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They should have got Luis Ortiz and just sold it as "Wilder's best win" and "The man that nearly stopped Wilder", Miller has barely beat anyone in the top 15, Miller has 0 head movement, 0 stamina and about average power its a terrible mismatchI've got no issue with Joshua fighting Miller. Wilder and Fury are tied up with each other and people are fuckin stupid to think that the two of them would have fought anybody else given the circumstances of the first fight. Personally I'd love to see Joshua batter the fat fuck Miller around the ring.
Also fans should stop paying so much attention to Eddie Hearn. It's like fuckers watch every single interview he does and hang off every word he says and then act like abused housewives when something doesn't come to fruition.
I think he wanted Whyte at Wembley but Whyte turned the offer down, which is strange as he says he'll fight anyone...So all that talk from hearn yesterday saying it could be whyte or even fury still ,but miller gets announced later that day . Hes full of shit this was always the fight he wanted.
Whyte could face Breazeale figrst though, so he'd be WBC mandatory as well. So he may not necessarily go after AJ.Eddie Hearn said the WBO will be calling Whyte as mandatory soon so Joshua vs Whyte II will be next, if you listen carefully Eddie tells you all the next fights lol
Miller is going to make almost as much as Wilder did fighting Fury. Serious money.Joshua to make £19.3m and Miller £5.41m for Joshua's US debut. Announcement of fight expected to be made in next 48 hours.
Which is great for the fighters however, not so good for the punters I feel. Stadium/arena prices will rise and whilst the cost of a PPV may not, the frequency of them may well.Serious money alright. But the landscape has changed since Wilder fought Fury. Hearn no longer able to low ball the upper level guys like he has been.
Maybe? But if I think if Hearn thought punters would tolerate higher entrance amounts he would already be charging them.You're right, I guess time will tell.
From my simplistic viewpoint though I don't see Hearn/SKY/Matchroom taking less money from a pie (as it were) in order to give the fighters more.