end of 2017/2018 fight wishlist

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end of 2017/2018 fight wishlist

Name the matchups you guys want to see before the end of the year or in 2018.

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My top 5 in order
1. Anthony Joshua vs Deontay Wilder
2. Vasyl Lomachenko vs Mikey Garcia
3. Keith Thurman vs Errol Spence
4. Terrence Crawford vs Thurman or Spence
5. Andre Ward vs Adonis Stevenson

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1. Deontay Wilder vs Anthony Joshua
2. Terence Crawford vs Mikey Garcia
3. Vasyl Lomachenko vs Guillermo Rigondeaux
4. Errol Spence Jr vs Keith Thurman
5. Gervonta Davis vs Miguel Berchelt
6. Demetrius Andrade vs Jermell Charlo
7. Shawn Porter vs Danny Garcia
8. Oleksandr Usyk vs Mairis Briedis
9. Gilberto Ramirez vs Callum Smith
10. Adonis Stevenson vs Badou Jack

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1. Yordenis Ugas vs Adrien Broner
2. Guillermo Rigondeaux vs Stuart Hall (at 118!)
3. Deontay Wilder vs Luis Ortiz
4. Leo Santa Cruz vs Lee Selby

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GGG vs. Canelo - wish has been granted.

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Tim Bradley vs Keith Thurman
Crawford vs Spence
Mikey Garcia vs Porter
Lomachenko vs Salido/Rigo/Berchelt/Corrales
Chocolatito vs Inoue
Usyk vs Gassiev
Callum Smith vs Groves
Stevenson vs Alvarez
Joshua vs Wilder
Wilder vs Ortiz
Russian Hammer vs Briedis

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Some great ones there Jeremy, but I'm not sure I want to see Bradley in the ring again.

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I hear ya, I just think Bradley still has a lot left in the tank, and would be able to beat Thurman. You're right in that he's probably retired for good though, Tim really seems like a man of his word.

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I agree in that he has the legs, he hasn't had the length, number of years of beatings of Margarito, Jones Jr, but let's be honest, a man who has been warned about neurological issues, a guy who after that gruesome beating from Provodnikov, couldn't speak for a month, urinated blood (been there, very nasty!), a guy who takes a brutal beating in every fight, Chaves, he got robbed, but took a beating, he had a broken facial bone, he was taking a beating against Vargas late, he took bad beatings from Pacquiao too, no he should be retired. I personally don't think he would beat Thurman, and I think Thurman would win wide, not wide wide, but 8-4/9-3.