- Oct 17, 2015
i cant understand a word that mushhead says.
The proposed site fee to stage the Tyson Fury vs. Anthony Joshua fight in Saudi Arabia exceeds $150 million, shattering the record for any site fee for a boxing event, according to ESPN's Mark Kriegel.
Fury and Joshua each will net around $75 million, and the rest, several million dollars, will be allocated for "expenses," including to pay for undercard fights.
To put it in context, the site fee for one of Joshua's fights against Andy Ruiz was $60 million, according to The Athletic.
However, nothing is final yet. Matchroom managing director Eddie Hearn received a proposed memorandum of understanding for the fight's financial backers, per sources, but he's still waiting on a legally binding document to make the transaction official.
The Tyson Fury-Anthony Joshua megafight tentatively scheduled for Saudi Arabia could have a site fee of more than $150 million, with Fury and Joshua each netting around $75 million.www.espn.com
Eddie Hearn is a street-level grifter/snake.
Jesus Christ. Wilder should have just stayed hidden for another month or twoApparently everything has been signed as of yesterday:
Then this headache today lol
An arbitrator has ruled that Tyson Fury must face Deontay Wilder in a rematch by Sept. 15. Fury's promoter, Bob Arum, said he'll now target a Fury-Anthony Joshua fight for late this year.www.espn.com
Wilder is a cunt for forcing this, but a rematch clause is a rematch clause.
Oh FFS. I mean naturally I'll watch the fight.
A bit anticlimactic that innit. Pretty much the only upside to this is the possibility of a Wembley fight with a live crowd. I will also watch the fight but can't say I'm going to get hyped up for this oneOh FFS. I mean naturally I'll watch the fight.
Maybe this pushback will change the venue for the fury Joshua fight to Wembley.
I know what date is like tho. Watch wilder go and catch him and fuck everything up