Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by BrokerNYC, Sep 15, 2022.
Found Safins burner! Deary me...
Doesn't seem to be a big loss.
Usyk made his way through the Cruiserweight division then moved up to heavyweight... by your logic fighters should just stay in one division their whole career and never moved up to a new division because until about 6 years has passed they won’t have fought/beat everyone in the new division meaning their achievements in that division until then are crap.
My logic isn't that complicated, you're just not getting it right. I don't see why you try to convince me whatever, just go as you see things.
Clearly not me, but nothing will beat you doing a runner on @Brixton Bomber
it’s me according to the man who was ran out of the forum by, yes, myself, @Brixton Bomber. Apparently I’ve taken an interest in midget divisions, which I literally never talk about.
What else to be expected from a dunce like @Brixton Bomber aka @BEATDOWNZ
His bank balance must be as low as his IQ
Judging by some of your comments, you never had one
Like you did?
@Aydamn @Vegan Beast @infern0141 at large yet again. People getting banned left and right and the useless moderators do naff all about people like this loser and @Brixton Bomber aka @BEATDOWNZ straddling X accounts.
I wouldn’t mind another ban.
Ortiz never turned Whyte or AJ down to my knowledge. Yes the first fight was a cherry pick gone wrong by Wilder, but Instead of avoiding him afterwards, he went in with him twice more.
I don't see It Usyk v Wilder anytime soon. If they do Usyk will box h in s head off. But I still think Wilder is likely to stop him at some point as I would fancy him to land the bingo shot. Up until that point Usyk would make him look silly. But we all know Usyk can be hit, it's just hard to hit him with 3s and 4s. Unlike AJ, Wilder is not so much a destructive combination puncher but more s knockout single puncher.
According to Whyte in a interview he stated whilst Ortiz was with MR he was offered the Whyte fight and turned it down.
When Miller failed the test Ortiz on social media stated he would be willing to step in and fight AJ. It was well reported that Ortiz was the first guy offered a contract to step in as Miller's replacement which Ortiz turned down. Kownacki then turned it down the offer too stating he is deciding to go in a different direction. Ruiz was the next offered and agreed.
Wasn't that Ortiz manager who messed that up by seriously overplaying his hand amd asking for more? Pretty sure he apologised afterwards about it. Wasn't that Ortiz ducked the fight at all.
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Was Fury II a cherry pick. Fury III?
You can say what you want about the first fight but he knew what he was getting into the second and third times, and even after getting KO’d the second time took Fury to court to enforce a rematch clause for a third fight.
If he’s so scared of fighting top guys, he’d have taken his draw in the first fight and been done with Tyson Fury. Or certainly he would have passed on the third fight.
so Usyk's needing a rest until next year but is talking about lining up Wilder next, not Fury?
Fury has decided to take on AJ because Usyk didn't want the fight this year.
not sure if Usyk's actually serious. Wilder is probably lined up to fight Ruiz, and needs to beat Helenius first.
so I'm not sure how it will all work out.