Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by Scissors, Mar 1, 2019.
I don't care who loses I just want to see them fight!
It's fairly obvious at this point that the businessmen behing AJ, Wilder and Fury have decided to string out the super-fights between them for as long as they can.
They will make these fights when they are getting close to retirement.
Another 2 or 3 years down the road, probably.
If they remain unbeaten against cherry picks and mandatories.
It’s a dangerous game. Whyte is surely coming up as mandatory for Wilder next. I’ve got Wilder as favourite but I wouldn’t back him with total confidence. AJ has got Pulev who’s probably past his best but no mug and possibly Usyk coming up.
I wouldn't be surprised if Joshua gives up a belt some time soon too, for Fury to pick up.
Then they can all be belt holders for a couple of years before unifying.