Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by Gregor1987, Sep 10, 2023.
Dubois for me. Box a bit and wait for him to quit
Cheers mate .
Both have declared they are autistic, not sure that means they are the same person.
Only trouble is, will Daniel be recovered for a fight in December? His knees took a bit of a beating again.
Haha that tickled me
Dubois makes sense for all concerned
AJ looks like a stone cold killer in comparison once Dubois bends the knee
Warren cashes out his failed investment
Daniel gets forcibly liberated from boxing and can go and train rabbits or whatever he wants to do instead
Who has more QUIT in them out of AJ and DDD? Common opponent USKY, DDD put it on him for a few rounds and gave him more to think about than anyone else has at heavy, then he QUIT. AJ simply didn’t find the stones to put it on him for 24 rounds , same way he didn’t find the stones to put it on morbidly obese grinning Ruiz in the rematch. So we didn’t get to find out AJs capacity to QUIT because he kind of QUIT before the first bell.
AJ a bigger QUITTER than DDD for me but it’s close, and I’m not certain here.
I disagree. Had Dubois faced the same round 10 AJ did in the 2nd fight he would have taken a knee
Great assessment. At least Dubois has a pop first. Joshua got on his bike against a 20 stone Ruiz because he was scared of getting hit again.
Agree. And would have gone over if he'd faced the 12th round from the 1st Usyk fight.
If Joyce somehow gets the win over Zhang(doubtful) then a JJ/AJ match would make sense
Not for Joyce, AJ probably beats him and he’d be mandatory for WBO.
Joyce gets a payday, job done.
Is Whyte still out of the picture? How long does it take for the drugs to clear out the system?
Whyte doesn't deserve any more decent paydays