AJ will will be the only one to fight Usyk. Wilder ,Fury would not fight Usyk

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  1. johny

    johny New Member Full Member

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    I believe joshua is the only one who would fight usyk seeing his resume as he takes on all comers and was the only one out of wilder or fury to unify with another champion.

    Let's say usyk were to fight parker for wbo vacated belt and usyk defeats parker

    I think wilders should he beat fury or not in trilogy . wilders handlers would in no way risks wilder to getting another loss .and will try to rather build him up slowly and wait for another big fight to come along.


    Fury has already gone on record and said that he would not face usyk even if usyk had picked up a belt . that he is not interesting at all and usyk brings no money and is a nobody.

    The sad thought usyk is 33 years old time is running out. The division is all busy right now .
    The fact is usyk does not speak English , hes not a draw . does not sell out and his fighting style could be labelled boring despite how good he is. Also he presents too much risks no reward .

    Usyk vs Parker might be the biggest tests usyk will face at heavyweight possibly.
     
  2. catchwtboxing

    catchwtboxing Boxing Addict Full Member

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    We all want to see the best fight the best, but the more I think about it, the more I don't think it matters if Fury fights him or not.

    Usyk, as good as he is, is just too small for Fury, and it makes a bad fight aesthetically. He has already beaten five cruiser weight titlists and a couple of guys who are good enough to win belts in the future, so if he beats Parker and digs up another lesser heavyweight titlist or two, that is a great career anyway. Maybe even the better path for Olexander.

    Then again, I could be wrong, and maybe with Usyk's iron will, he is the guy to figure Fury out. I am just saying that I am not going to cry about it either way.
     
  3. DynamicMoves

    DynamicMoves Active Member Full Member

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    Fury says a lot of things. I wouldn't take any of it seriously.
     
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  4. Wizbit1013

    Wizbit1013 The Original 101.3 Full Member

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    AJ is also the only one that "has"to fight him
    Might be a different story without his mando,who knows
     
  5. MorvidusStyle

    MorvidusStyle Active Member Full Member

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    Fury's reason for not fighting Usyk is simply that Wilder and Joshua fights are ''superfights'' and Fury-Usyk isn't. If Usyk beat Joshua or had a belt, some hype at HW etc., and Fury did not have Wilder/Joshua fights on the table, he'd fight Usyk. He clearly respects Usyk by some of the comments he's made but also likes to taunt other fighters.

    Nevertheless, Fury would likely consider Usyk is an easier fight than Joshua and Wilder, not because Joshua and Wilder are better boxers, but because they're much bigger and much bigger punchers. Fury can afford to make plenty of mistakes against Usyk and not be KO'd, his brawl mode plan B is also more available if he gets behind. He only has a limited set of 'lives' against Joshua and Wilder. I like Usyk but Fury is most likely too big for him, and too fast for a big man to just box circles around. Usyk knows Fury is the ultimate challenge for him at HW.
     
  6. jm2729v

    jm2729v Active Member Full Member

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    Usyk if he performs well at HW is a danger the whole division but it's not a big fight in terms of PPV. So that's a big excuse there.
     
  7. _Scott_

    _Scott_ Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Chisora will be a bigger test for Usyk than the mediocre Parker
     
  8. Reinhardt

    Reinhardt Boxing Addict Full Member

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    The onus is on Usyk,, with one win over a mediocre heavyweight there's simply no clamoring at present to see him fight Joshua, Fury or Wilder. He has to beat someone of note convincingly to stir up interest in a big fight. But like too many fighters today, just sit around and sooner or later maybe a shot will come your way.
     
  9. miniq

    miniq Big Stiff Idiot Full Member

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    Chisora stops Usyk with a freak right hand

    Chisora stops AJ just walking through him

    Fury toys with Whyte

    Fury Vs Chisora III

    Excellent,
     
  10. catchwtboxing

    catchwtboxing Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Dear god man, NNNNOOOOOOOOOOOO!

    Chisora is a fine perennial win-some, lose-some contender, but even the second fight was waste of Fury's time.
     


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