Joshua ready for huge fight, says Hearn.

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  1. CroBox29

    CroBox29 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Eddie Hearn has claimed Anthony Joshua is ready to step in if Tyson Fury’s fight with Oleksandr Usyk suffers yet another setback.

    And Hearn, speaking to talkSPORT, has now revealed Joshua is ready to face either man if the saga takes another twist.

    He said: “We’ll be ready.

    Joshua had two chances with Usyk, and he didn't use either of them with the fact that he experienced a meltdown after the second fight, now Hrgovic will probably remain without the big fight again because Joshua will almost certainly get the opportunity, so I suggest Hrgovic to accept the fight with Dubois and earn some money .
     
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  2. miniq

    miniq Tyson Fury Undisputed HW Champion 18/5/24 Full Member

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    Shame Francis is going to chin him.

    AJ thinks his plodding basic jab is going to win him the fight. Nope. Going to start getting tagged unexpectedly just like Fury then WHAM BAM thankyou Madam. The bigger, sexier and stronger man will annihilate the chinny, stamina less bully. AJ has never fought a man who is so much physically stronger. He is going to fold like a LAWNCHAIR.
     
  3. Sammy123

    Sammy123 Money Maker Staff Member

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    Ah yes, please continue to look past Francis Ngannu. Will be funny to see Joshua do the chicken dance again.
     
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  4. CroBox29

    CroBox29 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I hope that Ngannou will stop him and lead him to another Meltdown...
     
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  5. FrankinDallas

    FrankinDallas Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Keep looking past Ngannou, AJ. Please. Can't wait for the post fight breakdown and ranting.
     
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  6. AngryBirds

    AngryBirds Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Ruiz put Joshua on shaky legs after a temple shot.

    It will be horrifying to watch what Ngannou does to him if he lands the same kind of hit to the temple.
     
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  7. HEADBANGER

    HEADBANGER TEAM ELITE GENERAL Full Member

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    There is absolutely zero chance that Joshua faces Usyk for a 3rd time in May NONE. If Fury pulls out, Usyk will take care of his IBF mandatory against Hyrgovic to keep the title.
     
  8. Camps

    Camps Member Full Member

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    Echoing many here, I'd say in response to the thread title that actually AJ already has a huge fight.... 260 lbs. rock-solid of huge....
     
  9. peter_uk

    peter_uk Active Member Full Member

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    He shouldn't get the chance to fight Usyk again; he had two chances and fell short. Otherwise it seems they are angling to fight Usyk over and over until father time takes it toll and Joshua wins.
     
  10. MarkusFlorez99

    MarkusFlorez99 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    The bodybuilder needs his lights shut off
     
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  11. BubblesUK

    BubblesUK Doesn't buy hypejobs Full Member

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    Hrgovic will probably remain without the big fight again because he shows no interest in making one - he's more interested in sitting on his mandatory status and stagnating.

    And who can blame him?
    He's gotten an awful long way up the rankings without taking known risks - without a fight with a single proven contender at the time he took it (Zhang's resume before Hrgovic was absolutely nothing - not even a gatekeeper on it, it's even generous to say he'd beaten a legit journeyman by that point).

    He might be quite good, but for a guy in his prime, he's no more keen to fight anyone decent than Wilder was... And we all know how that story goes.
     
  12. Shootlow

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    AJ will be doing us all a favour and stopping all this Ngannou nonsense.
     
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  13. MorvidusStyle

    MorvidusStyle Well-Known Member Full Member

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    And AJ fans still think he didn't duck Fury.

    Fury offers him over two months to prepare and 60/40 and it's not enough time to be ready, a week isn't enough to prepare the business, and they talk themselves out of it.

    Now he's happy to be the emergency fill in because they assume they'll be fighting Usyk and because of the money from the Arabs. At BEST he ducked Fury at the time because they didn't feel confident and were too greedy. It's on them though.
     
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  14. UnleashtheFURY

    UnleashtheFURY D'oh! Full Member

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    No reason to see Usyk school his son AJ again. If Fury ducks bring on Hrgovic or Zhang/Parker winner.
     
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  15. OldSchoolBoxing

    OldSchoolBoxing Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I think they will pay Ngannou to take a dive so that people will forget AJ's losses to Usyk, AJ will rebuild his career and become a bigger name. And then he'll fight Usyk or Joshua for the undisputed match.

    Ngannou had said by fighting Fury he earned more money than all his UFC fights combined. So he wants that big paycheck from AJ fight.

    Thus, Ngannou will lose to AJ on purpose by KO.