Think of a boxer and you will find hatred for them on boxing forums.Coming on here I have to admit has been an eye opener to the ridiculous hatred pored on AJ. The bright side for me is if he does beat Ruiz in Nov I'll know all you lot will be crying about it as well!
I'd be interested to know who is trolling and who is genuinely that blinded by bias and knee jerk reactions. Price has struggled with domestic level bouts, been KO'd multiple times by ageing gatekeepers, euro level fighters etc, while Joshua has lost once, having operated at world level for a few years. Laughable to pick Price.
There is a bunch of people who dislike him a lot. I am not a fan, due to finding his persona a bit fake, and the hype from some quarters over the top, but I remain objective. His step up has been one of the fastest we have seen in a British boxer, his record up until Ruiz was brilliant for someone with his number of fights, and he's been great for British boxing.A lot of people in here hate AJ so much they actually believe he would lose to anyone.... I'd like to see some of them take him on. Be hilarious to watch them KO'd into next tuesday!
That's an extremely hard question before saturday I would have said AJ easy. Now it's clear he needs to show he can fix the mistakes and learn to fight the style required to beat Ruiz and then win the Rematch to make him no 1. I guess I would say he is tied with Wilder for no1 even though Wilder can't actually Box but that doesn't seem to matter as he always seems to get an opportunity to use the power. I think AJ has the skills to beat Wilder and he could show him up and finish him which Fury couldn't do as he hasn't got the power. I guess Fury would be 3 but I really don't rate him, he spends far to much time dodging and taking the pi## rather than trying to box. Ruiz obviously is 4th but will probably be 1 or 2 if he beats AJ in the Rematch (AJ will retire so wont be in the list). Whyte is clearly 5th and probably could be higher but none of the top 4 will fight him.who do you think is the best heavyweight on the planet today?