Wilder says Fury rematch next

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  1. pne buz

    pne buz Active Member Full Member

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    Just seen him on you tube on American TV show saying Fury deserves a rematch and we will definitely do it next.Got to take the man at his word given how easy the first fight got made.Can't see Tyson sidestepping it either.He didn't mention Britain though,Las Vegas and New York the only 2 places he mentioned for venues.
     
  2. ButeTheBeast

    ButeTheBeast Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Vegas will take the fight. It's now a huge PPV fight in the States.
     
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    305th Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Frank said Vegas the day after. Tyson will be straight back on it as it will build his US profile quickly.
     
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  4. lewis gassed

    lewis gassed The Bronze Dosser Full Member

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    This fight will rebuild Adelaide Byrd's profile too after it took a bit of a tumble last year.
     
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    Aston Villa Active Member booted Full Member

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    I think Vegas too, more money for Tyson and we can all work out who really won sod the judges verdicts now in Vegas !
     
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  6. Unforgiven

    Unforgiven Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    It'll be great if Wilder and Fury are both true to their words on this happening next.
    Also, it remains to be seen whether WBC will order the mandatory ...... ?

    A rematch makes the most sense.

    As far as "the other heavyweight champion" goes, this development is both good and bad for AJ.
    On the downside, he'd be losing more of the share of the limelight and probably lose at least some of his "A side" financial clout when it comes to getting a fight with the winner.
    On the plus side, he can sit comfortably on the sidelines while Fury and Wilder knock lumps out of each other again, putting mileage on their bodies.
     
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  7. TBC-ASAP

    TBC-ASAP Active Member Full Member

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    Also for as much as he will be given up some percentage points in the contract, you would imagine the overall pie will be getting a fair bit bigger.

    This is assuming he does not go on to fight Whyte the Chinese dude and Miller.
     
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  8. Unforgiven

    Unforgiven Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Good point.

    Chinese dude ?
     
  9. channy

    channy Active Member Full Member

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    That's what I'm thinking.

    Who is the Chinese Dude??
     
  10. TBC-ASAP

    TBC-ASAP Active Member Full Member

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    A few people have mentioned Junlong Zhang
     
  11. mcvey

    mcvey Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I'm not convinced Wilders team will want this again,I tend to think they will be looking to cash in with AJ rather than risk losing in a rematch.
     
  12. Unforgiven

    Unforgiven Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    They are stuck in a difficult spot.
    Neither option is ideal at this stage for them.
     
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    red_roo Member Full Member

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    Rematch will happen first , that's where da big money will be AJ will be made to wait , probably fight da winner of Fury / Wilder Rematch
     
  14. MeatFeastMan

    MeatFeastMan Active Member Full Member

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    And this time Tyson will get what is rightfully his. He will be even lighter this time around. And let's be honest, the Fury we saw on Saturday night wasn't even close to the one we saw in 2015. The movement wasn't quite there, it still needs some work. Wilder's team can act like that was the best Fury but it wasn't. And what they also can't dispute was that it was THE BEST Wilder in that ring. Because that's what it was. He's 33, not going to get any better.

    And they can't play the suspicious judging card anymore. We've had a few too many recently, and Al 'Moneygrabber' Haymon and his lot know it. If Fury gets below 250, which I'd say is the ideal weight now (Would have been in the high 230's in his first career but that's not possible anymore) then Wilder has no chance in the rematch.

    But unfortunately the fight won't happen anyways. We all know Wilder and his team are going to run away with the belt they should have lost. And then they are going to come out with the 'Fury's team wanted unreasonable terms' or 'Fury didn't really want it'. Give me a break Deontay, give me a break. YOU ARE FOOLING NOBODY.
     
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  15. Robney

    Robney ᴻᴼ ᴸᴼᴻᴳᴲᴿ ᴲ۷ᴵᴸ Full Member

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    If Fury thought he got jobbed in LA, he hasn't seen anything yet. Wilder probably doesn't even need KD's to keep his belt over there.
     
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