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Khan especially gets plenty of stick, some of it deserved, but he’s at least never hidden. He’s just not in the class of the true greats
Been a good fun fighter, taking it to the states for a decade...I’ll miss him and love his crack, he’s Ona constant wind up, gets loads hook line and sinker.
Audley Harrison’s been making a bit of a show of himself on Twitter over the weekend!
What’s that daft bass a been saying
 


Haway 501

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Been a good fun fighter, taking it to the states for a decade...I’ll miss him and love his crack, he’s Ona constant wind up, gets loads hook line and sinker.

What’s that daft bass a been saying
Basically spent the past 2 days insisting on being referred to as Sir Audley or King Audley and insulting anyone who disagrees with him.
Also reckons he’s the only person who can turn AJ’s career around
 

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Basically spent the past 2 days insisting on being referred to as Sir Audley or King Audley and insulting anyone who disagrees with him.
Also reckons he’s the only person who can turn AJ’s career around
From "in the elite group" to "a total bum". Aye, I'm sure he could do that nee bother.
I’m not even remotely arsed about this fight
Its a fun scrap, that's how I'm viewing it.
Better than the social media shite, but hardly two fighters in their prime battling it out to prove something.

Mind, I think in their heads, they might just be trying to do exactly that.
 

safc12321

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One of my favourite fighters to watch khan that maidana fight was still one of the best ive watched live. Blokes a true warrior went in against canelo the mad bastard.

That maidana fight was brilliant every khan fights was edge of the seat stuff weather he was knocking them out or getting knocked out himself you had to watch if the bloke had a boxing brain he would have been one of the best just soon as he got hurt instead of holding a taking a knee he tried to fight fire with fire
 

Rizla

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Joshua has fully bottled it.
Makes sense for Joshua, because if he is moving trainers, then getting a preparatory fight with his new people is more sensible than ploughing straight into a rematch which could end his career. It seems the logical choice to me.
 
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bennett83

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Anyone would step aside for £15m. I would fully expect Fury to easily win then retire. Belts get distributed about giving Joshua some easy wins again. Rinse and repeat
I've said all along is ideal to get paid to step aside with a contract to fight the winner for undisputed.
That's where the big money is, and legacy too
 

scotch

Striker
I'm firmly in the "Kahn was a totally different class" camp, he was almost elite - had all the offence, just lacked the defence skills to know how to protect himself.
But I still say this fight will prove nothing.
Kahn v maidana - one of the all time great fights

Joshua has fully bottled it.
Dillian whyte reading this :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

Toronado

Midfield
I've said all along is ideal to get paid to step aside with a contract to fight the winner for undisputed.
That's where the big money is, and legacy too
But his legacy would then involve a step aside which surely weakens it ?!? Would his legacy not be better by beating the man that beat him and then becoming undisputed in the next fight after that ?!?

Again I think he's got a slim chance of beating Usyk or Fury but I could see it going that he takes the step aside, Usyk beats Fury then KO's Joshua in the rematch for undisputed and then his legacy/record/reputation is properly damaged
 
But his legacy would then involve a step aside which surely weakens it ?!? Would his legacy not be better by beating the man that beat him and then becoming undisputed in the next fight after that ?!?

Again I think he's got a slim chance of beating Usyk or Fury but I could see it going that he takes the step aside, Usyk beats Fury then KO's Joshua in the rematch for undisputed and then his legacy/record/reputation is properly damaged
Not really. He steps aside and it is what it is, he’s a 2 time champion already and if he ends up fighting the winner there is no impact on his legacy at all.

He probably beats neither mind, he looks shot to me.
 

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But his legacy would then involve a step aside which surely weakens it ?!? Would his legacy not be better by beating the man that beat him and then becoming undisputed in the next fight after that ?!?

Again I think he's got a slim chance of beating Usyk or Fury but I could see it going that he takes the step aside, Usyk beats Fury then KO's Joshua in the rematch for undisputed and then his legacy/record/reputation is properly damaged
Not at all imo. As long as he fights the winner next, and then defends against Usky if that's the way it goes.
 
Not really. He steps aside and it is what it is, he’s a 2 time champion already and if he ends up fighting the winner there is no impact on his legacy at all.

He probably beats neither mind, he looks shot to me.
So did Rocky in Rocky III after he loses to Clubber Lang but then look what happens after he changed trainer.
 
Surely Dillian has to agree to the step aside? If it all goes to plan the we are looking at the undisputed fight for back end of may/June? Depends on how long Usyk wants to prepare, I think Fury would only want 6-7 weeks.

Whyte vs AJ at Wembley. Think Joshua’s demands would stop it happening like.
 

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