The arrogance of Anthony Joshuas twitter poll for his next opponent

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  1. DanielDimov

    DanielDimov Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I don't rate Kownacki high too... But anyways Martin does look better for now, but honestly he didn't throw a single punch against Joshua, that was the worst HW title fight ever.
     
  2. HEADBANGER

    HEADBANGER TEAM ELITE GENERAL Full Member

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    Hearn offers Whyte a career high pay day of £4m, whilst Joshua would no doubt make a career high pay day of about £20m due to insane ppv sales in the UK and a 80'000 sell out at Wembley

    that works out about a 83/17 split for Joshua and you think Whyte should be delighted by this career high payday?

    Hearn and Joshua have been touting a rematch with Whyte throughout his last 4 fights - Helenius, Browne, Parker, Chisora, everytime its win this fight for a Joshua rematch

    Its like I keep saying, Hearn and Joshua are not interested in legacy, its all about greed over legacy for them and its why the British public are starting to see through the bull****

    The April 13th date has left them with egg on their face :eusa_dance:

    The 3 opponents AJ said to choose from in his next fight are not his opponent, I never saw the droopy tits Miller option on there :sisi1
     
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  3. Reppin501

    Reppin501 The People's Champ Full Member

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    I've missed these hard hitting, irrefutable, fact based posts...there is no argument to be made against the OP's statement.
     
  4. Leeroy84

    Leeroy84 New Member Full Member

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    Nope, I am not delighted, I also think Whyte is worth more.... I was just stating facts

    Nobody should ever refuse 40% to face the champ (and in Wilders case, even on his home soil!)

    Fury wants to prepare more before AJ and Whyte thinks he's worth more, Wilders just plain scared IMHO

    Fury v AJ for Unification before the end of the year

    Wilder may get 25% next year in good will

    EDIT - hopefully Whyte beats Breazeale and puts himself in the frame for the WBC too... about time he deserves it after his recent run
     
  5. HEADBANGER

    HEADBANGER TEAM ELITE GENERAL Full Member

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    I know its only February but this is already an outstanding candidate for 'Post of the Year' from ESB ATG Reppin501, its a wonderful summary jam packed to the brim with incisive cutting edge analysis, in combination with a gentle twist of rock solid irrefutable scientific fact :coleman::eatingburger:baloon::couch::cop1:

    Expect a decanter of the finest Dandelion & Burdock that money can buy to be delivered within 2 working days :ole:
     
  6. Lith

    Lith Well-Known Member Full Member

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    I've long said that Martin's fight against Joshua really didn't do Martin justice, I expected him to give AJ more of a test than people expected - but it was clear before the bell even rang that he went into a bit of a "deer in the headlights" mode at the sheer intensity of the event. Never saw him as a legit titleholder, but he's not as bad as he looked.
     
  7. HappyClappy

    HappyClappy Member Full Member

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    Im a Fury fan for the record. But im not sure what Joshua is meant to do here? Fury/Wilder tied up with each other. Whyte wanted a better deal on the rematch clause and has been beaten by Joshua already. Povetkin, Takam, Klit, Brezeale have already been beaten too.

    Other than maybe Usyk, who else is left other than Miller? Pulev? Dear me. I think AJ is as fake as they come, but im not sure he can be blamed for other fighters not taking career high paydays and swerving him.

    If this was Finkel or Fishnets or Arum etc pulling the strings instead of Eh Day, he wouldnt be copping anywhere near as much flack.

    Anyway, Fury for Prez!
     
  8. DanielDimov

    DanielDimov Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Well he is a professional boxer in the HW division, that says enough. He has some skills but he has definitely some kind of mind issues especially talking stuff like he is walking on earth like god..
     
  9. Nonito Smoak

    Nonito Smoak Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Pacquiao did the same thing back in 2010. Went on to fight a guy that was ranked somewhere comfortably outside of the 250 best boxers in the world... Nobody cares about a damn poll.
     
  10. 46and0

    46and0 It's irrefutable. Full Member

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    Glass Jaws exist in boxing. Anthony Jawshua has one. End of discussion.
     
  11. Liquorice

    Liquorice Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Lol I don't watch the racist pricks fight's..
     
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    46and0 It's irrefutable. Full Member

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    Spellbinding post by a poster at the peak of his mercurial powers. Cordial salultations!:pontiac::treadmill::rambo::nusee:
     
  13. Liquorice

    Liquorice Well-Known Member Full Member

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    No , it was superior.
     

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