Wilder-Fury trilogy plans revealed by Arum

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Ar558a

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I'm sure that will change if Ruiz wins the rematch as the Winner of Wilder v Fury II will want to become undisputed and fight Ruiz. Maybe if they beat Ruiz they will refight the loser but I think they will want to cash in on some easier defences with the "Undisputed" title. If AJ wins this will definitely happen to as neither want to fight AJ and after the first Ruiz lost would never accept less than 50/50 which AJ won't offer if he has 3 belts to the winners one.
 
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I'm sure that will change if Ruiz wins the rematch as the Winner of Wilder v Fury II will want to become undisputed and fight Ruiz. Maybe if they beat Ruiz they will refight the loser but I think they will want to cash in on some easier defences with the "Undisputed" title. If AJ wins this will definitely happen to as neither want to fight AJ and after the first Ruiz lost would never accept less than 50/50 which AJ won't offer if he has 3 belts to the winners one.
Life in the AJ bubble makes for some entertaining posting.
 
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Arum is just trying to secure another big payday even if Fury loses, Wilder will go straight for the winner of Ruiz vs AJ II
 
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In other news the ticket sales for Fury vs Wallin have been released.

3557 tickes where sold. And 3898 complimentary tickets were given out free.

So more free tickets handed then sold. Fury is not quite the big ticket seller as has been claimed by Warren.

Then again he never has been.

Uncle Bob will be desperate to make the Wilder fight and recoup his investment.
 
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in all seriousness, bob is 89. statistically hes not going to make a fight this time next year!
The area I grew up in had a life expectancy for men of 55 years. It was lower than several war zones.

If I hadn't moved, old Bob would have a chance of outliving me, even though he had over 50 years on me.

(It gas improved to about 65 now, but that is still horrendous).
 
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The area I grew up in had a life expectancy for men of 55 years. It was lower than several war zones.

If I hadn't moved, old Bob would have a chance of outliving me, even though he had over 50 years on me.

(It gas improved to about 65 now, but that is still horrendous).
where was that? i live in sw france. people live to about 300 here.
 
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Glasgow..?

Rather area of Calton in Glasgow.
Yes. We lived in various crap bits of Glasgow at different times. Not Calton though, their expectancy was 54!

I can't remember the exact expectancies of the places we lived, but they were all crap, mostly in the 50's or low 60's.

Strangely, all of my family have been long lived, even the really mental ones. None of the close ones live in those places anymore though. Just cousins and the like.
 
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Yes. We lived in various crap bits of Glasgow at different times. Not Calton though, their expectancy was 54!

I can't remember the exact expectancies of the places we lived, but they were all crap, mostly in the 50's or low 60's.

Strangely, all of my family have been long lived, even the really mental ones. None of the close ones live in those places anymore though. Just cousins and the like.
I’d happily die at 30 if I lived in Glasgow to be fair.
 
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I’d happily die at 30 if I lived in Glasgow to be fair.
Ha.

It's actually a pretty good place to live now. Still has really bad bits, but so do most cities in the UK.

I have lived and worked in a few places round the UK and abroad, and the only UK city I prefer to spend any real length of time in is London.

But I will shut up now, because this has nothing to do with Wilder or Fury fighting, unless the rubber match is going to be outside a Glasgow chippy.
 

Ar558a

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Ha.

It's actually a pretty good place to live now. Still has really bad bits, but so do most cities in the UK.

I have lived and worked in a few places round the UK and abroad, and the only UK city I prefer to spend any real length of time in is London.

But I will shut up now, because this has nothing to do with Wilder or Fury fighting, unless the rubber match is going to be outside a Glasgow chippy.
That sounds good to me. And considering the number of tickets Fury can sell maybe outside a chippy will boost his numbers! :rofl