Fury knew Wilder didn`t want a rematch when he didn`t answer his texts

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  1. mark ant

    mark ant Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Fury has said he knew the rematch was off when Wilder didn`t answer texts he sent him, Fury wil now take an interim fightbefore trying to negotiate a rematch with Wilder or a British superfight with AJ, do fans believe him or Wilder?
     
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  2. inner2deepz

    inner2deepz Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Fury is a liar when they asked him he pulled a Pacquaio “ it’s up to my promoter” then Warren said ESPN is forcing a interim bout
     
  3. NoNeck

    NoNeck Pugilist Specialist Full Member

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    Sounds legit. No reason to show up for a purse bid.
     
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  4. Sephiroth Rising 7

    Sephiroth Rising 7 Son Of The Morning Full Member

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    What a filthy bare faced bald headed liar.

    He had the 50/50 contract on the table for days and he didn't want to know.

    He even on record stating it's no longer up to him who he fights now, it's all in the hands of Arum and ES PEE and SOIL Your Pants Network
     
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  5. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Fury walked away from the fight.

    Both had agreed to fight in the spring. The WBC was on board. Then Fury's team asked for a little more time to iron out the details. Then Fury signed a deal with ESPN and Warren and Fury agreed with Arum that Fury needed to fight someone else before a return with Wilder.

    If Wilder didn't respond to Fury, it's because Fury changed the plan and now wanted Wilder to jump ship to ESPN, too, and fight someone else before Fury, too.

    Wilder didn't go anywhere. Wilder didn't switch networks. Wilder didn't want a fight before a rematch with Fury.

    The guy who runs away can't blame the guy who is still standing in the same spot waiting to fight.

    Fury walked away from the rematch and now his team is trying to rewrite history. I'm disappointed in him, to be honest.

    Fury and Warren and Arum blocked the rematch.
     
  6. Gymbot

    Gymbot Active Member Full Member

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    Fury chose to walk away from yet another mandated rematch. There's no debate about that.
     
  7. Perkin Warbeck

    Perkin Warbeck Active Member Full Member

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    Wilder never wanted the rematch with Fury, he knows he'd lose.

    Fury deserved to win the first fight, and he's in better fighting shape now.
     
  8. _Scott_

    _Scott_ Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Im a big Fury fan but it is obvious he's the one who ducked the rematch.
     
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  9. kiwi_boxer

    kiwi_boxer RIP IsaL - Canelo 'facts' 2018 Full Member

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    What has Fury got to lie about?

    He won the first fight
    He knows he can do better than in the first fight
    He has the chance to fight against the best in the division and has a real chance of beating him
    People know he's back, there's no question mark over his ability at the top level
    Many casual Wilder fans now ride with Fury, as they saw what unfolded
    Fury just signed a huge contract that opens doors against anyone in the top10

    Why would Wilder lie?

    He lost against an overweight, inactive fighter who was supposedly 'retired'
    He not only lost, but was out-boxed from start to finish
    He has proven he is not an elite boxer
    The general consensus is that he will get beaten by Joshua
    The argument whether he is 1 or 2 is now whether he is 2 or 3
    If he loses to Fury (which he already has), he loses his chance to fight AJ

    Pretty simple really.

    If Wilder fights Fury, there's a real chance he loses. If he loses, he loses his millions against AJ along with the belief from the casual fans.
    If Fury fights AJ and loses, he would still have the chance to fight Wilder or any other top10 fighter. It's a win win for Fury.
     
  10. greenhornet

    greenhornet Boxing Addict Full Member

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    neither.
     
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  11. Rilz

    Rilz Boxing Addict Full Member

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    One thing is for sure, Wilder lost a ton of fans in the first fight and his reaction afterwards. Fury took those fans, and the media recognition. Should have taken the fight on the cards, but ya know.....

    Breazeale hahah, go Northern Colorado
     
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  12. f1ght3rz

    f1ght3rz Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Fury came back from depression, drug addiction and obesity and fought Wilder six months after coming back into the ring, according to the public and 95% in here he looked "horrible", "shot" and "****"...what happened then?....he travelled to the US and fought in Wilder in his backyard to a highly controversial draw which could be easily a UD for himself. WHY should he duck Wilder now? LMAO. Wilder clearly ducking him. He was humiliated by Fury and not even his best punches could put him down for more than 6-7 seconds. Wilder is afraid of the Gypsy King ffs. He's happy Fury signed with Top Rank so he can avoid him for a while now. Wilder will fight Breazeale, stops him in 7-10 rounds and have another win on his padded bum record.
     
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  13. mark ant

    mark ant Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Did Wilder lose a ton of fans?
     
  14. Rilz

    Rilz Boxing Addict Full Member

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    In my sample size (people I meet in public, friends, and work colleagues) he absolutely did.
     
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  15. NoNeck

    NoNeck Pugilist Specialist Full Member

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    This definitely did not happen. The fight raised Wilder's stock with the general public. The 12th round knockdown went viral on social media.
     

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