel.


 

 

 

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20 Oct 2021 16:45:53
No Joshua isn't finished if he loses to Usyk. Wlad had 5 losses on his record and is still considered the best of his era.
He's always in the gym and genuinely lives the life. He's got a lot ahead of him yet if he wants it.

Usyk vs Fury will be a horrible fight to watch for the casuals, but it will be special as it will be the two best heavyweight boxers of the era facing off. A lot of people are discounting Usyk already which given the way he man-handled Joshua, surprises me.

Wilder needs to retire, he's a joke. Moving on.

Joyce needs his shot within the next 2 years or it will be too late. His main assets are his chin and stamina, both are the first things to go (along with speed) when you start to regress.

Unfortunately for us Brits I think the next heavyweight era will belong to America. Our prospects don't seem to really have much behind them at the minute.

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20 Oct 2021 16:29:29
This is why I'm always so miffed when you have a dig at Whyte mate.

- Wilder has held the WBC belt hostage even when he was beaten clinically he still forced through a rematch.
- He's scuppered undisputed 4 times.
- Used other peoples names to build his own profile.
- He's fought absolutely no one of note except Fury and you could argue Ortiz who is older than the pyramids but still beat Wilder up over 2 fights before being KO'd.
- Ducked anyone with a pulse.
- Bring up race for no apparent reason.
- Punches a mascot on live TV with full power and proceeded to pose like a movie martial artist even though the guys jaw fell off and his eyes were still rolling.

Best of all, he has surgery after every single fight which means he gets a medical exemption for rehabilition steroids, then happily calls out other people for PEDs.

Wilder is just a flat out dick head and there is no other way to put it.

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18 Oct 2021 17:47:17
They removed the video lol. Basically it was a video of what Wilder said to Fury in the corner after the fight.

"I don't like you man"
"no no, I don't respect you"

The rest was muffled and difficult to hear, but those two phrases were as clear as day.

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11 Oct 2021 19:05:41
The WBC have been talking about Dillian Whyte fighting Fury, so I think providing he beats Wallin he'll get his shot finally.

Going on what I last saw from both Whyte and Wallin, Whyte should win with a stoppage in the later rounds. Wallin has a very limited gas tank but reasonable boxing skills, so if Wallin is to win it will likely be early on.

Andy Ruiz won't be fighting Fury any time soon, Not after the way Arreloa beat him up early on. He's with the right camp though and should improve a lot, so I'm sure we will see Ruiz fighting for a title again in the next few years but not just yet.

I think you are right about America though. The WBC are very keen to keep the belt on American soil, seldom do you see the WBC heavyweight world title leave American soil.

boxrec.com/en/title/6/Heavyweight

You can see that aside from the Vitali Klitschko reign, it's always been based in America, with the odd fight being sanctioned for abroad.

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11 Oct 2021 00:00:55
Hopefully he retires.

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