Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by mark ant, Jan 3, 2022.
Who will be the biggest draw in British boxing in 2023?
Just saw in the general that it's definitely Hughie "shades of Ali" Fury.
Conor Benn, i think that's pretty nailed on
If he's still unbeaten by the end of 2023 that is. Would mean another 2 years of the types of match ups he's currently involved in.
No way that a Conor Benn will have a bigger brand than heavyweights like Joshua or Fury. Never in a million years.
A big stiff heavyweight.
I reckon it will be that English Ivan Drago
With Disney entrance music, a beautiful Geordie accent, sublime skills and a dashing robe, he is a sure bet...
It'll be Joshua. Even in defeat he's a bigger name outside of boxing than Fury.
Amazon, Google or Apple for me but Coca Cola and McDonalds are lively outsiders
AJ and Fury might not be around in 2023, both are getting towards there mid 30`s and AJ has a good chance of losing again to Usyk, both may be retired by then, I don`t think Fury will be around for much longer, certainly not years.
They will easily be around in 2023.
And no 10 stone dwarf with shite tattoos from head to toe and a mouth on him like a true halfwit will eclipse Fury and especially Joshua as a brand.
Benn is improving, AJ is coming off a loss and Fury may start slowing down by then.
As improved as he is, I think he's probably hit his ceiling. Especially under Sims.
What does this have to do with his potential as a brand?
Ambrosia Chisora one to look out for along with World War 1 Chisora