Dubois vs Joyce BT Sport 1

Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by TBC-ASAP, Oct 6, 2020.

  1. nurological

    nurological Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Nah its you interact with those people more, id say the vast amount of people on this forum are pretty balanced and will give credit where its due and question things where all is not what it seems.

    Just because somebody says something against a matchroom employee doesnt mean they are anti matchroom at all, and certainly doesnt need whataboutism comments all the time
     
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  2. Holler

    Holler Doesn't appear to be a paid matchroom PR shill Full Member

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    Each to their own and all that, I know some like it but personally I have zero interest in it and indeed, find the adverts for it really annoying and feel they detract from the entire channel's sporting credibility.
     
  3. khans army

    khans army New Member banned Full Member

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    Dubois is the future of boxing
     
  4. KermitTheFrog

    KermitTheFrog Swinging on Hearn’s nuts Full Member

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    What a unique perspective to have. You should create a new thread sharing this gem, oh wait...
     
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  5. khans army

    khans army New Member banned Full Member

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    **** off
     
  6. Furious

    Furious Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Yeah I agree that's also a bit annoying. I don't think either promotion are perfect - both do good things both do bad things. Just find it a bit strange when fans align themselves to one or the other so much that they can't say a good word about the 'opposing' promotion.
     
  7. Murderers' Row

    Murderers' Row Active Member banned Full Member

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    A bit strange? It's absolutely pathetic! Who gives a flying who promotes what.. Just watch the bleeding boxing.
     
  8. Unforgiven

    Unforgiven Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    AJ doesn't "clearly" have the best resume in the division.
    There's a very good argument that he has the deepest resume in a division of quite shallow resumes, and the apparent depth of his resume is magnified by his relatively few fights.
    But whether his resume is the best is debatable, since Fury very possibly has two or three results at the top of his that outrank anything on AJ's.
    And it doesn't really matter because both of them are at least a few good wins away from having a historical significant resume.
     
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  9. KermitTheFrog

    KermitTheFrog Swinging on Hearn’s nuts Full Member

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    You’re so adorable!
     
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  10. Mitch87

    Mitch87 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Two orcthree results that top any of AJs? Disagree. I can see why Furys Wlad win would be viewed as the best win of the lot as he sbeat Wlad before AJ. However there are some debatable points against eg. Wlad looked in much better physical shape against AJ than Fury and came in the lighest he had done in over 7 years . Fought in an aggressive and more offensive fight similar to his best results against Pulev and Povetkin rather than his cagey and defensive peformances Jennings and Fury (although it could debated Fury slickness and movement prevented Wlad from fighting a more aggressive fight). Nonetheless the wlad wins for both are clearly the best two winsout of all their wins.

    The next best opponent Fury has beaten is close between Chisora and Wilder. Whilst AJ has beaten Povetkin , Whyte, Parker and Ruiz whom have all proven to be better fighters than either Chisora or Wilder.

    Furys best wins
    Wlad
    Chisora x 2
    Wilder (should of been x 2)
    Hammer

    AJ best wins
    Wlad
    Povetkin
    Parker
    Ruiz
    Whyte
    Martin
    Takam

    Seems clear to me AJs resume is the better of the two.
     
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  11. Jurgen

    Jurgen Pay Per Pudding Advisor banned Full Member

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    You must be fishing making out Pedvetkin, PED Pudding Whyte, Paint Dry Parker and Rice Pudding Ruiz Jnr are better than Wilder!!! Wilder has one loss to the best in the division - jesus wept.

    Tony Dosh PPV has a CV full of puddings and a 41 year old rusty inactive robot for 18 months prior to that fight.

    Fury v Wilder twice is the only World Heavyweight Championship fight that was a genuine 50/50 fight while Tony Dosh PPV has been 1/3 odds on or worse against all those puddings and 1/2 odds on against the old rusty inactive 41 year old robot.

    Fifty years from now, people will remember the legend known as The Gypsy King who went to Germany and dethroned a long reigning Champ, a man who made the greatest comeback ever outside the ring at 28 Stone and suicidal, a man who had the balls to face Wilder away from home 9 months into his comeback when Tony Dosh PPV bottled it, a man who rose from the canvas after being hit flush by the hardest puncher in Heavyweight boxing, a man who changed trainer and style to get the win v Wilder in the rematch in what was the best British performance in a World Heavyweight Title fight since Lennox Lewis.

    Take the Eh Day Hearn interviews off auto play and challenge his spin.
     
  12. Mitch87

    Mitch87 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Wilder fought poor opposition untill fighting Fury hence the one loss I mean just look at resume.

    Ortiz (who at least two years older than he claims and has only one notable win against Jennings) Dauhulpas, Spzilka and Washington.

    A guy who being out boxed and lost mutiple rounds to the likes of Washington and Spzilka (even Martin won every round against Washington befor KOing him and Chisora made short work of Spzilka) before KOing them is not better than Whyte, Povetkin,, Parker and Ruiz who in the first three cases have supeiror resumes and in the later has a superior win.
     
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  13. porkypara

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    Enzo picking Joyce
     
  14. Jurgen

    Jurgen Pay Per Pudding Advisor banned Full Member

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    All you mention are puddings mate - Fury stepped up when Tony Dosh bottled it versus Wilder.

    Fury has dethroned 2 long reigning World Heavyweight Champions away from home and Tony Dosh PPV won his in the ring against Pudding Martin and Adams Family Size Pudding Ruiz
     
  15. Mitch87

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    How didnt AJ bottle it? Even Lou Dibella admitted Wilder had no interest in making the AJ fights for 100m despite Dibella, DAZN and Hearns best efforts. Whilst Fury also turned an offer to fight AJ.