Got to work just in time to see Fury knock him down in round 3, after he busted his eardrum it was only going to go one way. If Wilder's team had let him carry on after the 7th Wilder was going to get seriously injured.
Fury is one of the greatest of all time now, he's the second man after Muhammad Ali to hold The Ring magazine belt twice and also the first man to have held the WBC WBO WBA IBF IBO and Ring Magazine Belts.
AJ wanted Wilder? Hahahaha Fury will murder AJ if a unification occurs.
I said that it’s “foreseeable” that she could have made it up. That’s a completely different thing to the way that you have interpreted it, which triggered you into attacking me. Again, your reaction is what I was pushing back against; that of someone instinctively jumping on Randolph as being guilty based upon, so far, unfounded allegations. The police will investigate and the CPS will decide whether a prosecution is warranted. Up until then, any public lynching of Randolph is dangerous.
Please read my above post about how thorough the CPS are with high profile domestic abuse allegations, especially when compared to other areas of the law. If he is charged and subsequently found guilty then I will be equally strong in my condemnation.
Your view is based entirely upon his ex telling the truth. My view is based upon no one knowing who is telling the truth, and trusting a police investigation to come to the bottom of it. I’m confident that my approach is fairer and more reasonable than your lynch mob approach.
First part, I have no doubt that he didn't want those players in January. The players he did want weren't exactly a guarantee of success however. But putting that to one side, we signed lots of players in the summer and we won 4 games out of 27. I don't know what was going on behind the scenes and who was bringing in players etc but I see no reason to think that the January transfer window would have seen an improvement in our form if we'd signed the likes of Jese or Bojan. So no, January wasn't his downfall in my opinion.
Second part, to me as a fan, being crap in one league is no different to being crap in another league was my point. You might love the idea of watching us lose in the Premier League rather than the Championship but I don't. Losing is losing and playing badly is playing badly. Who gives a crap what league you're in when you're doing that? I don't, makes absolutely no difference to me at all. The last two Premier League seasons we've had have been two of the worst seasons in my life. If you're saying that Karanka could come in, make us play better in this league then yeah I think he probably could, he certainly couldn't do much worse. But aren't we looking for more? Maybe it's just me because whenever we have these conversations I seem to be one of the few saying it but I want to see a good team, playing good football and being as successful as we can be. I don't believe Karanka did that with us so I'm not pining for him in the way that others are and I don't think that Woodgate doing a bad job means I want to accept a repeat of what happened while Karanka was here.