Jun 25, 2016 -- 4:07PM, Biscar Two from a mile back wrote:
Isn't there a British boxing board rule about beards ?
In what way?
Jun 25, 2016 -- 4:13PM, johnnythebull wrote:
after this we're going to be treated to AJ backpedalling for 12 rounds
Jun 25, 2016 -- 4:00PM, GRANTCKING wrote:
Bet Confirmation - YF2780702922I - Internet Time of bet: 25/06/2016 21:10:38 PrintSelectionsNo. Selections Event Event Date E/W Terms Odds Result1 Under 1.5 Croatia v Portugal(Alternative Match Goals) 25/06/2016 None 1/4 Won2 Under 5.5 Anthony Joshua vs Dominic Breazeale(Total Rounds) 25/06/2016 None 1/5 To Run3 Over 8.5 George Groves vs Martin Murray(Total Rounds) 25/06/2016 None 2/9 To Run4 Chris Eubank Jnr by KO, TKO or Disqualification Chris Eubank Jnr vs Tom Doran(Fight Outcome 5-way) 25/06/2016 None 1/9 Won
Jun 25, 2016 -- 5:51PM, n88uk wrote:
Haye is too slow these days, and too busy fighting bums.
haye is grease lightning compared to AJ
Jun 25, 2016 -- 5:57PM, Zazu wrote:
Haye can lose the weight he was jabbering on about a bellew fight the other dayIf thats Joshua at his best I'd back Haye and definitely fury.Entire cards been shocking other than a few rounds
agree zazu, im convinvced haye and fury both beat AJ, wonder what binman will be next
Jun 25, 2016 -- 5:56PM, Senyatta wrote:
yes whoever pulled haye out of fury fight was very wise. too small now too slow. will still get his wembley fight at some point though
Seemingly with Bellew now. Won't be Wembley, but will be PPV.
Probably his only route to big money, Fury won't fight him. Joshua is an impossible fight to make probably without Haye taking risks in the first place to go get another belt, which he never does. Hearn has pretty much said this, because Haye will want 50:50, but how can it be 50:50 etc., so they will never negotiate a split.