Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by themaster999, Oct 20, 2021.
I liked it when he got up after 7 seconds against Povetkin.
Haha, it was inspirational mate. He could have easily have carried on. Poor reffing.
How did I work it out? Easy.
My memory goes back further than four weeks, unlike you two alcohol-drenched, pot-bellied Goldfish.
12 December 2015 Anthony Joshua vs. Dillian Whyte 699,000
28 July 2018 Dillian Whyte vs. Joseph Parker 571,000
22 December 2018 Dillian Whyte vs. Derek Chisora II 532,000
20 July 2019 Dillian Whyte vs. Oscar Rivas 368,000
22 August 2020 Dillian Whyte vs. Alexander Povetkin 337,000
27 March 2021 Alexander Povetkin vs. Dillian Whyte II 197,000
Joseph Parker's London fight with Dillian Whyte is on the verge of selling out two weeks after tickets went on sale. Organisers are looking at ways to squeeze more seating into the venue to meet demand.
Whyte-Chisora card is now sold out, as roughly 19,000 tickets have been sold to the event.
Non-title fights too.
Fury vs Tom Schwarz NON-TITLE
5,500 tickets sold and 1,200 or so given away for free
Yeah because you can't get anything up in 7 seconds.
Mate, now don’t cry and run away from the forum after reading this ...
Whyte doesn’t deserve a title shot, he got eliminated by Povetkin, in a title elimination fight , now, call me old fashioned but when you lose eliminations you go to the back of the line , not hide behind your promoters check book
Oh, and don’t get me started on the drug cheating, head butting, point deducting, fight ducking and hahaha “winning” a split versus 100 defeats Chisora whilst spinning around and falling through the ropes
He will never be a world champion
Fury gave us more entertainment in his last fight alone than Whyte has in his entire career.
Whyte's most entertaining moments have been when Joshua twisted him around the ropes and Pedvetkin chopped him down like a tree, stiff as a board.
You carnt call the Chisora fights entertaining they were both life and death as was Parker where if there was 1 more round he would have been stopped and only won because of a headbutt KD.
Then there are fights like Wach where he was fat as a pig and struggled.
Whyte is shocking and has managed to carve a career where he has had multiple PPV bountys on the back of getting stopped by AJ so hats off to him for that but no way does he deserve a 45% split vs Fury and I'm glad he won't be getting it. Should be 80 20 or 75 25 at the most and Whyte should be happy with that.
If not fight a bum on PPV and cry about never getting a shot we don't really care.
That just shows Whytes PPV figures are well on the slide
That was the first thing I noticed too - bizarre to use those stats to make a convoluted point about popularity.
With those stats, in 5 years time, he'll be fighting David Haye on PPV with these numbers: 2 blokes and a whippet.
It’s almost as if Vegas is 5000 miles from the UK. When Shyte fought in America there was about 12 people watching.
So his pulling power and worth has slowly declined for the last two years, you’d admit yourself
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hahaha the irrational hate continues.
Reality: Covid hit, and from 2020 Onwards boxing events cancelled and at a reduced capacity.
Whyte Haters: "Oh what! No one attending Whyte's shows anymore??? Hurrr Durrr"
Now I remember why I left the forum, 5% are smart, the rest are you guys.
Anyways, nobody can shutdown my point. Whyte's PPV buy consistently higher than Furys for non-title fights.
You'll never defeat that fact.
Even his lowest PPV count is higher than 99% of boxers active today.
And when Fury fought in the UK, nobody gave a ****. So he ran away.
If that point is convoluted, then the problem is with you.