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Scott Forbes No.1 Fan
Staff member
Dec 21, 2003
To save filling up the fight of the year thread with off topic stuff I thought I would start this.

Interesting GBJ your views on AJ, I thought from what I've seen albeit he has had some pretty easy fighters but he looks the business and will go onto be one of the best heavyweights in the world. But then again lets be honest other than Klitschko it's a pretty sparce division. Haye isn't likely to make a comeback, Chisora got destroyed by Fury and Haye but held his own against Vitali. Then you have Wilder who is undefeated and would be a good match up for Fury or AJ, but I think Fury is likely to face Wladamir if he beats Hammer this weekend.