Aj to fight Hughie Fury soon?

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  1. gmurphy

    gmurphy Land of the corrupt, home of the robbery! Full Member

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    savon beat joshua easily:lol:
     
  2. Mark McBurney

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    I tend to agree however he's also fought nobody of any higher a standard than Whyte yet.
     
  3. Twentyman

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    It's worth adding that Martin didn't have to beat anyone to win that title. Fury won it for him.
     
  4. gmurphy

    gmurphy Land of the corrupt, home of the robbery! Full Member

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    rudenko was a good opponent, he actually beat lucas browne and got a bad decision

    kassi is good too
     
  5. Mark McBurney

    Mark McBurney Member Full Member

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    Kassi will be a better win than anything on AJ's record, never mind Whyte!
     
  6. gmurphy

    gmurphy Land of the corrupt, home of the robbery! Full Member

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    i think rudenko would be in with a good shout for being better than anything on aj's record


    if you look at it critically tom dallas was the best win on martins resume
     
  7. Mark McBurney

    Mark McBurney Member Full Member

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    I agree with you
     
  8. Robney

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    I fear Huggy wouldn't have the power to keep AJ off him and that does him in.
     
  9. PaddyGarcia

    PaddyGarcia Trivial Annoyance Gold Medalist Full Member

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    As I say, i think Hughie is decent but I think he's being a little overestimated simply because he isn't AJ and he is a Fury
     
  10. The Devil

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    I've no interest in seeing Hughie Fury fight AJ yet. He's 21 years old, no need at all to rush him. Let AJ fight Tyson Fury as there's only a year between them. Hughie has got all the time in the world to be in these big fights, there shouldn't be a rush with him.
     
  11. Disaster

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    Get real Hughies not ready he would try his usual jab & hug routine but it won't work against pressure fighters like AJ & Whyte as they'd walk through his shots and stop him.
     
  12. Southpawology

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    I was shocked at his stiffness and slow movement when he was hurt

    ive not seen anything like it b4, he was in slow motion, open to anything that came back
     
  13. Unforgiven

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    I'm not sure many people rated Martin as a top 10 world heavyweight though.
    A few people ranked Glazkov just inside the top 10, and Martin's best win was when Glazkov twisted his ankle.
    A lot of people pointed out that Glazkov hadn't even done anything to be rated top 10, and whatever he had done was disputed decisions.

    Some alphabet organization could go ahead and sanction any fight as a "world title", doesn't mean much.
     
  14. Unforgiven

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    Anyway, sounds like mind games to me.
    Possibly originating from Hearn's mind.

    Trying to create a conflict of interests among the Furys, Peter-Tyson-Hughie.
     
  15. Jmac94

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    Exactly. I don't know if it was a mental thing in that he had never been hit like that before so it kind of made him freeze or if it was a physical thing in that it hit him so hard that his whole body slowed up. If it was a mental thing he should cope much better next time he is hit like that