Stylish Usyk beats Chisora on points
01/11/2020 | sport | boxing | 377
Oleksandr Usyk earns a unanimous points win over Derek Chisora at Wembley Arena to underline his credentials at heavyweight.
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01/11/2020 00:58:25 6 2
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Good effort with a strong heart by Chisora, but his total lack of movement made Usyk look like Sugar Ray Leonard...
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01/11/2020 00:58:30 28 4
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I have to say, my opinion of Chisora both inside and out of the ring has improved a lot over the last few years. Great effort tonight.
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01/11/2020 10:35:00 7 1
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There is no doubt that Haye's advice on diet and fitness, and Chisora actually listening to it, have helped Chisora immeasurably and allowed him to sustain his career at the top level far longer than anyone thought possible. If he had received/heeded that advice five years earlier in his career, he might have been world champion
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01/11/2020 01:00:04 7 14
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Stylish?..unconvinced did your writer watch the same fight as the rest of us? Usyk was 1/7 odds on .went 12 rounds i think stylish is rather a bad assumption..those odds youd expect a ko before round 5.
Think the editor needs to have a word with this journalist
Stylish pahhh haa haa haa having a laugh aint ya
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01/11/2020 01:11:31 4 2
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You maybe need to understand betting and odds pal
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01/11/2020 02:10:21 2 0
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A boxer being 1/7 to win doesn't mean he is expected to KO the opponent early, just that he is strong favourite to win the fight whether by stoppage or points. Not all fighters are KO merchants and it is their technical skill which brings them the win over 12 rounds.
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01/11/2020 01:00:16 42 4
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I'm probably in the small minority who likes Chisora and he's a hard worker but it's time to call it a day now.
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01/11/2020 12:51:12 3 0
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Yeah, but he's convinced he was ahead on points, deluded fellow, always has been. Another boxer always looking for another pay day, pack it in m8.
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Dad
01/11/2020 01:01:28 4 4
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Retirement beckons.

Why fight on ?

No chance of a title shot.
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01/11/2020 01:41:31 2 2
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Because he's a fighter
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01/11/2020 01:02:58 3 21
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On points? Yawn

Boxing matches should be called No Contests if nobody gets knocked out, that's the only reason people watch it
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01/11/2020 01:03:45 4 12
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Was a good fight to watch.

This was a real test for Usyk.
Chisora gave it all and made it uncomfortable all night.

But the right man won.

Congrats Usyk. The last men standing in the heavyweight division will be Usyk and Fury.

You heard it here first!!!
????????
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01/11/2020 01:09:56 3 1
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Very much doubt you're the first to say that
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01/11/2020 01:04:07 4 3
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As much as I like the guy it's time for Chisora to hang up his gloves. For Usyk this fight was a good gut check in the HW division
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01/11/2020 01:04:12 12 10
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Joshua must have been licking his lips at ringside watching that. I saw a lot of style but no substance from Usyk. He just doesnt look comfortable at heavyweight at all. AJ will bully him, walk down his powderpuff punches and get him in the corner and knock him out.
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01/11/2020 01:12:16 5 1
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I think it’s such an interesting division for a change, there are 4 guys with such different styles and they all look like interesting match ups, like to see Usyk against any of the other 3, or Fury/wilder against AJ, hope they make the most of these match ups, win lose or draw
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01/11/2020 08:09:20 2 0
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Not sure how you see it panning out that way, without being disrespectful, i don,t see Josh having the ability to "walk" him down over 12 rounds. Much more likely is that he,ll swerve him & the WBO belt will come free...although i,ve been predicting that for 2 years so am slightly biased.
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01/11/2020 10:26:32 0 0
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What a daring assumption, my dear couch sitter :-) Will see, give him a chance.
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01/11/2020 01:04:15 23 8
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Usyk had a slick counter punching game plan, but at first Del Boy gave him a headache, harried him, but used up a lot of energy, and after 6 looked spent, got a hiding in the 7th, and I thought showed great heart to take it all the way, when he had to be on vapours and usyk could be more aggressive, but the 2 judges who called it 115-113 must have left the guide dogs at the door! Exciting division
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01/11/2020 01:43:17 6 4
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??????????.

Brilliant line about the two judges.
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01/11/2020 01:03:45 4 12
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Was a good fight to watch.

This was a real test for Usyk.
Chisora gave it all and made it uncomfortable all night.

But the right man won.

Congrats Usyk. The last men standing in the heavyweight division will be Usyk and Fury.

You heard it here first!!!
????????
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01/11/2020 01:09:56 3 1
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Very much doubt you're the first to say that
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01/11/2020 01:10:29 6 3
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Respect to Del Boy, gave his all, left nothing in the tank. Usyk was just a little bit too good for him.
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01/11/2020 01:11:08 8 6
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Usyk stands zero chance against a fighter like Fury, heavyweight just seems too much for him
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01/11/2020 01:00:04 7 14
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Stylish?..unconvinced did your writer watch the same fight as the rest of us? Usyk was 1/7 odds on .went 12 rounds i think stylish is rather a bad assumption..those odds youd expect a ko before round 5.
Think the editor needs to have a word with this journalist
Stylish pahhh haa haa haa having a laugh aint ya
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01/11/2020 01:11:31 4 2
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You maybe need to understand betting and odds pal
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01/11/2020 01:42:25 2 0
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He should also maybe understand boxing more before commenting. Usyk is a cruiserweight so was never likely to have the power to bang Chisora out of it. But he is a very good technician and hence the 1/7 odds. If he was a natural heavyweight with heavyweight power he'd have been 1/25. He'll never topple the top lads, but hopefully that won't hurt his legacy because he's top grade
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01/11/2020 01:04:12 12 10
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Joshua must have been licking his lips at ringside watching that. I saw a lot of style but no substance from Usyk. He just doesnt look comfortable at heavyweight at all. AJ will bully him, walk down his powderpuff punches and get him in the corner and knock him out.
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01/11/2020 01:12:16 5 1
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I think it’s such an interesting division for a change, there are 4 guys with such different styles and they all look like interesting match ups, like to see Usyk against any of the other 3, or Fury/wilder against AJ, hope they make the most of these match ups, win lose or draw
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01/11/2020 01:18:59 3 1
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I just don't see him being able to live with the top guys based on his two fights at this weight. Joshua will destroy him if he takes up his mandatory title shot. Far too early for him he needs more fights. The likes of Parker would be a good fight for him or Ruiz but even then a fit Ruiz beats him in my opinion.
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01/11/2020 01:12:16 5 1
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I think it’s such an interesting division for a change, there are 4 guys with such different styles and they all look like interesting match ups, like to see Usyk against any of the other 3, or Fury/wilder against AJ, hope they make the most of these match ups, win lose or draw
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01/11/2020 01:18:59 3 1
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I just don't see him being able to live with the top guys based on his two fights at this weight. Joshua will destroy him if he takes up his mandatory title shot. Far too early for him he needs more fights. The likes of Parker would be a good fight for him or Ruiz but even then a fit Ruiz beats him in my opinion.
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01/11/2020 03:29:32 4 0
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It’s all about styles, if I’m honest I don’t think Fury or AJ fancy each other, because the match up is horrible 4 both,+ could be a career changer, so they’ll all be inclined to take Usyk, but he’s quicker than any of them, and he has bags more lateral movement and that is dangerous, they have to stop him coz he probably out points them, but he tires a puncher out, I may be wrong, but he’s no mug
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01/11/2020 01:20:10 8 14
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A lot of people will now think that Usyk will present an easy defence for Joshua but they are wrong. The come forward brawling style of Chisora was always going to be a test for Usyk. Joshua will suit Usyk better, where he can slip in and out of range and counter punch and cause a lot of problems. Styles make fights and Joshua style is suited for Usyk. Fury, Wilder, Dubois all beat AJ
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01/11/2020 01:25:10 7 3
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Lol smh. Wilder has no technique. IMO hes an embarrassment to the sport... better yet, his an inspiration to the little guy. Amazing he even held a title, nevermind for so long.
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01/11/2020 01:21:33 4 8
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Bbc who’s you’re reporter it’s awful
!!! Usyk beat Del Boy yes but he looks bang average if he came up against the elite !! Like the Covid pandemic this is is mis broadcasting by the bbc
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01/11/2020 01:21:41 14 4
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Not a bad fight. It went quickly. Chisora started too fast and looked gassed out by the 4/5. I was expecting more tbh.

Usyk great footwork and movement. Brilliant counter punching. I do think the better heavyweights will expose his lack of punching power though.

I dont know why the beeb feel the need to use a picture of AJ pulling his mask off to talk. Trying to stoke some flames?
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01/11/2020 08:38:15 9 2
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Next “Sport” headline will be ‘AJ Apologies For Mask Breach’
After the BBC exposed... yada yada
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01/11/2020 01:23:01 58 4
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The 3 loudest noises documented on earth:

Krakatoa eruption (1883)
Tony Bellew 'coaching' (2020)
Derek Chisora breathing (2020)
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01/11/2020 01:27:20 8 3
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Thank you??!! He does it at AJs fights too smh
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01/11/2020 02:56:20 0 22
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ALSO THE ANFIELD STADIUM !!!
#YNWA
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01/11/2020 15:22:19 1 0
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Why anyone would take advice from Tony Bellew on how to fight Usyk is beyond me. Usyk knocked him silly and retired him, just didn't shut him up
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01/11/2020 01:20:10 8 14
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A lot of people will now think that Usyk will present an easy defence for Joshua but they are wrong. The come forward brawling style of Chisora was always going to be a test for Usyk. Joshua will suit Usyk better, where he can slip in and out of range and counter punch and cause a lot of problems. Styles make fights and Joshua style is suited for Usyk. Fury, Wilder, Dubois all beat AJ
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01/11/2020 01:25:10 7 3
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Lol smh. Wilder has no technique. IMO hes an embarrassment to the sport... better yet, his an inspiration to the little guy. Amazing he even held a title, nevermind for so long.
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01/11/2020 01:25:14 65 8
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'Stylish'? I thought he looked flat, lacked a game plan and struggled with the body shots, none of the top 5 H/W's will be concerned by what they've seen tonight, there was a few flashes of what he's capable of but there's not enough power to stop the big guys coming forward
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01/11/2020 01:30:48 31 6
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Agree - he had to virtually run in the early rounds to keep Chisora off him, if he was a proper heavyweight he'd have been able to use his punch power. Chisora had to tire before a few of Usyk's punches had any effect. Let's hope Joshua forgets Usyk, drops the WBO belt, and fights Fury.
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01/11/2020 01:56:35 6 1
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This bloke talks sense
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01/11/2020 08:43:02 7 0
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Let’s not forget he’s over 3 stone lighter than these big guys. You’ve got to give him the respect he deserved to be jumping in there with them when he could have continued at cruiser and not getting touched. He had to run a bit to ensure the big guy was using energy - but his accuracy is the best in the game!
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01/11/2020 11:27:11 0 0
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Well, a year since Usyk had fought, and his first fight against a supposedly decent heavyweight. "Power" - lots of guys have won fights by boxing over punch power, you've not seen Mayweather for umpteen years? Sure, any Heavy can flatten another, if happening to land (Lewis got KO's twice by lesser mortals when careless) so Usyk's plan would have been to do just what he did.
Typical retarded comment from your average “casual” boxing fan. Removed
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01/11/2020 01:23:01 58 4
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The 3 loudest noises documented on earth:

Krakatoa eruption (1883)
Tony Bellew 'coaching' (2020)
Derek Chisora breathing (2020)
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01/11/2020 01:27:20 8 3
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Thank you??!! He does it at AJs fights too smh
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01/11/2020 01:27:22 3 2
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*Chisora does literally anything*

Bellew: YESSSSS THAT’S IT TAKE TO HIM
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01/11/2020 01:28:36 127 6
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Good fight but Usyk the deserved winner.

A quick word on Wilder after coming out with a video accusing Fury of cheating. He's fast becoming the biggest joke in the boxing world.
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01/11/2020 08:33:30 18 1
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Fury did have something in his gloves...
Some class
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01/11/2020 09:14:08 9 0
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"Fast becoming......" he was already a long way down that path.
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01/11/2020 10:08:53 1 16
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Are you a professional boxer? Most likely not, based on your comment you are couch sitter. So, don't be so mordant.
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01/11/2020 01:25:14 65 8
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'Stylish'? I thought he looked flat, lacked a game plan and struggled with the body shots, none of the top 5 H/W's will be concerned by what they've seen tonight, there was a few flashes of what he's capable of but there's not enough power to stop the big guys coming forward
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01/11/2020 01:30:48 31 6
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Agree - he had to virtually run in the early rounds to keep Chisora off him, if he was a proper heavyweight he'd have been able to use his punch power. Chisora had to tire before a few of Usyk's punches had any effect. Let's hope Joshua forgets Usyk, drops the WBO belt, and fights Fury.
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01/11/2020 08:09:28 3 2
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Joshua ran away even more from Ruiz. Boxing affected your memory?
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01/11/2020 01:36:14 1 3
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Had it 8-4 to U to slick. I want War to retire now
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Dad
01/11/2020 01:01:28 4 4
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Retirement beckons.

Why fight on ?

No chance of a title shot.
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01/11/2020 01:41:31 2 2
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Because he's a fighter
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01/11/2020 01:11:31 4 2
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You maybe need to understand betting and odds pal
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01/11/2020 01:42:25 2 0
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He should also maybe understand boxing more before commenting. Usyk is a cruiserweight so was never likely to have the power to bang Chisora out of it. But he is a very good technician and hence the 1/7 odds. If he was a natural heavyweight with heavyweight power he'd have been 1/25. He'll never topple the top lads, but hopefully that won't hurt his legacy because he's top grade
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01/11/2020 02:53:04 0 0
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David Haye was a cruiserweight and he banged out Chisora in 5 rounds over 8 years ago plus it was Hayes first fight for over a year after retiring post Klitschko
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01/11/2020 09:31:49 0 0
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I don't think he'll hurt his legacy. He will always be an immense CW but I don't think he'll 'make it' at HW. Bit like Demetrious Johnson in MMA. At his weight he's probably the greatest (also up there p4p) but just not big enough to trouble elite guys (like Cruz) at a heavier weight.
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01/11/2020 01:42:43 5 9
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Well done , Oleksandr ???? What a great performance. Complete annihilation of the opponent. Two different worlds and an abyss between them.
Love and congratz from your fellow Slavs in ????
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01/11/2020 01:04:15 23 8
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Usyk had a slick counter punching game plan, but at first Del Boy gave him a headache, harried him, but used up a lot of energy, and after 6 looked spent, got a hiding in the 7th, and I thought showed great heart to take it all the way, when he had to be on vapours and usyk could be more aggressive, but the 2 judges who called it 115-113 must have left the guide dogs at the door! Exciting division
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01/11/2020 01:43:17 6 4
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??????????.

Brilliant line about the two judges.
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01/11/2020 01:44:12 79 3
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How can that be pay per view? Bloody thieves.
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01/11/2020 02:55:14 38 12
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If you're complaining about this then you should've seen the West Brom vs Burnley Game xD
#YNWA
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01/11/2020 01:45:03 4 4
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Best man won! Like Fury will put @J in his bed!
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01/11/2020 01:45:43 4 6
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Derek's corner were utterly clueless. 'You've got to win this 9th round'! No suggestion how that might be achieved. 'Punch with him'. By no stretch of the imagination were they a Mayweather. Somehow it did remind me of something! Britain is spitting blood into its corner bucket while Boris & Dominic say 'keep punching', 'keep trying your hardest'.
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01/11/2020 01:49:10 2 17
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Usyk looked vulnerable on the inside so someone like Whyte would be a bad match for him. Ruiz beat AJ because he punched with him inside and has very fast hands. Usyk will also have success with AJ as he has fast hands in the pocket and will then provide angles. I would put Usyk 4th in HW division - 1 Fury, 2 Dubois, 3 Wilder, 4 Usyk, 5 AJ. Daniel Dubois will rule the division when Fury retires
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01/11/2020 01:53:44 5 2
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I'm not even convinced Dubois beats Joe Joyce. Right now he is a fairly small dog, a collie that you're putting in with a Rottweiler
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01/11/2020 02:10:06 0 0
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I don't generally agree with giving PED malefactors another chance, but I would love to see Derek close his career by butchering Jarrell Miller
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01/11/2020 02:22:24 1 0
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The big difference is ruiz has fast hands and has genuine heavyweight knockout power. Ruiz vs Uysk would be a good fight actually. Id pick Ruiz to win it though.
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01/11/2020 02:42:50 0 0
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AJ will beat , Usyk no probs, he doesn’t hit hard enough to trouble the top 3 , he will beat Povetkin after he beats Whyte again that’s his limit top 4 or 5
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01/11/2020 07:12:29 1 0
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Im no AJ fan but you have the guy with 3 belts and 1 defeat below a blown up cruiserweight and a collie ??????.
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01/11/2020 07:18:39 3 0
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Those are the worse rankings I've ever seen. How can you rank Dubois number 2 when hes beat nobody at all yet? I'm no AJ fan but to have him below dubois and usyk is stupid.
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01/11/2020 01:51:56 14 2
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Did anyone actually pay for that
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01/11/2020 02:39:01 28 2
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No chance I wouldn’t give Sky nothing they have had a chance to give back to the people but they haven’t greedy oinks
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01/11/2020 02:55:16 3 0
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No, got is free ??
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01/11/2020 02:56:17 2 0
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I won’t have thought so,can’t quite understand why it was on Box office anyway
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01/11/2020 06:59:21 3 0
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I didn't pay and don't know anyone who did. Reports indicate Chisora was guaranteed £4M and Usyk £2.5 which seems way over the top to me.
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KR
01/11/2020 01:52:02 3 2
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Usyk is an enigma. Not sure how easy it's going to be for anyone to chase him around the ring for 12 rounds and land clean punches when he counters with scoring punches only to then get out of harm's way. If I were AJ or Fury or whoever I would insist on having a small ring.
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01/11/2020 02:17:34 7 1
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He will struggle against people with much longer reach than him that also happen to hit like a truck. There is only so much dancing around you can do. He was tagged a lot more than i expected tonight by a brawler like chisora so top level heavyweights wont be living in fear i would expect.
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01/11/2020 11:47:42 0 0
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So he fights like a boxer should, hit and move. Why would he stay in the pocket to take unnecessary punishment. Also insisting on a smaller ring is nonsense, the ring should be a set size for all fights. It's like playing football and asking for smaller goals to stop the opposition scoring .
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01/11/2020 01:49:10 2 17
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Usyk looked vulnerable on the inside so someone like Whyte would be a bad match for him. Ruiz beat AJ because he punched with him inside and has very fast hands. Usyk will also have success with AJ as he has fast hands in the pocket and will then provide angles. I would put Usyk 4th in HW division - 1 Fury, 2 Dubois, 3 Wilder, 4 Usyk, 5 AJ. Daniel Dubois will rule the division when Fury retires
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01/11/2020 01:53:44 5 2
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I'm not even convinced Dubois beats Joe Joyce. Right now he is a fairly small dog, a collie that you're putting in with a Rottweiler
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01/11/2020 02:19:28 1 2
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Dubois annihilates Joyce
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01/11/2020 01:25:14 65 8
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'Stylish'? I thought he looked flat, lacked a game plan and struggled with the body shots, none of the top 5 H/W's will be concerned by what they've seen tonight, there was a few flashes of what he's capable of but there's not enough power to stop the big guys coming forward
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01/11/2020 01:56:35 6 1
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This bloke talks sense
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01/11/2020 02:05:53 5 12
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Usyk has a fair chance at beating AJ & a good shot of beating Deontay. He has no hope at all of beating Fury unless he's back on the coke.
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01/11/2020 02:43:22 3 2
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So you base this on him beating someone David Haye knocked out in 5 over 8 years ago, a 36 year old never been, AJ would overpower him as he has no punch at this weight that would worry Joshua
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01/11/2020 01:49:10 2 17
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Usyk looked vulnerable on the inside so someone like Whyte would be a bad match for him. Ruiz beat AJ because he punched with him inside and has very fast hands. Usyk will also have success with AJ as he has fast hands in the pocket and will then provide angles. I would put Usyk 4th in HW division - 1 Fury, 2 Dubois, 3 Wilder, 4 Usyk, 5 AJ. Daniel Dubois will rule the division when Fury retires
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01/11/2020 02:10:06 0 0
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I don't generally agree with giving PED malefactors another chance, but I would love to see Derek close his career by butchering Jarrell Miller
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01/11/2020 01:00:04 7 14
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Stylish?..unconvinced did your writer watch the same fight as the rest of us? Usyk was 1/7 odds on .went 12 rounds i think stylish is rather a bad assumption..those odds youd expect a ko before round 5.
Think the editor needs to have a word with this journalist
Stylish pahhh haa haa haa having a laugh aint ya
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01/11/2020 02:10:21 2 0
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A boxer being 1/7 to win doesn't mean he is expected to KO the opponent early, just that he is strong favourite to win the fight whether by stoppage or points. Not all fighters are KO merchants and it is their technical skill which brings them the win over 12 rounds.
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01/11/2020 02:14:15 9 5
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I cant help but feel Usyk was made to look better then he is against a brawler who is not physically made to fight 12 rounds, and in truth is way past his best. Haye took out Chisora in 5 rounds when Del boy was more in his prime. My gut feeling is that the likes of Fury and AJ will work Usyk at distance with their jabs before nailing him with the right.
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01/11/2020 02:16:46 6 4
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That’s arguably the best shape Chisora has been in.
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01/11/2020 09:06:56 1 0
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Del Boy is a much better fighter now than when he fought Haye, purely on a technical and stamina level , he’s smarter now and has more ring craft , Usyk doesn’t have the punch power to beat elite heavyweights but could run and do a Mayweather and beat some good fighters , ultimately a big quick guy will crowd him out and go hard at the body and dismantle him , but is a talent no doubt
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01/11/2020 02:14:20 5 7
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So Usyk wins by a wide margin and Chisora is praised for his efforts. Yet, apparently this does nothing for Usyks reputation? Absolute nonsense. Usyk is right in the mix with the top heavyweights. Would love to see him against Whyte next and I see nothing other than another convincing win.
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01/11/2020 05:33:17 3 2
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I certainly wouldn't describe Messrs Whyte and Chisora as top heavyweights. They are also "ran" at best.
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01/11/2020 02:14:15 9 5
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I cant help but feel Usyk was made to look better then he is against a brawler who is not physically made to fight 12 rounds, and in truth is way past his best. Haye took out Chisora in 5 rounds when Del boy was more in his prime. My gut feeling is that the likes of Fury and AJ will work Usyk at distance with their jabs before nailing him with the right.
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01/11/2020 02:16:46 6 4
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That’s arguably the best shape Chisora has been in.
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01/11/2020 02:27:47 1 0
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Maybe, but many of his fights have had to be won by KO as he was behind on the cards.
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01/11/2020 06:48:33 1 1
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If that's arguably the best shape he's been in, then he has no chance against the belt holders. May as well retire.
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KR
01/11/2020 01:52:02 3 2
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Usyk is an enigma. Not sure how easy it's going to be for anyone to chase him around the ring for 12 rounds and land clean punches when he counters with scoring punches only to then get out of harm's way. If I were AJ or Fury or whoever I would insist on having a small ring.
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01/11/2020 02:17:34 7 1
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He will struggle against people with much longer reach than him that also happen to hit like a truck. There is only so much dancing around you can do. He was tagged a lot more than i expected tonight by a brawler like chisora so top level heavyweights wont be living in fear i would expect.
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01/11/2020 01:53:44 5 2
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I'm not even convinced Dubois beats Joe Joyce. Right now he is a fairly small dog, a collie that you're putting in with a Rottweiler
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01/11/2020 02:19:28 1 2
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Dubois annihilates Joyce
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01/11/2020 01:49:10 2 17
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Usyk looked vulnerable on the inside so someone like Whyte would be a bad match for him. Ruiz beat AJ because he punched with him inside and has very fast hands. Usyk will also have success with AJ as he has fast hands in the pocket and will then provide angles. I would put Usyk 4th in HW division - 1 Fury, 2 Dubois, 3 Wilder, 4 Usyk, 5 AJ. Daniel Dubois will rule the division when Fury retires
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01/11/2020 02:22:24 1 0
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The big difference is ruiz has fast hands and has genuine heavyweight knockout power. Ruiz vs Uysk would be a good fight actually. Id pick Ruiz to win it though.
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01/11/2020 07:03:01 0 0
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Depends which Ruiz turns up, the hungry one who beat AJ or the KFC eating one who doesn't train.
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01/11/2020 02:16:46 6 4
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That’s arguably the best shape Chisora has been in.
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01/11/2020 02:27:47 1 0
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Maybe, but many of his fights have had to be won by KO as he was behind on the cards.
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01/11/2020 02:37:17 41 3
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Chisora gave it a good go but was ultimately outclassed. Usyk is a fantastic boxer but I'm not sure he can mix with the very best heavyweights, purely because of his natural size. He's just not big enough or powerful enough to beat the big boys. But I'm happy to be proven wrong.
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01/11/2020 09:44:31 0 5
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You dont have to knock them down to win, the fact that chisora had lost 6 times previously to points testifies to this.

And look at several of fury's fights where his game plan is to outbox (not outfight) the opponent.
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01/11/2020 11:00:41 0 0
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Holyfield and even Tyson weren't exactly huge. I don't think we learnt much from this fight about how Usyk would do against the really elite fighters, but I wouldn't write him off just for size.
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01/11/2020 01:51:56 14 2
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Did anyone actually pay for that
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01/11/2020 02:39:01 28 2
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No chance I wouldn’t give Sky nothing they have had a chance to give back to the people but they haven’t greedy oinks
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AC
01/11/2020 02:40:28 4 10
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I had my money on a Chisora 9th round knockout. Hmmm, yes, Usyk probably won the fight. This was the first time I have watched him (Usyk) live and honestly, I don't think he beats Fury (best heavyweight on the planet), AJ, Wilder Whyte and perhaps others. But I am just an overweight, balding man who likes to see good fights. Fury is th best, but his mental health story is a load of bo**ocks.
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01/11/2020 02:53:14 8 2
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Usyk “probably “ won the fight? Just shows you have no clue. This was a well constructed, easy boxing performance. Usyk just starting against the Heavys. Work in progress
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01/11/2020 01:49:10 2 17
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Usyk looked vulnerable on the inside so someone like Whyte would be a bad match for him. Ruiz beat AJ because he punched with him inside and has very fast hands. Usyk will also have success with AJ as he has fast hands in the pocket and will then provide angles. I would put Usyk 4th in HW division - 1 Fury, 2 Dubois, 3 Wilder, 4 Usyk, 5 AJ. Daniel Dubois will rule the division when Fury retires
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01/11/2020 02:42:50 0 0
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AJ will beat , Usyk no probs, he doesn’t hit hard enough to trouble the top 3 , he will beat Povetkin after he beats Whyte again that’s his limit top 4 or 5
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01/11/2020 02:05:53 5 12
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Usyk has a fair chance at beating AJ & a good shot of beating Deontay. He has no hope at all of beating Fury unless he's back on the coke.
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01/11/2020 02:43:22 3 2
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So you base this on him beating someone David Haye knocked out in 5 over 8 years ago, a 36 year old never been, AJ would overpower him as he has no punch at this weight that would worry Joshua
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01/11/2020 02:49:51 18 6
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Usyk does not have the power to be an elite in the heavyweight division. Class act, just not at heavyweight
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01/11/2020 08:15:54 3 0
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Perhaps not elite ..but still has a shot of beating them on any given day....which is how Fast Eddy will manage him...2 fights & Mandatory in WBO don,t forget, he,ll never have many miles on the clock at HW.
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01/11/2020 10:15:06 0 0
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Will see ;-)
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01/11/2020 02:51:19 8 6
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Usyk might win a world title if Joshua vacates to fight Fury, but I can not see him being able to mix it with Fury or Joshua. He is a fantastic boxer, but I was expecting a masterclass tonight. Truth is he had a hard night tonight against a guy that isn't near the top guys IMO. Too small, not enough power. I think he will get found out at heavyweight.
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01/11/2020 01:42:25 2 0
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He should also maybe understand boxing more before commenting. Usyk is a cruiserweight so was never likely to have the power to bang Chisora out of it. But he is a very good technician and hence the 1/7 odds. If he was a natural heavyweight with heavyweight power he'd have been 1/25. He'll never topple the top lads, but hopefully that won't hurt his legacy because he's top grade
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01/11/2020 02:53:04 0 0
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David Haye was a cruiserweight and he banged out Chisora in 5 rounds over 8 years ago plus it was Hayes first fight for over a year after retiring post Klitschko
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AC
01/11/2020 02:40:28 4 10
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I had my money on a Chisora 9th round knockout. Hmmm, yes, Usyk probably won the fight. This was the first time I have watched him (Usyk) live and honestly, I don't think he beats Fury (best heavyweight on the planet), AJ, Wilder Whyte and perhaps others. But I am just an overweight, balding man who likes to see good fights. Fury is th best, but his mental health story is a load of bo**ocks.
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01/11/2020 02:53:14 8 2
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Usyk “probably “ won the fight? Just shows you have no clue. This was a well constructed, easy boxing performance. Usyk just starting against the Heavys. Work in progress
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01/11/2020 06:21:31 1 0
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AC is just trying to defend the stupid bet he made.
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01/11/2020 01:44:12 79 3
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How can that be pay per view? Bloody thieves.
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01/11/2020 02:55:14 38 12
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If you're complaining about this then you should've seen the West Brom vs Burnley Game xD
#YNWA
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01/11/2020 04:31:40 2 3
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Get lost bd
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01/11/2020 07:40:44 13 1
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Why the hastag YNWA? The article is about boxing and the football game you referenced is not Liverpool! Liverpool fans are a weird bunch
Dickhead. Removed
Knob jockey. Removed
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01/11/2020 01:51:56 14 2
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Did anyone actually pay for that
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01/11/2020 02:55:16 3 0
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No, got is free ??
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01/11/2020 01:28:36 127 6
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Good fight but Usyk the deserved winner.

A quick word on Wilder after coming out with a video accusing Fury of cheating. He's fast becoming the biggest joke in the boxing world.
Removed
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01/11/2020 01:51:56 14 2
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Did anyone actually pay for that
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01/11/2020 02:56:17 2 0
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I won’t have thought so,can’t quite understand why it was on Box office anyway
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01/11/2020 01:23:01 58 4
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The 3 loudest noises documented on earth:

Krakatoa eruption (1883)
Tony Bellew 'coaching' (2020)
Derek Chisora breathing (2020)
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01/11/2020 02:56:20 0 22
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ALSO THE ANFIELD STADIUM !!!
#YNWA
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01/11/2020 03:22:02 71 4
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Box office my arse. Sky must be laughing their socks off at anyone who paid for that.
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01/11/2020 06:54:04 58 2
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Thieves. I hope many were turned off. Gone are the days went you were able to watch boxing on terrestrial television, like Lewis, Ben, Eubank, etc.
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01/11/2020 03:29:25 8 9
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In fairness I hoped chisoloo would get beat. I hope joshala gets battered by him as well. Good fighter unlike those 2.
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01/11/2020 06:17:43 4 3
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Sounds like you’ve taken a few knocks yourself!
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01/11/2020 01:18:59 3 1
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I just don't see him being able to live with the top guys based on his two fights at this weight. Joshua will destroy him if he takes up his mandatory title shot. Far too early for him he needs more fights. The likes of Parker would be a good fight for him or Ruiz but even then a fit Ruiz beats him in my opinion.
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01/11/2020 03:29:32 4 0
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It’s all about styles, if I’m honest I don’t think Fury or AJ fancy each other, because the match up is horrible 4 both,+ could be a career changer, so they’ll all be inclined to take Usyk, but he’s quicker than any of them, and he has bags more lateral movement and that is dangerous, they have to stop him coz he probably out points them, but he tires a puncher out, I may be wrong, but he’s no mug
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01/11/2020 03:32:04 5 7
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Chisora is not good, very dopey boxer. He must feel embarrassed after the stupid show he put on at the weigh in.
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01/11/2020 06:17:07 1 1
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You’d hope he is embarrassed. Probably not though.

I loved the wilder fury walk-on, where wilder said afterwards that he was knackered because the costume he was wearing weighed 20kgs. It’s l nonsense, all that matters is what happens after the bell goes.
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01/11/2020 03:35:43 87 8
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Yet another over-hyped boxing event from Sky !

Before tonight Chisora had lost NINE times in 41 fights, and he was looking for a world title fight ???

Tonight he was outclassed by Usyk who is not even a true Heavyweight !

Anybody who paid PPV to watch that has more money than sense !.

Boycott all PPV
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01/11/2020 07:11:21 38 1
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100% agree it was never a ppv event. I usually buy them all, but last night I couldn't bring myself to do it so just found a stream, wasnt the best but better than 19.99 for a non title fight. Plus the undercard wasnt up to.much either.
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01/11/2020 08:22:49 2 1
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Well, to be fair if you are prepared to PPV for a boxing event then it would be reasonable to assume you are a fairly knowledgeable fan to make that financial commitment. Therefore if you did pay for that fight you got what you paid for
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01/11/2020 09:42:19 0 2
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What did you expect?

There isnt any other "game" in town at the moment, as most boxers dont want to really lockdown to the outside world for the 6-10 weeks because of COVID.

And look to the positive, 2021 is going to have a lot of huge fights and PPVs when the world resets back to default.
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01/11/2020 10:10:28 2 0
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What's wrong with people actually paying to watch this crap when you can watch for free from a chipped Firestick or a Internet stream?
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01/11/2020 11:00:41 1 0
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Chisora won 4 of those 9 losses. He was robbed on at least 2 occasions, in Europe.
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01/11/2020 11:21:23 0 0
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Re "over-hyped, boycott . . ." - er, was there someone behind you with a gun, forcing you to buy PPV? Some PPV fights would be good to watch -- if any 'fan' isn't aware of Chisora's 'style' & er, 'ability' by now, they're hardly a fan? The fact that Chisora was even in the fight, having lost to just about every vaguely capable Heavy he's ever met, just shows how poor the Heavy Div is.
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Grb
01/11/2020 03:54:15 17 10
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Usyk can probably beat most of the heavyweights but he won’t beat Fury. Fury is as slick and as quick as Usyk but he’s a LOT bigger.
Usyk hasn’t got the punch to upset Fury and he won’t outbox him either.
He can probably outbox all the other heavies though.
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01/11/2020 05:57:02 3 29
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Usyk could outbox all the other heavies but not Fury lol you sound clueless Usyk would trouble Fury as well if you don't think so you really are clueless.
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01/11/2020 11:11:09 1 1
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You seriously think fury is a good a boxer as usyk? Usyk has way more boxing ability than fury. If he was almost 7 foot tall it would be a no contest.
Fury uses every inch of his size to control opponents. He is unique, he has size and boxing ability, many big men in the past haven't but to suggest he is on the same level skill set wise as Usyk is crazy
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01/11/2020 04:06:20 88 0
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Usyk is no fool, he knows what is potentially in front of him. I applaud his courage to move up a division, with opponents coming in 20+ kilo’s heavier, with huge KO power. He could have stayed at cruiserweight for years and continued to dominate, but he’s chosen to roll the dice and see what he can do!
Boxing uses the more sensible lbs and stones not the nonsensical french twaddle much loved by Remainers though they haven't a clue what it means. Removed
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01/11/2020 09:40:07 1 0
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The only dampener on it, he didnt seem to have the power to take him down, he hit chisora cleanly at least three times and it was shrugged off, same point though he can clearly take a hit, though chisora didnt connect properly on any occasion.

Seems like a pocket version of fury...
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01/11/2020 10:59:54 0 0
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And I'm sure it has nothing to do with the money he can earn lol
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01/11/2020 12:27:50 0 0
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Very much so, who remembers the 'Cruiserweight Champions of the World'? Sadly, No one, no matter how dominant. He is hoping he can become the Holyfield of this generation, from last nights showing he may do that; become a decent Heavy, holding his own with all bar the top 2 or 3 around at the time. He may be OK against the Wilders, Chisoras, Ruiz, or Whites, yet struggle Vs the Furys and Joshuas.
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01/11/2020 04:09:03 23 1
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As usual too many negative comments on here, Del Boy gave it is all so fair play for that. Usyk is a very good technical slick boxer, I saw him v Bellew in Manchester. Whether he has the power to fight the likes of Fury, AJ and Wilder we will find out.
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01/11/2020 10:54:01 0 1
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We people know why they are so many negatives comments about Del Boy
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01/11/2020 02:55:14 38 12
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If you're complaining about this then you should've seen the West Brom vs Burnley Game xD
#YNWA
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01/11/2020 04:31:40 2 3
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Get lost bd
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01/11/2020 04:34:24 5 6
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Two men fighting, fair play to both for trying to win. Uysk does have the style to steal it from AJ, but Fury is a step too far ????
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01/11/2020 04:43:40 2 5
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More so than in many sports boxing can be won and lost in the mind games. Which champion Fury Wilder Joshua watched that tonight and thought of Usyk " We dont need that kind of man in our lives" Precisely none. Usyk is good but just not a heavyweight. Still he adds big market value and thats what its all about.
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01/11/2020 06:12:48 3 1
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Usyk not a heavyweight? Try telling that to fat derek!
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01/11/2020 07:07:08 0 0
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No champion would think like that in the first place. Wilder for starters isnt even a champion. Usyk is a quality operator and will cause anyone problems .
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01/11/2020 05:10:33 143 3
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I used to buy these fights for £20 and have mates round to watch . Now I can't do that because of covid . So none of us bought it ! Sky need to have a rethink regarding their PPV events .
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01/11/2020 09:37:43 18 0
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I agree, especially for a fight like this, it's not the same watching it on your own either, i listened to the fight on the radio in the end.
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01/11/2020 09:39:38 5 0
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Just stream ppv online for free.
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01/11/2020 10:07:20 2 6
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Jesus H Christ you are a mug paying for these fights.... You do realise "obviously not" that you can watch for free? There are chipped Firesticks and other means to watch these fights without paying! Wise up. Someone you know will probably be aware.
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01/11/2020 10:44:25 3 0
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Yep, PPV in Lockdown is a cynical move that has fortunately backfired on the avaricious money men who have no interest in sport other than figures on a balance sheet. Good to see they've been caught out with their noses in the trough by the majority who view sport as important - both socially & culturally.
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01/11/2020 13:50:48 0 5
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It’s only £20. Who can’t afford £20?? YNWA. #Klopp #Shankly #Kuyt.
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01/11/2020 05:23:30 2 5
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Usyk is still learning his trade at heavyweight and will improve considerably for getting twelve rounds against a European class opponent. A couple more fights and he’ll certainly be a threat to Fury and Joshua
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01/11/2020 02:14:20 5 7
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So Usyk wins by a wide margin and Chisora is praised for his efforts. Yet, apparently this does nothing for Usyks reputation? Absolute nonsense. Usyk is right in the mix with the top heavyweights. Would love to see him against Whyte next and I see nothing other than another convincing win.
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01/11/2020 05:33:17 3 2
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I certainly wouldn't describe Messrs Whyte and Chisora as top heavyweights. They are also "ran" at best.
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01/11/2020 06:25:47 4 1
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Whyte is a lot better than fat derek
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Grb
01/11/2020 03:54:15 17 10
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Usyk can probably beat most of the heavyweights but he won’t beat Fury. Fury is as slick and as quick as Usyk but he’s a LOT bigger.
Usyk hasn’t got the punch to upset Fury and he won’t outbox him either.
He can probably outbox all the other heavies though.
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01/11/2020 05:57:02 3 29
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Usyk could outbox all the other heavies but not Fury lol you sound clueless Usyk would trouble Fury as well if you don't think so you really are clueless.
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ian
01/11/2020 07:12:21 3 1
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Nah you sound clueless
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01/11/2020 11:32:40 0 0
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Debo, YOUR the clueless one ! haha
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ren
01/11/2020 14:13:34 0 0
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good analysis, very well thought through. Thank you for the insight.
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01/11/2020 05:57:03 7 5
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chisora was blowing like a old warhorse by the 6th round , hes just a plodder .uysk is not big enough to challenge for a world title .
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ian
01/11/2020 07:09:58 1 0
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I think he’s big enough but he just looked like he had weak punches last night
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01/11/2020 06:08:12 0 7
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Wasted my time watching these two pub bouncers. Chisora is done he’s nowhere near ricky huton
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01/11/2020 06:11:15 6 1
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You know nothing about boxing. Usyk is a proper boxer, as good as you’ll see at heavyweight level.

Who is Ricky huton?
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01/11/2020 06:08:12 0 7
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Wasted my time watching these two pub bouncers. Chisora is done he’s nowhere near ricky huton
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01/11/2020 06:11:15 6 1
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You know nothing about boxing. Usyk is a proper boxer, as good as you’ll see at heavyweight level.

Who is Ricky huton?
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ian
01/11/2020 07:08:40 1 0
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That’s not true. Did you watch the fight? Fury has been accused of having light punches but last night Usyk made Fury look like a heavy hitter by comparison. Chisora has two left feet and two left arms, and Usyk will struggle against a heavyweight that actually has some coordination
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01/11/2020 04:43:40 2 5
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More so than in many sports boxing can be won and lost in the mind games. Which champion Fury Wilder Joshua watched that tonight and thought of Usyk " We dont need that kind of man in our lives" Precisely none. Usyk is good but just not a heavyweight. Still he adds big market value and thats what its all about.
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01/11/2020 06:12:48 3 1
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Usyk not a heavyweight? Try telling that to fat derek!
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01/11/2020 06:14:14 4 8
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10 defeats in 42 fights? That’s dreadful. Time to pack it in.
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01/11/2020 06:30:48 2 1
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In his defence, the majority of his defeats have been against the top, top boys. Del Boy ain't no slouch.
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01/11/2020 03:32:04 5 7
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Chisora is not good, very dopey boxer. He must feel embarrassed after the stupid show he put on at the weigh in.
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01/11/2020 06:17:07 1 1
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You’d hope he is embarrassed. Probably not though.

I loved the wilder fury walk-on, where wilder said afterwards that he was knackered because the costume he was wearing weighed 20kgs. It’s l nonsense, all that matters is what happens after the bell goes.
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01/11/2020 03:29:25 8 9
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In fairness I hoped chisoloo would get beat. I hope joshala gets battered by him as well. Good fighter unlike those 2.
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01/11/2020 06:17:43 4 3
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Sounds like you’ve taken a few knocks yourself!
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01/11/2020 02:53:14 8 2
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Usyk “probably “ won the fight? Just shows you have no clue. This was a well constructed, easy boxing performance. Usyk just starting against the Heavys. Work in progress
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01/11/2020 06:21:31 1 0
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AC is just trying to defend the stupid bet he made.
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01/11/2020 05:33:17 3 2
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I certainly wouldn't describe Messrs Whyte and Chisora as top heavyweights. They are also "ran" at best.
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01/11/2020 06:25:47 4 1
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Whyte is a lot better than fat derek
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ian
01/11/2020 07:17:55 0 1
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Bit mean
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01/11/2020 06:14:14 4 8
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10 defeats in 42 fights? That’s dreadful. Time to pack it in.
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01/11/2020 06:30:48 2 1
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In his defence, the majority of his defeats have been against the top, top boys. Del Boy ain't no slouch.
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01/11/2020 06:48:38 1 0
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No but he’s not world class, in fact, nowhere near it. European & Common Wealth is his limit!
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01/11/2020 06:32:52 6 1
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Don’t think Usyk has the power to dismantle the bigger heavyweights like AJ, Fury or Wilder. Stands a good chance against Dillian as he would run out of steam after 4 or 5 rounds like Chisora did. But the fight I would like to see is Usyk v Andy Ruiz jr -
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01/11/2020 06:36:16 14 1
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PPV companies carrying on like nothing In he world has changed. Granted we are all desperate for live sport. Latvian table-tennis anyone?
They need to get their act together and stop exploiting the situation. £5 a pop for a one off event unless it can be shared with friends.
Maybe even a pay what you can model? Keep us going through the long nights of winter.
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01/11/2020 07:45:27 33 0
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If the Stupid keep paying for this sort of thing then TV companies will keep on charging.!

Boycott ppv!
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01/11/2020 06:36:17 1 0
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After watching that fight just feel that joshua & fury might be a bridge too far would love to see usyk fight whyte next...
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01/11/2020 06:37:36 4 5
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Joshua needs to be VERY concerned about Usyk. I think he will cause him real problems.
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JSP
01/11/2020 07:25:34 1 1
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I sincerely hope you a right, fed up with mediocre boxers cherry picking fights to create a false impression of being good.
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01/11/2020 06:42:03 3 2
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All this stuff of Usyk size @heavyweight is just rubish, how long will his opponent chase him down and caught him cleen. I'm waiting to see... This guy is clever
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01/11/2020 07:00:08 3 1
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Usyk, is too small, technically he’s a quality boxer. Against today’s super sized heavyweights, Usyk, does not have the power to hurt them, or hold them off. Chisora, showed great heart, but he’s technically nothing special. Fury, Joshua, Dubois would be too much for Usyk.
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01/11/2020 02:16:46 6 4
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That’s arguably the best shape Chisora has been in.
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01/11/2020 06:48:33 1 1
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If that's arguably the best shape he's been in, then he has no chance against the belt holders. May as well retire.
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01/11/2020 06:30:48 2 1
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In his defence, the majority of his defeats have been against the top, top boys. Del Boy ain't no slouch.
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01/11/2020 06:48:38 1 0
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No but he’s not world class, in fact, nowhere near it. European & Common Wealth is his limit!
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01/11/2020 06:51:24 4 0
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A good boxer will always beat a slugger look at Ali in his early years, yeah the slugger has a chance if he lands a big right or left.. But you can't beat fast movement and ring skills.
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01/11/2020 03:22:02 71 4
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Box office my arse. Sky must be laughing their socks off at anyone who paid for that.
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01/11/2020 06:54:04 58 2
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Thieves. I hope many were turned off. Gone are the days went you were able to watch boxing on terrestrial television, like Lewis, Ben, Eubank, etc.
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01/11/2020 10:35:55 0 0
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Only Lewis early fights from Bruno fight onwards on Sky I believe and later fights Tyson/Holyfield were on Box Office
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01/11/2020 13:47:15 0 0
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Gone are the days when terrestrial TV actually cared about live sport, particularly boxing
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01/11/2020 06:54:30 2 1
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Fair play to Chisora, he gave him a good match and made him work for it. Usyk is a proper boxer and to be fair looked like he was holding back a touch.
Remember when this guy schooled Bellew? He’ll be a force at Heavyweight, but he won’t dominate like he can at cruiserweight.
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01/11/2020 06:57:42 1 2
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Looking at the photo of Joshua sitting ringside I see he's pulling his face mask away. Presumably hoping that shouting whatever he's shouting will be heard by whoever he's shouting to. Maybe Chisora. What's more - there doesn't seem to be any physical distancing ringside so why couldn't spectators be allowed in and seated apart? The match showed the classic result. Boxer beats fighter.
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01/11/2020 01:51:56 14 2
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Did anyone actually pay for that
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01/11/2020 06:59:21 3 0
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I didn't pay and don't know anyone who did. Reports indicate Chisora was guaranteed £4M and Usyk £2.5 which seems way over the top to me.
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01/11/2020 10:17:41 0 0
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If they got paid that, then well played to them.

Many greats of the past never saw that type of money in their whole career.
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01/11/2020 11:05:27 0 0
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No way did they get that much.
Take a couple of zeros off.