Tyson Fairy says the fight is off!

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  1. FastLeft

    FastLeft Well-Known Member Full Member

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    boxers coming off 2 losses should take the fight, or not.
    instead acting like they are still champion.
    that's diva behaviour.

    but I know AJ wants the fight.
    it's Hearn and others who don't want him to sign up for Fury fight
     
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  2. Toney F*** U

    Toney F*** U Boxing junkie Full Member

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  3. SergioJ91

    SergioJ91 Member Full Member

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    Seems like Hearn may have stepped in and canceled this fight. I think AJ did want it, but Hearn doesn't want AJ to lose 3 in a row, it would hurt his business.
     
  4. Perkin Warbeck

    Perkin Warbeck Richard IV Full Member

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    Fury is a mentally ill liar.

    I'm sick of his childish nonsense.
     
  5. The Clan

    The Clan Well-Known Member Full Member

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    He’s been the face of their platform forever yet he’s still got the best resume in the division

    Every fights a risk but there’s less to lose in fighting and losing to Fury than someone else further down the rankings
     
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  6. MrBarry465

    MrBarry465 Active Member Full Member

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    So Warren is saying they are still trying to make the fight and conversations went well today. He also said Hearns team still haven't sent the contract back with the "amendments" they wanted.

    To me it's fair that Fury could be annoying about this but Hearn is also protecting Joshua.
     
  7. UmarIFLUmar

    UmarIFLUmar Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Joshua hasn't fought on Dazn yet? Not in the UK anyway.
     
  8. On The Money

    On The Money Dangerous Journeyman Full Member

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    Joshua was always a fraud about cash and a fake PR image, not fights or fans.
     
  9. The Clan

    The Clan Well-Known Member Full Member

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    it’s not Hearns decision!

    AJ wants the fight and if Eddie gets in the way Joshua will offer him the opportunity to step out and not be involved but the fight will get made without him.

    Joshua has been his own boss for about the last 5 years and Hearn works more for him than with him
     
  10. Toney F*** U

    Toney F*** U Boxing junkie Full Member

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    Definitely not, this is a huge money fight and AJ seems like he’s on his way out anyway. It’s just more bs from Fury.
     
  11. lordlosh

    lordlosh Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Muhahhaaha, some of the Fury fans are so low bro. HE clearly never wanted the fight, and hell yeah they blame Joshua, for Fury being bipolar once again on Twitter.

    You got zero, and i mean absolutely zero credibility bud.

    You can't sign a contract for such a big fight in a week. But yeah let's blame the DAZN automatically, cause i'm a fanboy of fat fart Fury.
    There is legal stuffs, and there is lawyers that are looking into the contract and send it back and so, because there is sponsors, there is commercials, how the money will be pay, and million stuffs.

    Let's not forget that Warren/Fury did the same b.c. to Whyte, and his lawyers messed up the payment, and it wasn't specified when he will received the money, they wasn't in escrow account or whatever stuff they are using. And you know what Warren have to said about that? He said, eh you shouldn't have rush and sign the contract .....

    No one that wants to make a fight, and want to fight the X guy will put a ridiculous deadlines like Fury is constantly doing.

    AJ already already agree his b.c. terms for December 3rd, when the fight could easily been in the December 17th, when AJ would have more time to prepare properly.

    And even you don't believe Fury excuse that he wants to fight Usyk on February/March(ain't going to happen if he fights on December). And anyone with more than 2 brain cells knows this.
     
  12. lordlosh

    lordlosh Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Yeah Whyte is 100% spot on.
     
  13. drenlou

    drenlou Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Joe Joyce.... oh MB!:lol:
     
  14. lordlosh

    lordlosh Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Joshua is working with DAZN for quite some time. His matches are on there for quite some time as well. He sign the exclusive deal before Usyk rematch, and Usyk rematch was exclusively on DAZN. But Saudi giving money, and keeping all the right for themselves, so they can sell it and get money backs. They sold it to Sky.

    DAZN can't block this fight, cause a lot of people will riot on their platform if they do this. Ain't happening going against this match.

    The fight it's going to be on both platform simple as that. It's Fury who is talking s**** as usual.
    Warren said the fight it's still on, and they still try to make the fight, but that Fury is just impatient.
     
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  15. The Clan

    The Clan Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Answer me this then,
    Why place a deadline on it?

    Only if you want out and need to manufacture a way to do it
    No need for a deadline, it’s a completely unwarranted fabrication

    Fury knows that the contract wasn’t even sent to Matchroom till almost 2 weeks after publication of the offer to Joshua. Frank Warren said it live on Talksport just over a week ago. When asked if the contract had been sent he said ”No! But They’ll have the contract in the next couple of days or so”.

    Fury never thought Joshua would go for the fight immediately after losing to Usyk, he offered a fair split of 60/40 because he was absolutely 100% certain that AJ would need a comeback fight first and was then locked in when Joshua accepted. Next came the date Joshua wanted December 17th, Fury initially said November which he knew would be seen by all as unacceptable so went for the first date in December, the 3rd. When Joshua agreed to that it was squeaky bum time and he’s been looking for a way out since, hence the ridiculous 5pm deadline issued in the crowd at the Joyce/Parker fight giving just 48 hours notice.

    Fury knows the terms are accepted, Joshua responded straight away saying unequivocally that he’d sign the contract as soon as the Broadcasting Rights companies lawyers agreed. Fury knows that won’t happen in a rush because BT & SKY aren’t cowboys and will complete their due diligence before signing on.

    The blokes a disgrace for treating the fans like cnuts and I’m done with him, I’ll never pay to watch another of his fights
     
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