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    Fury and Joshua to box in Saudi on august 14

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    Quote Originally Posted by helge View Post
    Fury and Joshua to box in Saudi on august 14
    When was the last time two Brits fought for a unification heavyweight title bout?
    Last edited by beachbound; 17-05-2021 at 05:23 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachbound View Post
    when was the last time to Brits fought for a unification heavyweight title bout?
    Never

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    Heavyweight division leaves a lot to be desired, these days.

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    Tyson Fury has been ordered to fight Deontay Wilder for a third time, casting doubt over a proposed August super fight with Anthony Joshua.
    Fury, 32, won the WBC world heavyweight title from Wilder in a rematch in February 2020 after an initial draw.

    The pair were due to fight again but delays caused by the Covid-19 pandemic prompted Fury to seek an alternative.
    On Monday a US judge ruled in mediation that Wilder has a right to face Fury for a third time before 15 September.
    Wilder's team had long argued their fighter had a contractual right to a third fight with Fury.
    But after delays caused by the pandemic led to a proposed July 2020 contest being postponed, Wilder's team then sought to move the bout into 2021.
    Fury refused the 2021 date and stated he would move on. That prompted mediation overseen by American judge Daniel Weinstein, who has now sided with Wilder and set a 15 September deadline for a third contest.
    Just 24 hours before Monday's arbitration hearing, Fury confirmed he had agreed to fight fellow Briton Joshua for all four heavyweight world titles in Saudi Arabia on 14 August.
    Joshua's promoter Eddie Hearn has also stated several times that the August bout was in place with terms agreed.
    The mediation outcome does not necessarily mean a Fury-Joshua fight cannot take place in August but fresh deals will now need to be struck for it to do so.
    This could take the form of Wilder being offered a financial sum to allow Fury-Joshua to take place.
    Shalom

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    ...and with the way snub's man Wilder got flattened the last time then a payoff should suit Wilder just fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    snub's man Wilder
    Where are you getting that from? I hate Wilder and was rooting for Fury in that fight.

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    The second one, aye.

    For the first one, as you know, you were in full 'USA!' gear and Fury was some fat limey fall guy.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyrille View Post
    For the first one, as you know, you were in full 'USA!' gear and Fury was some fat limey fall guy.
    Ya nah. I still didn't like him, I just didn't think Fury was going to win, and he didn't. I never rooted for Wilder.

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    Nort Beauchamp vs Sam Goodman

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    8 rounds of featherweight action for the vacant Australian National Boxing Federation Australasian featherweight title.
    Nort Beauchamp, (18-4), the Thai-born, New Zealand based 35-year-old is nicknamed the Assassin from Siam. He weighed in at 56.96kg, just under the featherweight limit.


    Sam Goodman, a 22-year-old from Sydney is 8-0 in his professional career, he too came just in at featherweight, 56.90kg.
    Intense stare...

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    Paul Gallen vs Justis Huni, live heavyweight boxing coverage from Darling Harbour in Sydney - ABC News
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    Someone is sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago ...


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    I hope Huni flattens him, disrespectful twat.


    But no way will I pay an additional $59.90 on top of the monthly Kayo fees to see it happen. (and contribute to his earnings)
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