The point he was making is no one wants to watch it, there wouldn't be the $50bn they seem to think every fight they're in deserves. He isn't entirely wrong.Fury has said he doesn't want to fight Uysk because it would be "boring"
Gotta hope Wilder sparks Fury this time if we want to see an undisputed title fight. Can't rely on these damn Brits to step up and take the big fights.
His other options would be fighting shitty losers like Dillian Whyte, fighting the already defeated Joshua, or fighting Wilder a fourth time (assuming Fury wins the third fight).The point he was making is no one wants to watch it, there wouldn't be the $50bn they seem to think every fight they're in deserves. He isn't entirely wrong.
Very much so.What a end to a great Trilogy. Props to Wilder for making it all the way to the 11th. I thought that his corner would throw in the towel again but I thought they were given specific instructions to not do it this time. I thought he was gassed by the 6th. His legs were completely shot and it was just pure will that was keeping him upright.
Fury has to be one of the best boxers I have ever seen in my lifetime. For such a big guy his head movement and foot work is some of the best I have ever seen. He has that old school style and is phenomenal in the clinch. It was the clinch that wore Wilder out. The way he leans on his opponents, throws in the body shots and uppercuts. You could see Wilder go to his knees after some of the clinches. That old school dirty boxing.
Fury also showed how tough he is. Getting knocked down twice in the same round and getting up. Most fighters would have been done. For such a big dude, he has such great endurance. He was never letting up.
I don't know where Wilder go's from here. You can't teach him how to box this late in his career. He still has that nasty right hand that could knock anyone out. Wilder Ruiz would be interesting. Maybe Wilder Joshua.
I don't know what you do with Fury. Is there anyone in the heavy weight division that could come close to beating him?
It really did feel like that. The crowd was pretty much up on their feet for like half the fight. 4 knock downs and the 5th declaring the winner. You can't ask for more.It was like watching two Greek gods duke it out atop Mount Olympus. Magnificent. The trilogy fight lived up to all the hype and then some. I'm still glowing from it this morning. Wow, what a fight!
Biggest fight of the year so far tomorrow.
Jermell Charlo vs Brian Castano for the undisputer super welterweight championship of the world.
Titles on the line:
Charlo's WBA (Super), WBC, IBF, and The Ring Magazine
A true undisputed championship. As long as we get a winner, it will be only the seventh undisputed men's champion in the four belt era (since 2004): Bernard Hopkins, Jermain Taylor, Terence Crawford, Oleksandr Usyk, Teofimo Lopez, and Josh Taylor were the others.
And the best part is it's not even a PPV. The fight card will air on Showtime tomorrow at 9:00 PM Eastern.
Charlo is the slight favorite but it should be a great fight. Both guys will be the best opponent either has faced.