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Should Anthony Joshua and Tyson Fury fight in the Middle East because it's the only way to get the money?
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Wherever it happens Tyson fury will win.
- 1 month ago
Ideally it should be in front of 90,000 fans at Wembley stadium we all know that but they can't do that so it seems the middle East is the only place that can accommodate the fight this year. It'll still do huge numbers on the PPV though.
- ?Lv 71 month ago
They can make more money in the United kingdom because both of them are household names their, and that is where they're from.
- snafuLv 71 month ago
The bout needs a crowd, and as I read somewhere, the Middle East may be the only place able to provide one as everywhere else will still have Covid restrictions.
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- ?Lv 41 month ago
They're both multi-millionaires so I don't care about how much money they get or don't get. I care about the networks charging over the odds for the PPV depriving many who have lost their jobs and are struggling to make ends meet.
I want to see the fight but I won't be ripped off, I'll gladly watch it the next morning for free if the pricing is abusive, I'm not a mug. Making rich people richer whilst the poor man has nothing isn't something I will be part of.
- AdamLv 71 month ago
If the fight happens I hope it happens in the UK as the interest will be unreal. Wembley stadium could be filled 10 times over. However I'll not knock fury if the Saudis offer him a boat load of cash to fight there. AJ considering his stance on human rights and statements I would consider a bit of a hypocrite if he does take the cash to fight there.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Tyson Fury won't fight Anthony Joshua because he is out of shape and not interested in boxing anymore. AJ needs to find a new opponent for himself.