Joshua is scared of Fury knows he would get schooled

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  1. bailey

    bailey Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    You know when someone is truly destroyed when they have to name call but seeing as you are disgracefully calling someone a **** I thought I would post a link to help you along a bit more


    Fury was due to face Chisora but Chisora had an injury and pulled out on the Monday.
    Fury was going to face replacement opponent Ustinov but had a family member taken ill after the weigh in
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  2. greenhornet

    greenhornet Boxing Addict Full Member

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    you are still ignoring his quotes.
     
  3. bailey

    bailey Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    What are you even going on about.
    You never did find those links and were made to look foolish by facts
     
  4. greenhornet

    greenhornet Boxing Addict Full Member

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    i never looked. you never made anyone look foolish.
     
  5. bailey

    bailey Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Oh dear.
    You have settled into denial now.

    I gave you facts and links. You gave your opinion only claiming you had links that you couldnt produce even though you said you could and once again you cant, now claiming you never looked thus leaving you with egg on your face haha
     
  6. smiffyinoz

    smiffyinoz Active Member Full Member

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    I actually think Joshua would rather face Fury than Wilder. He's already beaten him up once (which Fury readily admits) and if Wilder can knock Fury then Joshua almost certainly can. The difference is Joshua is a much better finisher than Wilder so there won't any breathers against an unskilled fool.
     
  7. greenhornet

    greenhornet Boxing Addict Full Member

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    i said i'd find them if you permanently leave if i do. you never responded.
     
  8. Bollywooden

    Bollywooden Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Joshua not scared but you can be damn sure Eddie Hearn is (of losing his cash cow).
     
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  9. Kyrie

    Kyrie New Member Full Member

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    God so many of you are emotionally invested in these men to creepy degrees.
     
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  10. bandeedo

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    lol, it is creepy in grown men. maybe they aint grown.
     
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  11. Angler Andrew

    Angler Andrew Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Could be a bit disconcerting to see Fury take it seriously for once
    i don’t believe that’s the case but I do think AJ and Hearn have gone overboard on the A side thing,unlike Floyd who called the shots,demanding all the A side advantages has only made it look like he’s not interested.
    This is why I hate the A side thing,regardless of revenue raised there are three big guys in Fury,Wilder and AJ let em all share what money there is and have em fight and if it’s a two fight deal then it should be home and away for both guys.
    Wilder is just as culpable with him not coming to the U.K. imo.
     
  12. chico g

    chico g Boxing Addict Full Member

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    The bodybuilder literally bodybags Fury. Don't think Tyson outboxes him either. Joshua was outboxing Klitschsko for most the early rounds before being dropped. Wasn't literally like he was being schooled before he got the 2 knockdowns in the 11th. He was hurt in the 5th, and strategically took the rounds off to launch the final attack. Same thing happened with Povetkin, but they were still close rounds. Tyson Fury won't survive the second fight with Wilder anyway, the devastating bronze bomber knows the gypsy king can't take the power. Anyonce noticed that the purse splits have been delayed, the gypsy king having second thoughts. Same situation with Whyte not wanting keen on that rematch with Joshua. The fear is real when viciously KOed.
     
  13. sas6789

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    I think it's more like Eddie Hearn's the reluctant one.
     
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  14. Badboy87

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    True that, eyes are window to soul & public should be able to see aj & Hearn the worm are compulsive liars & money motivated not fan/sport motivated
     
  15. MR6666

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    AJ isn't scared of any heavyweight and im sure they are also not scared of him, Deontay smashes Fury in the rematch and we should have AJ Deontay late this year or early next year hopefully.