Originally Posted by Absolutely!
Relative pittance, meaning they aren't going to ask for a ridiculous wage.
Guinn's already stepped in against Boytsov, Pulev and Mansour. I doubt he'd be afraid to mix it up with Wilder.
Tank's been in with Helenius and Holyfield.
I don't see why Wilder couldn't get these guys if he wanted to.
Correct, you don't see it.
Not one of those guys is as offensively dangerous as Wilder. Holyfield comes close, but he was both high risk AND high reward. Boytsov is almost as dangerous as Wilder (not quite) but he was a ranked HW, and so again there was an upside to fighting him. Wilder is only high risk. Beating him right now would mean nothing for any ranked opponent.
What part of this don't you understand?