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Old 07-15-2014, 01:58 AM   #1
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Default Will British Fighters Dominate the Heavies Post Klit?

Lot of good prospects and contenders. It has been on my mind for awhile but I saw the Dellion Whyte thread...did not even know about the man.

Tyson Fury
David Haye
Derrick Chisora
Anthony Joshua
Hugh Fury
Ian Lewison
Dellion Whyte
Gary Cornish
David Price
Young Fury (throwing him on as a courtesy at this point)

I understand some are better than others, but all have their backers. The US probably has more contenders/prospects, but hey aren't as good as this list.

Future looks bright for the UK.
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Old 07-15-2014, 03:13 AM   #2
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Anyone know when Dellion Whyte's ban is up?
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Old 07-15-2014, 04:09 AM   #3
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Lot of good prospects and contenders. It has been on my mind for awhile but I saw the Dellion Whyte thread...did not even know about the man.

Tyson Fury
David Haye
Derrick Chisora
Anthony Joshua
Hugh Fury
Ian Lewison
Dellion Whyte
Gary Cornish
David Price
Young Fury (throwing him on as a courtesy at this point)

I understand some are better than others, but all have their backers. The US probably has more contenders/prospects, but hey aren't as good as this list.

Future looks bright for the UK.
YDKSAB if you did, you would know James 'The Devil' Stabler is taking over the sport.
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Old 07-15-2014, 08:16 AM   #4
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Lot of good prospects and contenders. It has been on my mind for awhile but I saw the Dellion Whyte thread...did not even know about the man.

Tyson Fury
David Haye
Derrick Chisora
Anthony Joshua
Hugh Fury
Ian Lewison
Dellion Whyte
Gary Cornish
David Price
Young Fury (throwing him on as a courtesy at this point)

I understand some are better than others, but all have their backers. The US probably has more contenders/prospects, but hey aren't as good as this list.

Future looks bright for the UK.
They will be a major player but there not goijg to dominate Eastern Europe probebly will

Eg usyk, glaskov, pulev, povetkin and the many top amauters still to turn pro medzhidov ,dychko, omarov, tervel pulev

The you have Parker from New Zealand , Ruiz jr, takam

Cuba would also be big players if more turned over eg savon ,toiric, larduet
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They will be a major player but there not goijg to dominate Eastern Europe probebly will

Eg usyk, glaskov, pulev, povetkin and the many top amauters still to turn pro medzhidov ,dychko, omarov, tervel pulev

The you have Parker from New Zealand , Ruiz jr, takam

Cuba would also be big players if more turned over eg savon ,toiric, larduet
No Irish Heavys??
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No Irish Heavys??
Sean turner,Thomas McCarthy, and con Sheehan if he turns over
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Old 07-15-2014, 10:43 AM   #7
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YDKSAB if you did, you would know James 'The Devil' Stabler is taking over the sport.
Yes when?!?!When is he going to make a move? Where is he?
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haye is a fruad

the rest aint got a chance
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YDKSAB if you did, you would know James 'The Devil' Stabler is taking over the sport.


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Old 07-15-2014, 02:00 PM   #10
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They will be a major player but there not goijg to dominate Eastern Europe probebly will

Eg usyk, glaskov, pulev, povetkin and the many top amauters still to turn pro medzhidov ,dychko, omarov, tervel pulev

The you have Parker from New Zealand , Ruiz jr, takam

Cuba would also be big players if more turned over eg savon ,toiric, larduet

I see no indications that the guys you mentioned are going to turn pro. They have that ABA Amateur-pro league they like now. Povetkin and Pulev are money, and have some good years ahead but they are already on the wrong side of thirty. I am a Glazkov fan, but he really still has a lot to prove after the Scott debacle.
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YDKSAB if you did, you would know James 'The Devil' Stabler is taking over the sport.
Good to meet you Mr. Stabler. I will follow your career from here on.
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I see no indications that the guys you mentioned are going to turn pro. They have that ABA Amateur-pro league they like now. Povetkin and Pulev are money, and have some good years ahead but they are already on the wrong side of thirty. I am a Glazkov fan, but he really still has a lot to prove after the Scott debacle.
dychko and omarov are still very young and its not about if they will, im saying if they did they would be there or there about at the top of the pro game
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