Hearn says Wilder may get 50-50 split

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  1. N17

    N17 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    I agree and that last point is excellent,

    Parker had no problems negotiating for a unification fight.

    And Bernd Boente and Klitschko's were ridiculously tough negotiators but yet managed to seal a deal to fight in the U.K. Klitschko didn't even secure home advantage, so his deal couldn't have been that bad to agree to it.

    Wilder seems to have a problem making a deal, maybe it isn't even Wilder, maybe it's his team but either way it's still "Team Wilder" that have a problem with everything.
     
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  2. Aydamn

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

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    You guess too much, that is the fundamental problem here. I said ESPN got it wrong when they claimed Wilder to be the most popular, he simply isn't. But let's just move on, because we've exhausted that point enough.

    In a nutshell, it is not true when you say Wilder has achieved more than AJ, or that he brings more to the table to justify a 50/50 split.

    You are extremely wrong. Good day to you, it's been an experience.
     
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  3. Aydamn

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

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    "Don't yell at me just because the survey says Anthony Joshua is a big fish in a small pond, like I've been saying for years." - @Dubblechin March 2019

    Go find the original ESPN survey thread in the forum and laugh your arse off at all of Dubblechins rhetoric. Mental problems.#

    He got the biggest hardon for Wilders ranking, I passed the stage of laughing and just feel sorry for him.
     
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  4. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie booted Full Member

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    Good Lord. He IS a big fish in a small pond. Why do you think Joshua and Fury and Crolla and Conlan and Usyk, etc. are leaving for the U.S. and forcing their fans back home to tune it at 4 a.m. to watch them?

    Why on earth do you think Loma, Pac, Kovalev, Bivol, Gvozdyk, Beterbiev, Canelo ... EVERYONE is fighting in the U.S.?

    Because you can sell 100,000 PPVs and make more than selling out a 80,000 seat stadium.

    Big fish George Groves sold out Wembley and turned around and fought in the U.S. in front of an empty arena on the Mayweather-Berto undercard.

    Big fish, small pond.

    You guys have Boners for stadium fights. But it isn't the 1940s. That's not where the money comes from, clearly.

    If it was, your heroes wouldn't be kissing you all goodbye.

    And that's not "trolling" ... that's brutal honesty.
     
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  5. Aydamn

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

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    Yep, 1.5 Million PPV for Joshua in UK.... clearly no market we must move somehwere else... peasant money.

    Hell even a lowkey fighter like Whyte can crack 500K PPVs all by.himself in UK.

    I think when you said you dont post here much, you also don't keep up with boxing activities much.

    I am truly perplexed by your intelligence, you say USA is where its at... then why is Wilder making chump change... why did he have to give hundreds and hundreds of tickets away for freee?

    Why did he struggle to fill a 20k arena at MGM?

    Why couldnt the fans who love him so much attent the arena?

    Why is Joshua sitting on 65 million?

    Why did Whyte get paid twice as much as Wilder when he has no belt?

    Why did Joshua achieve gold at Olympics and Wilder only Bronze

    Why was Wilder moved extremely slow and Joshua now has three world titles
     
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  6. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie booted Full Member

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    Why are all the top European fighters coming to the U.S.?

    It's a bigger pond.
     
  7. Aydamn

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

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    WEAK ASS response!!!

    Typical troll... no substance to back up your facade.

    No knowledge just smoke and mirror.

    10 basic questions not one response.

    I am out of this thread permanently, enjoy getting roasted.
     
  8. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie booted Full Member

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    Nothing to back it up? They're all coming here, aren't they?

    Jesus Christ.

    Wake the hell up.
     
  9. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie booted Full Member

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    Uh oh. Now Callum Smith is leaving. He's fighting in the U.S. and is looking for a unification here with Gilberto Ramirez. He's leaving, right behind Billie Joe Saunders and Carl Frampton.

    Joshua, Fury, Smith, Saunders, Frampton, Crolla, Conlan ... damn, who is left in the UK?

    Better hope Lucas Browne doesn't beat Dave Allen, or Allen will be leaving for greener pastures, too.
     
  10. Reppin501

    Reppin501 The People's Champ Full Member

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    Yeah but see this isn't what happened, it was a draw...and you don't get to change the actual results because they don't please you.
     
  11. Tankatron

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    I've asked you this question several times and still you have not answered. Again I will ask. What do you perceive to by the right and proper deal to be made to both AJ and Wilder to make the fight for Undisputed. Please, please.......just answer the question. I want you to tell us all wjat you beleive Wilders value to be worth. I'm just curious given that you're right and the other 95% of us on here are wrong
     
  12. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie booted Full Member

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    50/50 is just fine for the biggest heavyweight title fight that can be made.

    It was good enough for Ali and Frazier I & II. It was good enough for Ali-Foreman. Split the pot and make the fight.

    And maybe we'll get to see them fight two or three times.
     
  13. Tankatron

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    I couldn't have give a rats arse about the result to be honest, I hate Wilders delusions of grandeur and Fury is full of ****e but, I know a dodgy result when I see one and Wilder was out boxed and made to miss for 10 of 12 rounds so I tend to side with the view of 90% of the boxing media and viewership. And if you don't like that, well tough
     
  14. Tankatron

    Tankatron Active Member Full Member

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    Why 50/50 though. That's AJ bending over and taking it right up the ****ter
     
  15. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie booted Full Member

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    You could say the same when Foreman agreed to take half, when Frazier agreed to take half against Ali in the first fight, when Ali agreed to take half against Frazier in the second fight, when Holmes agreed to take half against Cooney and on and on and on.

    It's the biggest heavyweight fight that can be made. Split the pot and make it.

    If it's exciting, which it should be, let's see it again. IF that one is good, let's see it again.

    I don't want to watch Wilder-Breazeale. I don't want to watch Joshua-Big Baby. Let's see the two best fight.

    Let them fight over and over until we're tired of watching them fight.

    We get boring superfights that go to decisions all the time that promoters make over and over, even if the fights aren't all that great.

    I've seen Canelo and Golovkin fight twice. I could care less if they ever fought again. Their third fight will go 12 and look basically the same as the other two.

    Let's see Wilder and Joshua bounce each other off the floor as often as they want to do it.
     

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