I just found it funnier that Wilders team didn't even put a deal/contract together, just called AJ out and immediately claimed ducking even though there was fuck all to sign. If they wanted Eddie Hearn to sort the venue and everything they shouldn't be mouthing off about the need for it to be in Vegas. Boxing has changed for the better in that respect, in terms of money a fighter doesn't need to crack the USA, it's way more global now AJ's last opponent made more than Wilder ever has for example. I do agree for a fighters legacy they do need to be headlining in the big USA venues, Vegas, Madison Square Garden too perhaps. I like to see British fighters out in Vegas anyway but I don't like the "bombsquad" acting like they are big time and calling the shots, AJ calls the shots if it's in Vegas it's because he wants to.