In theory 2 big punchers with leaky defenses should make for an exciting fight but I don’t see it as more significant. For one thing Fury is right he’s the real champ, the other 2 just have belts. In reality Fury is more proven at this point than Wilder. Wilder is a force of nature but sloppy. Still as athletic and powerful as he is, he might get away with it. I suppose Fury has been innactive and hasn’t fought anyone real since he shutout Wlad but shutting out Wlad is very impressive, for me more impressive than AJs win.
I’d be happy with any of the big 3 fighting each other and it’s something that doesn’t happen as much as it should. AJ should of fought Wilder and I’m unsure why he pulled out. But it’s common throughout history. We had a period where the Klits were 1 and 2 and easily beating everyone. Before that everyone wanted a Lennox-Vitali rematch.
The Lewis-Tyson fight was huge because of Tyson being the cash cow but really should have happened in '96 when Lewis was paid step aside money and Tyson’s management thought Holyfield was washed up and the easier fight. We know Holyfield took HGH now and Tyson said his biggest career regret was not taking HGH. HGH wouldn’t have given Tyson more stamina or taken away Holyfield’s timing and counter punching, which is the real reasons Tyson lost as much as blamed the headbutts.
Lenny was royally screwed in the 90s though. Bowe ducked him, then Holyfield might have fought him but lost the decision against Moorer. Then Foreman called him the best in boxing but didn’t fight him. Then he gets Briggs who was the man who beat the man but no one really cared about that fight. Then he eventually gets Holyfield and all the Americans cry Holyfield was old.