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People who actually have retired would have relinquished their belts...

AJ should retire if he loses, he has enough money and all that is left is smaller fights for less money that are leading no where and more chances to destroy any legacy he has left.
Obviously if he wins the TF fight is the obvious option but I think negotiations will be tough as Fury is likely to want 80/20 or something ridiculous so it might be unmakeable. Otherwise I guess it will be a Mandatory (Joyce or Hrgovic i guess?)
Why relinquish your belts if you can hold them longer?

If AJ has 'enough money' why is the split against Fury so important? Legacy is about who you beat not the size of your bank balance.
 

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If you are retired you relinquish the belts because you aren't going to defend them. Saying you are "retired" and not relinquishing is just the usual Fury BS.

Well the same could be said of Fury he doesn't need the money either! Also why would you make probably £100m+ for your opponent while you take a pittance, you would have to be pretty weak pyschologically to take that deal.
Fury's psychological ownership of the division is almost total and his announcing he has retired while keeping a hold of the belt is just a further extension of that. Fury is obviously living rent free in your head as well.
 

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Well only if you think, considering him a contemptable charlatan is but I'm not spending hours a day wanking over the thought of sucking him off like you so I suggest it's you who has the problem.
Look not further than the mirror to see who has the problem and while you are there attend to your tears.
 

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So you are one of these tiny people who spends all day slagging people you disagree with to get your kicks.... Well have fun, I'm not going to feed your desire anymore.
Tiny people? Tiny people like you who post under the pretext 'Fighting the Fury loving Scum'? :ROFLMAO:

You are nothing but a troll and you aren't even good at that because you loose your shit all the time. :ROFLMAO:

Take off with your tail between your legs then. Nobody will miss you. Goodbye.
 

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Yep Eddie Hearn has been hinting about AJ vs Whyte all week.

But given the Meltdown AJ has postfight I think he needs an even more softer touch for his first fight back. Maybe a Hasim Rahman jr a quick demolition job might give him a confidence boost.
So much will depend on AJ's mental state. If he can get his head right, Whyte is probably the right fight.
 

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"I spoke to Eddie and asked him if it's possible to get out in November because momentum is important in boxing. Eddie said December," Joshua said.

The when looks set just a matter of who?
 

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Well firstly I don't agree with your assessment, you don't live with Usyk even in a loss as well as he did without a pretty good skill set. Money is only a motivator so far, AJ has ~£100m, is an extra £20m-£30m for another 4 or 5 fights really gonna get him up in the morning I doubt it. As I said earlier, the only reason he stays is entirely for himself because he likes boxing and wants to improve for his own satisfaction not because it will yield him any praise or money as he wont get even a fraction of that compared to what he has already.
AJ was recently raising the question of why he wasn't receiving the support and respect he thought he deserved.

You seem to hear only what you want to hear.
 

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Only by those of you looking to find reasons to hate him, which you didn't need to as you do already. This is just a passionate guy who has lost his last chance, yeh it was unconventional and maybe not even the way AJ would have chosen with a clearer head but most of what he said wasn't controversial and he paid tribute to Usyk. Only the haters think, this footnote to his career could possibly overshadow all the great nights.
You have conveniently ignored the fact AJ dumped the belts over the ropes during his hissy fit.
 

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Discussion Starter · #65 · (Edited)
If AJ is looking for a bum to fight in December, who better than that fat drug cheat Jarrell Miller?

It would be a judge match of sorts because Miller testing positive led to AJ being humiliated in his US debut by another fat man, the little fat man, Andy Ruiz.

Miller is now ridiculously fat and immobile and not really much different to hitting a heavy bag in the gym.
 

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