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Author:  Jermzhi [ Wed Jul 04, 2018 4:06 pm ]
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Ok jermz whether you believe it or not I retract the last 3 words of my early AM post, that was below the belt.

We all want to see this fight, so it's frustrating when fans enable the BS antics from people like Shirly by allowing him lead them down the garden path. We've seen it all before with team Shirley, and it's no coincidence, my 3 yo boy could see whats going on. Wilder fans should be calling him to task instead of enabling it.


Nothing is below the belt here man, i started it :lol:

But im still not agreeing with you man. This is all Hearns handiwork. Hes moving to take as much as the pie as possible. Next hes gonna tell wilder that he has to fight in the UK against one of his fighters to get the crack at AJ.

Author:  aneed123 [ Mon Jul 09, 2018 8:51 am ]
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its like groundhog day from dm to ottke to joe c to hatton yo khan to haye to now Joshua... the fans there are so loyal they will support the fuckery no matter what. wilder done afreed to everything yet hearn keep moving the goal post

Author:  Chrisb [ Mon Jul 09, 2018 12:34 pm ]
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its like groundhog day from dm to ottke to joe c to hatton yo khan to haye to now Joshua... the fans there are so loyal they will support the fuckery no matter what. wilder done afreed to everything yet hearn keep moving the goal post


Wasn't it Wilder who just moved the goalpost back to 50/50?

I'd be worried n would have to triple check my rational if I ever agreed with you on anything boxing related ;)


BTW, $15 Mill is about the same as AJ and Klit made in their fight, Wilder should snap their hand off!

Author:  rj [ Fri Jul 13, 2018 1:34 pm ]
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Now Hearns has dropped it to $12 million for the fight.

Author:  E907777 [ Fri Jul 13, 2018 1:48 pm ]
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Now Hearns has dropped it to $12 million for the fight.


:oops:

Author:  Chrisb [ Fri Jul 13, 2018 8:06 pm ]
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Now Hearns has dropped it to $12 million for the fight.


:oops:


First Wilder's word is Gospel, now Aneeds is!! GTFOH u clowns, this fucker is a coward...

http://www.skysports.com/boxing/news/12 ... ll-be-made

Author:  rj [ Sat Jul 14, 2018 1:53 am ]
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Now Hearns has dropped it to $12 million for the fight.


:oops:


First Wilder's word is Gospel, now Aneeds is!! GTFOH u clowns, this fucker is a coward...

http://www.skysports.com/boxing/news/12 ... ll-be-made


Relax lil guy, only clown around is you.

Author:  Austin_3:16 [ Mon Jul 16, 2018 1:25 pm ]
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i hope to the boxing gods that Povetkin sleeps Joshua. my god that would be glorious.

Author:  E907777 [ Mon Jul 16, 2018 2:12 pm ]
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i hope to the boxing gods that Povetkin sleeps Joshua. my god that would be glorious.


:hearty-laugh: :hearty-laugh: :hearty-laugh:

:thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

Author:  Austin_3:16 [ Tue Jul 17, 2018 9:40 am ]
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Hearn already lining up Dillian Whyte for that infamous April 13 date. :hearty-laugh:

chrisb, besides feeling utterly obligated to the cause, how can you defend this shit when they already had Povetkin lined up immediately after Parker, now they got Whyte lined up months before Povetkin even happens?? Doesnt it show they're not really interested in Wilder when they already have these fights lined ASAP?? I mean come on, whats 1+1?? :kopfpatsch:

Author:  Chrisb [ Tue Jul 17, 2018 2:17 pm ]
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Hearn already lining up Dillian Whyte for that infamous April 13 date. :hearty-laugh:

chrisb, besides feeling utterly obligated to the cause, how can you defend this shit when they already had Povetkin lined up immediately after Parker, now they got Whyte lined up months before Povetkin even happens?? Doesnt it show they're not really interested in Wilder when they already have these fights lined ASAP?? I mean come on, whats 1+1?? :kopfpatsch:


:iamwithstupid: Besides the fact there's a contract there for Wilder to sign meeting the agreed terms, AJ must be running from that chicken arm power. USA Baby! No one been this good since Bowe, just look at the killers big bird has detonated...


1st Ethan Cox, wasn't ranked
2nd Shannon Gray, wasn't ranked
3rd Richard Greene Jr, wasn't ranked
4th Joseph Rabotte, ranked 393rd in the World
5th Charles Brown, wasn't ranked
6th Kelsey Arnold, wasn't ranked
7th Travis Allen, wasn't ranked
8th Jerry Vaughn, wasn't ranked
9th Ty Cobb, ranked 399th in the Heavyweight World
10th Alvaro Morales, wasn't ranked
11th Dustin Nichols, wasn't ranked
12th Shannon Caudle, wasn't ranked
13th Harold Sconiers, wasn't ranked
14th Dan Sheehan, wasn't ranked
15th DeAndrey Abron, wasn't ranked
16th Reggie Pena, wasn't ranked
17th Damon Reed, ranked 304th in the World
18th Dominique Alexander, wasn't ranked
19th Daniel Cota, ranked 489th in the World
20th David Long, wasn't ranked
21st Marlon Hayes, ranked 368th in the World
22nd Jesse Oltmanns, ranked 492th in the World
23rd Owen Beck, wasn't ranked
24th Kertson Manswell, ranked 310th in the World
25th Damon McCreary, ranked 357th in the World
26th Kelvin Price, wasn't ranked
27th Matthew Greer, ranked 325th in the World
28th Audley Harrison, ranked 136th in the World
29th Siarhei Liakhovich, ranked 43rd in the World
30th Nicolai Firtha, ranked 121nd in the World
31st Malik Scott, ranked 86th in the World
32nd Jason Gavern, ranked 194th in the World
33rd Bermane Stiverne, ranked 4th in the World
34th Eric Molina, ranked 37th in the World
35th Johann Duhaupas, ranked 34th in the World
36th Artur Szpilka, ranked 24th in the World
37th Chris Arreola, ranked 43rd in the World
38th Gerald Washington ranked 41st in the World
39th Bermane Stiverne “inactive for two years and UNRANKED at time of fight"
40th Luis Ortiz - ranked 6th (39 years old)

Author:  aneed123 [ Tue Jul 17, 2018 4:33 pm ]
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none of that changes the duckin fuckery of aj and hearn

Author:  Chrisb [ Tue Jul 17, 2018 5:29 pm ]
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none of that changes the duckin fuckery of aj and hearn


Yeah, presenting a signed contract with the agreed terms is nothing but a duck. :hearty-laugh:

Wilder and Showtime want AJ so bad they hope Povetkin KO's him. Why on earth would they sign the contract they agreed (making 15 large with the potential of becoming/gaining the biggest star in boxing) when they can fight another 7 cans (making the same for Wilder and more revenue for Showtime) and retain the belt another 3 years. It's a no brainer when u do the math and realize chicken jaw got no chance. Team Wilder got it all figured out, as they have for the last 40 fights.

Author:  Icecold323 [ Wed Jul 18, 2018 9:08 am ]
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Funny how they allowed Big Baby bitch Miller there at the presser for Joshua-Povetkin for some staged hype but they didn’t want any parts of that with Deontay :lol: :lol:

Author:  E907777 [ Wed Jul 18, 2018 9:10 am ]
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Funny how they allowed Big Baby bitch Miller there at the presser for Joshua-Povetkin for some staged hype but they didn’t want any parts of that with Deontay :lol: :lol:


They don't even want Wilder's ass in the country

Author:  Austin_3:16 [ Wed Jul 18, 2018 9:14 am ]
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so its Whyte and then Miller after Povetkin. :lol:

Author:  E907777 [ Wed Jul 18, 2018 9:17 am ]
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so its Whyte and then Miller after Povetkin. :lol:


:kopfpatsch:

Author:  Chrisb [ Wed Jul 18, 2018 9:20 am ]
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Funny how they allowed Big Baby bitch Miller there at the presser for Joshua-Povetkin for some staged hype but they didn’t want any parts of that with Deontay :lol: :lol:


They don't even want Wilder's ass in the country



Nothing to do with Hearn being Millers promoter and giving exposure to his US fighters lol. They scared of Donkey Wilder. Wonder who the WBC installs as mandatory after Brezeale, probably Hughie Fury.

Only one side is trying to make this fight happen. Sign the contract donkey.


https://twitter.com/SkySportsBoxing/sta ... 0439883776

Author:  E907777 [ Wed Jul 18, 2018 9:32 am ]
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Funny how they allowed Big Baby bitch Miller there at the presser for Joshua-Povetkin for some staged hype but they didn’t want any parts of that with Deontay :lol: :lol:


They don't even want Wilder's ass in the country



Nothing to do with Hearn being Millers promoter and giving exposure to his US fighters lol. They scared of Donkey Wilder. Wonder who the WBC installs as mandatory after Brezeale, probably Hughie Fury.

Only one side is trying to make this fight happen. Sign the contract donkey.


https://twitter.com/SkySportsBoxing/sta ... 0439883776


LMAO. Why they go ahead and make the povetkin fight? Why not wait Wilder out, win the war of public opinion that way?

Author:  Chrisb [ Wed Jul 18, 2018 9:51 am ]
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Funny how they allowed Big Baby bitch Miller there at the presser for Joshua-Povetkin for some staged hype but they didn’t want any parts of that with Deontay :lol: :lol:


They don't even want Wilder's ass in the country



Nothing to do with Hearn being Millers promoter and giving exposure to his US fighters lol. They scared of Donkey Wilder. Wonder who the WBC installs as mandatory after Brezeale, probably Hughie Fury.

Only one side is trying to make this fight happen. Sign the contract donkey.


https://twitter.com/SkySportsBoxing/sta ... 0439883776


LMAO. Why they go ahead and make the povetkin fight? Why not wait Wilder out, win the war of public opinion that way?


They're not in the Riddick Bowe business, and unfortunately can't corrupt the WBA how team Wilder do the WBC (just look at Wilders mandatory defences since he won the tilte 3 years ago).

Author:  E907777 [ Wed Jul 18, 2018 10:16 am ]
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Funny how they allowed Big Baby bitch Miller there at the presser for Joshua-Povetkin for some staged hype but they didn’t want any parts of that with Deontay :lol: :lol:


They don't even want Wilder's ass in the country



Nothing to do with Hearn being Millers promoter and giving exposure to his US fighters lol. They scared of Donkey Wilder. Wonder who the WBC installs as mandatory after Brezeale, probably Hughie Fury.

Only one side is trying to make this fight happen. Sign the contract donkey.


https://twitter.com/SkySportsBoxing/sta ... 0439883776


LMAO. Why they go ahead and make the povetkin fight? Why not wait Wilder out, win the war of public opinion that way?


They're not in the Riddick Bowe business, and unfortunately can't corrupt the WBA how team Wilder do the WBC (just look at Wilders mandatory defences since he won the tilte 3 years ago).


Who gives a fuck about the WBA and WBC. Titles don't mean SHIT in boxing anymore, so don't play that card.

Author:  Chrisb [ Wed Jul 18, 2018 10:40 am ]
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Funny how they allowed Big Baby bitch Miller there at the presser for Joshua-Povetkin for some staged hype but they didn’t want any parts of that with Deontay :lol: :lol:


They don't even want Wilder's ass in the country



Nothing to do with Hearn being Millers promoter and giving exposure to his US fighters lol. They scared of Donkey Wilder. Wonder who the WBC installs as mandatory after Brezeale, probably Hughie Fury.

Only one side is trying to make this fight happen. Sign the contract donkey.


https://twitter.com/SkySportsBoxing/sta ... 0439883776


LMAO. Why they go ahead and make the povetkin fight? Why not wait Wilder out, win the war of public opinion that way?


They're not in the Riddick Bowe business, and unfortunately can't corrupt the WBA how team Wilder do the WBC (just look at Wilders mandatory defences since he won the tilte 3 years ago).


Who gives a fuck about the WBA and WBC. Titles don't mean SHIT in boxing anymore, so don't play that card.


If Wilder didn't have the WBC he might be worth $1 million based on his pathetic resume, so the WBC must be worth $14-million alone for this fight!

Whatever you say, the first ever HW unification for all the belts adds value, and gives control to the victor. It's never happened before due to politics, and is why shirley showtime donkey wilder rider won't let it happen now. Only one team unifying titles and facing legit contenders here.

Author:  E907777 [ Wed Jul 18, 2018 10:47 am ]
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Funny how they allowed Big Baby bitch Miller there at the presser for Joshua-Povetkin for some staged hype but they didn’t want any parts of that with Deontay :lol: :lol:


They don't even want Wilder's ass in the country



Nothing to do with Hearn being Millers promoter and giving exposure to his US fighters lol. They scared of Donkey Wilder. Wonder who the WBC installs as mandatory after Brezeale, probably Hughie Fury.

Only one side is trying to make this fight happen. Sign the contract donkey.


https://twitter.com/SkySportsBoxing/sta ... 0439883776


LMAO. Why they go ahead and make the povetkin fight? Why not wait Wilder out, win the war of public opinion that way?


They're not in the Riddick Bowe business, and unfortunately can't corrupt the WBA how team Wilder do the WBC (just look at Wilders mandatory defences since he won the tilte 3 years ago).


Who gives a fuck about the WBA and WBC. Titles don't mean SHIT in boxing anymore, so don't play that card.


If Wilder didn't have the WBC he might be worth $1 million based on his pathetic resume, so the WBC must be worth $14-million alone for this fight!

Whatever you say, the first ever HW unification for all the belts adds value, and gives control to the victor. It's never happened before due to politics, and is why shirley showtime donkey wilder rider won't let it happen now. Only one team unifying titles and facing legit contenders here.


Legit contenders??

Author:  Icecold323 [ Wed Jul 18, 2018 11:07 am ]
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Your boy started all this with not wanting the stare down. Bottom line. Wilder agreed to go then joshua bitched up claiming to not want the staredowns but here he is doing it with Miller and before with Wlad. Joshua’s a BITCH

Author:  E907777 [ Wed Jul 18, 2018 11:11 am ]
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Your boy started all this with not wanting the stare down. Bottom line. Wilder agreed to go then joshua bitched up claiming to not want the staredowns but here he is doing it with Miller and before with Wlad. Joshua’s a BITCH


:pimp:

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