Deontay Wilder Wins Arbitration—Tyson Fury Must Fight Him By 9/15!!!

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  1. Spongebob south paw pants

    Spongebob south paw pants Active Member Full Member

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    Yep anyone that can hit as hard as wilder is in with a chance. Would have to be stupid too not at least credit him with that. Still very disappointed was going to be legendary. Let's just hope it does come off one day while there both still prime
     
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  2. piprules

    piprules Active Member Full Member

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    Seems fair enough to me. Fury has to fulfill the contract he signed with Wilder before he moves on to Aj.
     
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  3. shavers

    shavers Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Both guys drop the belts and get on with it. We All knows these two are the Best. Nobody gives a f... About that weak, mentally broken, idiot, Wilder... He must be the most hated man in boxing these days.
     
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  4. destruction

    destruction Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Didn’t Eddie Hills tell us that the AJ- Fury fight was a 100% done deal.

    Expect a hurriedly put together IFL public relations video this morning with Eddie telling us it’s still happening...

    Let’s see about that.

    Will the accountant private school boy put his hand in his pockets to pay Deontay Step aside money? Naw, man...
     
  5. Surrix

    Surrix Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Most likely they will gave Wilder to Fury to fight with.

    Fury most likely will be more comfortable to have in the ring Wilder not A.J. At least already experience to fight with him.
    A.J handlers might think who fight next: WBO, IBF or WBA mandatory for A.J. WBO most likely will be Usyk, will see other candidates.

    After Fury vs Wilder III there will be also A.J after some fight, different situation.

    Why not, bob and Co most likely might be happy to deliver Wilder in the ring vs Fury ASAP.
     
  6. lordlosh

    lordlosh Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Some poster here are full of ***** for real. How the ***** is that a Hearn fault ? If he was to make the fight, he was 100% told that the fight could go through and Wilder can`t win the arbitration.
    Putting that aside, how the f***** team garbage Fury manage to lose that case? Explain it to me ? There was a set date for the rematch, that Wilder completely misses, while he was been into hiding, say nothing, and doesn`t want to have anything to do. He was in denial. He misses the rematch not once but TWICE, and there was a deadline for the rematch, that expired long before Fury decided to move on.
    Wilder pulled out twice.
    You are signing a contract for rematch. You are ready, but your opponent pulls out not once, but twice, and there is a deadline that he completely miss, while he is gone hiding and not saying a word in that time.
    How exactly Fury team manage to lose that case? Especially with all the b.c. Wilder have said against Fury. That fat idiot should have sue him, and get the last pocket out of this garbage.
    Anyway i don`t see how could anyone decide in Wilder favor.
    I mean at the end of the day Fury career is boxing. He is making money out of it. No one can make/tell Fury to stay inactive and, not been able to earn his rightful money by waiting that garbage Wilder.

    Still its all team Fury garbage fault. They should just ignore this and go to the court. And Fury should still sue Wilder, for all the b.s. he was saying on his address.
     
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  7. Mitch87

    Mitch87 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    So Wilder has bottle half dozen chances to fight and it unfortunately seems that Fury has bottled it for 3rd time.

    Fury vs Wilder 3 - "Battle of the Bottle Jobs".
     
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  8. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Get on with what?

    What you guys can't seem to accept is there was no $150 million site fee. It never materialized. They can't pay Wilder a "step aside" because there is no site fee.

    They have been waiting six months for this "glorious" site fee to materialize. It didn't.

    Wilder-Fury 3 will be the biggest fight in boxing this year. Everyone will watch. They will all make tons of money because people all over the world will buy tickets and attend and people all over the world will buy PPVs and watch ...

    And everyone won't have to sit around for another six months waiting for one guy to pay a ridiculous fee that never seems to arrive.
     
  9. Wizbit1013

    Wizbit1013 The Original 101.3 Full Member

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    Its a factor sure

    But not enough to kill the payday by much

    Spun correctly by Hearn and co it will still sell bucket loads regardless
     
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  10. shavers

    shavers Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Aarum and Hearn wouldnt make it public if there wasnt a site fee. Get real wiseass
     
  11. Marto

    Marto New Member banned Full Member

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    These are not boxing fans just a bunch of idiots.

    If I was Fury I will go ahead with the AJ fight and agree to fight WIlder by Sept the 15th and then pull out a week before the fight due to injury. The contract between AJ and Fury only stiuplates a date, but does not mandate a fighter cannot have a fight before the date,
     
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  12. Furious

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    Interesting way to spin it. This is a legal matter - it’s not about fighters ‘bottling’ anything, it’s out of their hands to an extent.

    It’s such a childish myth on here that fighters are ‘scared’ of each other or ‘bottle it’. They just aren’t.
     
  13. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    You're confused because you're repeating lies you were told by Eddie Hearn and Bob Arum.

    The truth came out Monday.

    The loser of the rematch in February last year had the option to exercise a rematch clause. Wilder did exercise that clause ONE WEEK after the loss.

    The rematch was scheduled for last fall, was moved because of Covid, and the networks with the rights to broadcast the fight asked the fighters to move the bout to early 2021. Everyone (both Wilder and Fury's teams) agreed to do that.

    During this delay, Wilder had surgery to repair his injured left arm. Wilder changed trainers. And Wilder has been working for the third Fury fight. From Wilder's vantage point, nothing changed. He and Fury agreed to fight a third time. The fight was signed. Everyone involved agreed to move it back. No deadlines were "missed." Nothing "expired."

    When Eddie Hearn spent all last year badmouthing Wilder and saying Wilder "needed to talk more" and saying Wilder "didn't want" the Fury fight ... and you guys lapped it up ... nothing contractually had changed. The fight was SIGNED. Wilder didn't have to do anything to appease Hearn. Wilder didn't have to talk more because Hearn said he should talking more. Hearn had nothing to do with Fury-Wilder 3.

    Then Hearn inserted himself in the situation by saying he had a sheik who was willing to overpay for Fury-Joshua, Fury's team saw dollar signs ... and THEY began saying the Wilder contract had "expired." Nothing had "expired." They all agreed to move the fight back because of Covid.

    And, after a saying the fight would be announced within days practically every week for the past six months ... including just days ago (Sunday) ... hoping that if some enormous amount of money actually arrived ... and they could show Joshua-Fury was ALL SET ... the arbitrator might IGNORE contract law and rule in their favor ...

    But ... on Monday ... time ran out. There was no site fee. There was no monster deal. They all really wanted there to be, but the money never arrived.

    And while people spent a year bashing Wilder and making fun of him, and talking about how he was finished, and posting all the awful potential opponents he was "likely" to fight ... Wilder trained for his third fight with Fury.

    And he's going to beat Fury's ass. (LOL)
     
  14. Marto

    Marto New Member banned Full Member

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    Fury wanted a warm up fight, he can beat Wilder easily next month and be ready for AJ in August.
     
  15. Nonito Smoak

    Nonito Smoak Ioka>Lomo, sorry my dudes Full Member

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    Man. I tell ya what.

    Replace "Wilder" with "Fury" and "Fury" with "Klitschko." I think you're onto something.