Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by TEAM_LOMA, May 18, 2019.
Why he running then?
He had a monster deal with espn
also why would he want to get robbed on showtime again?
Because hearn has priced fury and wilder out and ruined the division- what else can they do but do the same as A.J and Hearn have done for the last few years and earn easy money
Yeah right, that deal with espn would have still been there, and like I said, Wilder was willing to fight him anywhere he wanted to fight.
Hearn ain't got nothing to do with a Fury and Wilder fight.
Still love the fact that these threads always end up focused on wilder and fury with no mention of why A.J is not taking part in any meaningful fights?
He has a lot to do with it, because he has manipulated the division by ensuring neither Fury or Wilder can take a fight with A.J through imposing impossible splits/terms
Hearn's influence on shaping the direction of the heavy weight division has been whittled down because Wilder and Fury has demonstrated that a fighter does not have to go through Joshua to make big money.
There are pros and cons for each of the top three but until they fight each other we will never know. Think of the fights we could have, it could be an epic era between three heavyweights of differing styles. Instead we are seeing a slow paced chess game between media giants and promoters
I agree. Too bad he’s fighting the Shwartz
I've got a feeling he's going to struggle to put away Schwartz, Schwartz who is defo a lesser fighter than Breazeale thus far in his career.
Your excuses for why fury tucked tail and jumped ship refusing to fight Dw again is pathetic.
Fury knows he couldn't run for 12 rounds VS a ill prepard Dw, he knows the Dw of now that knows him inside and out with his timing already perfected its truly a total mismatch with only 1 possible outcome, Dw by stoppage
He wasn't willing to fight AJ on DAZN for 100$ mil....
Is this statement based on facts? All I am reading is your opinion.