Eddie Hearns: Only AJ is allowed to duck mandatories to have a rematch, if Wilder does it I'll sue!

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  1. Tankatron

    Tankatron Active Member Full Member

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    Alphafighter, the latest in a long line of Boxing News posters who do nothing but hate on Joshua and Hearn and pat each other on the back, oh and in addition, spread unobstantiated bollocks for our delectation.
     
  2. Puroresu_Fan

    Puroresu_Fan Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Why is the op ignoring the part where Hearn said if Ruiz is called for a mandatory he will have to drop the belts before the AJ fight.
     
  3. Puroresu_Fan

    Puroresu_Fan Boxing Addict Full Member

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    source?

    fight hype interview with Hearn they asked what the rating was. He said it matched the showtime rating of Joshua v Parker.

    That fight was watched by a peak audience of 379,000 and averaged 346,000 viewers Saturday, according to ratings released Tuesday by Nielsen Media Research.

    Please stop with the lies. You know as well as I do DAZN will pay whatever it takes for Ruiz v AJ 2
     
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  4. tylerdurden

    tylerdurden It's OK to have beliefs, just don't believe them Full Member

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    You had me at thundercunt. Maybe Eddie is also a felcher, a mirkin wearer and a bigdogscock.
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    I think it's pretty obvious Eddie is rattled by how easily Ruiz beat his golden goose, and is freaking out. Power has slipped through his hands like sands through the hourglass.
     
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  5. BigStiffIdiot

    BigStiffIdiot Safer than Adam Smith's laptop password. Full Member

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    So people find it pathetic that people support Hearn. On the flip side, isn't it pathetic that people would rather see Wilder fight loads of **** mandatories / voluntaries and not Whyte just to see Hearn fail...

    Are people not boxing fans first? Whyte vs Wilder is the best fight outside Wilder v AJ/Fury. You would think as boxing fans people would want that fight to get made other than just seeing Hearn get the run around by the WBC just so they can sit there and say 'Fcuk Hearn'.
     
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  6. Saintpat

    Saintpat Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    You just said it yourself. This is about Wilder/Fury being made over a fight with Whyte. I’d rather see Wilder vs. Fury or Ruiz or AJ or Ortiz than Whyte.
     
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  7. UKboxingfan

    UKboxingfan Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Wilder fans celebrating not taking a decent fight lol they’re terrified of anyone half-decent!
     
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  8. UKboxingfan

    UKboxingfan Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Don’t speak sense, you’ll labelled as an AJ/Hearn bumlick for wanting to see a good fight instead of wilder knocking out a bum in 1 round.
     
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  9. Oreet Cha!

    Oreet Cha! Always poor, never bored (IDLES) Full Member

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    You see, I don't get this at all.

    We hear all this gruff that "you have to fight in America to become somebody" etc etc even if you're already a multiple World Champion yet you have stated that Boxing is still small time in the USA compared to the UK.

    What gives my son?

    Can't have it both ways cha!
     
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  10. PaddyGarcia

    PaddyGarcia #IrrationalGarcia Full Member

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    That doesn't make you mandatory. Should have fought the Ortiz eliminator when it was called, he'd have been in a much better position than he is now.
     
  11. NasalSpray

    NasalSpray Well-Known Member Full Member

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    OG Bob "sons" Hearns



    "Good Luck Eddie" :lol:
     
  12. DoubleJab666

    DoubleJab666 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Mkay.... Good luck with that, Eddie.

    AJ wasn't the only person to take a loss two Saturdays ago....
     
  13. DoubleJab666

    DoubleJab666 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Very true, but at least his father doesn't pretend to be anything other than a POS...
     
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  14. DoubleJab666

    DoubleJab666 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    This is phrased very carefully... 'a legal position'. It's posturing - he has zero intention of pursuing a legal case - and Hearn would not ruffle the feathers of any sanctioning body on behalf of Whyte. He clearly did not say 'we will be taking legal action'.

    There's more than one reason he's waited 600 plus days as the mandatory but not got close to a world title fight and one of those other reasons is because Whyte is not Hearn's priority. Or even one at all... until AJ lost and Hearn needs to make some noise outside a party he's just been ejected from.

    It actually suited Hearn to have Whyte hanging around waiting for a shot at Wilder. It helped with the Wilder is ducking AJ narrative and who really knows the truth about who was swerving who.

    If Hearn really had Whyte's interests at heart he would have taken him down another route when it was clear the Wilder fight was not going to happen and he kept getting moved down the queue. Yes, there was talk of an AJ fight in April - but only after it became clear the Wilder vs AJ fight was not going to happen on that date, and Whyte was offered a contract he didn't think was good enough. So how was Hearn acting in Whyte's interest there if his client felt it was a low-ball?

    And just look at the fight Hearn set up for Whyte before his house of cards was knocked over when AJ was knocked down. Rivas. How is that fight ever going to help Whyte move towards a world title. That was more about trying to make a fight which would help fulfill his PPV obligations to Sky.

    Hearn is a great promoter but only when it suits his agenda. AJ loses and suddenly Hearn mentions Whyte's name. It's so transparent, it's laughable...
     
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  15. BigStiffIdiot

    BigStiffIdiot Safer than Adam Smith's laptop password. Full Member

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    I mean it is more about people was laughing at Whyte and Hearn because Wilder was mandated to fight Brezeale - when in reality, we all know Whyte was the better fight for the spectator. People seem to enjoy watching Hearn fail more than seeing better fights getting made.

    The Hearn haters were over the moon when AJ couldn't agree terms with Wilder and Fury. Laughing at Hearn and saying another year without a big fight for AJ etc. etc. when in reality wouldn't you just rather see the best fights, rather than watching promotional politics. When I was a little boy, I fell in love with watching people box, not the soap like circus that surrounds it...
     
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