Joey Dawejko Signed Contract To Fight Usyk And Was IGNORED (!!!)

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  1. GALVATRON

    GALVATRON Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Usyk is the WBO mando ,what are you talking about ?
     
  2. GALVATRON

    GALVATRON Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Joey D is like 5'9 or so, why would Usyk fight him if hes gearing up for AJ ?
     
  3. Henry Hank

    Henry Hank New Member Full Member

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    STFU you clown !! cement feet Joey isnt a threat to anyone other than himself . The guy thinks hes the white Toney but other than being fat hes nothing like Toney.

    Hes delusional if he thinks Usyk is ducking him although not as delusional as the window licker im quoting.
     
  4. CST80

    CST80 The Mercurial Mephistophelean Malcontent Staff Member

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    Dawejko is a chubby little plodding overhyped turd. There's no evidence that he KO'd AJ, and even if he did, that speaks to the fragility of AJ's mandible more than it does for Joey's non existent power. He's not a boogieman, he's a featherfisted annoying little quasi durable gnat who makes opponents look lackluster and steals a round here and there and ends up losing in dull 7-3 or 6-4 type affair. Cry me a river, mother****er didn't even deserve his "win" against Rodney Hernandez last time out. At least Chazz has some power and will be probably get KTFO, so there's a least the appearance of a threat, and a potential highlight KO for Usyk that could come from that one. Which while it sucks, will still probably more memorable and entertaining than watching this Amish Roadkill looking fatso boring the audience to death spoiling his way to a wide decision loss.
     
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  5. Lith

    Lith Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Lol wtf. Joey's last 4 fights include 3 losses against credible opposition and then scraping a decision against a guy with a worse record than Witherspoon.

    He is a much smaller guy than an Usyk whose handlers will want to prove he can beat up a legit heavyweight size opponent, and doesn't have enough positive to make him seem like any more credible opponent than Witherspoon who I wouldn't be surprised if would take a smaller paycheck for a fight.

    Usyk has mandatory position, he doesn't have to take any unnecessary risks but it would be worthwhile making a point and getting some ring time before facing someone like Ruiz.
     
  6. Pakkuman

    Pakkuman Active Member Full Member

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    Joey isn't saying Usyk ducked him... He's saying Eddie is a POS.
     
  7. Lith

    Lith Well-Known Member Full Member

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    He's saying he picked an easy fight, which should prove to be true - but it's an easy fight versus a big guy instead of an easy fight against a small guy. Which makes more sense if you are announcing yourself as ready to fight against the big guys?
     
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  8. Rilz

    Rilz Boxing Addict Full Member

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    The envy in your tone is very apparent. This is obviously a mess, and is likely completely in the hands of the promotional company at this point in time. Don't spend your time blaming odd events on fighters, and start enjoying the sport a little more.
     
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  9. covetousjuice

    covetousjuice Ruiz had AJ from the first 60 sec of R1. Watch it. Full Member

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    Agree 100%.

    Neither Witherspoon nor Joey are any good. May as well prove yourself against a big guy.
     
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  10. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie booted Full Member

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    What the hell are you talking about? I agree he's not a threat. I was replying to the clown who said Dawejko was "too risky."

    Go to hell.
     
  11. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie booted Full Member

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    The envy? Envy of what? I'm pissed DAZN is turning out to be a total bust, particularly among the heavyweight division. And some idiots (Serge) are even calling Dawejko "too risky."

    So far this year, we've gotten one Joseph Parker fight (against freaking Alex Leapai).
    Jarrell Miller was suspended for PEDs.
    Dillian Whyte fought once, then failed his drug test.
    Joshua fought a bloated late sub, was dropped four times and quit.
    And now Usyk is fighting CHAZZ WITHERSPOON.

    So much for 2019 being the year of the heavyweights on DAZN.

    I've already cancelled.
     
  12. destruction

    destruction Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Holyfield in his first fight at HW fought a crack addicted James Tillis with 13 losses

    Haye in his first fight at HW fought trial horse Monte Barrett who had 6 losses and was there to fall down.

    Lets not give Usyk stick and then give those two all time greats a pass.

    Your body needs to adjust to the weight
     
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  13. BCS8

    BCS8 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Wow, sounds like Dubbelchin is sad and disappointed in the god-awful heavyweight division. In that case, I agree.
     
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  14. Heisenberg

    Heisenberg Active Member Full Member

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    I believe the winner of Ruiz/Joshua will vacate the WBO belt and fight their IBF mandatory against Pulev. Usyk will pick up the vacated belt and then another big unification fight is put out there
     
  15. minemax

    minemax Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Why..? If Joshua wins, how will it look? "I was beaten by a lucky punch in the first fight (against Ruiz) and now I've avenged that loss. But I'm afraid of Usyk so I'll vacate!"? :smile:

    If Ruiz wins, why would he vacate? He's not afraid of Usyk and he already fought on DAZN. There will be a purse bid and the fight will happen. Yes, they will try to fight someone else (a PBC fighter) first, but, if the WBO is adamant, Ruiz will not vacate.
     
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