A Fairly Thorough Explanation As To Why Ruiz's KO Victory Over AJ Was In Fact NOT A Fluke.

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  1. LANCE99

    LANCE99 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    We're discussing the pros... What happened in the AMs means jack ****. Are you really this stupid, or are you pretending to be stupid? Kind of hard to tell when you do such a good job at it.

    I added the context because I made the mistake of assuming you were on the same page as I, seeing as this was about pros and who should be in line for a shot. I should have known and obtuse idiot like you was just being a troll. That was my bad.

    Your video, which you are now trying to get everyone to see, actually has nothing to do with anything I posted. Again,. context, but that goes over your head too easily.
     
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  2. Ph33rknot

    Ph33rknot El gran campeón Mexicano Full Member

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    I don't think Aj's power is even half of Wilder's power Aj puts you down Wilder puts you out
     
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  3. Ph33rknot

    Ph33rknot El gran campeón Mexicano Full Member

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    A fluke is a lucky punch in a fight you where winning not being dropped multiple times in route to him quitting
     
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  4. Southpawswitch

    Southpawswitch Active Member Full Member

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    One knockdown is a fluke. Four is a conclusive and comprehensive beatdown.
     
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  5. theanatolian

    theanatolian Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Then based on AJ’s choices, unless Whyte becomes his mandatory, He should fight Nistor and Majidov before he entertains the idea of a Whyte rematch.
     
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  6. madballster

    madballster Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    So if AJ stayed down after the first punch you would be more convinced it was a fluke?
     
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  7. Aydamn

    Aydamn Dillian Whyte the REAL Boogeyman Full Member

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    Why? He lost to Whyte first?
     
  8. Southpawswitch

    Southpawswitch Active Member Full Member

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    Lennox Lewis’ one punch KO losses were considered flukes, were they not? Anyone can get caught with one perfect shot and lose.

    If AJ made any adjustments or made a better account of himself after the first knockdown, it would be a different story. We’ve seen him get off the canvas against Wlad and win. Instead he got off the canvas here and proceeded to get beat up for the rest of the fight.
     
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  9. Kiwi_in_America

    Kiwi_in_America Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I wish people would address the OP of this thread - because it's great

    and needs discussing
     
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  10. SmackDaBum

    SmackDaBum heavyweightblog.com Full Member

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    Everyone has a plan until they get punched.

    It was a perfectly timed temple shot he never recovered from. AJ had the fight in his hand before that knockdown, Ruiz took over AFTER it. See a difference here? It's hard to play chess when your head spins...
     
  11. deadACE

    deadACE Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Its bollocks
     
  12. PernellSweetPea

    PernellSweetPea Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    if we simplify it, Ruiz hurt Joshua and Joshua never recovered. If Joshua uses his jab and does not get reckless he should win. Don't try to land on him recklessly. Follow the Hearns vs. Duran fight and jab and jab and counter him when he reaches. If he does not reach just jab him round after round.
     
  13. CST80

    CST80 The Mercurial Mephistophelean Malcontent Staff Member

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    No, you've going out of your way to convince yourself it's bollocks. Just because you've allowed your mind play tricks on you and lied yourself into believing that Anthony Joshua was in control and won those rounds walking away, doesn't mean it's a reality. Were the first two close? Yes. Were they clear Joshua rounds? Hell no, not even close. You don't believe me, check the round by round. Most people who knew what they were watching scored the first for Ruiz and were conflicted on the second.
     
  14. CST80

    CST80 The Mercurial Mephistophelean Malcontent Staff Member

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    And Ruiz will do exactly what he did in the first fight, and consistently parry the jab. It's not that easy, I said my breakdown was thorough because it's thorough, go back and watch the match again closely and you'll see.
     
  15. CST80

    CST80 The Mercurial Mephistophelean Malcontent Staff Member

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    So losing the first round, and a nip and tuck 2nd round that could go either way, is now having in hand? Goddamn, objective reality just does not matter anymore does it?
     


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