AJ Fury

Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by Double J, Dec 13, 2020.

  1. Double J

    Double J Member Full Member

    Jul 31, 2017
    Answers on a stamp, will they fight next, yes or no?

    I’m going no.

    The WBO president has reinstated the mando will be called next, no exceptions, as they’ve made 2 already in the Ruiz rematch, and then Pulev
  2. mark ant

    mark ant Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    May 4, 2017
    If AJ pull counters the way he did v Pulev`s jab and counters with the right hand he could drop Fury the same way he dropped Pulev in the third because Fury over extends when he throws the jab, I feel it will be a tight cagey fight.
    AJ will have to contantly slip to the outside of Fury`s jab:
  3. Scissors

    Scissors Posts are sponsored by Matchroom Full Member

    Feb 11, 2018
    I think the key is fans. Joshua vs Fury doesn’t happen without a full capacity stadium. Whether that means it’s in the Middle East or something...

    If not then Joshua Usyk is a top quality and intriguing fight and would assume we get Fury Wilder 3 although I’d prefer Fury against someone else seen as though it was so convincing last time.

    TBC-ASAP Boxing Addict Full Member

    Sep 7, 2017
    I do like the Usyk vs Joshua fight a lot tbf
  5. wreckthehouse

    wreckthehouse New Member banned Full Member

    Jul 25, 2019
    Joshua is 198cm 82 reach. Fury is 206 with 85.
  6. nurological

    nurological Boxing Addict Full Member

    May 25, 2012
    The WBO mando was called before the IBF so they can't back down now. I called it at the time they would wait Usyk out and in serious decline, now I think they might fancy it.
  7. Oreet Cha!

    Oreet Cha! Always poor, never bored (IDLES) Full Member

    Jul 18, 2018
    There are only 2 options available for the next AJ fight.

    Fury for the Undisputed is the obvious fight.

    However, the WBO are quite rightfully now demanding that Usyk is the next fight for Joshua as he is Mando.

    I think Fury, despite his little video outburst in the early hours claiming he is ready now, will either be tied up with the Wilder confusion / contract situation or will take a warm up fight paving the way for AJ v Usyk mando in April / May followed by the 1st of the 2 Fury fights around November with the return in the Spring of 2022.
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  8. Safin

    Safin Boxing Addict Full Member

    Aug 3, 2019
    Fury is not taller than 201cm. and Joshua is likely 197cm. Listings mean nothing. Pulev is listed at 194cm when he is not over 191cm.
  9. Terminator

    Terminator Member Full Member

    Dec 9, 2020
    Joshua will lose and then win the rematch vs usyk next year. Fury-joshua in 2022 at the earliest
  10. wreckthehouse

    wreckthehouse New Member banned Full Member

    Jul 25, 2019
    Point is, slipping and countering Pulevs jab is not comparable to doing the same thing to Fury.
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  11. Fhaggis

    Fhaggis Active Member Full Member

    Oct 12, 2016
    No, AJ refused to call him out and kept going on about always fighting his mandatories, WBO already came out today and said they wont give him an exemption for the fury fight. all in place to use his mandatory (Usyk) to get out of it.

    Ruiz took AJ's soul, they know Fury will end him so delaying it as long as possible
  12. Potwash

    Potwash The Real Untouchables Full Member

    Dec 13, 2017
    Won't happen next. Joshua's arsehole was flapping when he spoke on Fury.
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  13. Jurgen

    Jurgen Pay Per Pudding Advisor Full Member

    Sep 30, 2016
    Joshua v A. Pudding more likely than fighting Fury, Usyk or Wilder
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  14. Furious

    Furious Well-Known Member Full Member

    Nov 2, 2017
    Read the question in the opening post properly Mark you donut
  15. Double J

    Double J Member Full Member

    Jul 31, 2017
    Wouldn’t be suprised to see AJ vs Whyte
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