Does anyone know the ring size for AJ - Usyk?

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  1. FastSmith7

    FastSmith7 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    As we're approaching this fight, I'm getting more and more excited, feeling like a kid on Christmas day.

    However one thing I cannot seem to find any info about is the ring size for this bout. Was anyone able to find out how big or small it'll be?
     
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  2. senpai

    senpai Active Member Full Member

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    They will do everything to make this fight uncomfortable for Usyk, ref, Judges, crowd, fanboys everyone is against him. I guess AJ needs all the advantages that is possible to beat CW. Sad.

    Like Chisora fight, Small ring, Gloves that had little padding + Cheerleaders like Haye and Bellew screaming when they were no fans, Usyk won atleast 8 rounds, and he said that he rated his performance 3/10.
     
  3. FastSmith7

    FastSmith7 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I'm not sure a small ring would fit AJ in this fight. I don't think he'll be walking Usyk down.
     
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  4. MarvelousMarvinGolovkin

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    Especially the judges, Usyk could outbox him for 12 rounds and they'd say "AJ landed the more telling shots though" Just to cover it up lol
     
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  5. Bumnard_Hopkins

    Bumnard_Hopkins Burger King banned Full Member

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    Isn't the ring size fixed by the BBBoC?
     
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  6. Reinhardt

    Reinhardt Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I don't think the ring size will make that much difference, I'm going to be more interested by who leads in this fight and who tries to counter. I have a hard time seeing how Usyk wins from the outside so I seem to think he's got to close the distance and make the fight. If he doesn't this could be like the second AJ Ruiz fight, sort of a stinker.
     
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  7. Mighty

    Mighty The Gypsy King Full Member

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    Ring size is insignificant. Usyk gonna ko him in the big ring or small ring.
     
  8. Rakesh

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    A small ring would not benefit AJ this fight imo, I think Joshua is coming out to box.
     
  9. Vegan Beast

    Vegan Beast Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Give AJ a chance before automatically assuming that he's that low. Challenge your assumptions.

    I've seen Usyk get A TONNE of respect from UK fans. Even if they don't fancy his chances, they still respect him as a man.

    Of course the ****ing crowd are going to be for AJ and against Usyk. Just like the crowd in Ukraine would be for Usyk and largely against AJ.

    Usyk has already been to foreign soil and won, so it wont matter.

    One thing I will say, even as an AJ fan, is that I admire Usyk's mental strength. He's obviously a lot more confident that Joshua, Fury and Wilder.

    AJ has done nothing to suggest he'd be that corrupt. In regards to judges bias, maybe, but we'll have to just give them the benefit of the doubt. Judge them if Usyk clearly wins but doesn't get the decision.
     
  10. Vegan Beast

    Vegan Beast Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Why don't we wait and see, rather than assuming? There's so much uncertainty around the fight and how it could possibly go, you never know!

    At the end of the day if a boxer really wins, in the eyes of true boxing fans he'll be the victor, not necessarily who got the decision.

    If Usyk clearly wins, I will see him as the winner, not AJ.
     
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  11. MarvelousMarvinGolovkin

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    It kinda defeats the purpose of even watching a sporting event then, that's like watching a soccer game, a team clearly outscores the other but after the game they take 2 points away and the other team wins lol
     
  12. Vegan Beast

    Vegan Beast Well-Known Member Full Member

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    It's not at all the same. At the end of the day in the soccer game whoever scores more goals wins. It's a lot more black and white. If the ball crosses the line it's a goal, unless another rule has been broker in the process. It's not completely black and white but a lot more simple.

    Boxing scores a lot more subjective because who wins the round is a lot more about opinion.

    Poor comparison. Even those who are trusted to judge who won - The judges, can disagree.

    We're all capable of watching a boxing match back, and reviewing it, we wont all agree, but if Usyk clearly outboxes AJ over 12 rounds and AJ gets a lucky decision, the fans will know it.

    The judges decision does matter because if you win a fight officially it can decide who you get to fight next, but who won officially doesn't determine always who really won on the night.

    Have faith the fans can decide that for themselves, just like GGG vs Caneola, Fury vs Wilder 1, Lewis vs Holyfield 1 etc.
     
  13. anjawnaymiz

    anjawnaymiz Unexpected item in bagging area Full Member

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    Anyone know who the replacement opponent is should usyk pull out?
     
  14. FastSmith7

    FastSmith7 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Charles Martin
     
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  15. senpai

    senpai Active Member Full Member

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    Maybe because we have seen some pretty nasty and abysmal things in british boxing recently ? Like Chisora win over Parker, that they give it to parker. That alone should make people think that things may be unfair.