View Single Post
Old 01-12-2013, 02:51 PM   #33
Tyler-Durden
Champion
East Side Guru
 
Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Karabagh
Posts: 5,601
vCash: 75
Default Re: Deontay Wilders next fight...

Quote:
Originally Posted by Cableaddict View Post
Right. That's why they've matched him with a fighter that has 13 KO's in his 15 wins.

Let us know if/when you ever find a clue!


Greer is probably the best opponent they could find, in the "second tier" category, who would actually agree to fight Wilder. Wilder is still a "high risk / low reward" opponent. He needs a few more spectacular wins, on network TV, before better fighters will "have" to face him.

Plus, of course, he still needs more experience. Greer, sad to say, is at least a step up. He might be a good test of Wilder's still mainly-untested defense, at least for a few rounds.
Yeah because of course opposition doesn't mean anything in boxing ? Is that your point dumbass ? Take a look at who Greer has fought and at who he has KOed, look at his KO percentage and at his losses, from which half were by way of KTFO. And you're here defending that opponent like the true gayass fanboy you are. He's the 300st heavyweight in the world and you're saying that's a step up ? Get the **** out of here.
Tyler-Durden is offline  Top
Reply With Quote