AJ v Chisora who wins?

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AJ v Chisora who wins?

  1. AJ

    90.7%
  2. Chisora

    7.0%
  3. Draw

    2.3%
  1. MarkusFlorez99

    MarkusFlorez99 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    But Chisora would bring the heat to Joshua instead of staying on the outside doing nothing. Joshua doesn't like fighters who wont lay down. Watch the Ruiz fight. It's competitive, potentially a Chisora late stoppage. But i guess I'd make a focused Joshua a marginal favorite
     
  2. Reg

    Reg Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Aj has better feet and a better jab than any version of Pulev. Watch Pulev/Chisora 1.
     
  3. JunlongXiFan

    JunlongXiFan KC ATR: 45-6 SR: 45-6 Full Member

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    They're equal now but Pulev used to be far better. Evidenced by the fact that Pulev smashed him 10-2
     
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  4. JunlongXiFan

    JunlongXiFan KC ATR: 45-6 SR: 45-6 Full Member

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    AJ does not have a better jab than prime Pulev. He's way better overall but jabwise it isn't even close
     
  5. MarkusFlorez99

    MarkusFlorez99 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Nah a younger Pulev has a better jab he was just old against Joshua. Pulev was swapping jabs with Klitschko and Klitschko reverted to his power punching instesd of his usual stink fest jab grab tactics because he knew boxing with Pulev would be difficult. Joshua was getting outjabbed by Klitschko.

    Joshua isn't a smart boxer. Chisora would see right thru him and Joshua would have to bite down on that gumshield. I'd favor Joshua but Chisora is a live dog. Joshua even admitted Chisoras pressure troubled him in sparring
     
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  6. Thunderstorm

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    Neither did fat andy ruiz and we saw what happened there
     
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  7. TMLT87

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    Joshua pretty easily keeps him at bay with the jab and uppercuts his head off. Stoppage by the 8th imo. Del Boy would get dropped multiple times.
     
  8. MarkusFlorez99

    MarkusFlorez99 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    It was an embarrassing performance by Joshua. Getting washed by a twinkie on 2 weeks notice. The bodybuilder should be ashamed of himself. He's humiliated himself and historians will forever laugh at Juicua


    That wouldn't be Fury tho !!
     
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  9. Presenting-Fight-Film

    Presenting-Fight-Film Active Member Full Member

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    Joshua by out cold KO, inside 6
     
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  10. Jab in the Face

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  11. tee_birch

    tee_birch Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Behave
     
  12. Fogger

    Fogger Well-Known Member Full Member

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    True, but Chisora has had plenty of opportunities and fallen short. He is a proven commodity. At the time Ruiz had only had a majority decision loss to Joseph Parker.
     
  13. Jab in the Face

    Jab in the Face Member Full Member

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    AJs loss to Ruiz was unlucky, got caught in the side of the head going for the finish.
     
  14. On The Money

    On The Money Dangerous Journeyman Full Member

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    Glass ear I believe. Price like lugs.
     
  15. BubblesUK

    BubblesUK Doesn't buy hypejobs Full Member

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    Very clear and obvious win for AJ, bit of a ludicrous question really.

    It's fairly obvious why this won't happen.

    There's two main reasons to fight Chisora:
    1) He's a solid gatekeeper and looks good on the resume.
    2) He's actually a fairly decent draw - he's rarely in a stinker and he's got some cult following going (quite likely BECAUSE he's usually in a good scrap).

    Joshua doesn't really need either of those.

    This is why Chisora is calling out Wilder - he does need #1 (Delboy would go straight to the top as his best win, if he won) so he knows he's got a decent chance of getting that match.
     
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