Tyson Fury (Lineal, RING & WBC) vs. Anthony Joshua (WBA, IBF, WBO & IBO)

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Fury vs. Joshua Winner and How?

  • Tyson Fury Stoppage

    Votes: 19 17.6%
  • Tyson Fury Decision

    Votes: 66 61.1%
  • Anthony Joshua Decision

    Votes: 4 3.7%
  • Anthony Joshua Stoppage

    Votes: 19 17.6%

  • Total voters
    108
Aug 19, 2020
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It's nice that Hearn and AJ are "comfortable" but what about Warren, Arum and Fury? I just watched the Warren interview this is all getting very tedious now if contracts aren't signed by the end of the week and an announcement made from both sides confirming it's on then I'd be happy to see Tyson Fury fight someone else this summer, Joshua's had a fight this year but Fury is yet to get out and he can't just not fight in the hope that eventually this undisputed clash will get made, even if it is to go ahead in August that's a long time between fights and I don't want to hear any excuses so I'd be happier if they fought in December with both men in a tick over beforehand
 

Ar558a

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If thats true that is pretty good. EH thinks the PPV will do 3m in th UK at £30 a pop so thats another £90m ($126m) which takes us to $275m before international rights are sold. This could easily get to $400m.
 

Ar558a

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Arbitrator rules in favour of Wilder:


Hopefully he takes step aside money. I think Fury will look to make an example of him if they do get around to fighting.
A "Retired Judge" what actual authority does he have. I'm guessing they just ignore it, it looks like he is a US judge so unless the IBF (who are US based) have a problem I don't see how this can affect two UK fighters fighting in Saudi Arabia?
 

Tko6

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A "Retired Judge" what actual authority does he have. I'm guessing they just ignore it, it looks like he is a US judge so unless the IBF (who are US based) have a problem I don't see how this can affect two UK fighters fighting in Saudi Arabia?
I'm inclined to think that this was nothing more than a smart investment by Wilder. A few thousand dollars on lawyers, and he gets millions more in step aside money.

I guess we'll find out soon enough.
 
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A "Retired Judge" what actual authority does he have. I'm guessing they just ignore it, it looks like he is a US judge so unless the IBF (who are US based) have a problem I don't see how this can affect two UK fighters fighting in Saudi Arabia?
Arbitrator would have been appointed by the courts. So this will be legally binding.
 

Tko6

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Arbitrator would have been appointed by the courts. So this will be legally binding.
This is probably the only time I'll check if Dwyer does a video on the topic. He has a legal background and has dealt with sporting issues for Andre Ward iirc. I saw some random comment on YouTube saying that Fury can appeal to have judgement thrown out, but I haven't seen anyone with a legal background say anything yet.
 
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A "Retired Judge" what actual authority does he have. I'm guessing they just ignore it, it looks like he is a US judge so unless the IBF (who are US based) have a problem I don't see how this can affect two UK fighters fighting in Saudi Arabia?
Yeah the article is a little light on the details for example why are they concluding that the fight is off or delayed because an arbitrator ruled in Wilder's favour? As you said they can just ignore him and if they can't then we need to know why not.

Although I want to see undisputed I've always voiced my dissatisfaction at Fury skipping out on Wilder, Wilder gave him a voluntary crack they came away even so Wilder offered him another go and all that man asked is that if he lost he could have another crack at the title that he didn't have to let Fury challenge him for in the first place.

He skipped out on Klitschko and then Wilder when both fighters had rematch clauses, I hope he does fight Wilder next, settle that and then go fight AJ or if Wilder's happy to step aside no problem