Hearn says Wilder may get 50-50 split

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  1. Luizio

    Luizio New Member Full Member

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    The Bronze Bomber may get his wish of 50-50 straight down the line as he wanted, maybe he was right to decline the DAZN offer in the end?
     
  2. Oakland Billy Smith

    Oakland Billy Smith Member booted Full Member

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    We'll have to wait and see, but so far Wilder has been right every time.
    He would be a fool to run out and take whatever deal is dangled in front of him as the corrupt media base would suggest...

    Furthermore, Wilder has paid his dues. He is the people's champion ... AJ hasn't evened cleaned out his own backyard..

    AJ needs to come to America and put his belts on the line to truly earn the respect of the people. All great UK champions before him have done so. Until then, he will always just be a hometown fighter with a couple of decent wins against old timers like Wlad and Povetkin

    Wilder is a dragon slayer. He either sends you home on a stretcher, or if you're lucky enough to survive, you will never be the same fighter again and you end up fighting unknowns like Tom Schwartz
     
  3. Tankatron

    Tankatron Active Member Full Member

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    Wilder is a Dragon Slayer! Are you taking the ****ing ****? Wilder got beat in his last fight by a manic depressive party animal, who had been pounding a ton of powder up his nose and getting sloshed into a 400lb blob for 2 1/2 years and then went into fat camp for 6 months to prepare for the 'Dragon Slayer'. Hahahahaha......FUK ME, Ive heard it all now.
     
  4. Oakland Billy Smith

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    You can laugh all you want, but the truth remains that Wilder is still the Champ with big paydays ahead and Fury has gone back to fighting club fighters on ESPN
     
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  5. Aydamn

    Aydamn Whyte Ranked #4 https://tinyurl.com/yblp72ru Full Member

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    ****ing double standard bias posters, it's ok for Wilder to reject offers, but if Whyte rejects one he is an idiot. Paid his due's my arsehole.

    Keep AJ's name out of your mouth, he has achieved more than Wilder by a mile and half.
     
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  6. Gymbot

    Gymbot Active Member Full Member

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    Or maybe Hearn/Joshua really want the fight and are prepared to concede on yet more of diva Deontay's demands?
     
  7. Oakland Billy Smith

    Oakland Billy Smith Member booted Full Member

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    Exactly what has AJ achieved besides struggling against a couple of semi-retired 40 year olds and looking plain as Jane against the unheralded Joseph Parker ?
     
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  8. Unforgiven

    Unforgiven Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Who are these dragons that he's slayed ?
     
  9. Unforgiven

    Unforgiven Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Wilder's best win is Ortiz, who was about 40 also (maybe older).
    And Wilder struggled in that one too.
     
  10. Aydamn

    Aydamn Whyte Ranked #4 https://tinyurl.com/yblp72ru Full Member

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    • Whatever Joshua has achieved it is WAY WAY more than Deontay the padded donkey.
    • 10 years as pro and Wilder beat NO ONE of note besides the oldest man in the division right now that hasn't even achieved anything himself.
    • At least Wlad WAS something, and still younger/ more competitive than Ortiz. Who the **** is Ortiz, is 50 years old.
    • AJ has more belts, more money, and more talent.
    • Deontay is barely known
     
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  11. Aydamn

    Aydamn Whyte Ranked #4 https://tinyurl.com/yblp72ru Full Member

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    Likely older than 40 man, let's be real.

    Ortiz is the oldest man in the division by a stretch.
     
  12. Aydamn

    Aydamn Whyte Ranked #4 https://tinyurl.com/yblp72ru Full Member

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    The mythical ones, you know like in the fairy tales.

    Google: a mythical monster like a giant reptile. In European tradition the dragon is typically fire-breathing and tends to symbolize chaos or evil, whereas in East Asia it is usually a beneficent symbol of fertility, associated with water and the heavens.

    I highly doubt Wilder defeated dragons in Europe, he never left his country.
     
  13. Oakland Billy Smith

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    People on this forum seem to hold Tyson Fury in high regard...
    Wilder sent that boy packing in search of safe opponents to fight on ESPN..
    Does anyone still watch ESPN?

    I can just see it now...Fury the new showpiece for blowhards like Max Kellerman and Steven a Smith!
     
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  14. Aydamn

    Aydamn Whyte Ranked #4 https://tinyurl.com/yblp72ru Full Member

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    Does anyone still watch ESPN? No, ESPN just plant trees that grow 80 Million dollars to hand out to fighters. They have no revenue streams at all.

    Tyson Fury took two years off, lost 150 pounds in weight, and jumped at the chance of fighting Wilder and beat him on points.

    It was too much for one of the judges to handle (is he your cousin btw).

    And yeah if Tyson was a dragon, Wilder failed to slay him because Tyson got off the canvas to win the round LOOOOOOOOOOOOL
     
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  15. DoubleJab666

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    I'm sure Fury is perfectly happy with the financials of his $80m five-fight deal...
     
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