Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by Scissors, Dec 1, 2018.
is all but confirmed then. Great.
Any decent wildcard options?
This will be the f8ght but the whole nation will want it to be Joshua v Fury. If not I can see alot of fans turning on Joshua
nobody cares about that fight
It’s not happening. There’s a rematch first.
Nobody wants to see the Whyte fight again so what do they do?
Will Wilder and FUry actually rematch next though?
I wouldn't mind them both taking tuneups because that was a war.
Unfortunately Joshua wouldn’t be classed as a tune up for either. There’s nothing I’d love more than AJ v one of these two but as you said if they don’t rematch next then it will be a tune up each.
We should have all 3 face each other more than once. We would get great fights and different outcomes.
But we won't because boxing ****s itself
I doubt fury has a rematch clause and Wilder will avoid him.
I hope so and we get AJ v Wilder in April, Fury can have a tune up. Then September we get the big one. AJ v Fury.
Put Wilder-Fury II on April 13th as well. I know which ****ing fight I'll be watching.
I like that plan.
Fury doesn't need a tune up and even Americans now know Fury is better than Wilder.
So what do you want to happen next? AJ v Fury in April?
I like that plan too.
Really want to see AJ in with one of these next. Let the other one bury the myth of Dillian Whyte
I actually see AJ v Wilder happening April 13th now.
After rigging tonight and getting away with it, Shirley will want to cash out on Wilder.
Tonight has upped their share.
Neither AJ or Wilder will want to go near Fury after seeing him do that following a 3 year lay-off.
Sadly, I think it will be Fury frozen out and can only hope he gets the winner after another fight himself.