You seem to be absolutely wrong about everything (LOL). The year Wilder signed to fight Fury in 2018, Fury began the year as the undefeated RING LINEAL HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMP. This content is protected In fact, in a colossal bonehead move by the Ring staff - one of their dumbest moves in the magazine's long history -- they decided to remove Fury as the Ring champ due to inactivity a few months before FURY RETURNED and fought three times that year. (LOL) They stripped Fury for inactivity the SAME year he was the MOST ACTIVE heavyweight in the top 10. (LOL) So, even they get it wrong sometimes. They certainly did that year. The Ring staff at that time will forever have to explain how Fury began 2018 as Ring champ, fought three times in 2018 (more than any other top heavyweight at that time), never lost a fight that year, and began the following year rated #2. (LOL) It's among the dumbest things that magazine has ever done in its history. With that, I think I'm done talking to you. You seem to be trolling. The Fury punch to his own face was like 2010. It's 2021. You guys need to CATCH UP. All your arguments center on five years to more than a decade ago. It's about where they should be rated RIGHT NOW. Nothing that happened a decade ago matters in the least to someone's current rating. Fact is, in the current ratings, nobody who got dropped four times and quit against the current sixth-rated heavyweight Ruiz deserves to be the #1 contender right now. Joshua hasn't done anything to dig out of that hole and move ahead of everyone else in the current standings. It's the worst loss of anyone in the current top 10. Even Parker didn't lose to Ruiz, let alone get dropped four times and quit against him.