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

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  1. BoxingABC1

    BoxingABC1 5x WBK Champ Full Member

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    You're talking about hallucinations, there's nothing to deflect. You've once again showed how clueless you are, i don't need to speak with people who are as far out of their depth as you are. Have a good evening.
     
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    A fluke is when luck is involved. By all accounts with that performance there was no luck involved that night.
    A once off refers to as happening on a once of occasion. In this incidence Ruiz beat AJ for a number of reasons. If we are to consider that AJ was not himself on the night than yeah it can be counted as a once off but just as long as there is a clear reversal in the rematch. Only time will tell.

    Now as for the above comment calling me a genius- that I most definitely am not but your insecurity and uncertainty of yourself is clear to see by all on this forum. There's no need for any of the words, phrases, threats, insults you use. And I know from my work that it most likely stems as a result of the bad childhood you had or least a mental illness of some form. And for either of those I wish you luck in the future with your attitude you will need it.
     
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  3. Aydamn

    Aydamn Dillian Whyte #CLEARED like I said he would be Full Member

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    " If we are to consider that AJ was not himself on the night than yeah it can be counted as a once off but just as long as there is a clear reversal in the rematch. Only time will tell."

    No worries, I believe AJ was not himself on the night, and we will indeed see in the rematch through a clear reversal.

    As for my childhood, it was great, I am loved by so many people in this world. Thank you for wondering.
     
  4. fenoc1

    fenoc1 Active Member Full Member

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    Never said you weren't loved mate but I know you never felt it. Too much anger inside for a person that felt love. You only know hate. Best wishes
     
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  5. rski

    rski Well-Known Member Full Member

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    That sounds very likely to me as well, he would get a lot of stick though, but if he doesn’t feel ready he needs an out. He might even implode in the ring, who knows. He is under that kind of pressure, just something off about it.
     
  6. Somali Sanil

    Somali Sanil Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Anyone that thinks it was a fluke needs to follow another sport, seriously..Ruiz is a pretty complete fighter, great chin and recovery, huge monstrous balls, good IQ..Hes a monster slayer no doubt, he'll do it again..I think he crowds Wilder and beats him up too...Look at his personality then watch him fight, he is the extreme opposite to a bully, I love the fat *******..Someone that moves a lot beats him though, Usyk, even Parker can move very well, but its no given they get the win

    Regards Sanil
     
  7. Aydamn

    Aydamn Dillian Whyte #CLEARED like I said he would be Full Member

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    I didn't say Ruiz Jr's performance was a fluke, I am saying the fact AJ lost to Ruiz in the first fight was a fluke. There is a key difference.

    AJ was not on form, and he would beat Ruiz on a normal day.
     
  8. Clinton

    Clinton Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Excellent breakdown. Well done!!!!
     
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  9. lepinthehood

    lepinthehood Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    complete opposite of a fluke. AJ is going to get bashed up again in the 2nd fight, but he might be able to bash up Ruiz a bit more this time.
     
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  10. iii

    iii Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Spot on, conclusion, Ruiz = speed- movement - durable & "REAL" boxing experience = Heavyweight champion of the World.
    Some keep on how AJ went for the KO with head down & got caught...true he did, so big mistake on AJ part = inexperience (or contemptuous ego more like) .
    So is AJ going to fight tall & get clipped with his head up? Or is he going to peek boo & get even less mobile & wait for the World Champion to crack his ribs & clip his head when shoots up in pain? If gets behind his jab he's going to gas(again), if he comes forward to walk the Heavyweight champion of the World down he'll get stopped ...early AGAIN LOL
    AJ should trim down & get some experience from Parkers trainer Barry, he might get somewhere then.
    McKraken is OK but a one size trainer he ain't ...
     
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  11. iii

    iii Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Yeah so what does that tell you ? 1 his corners inexperience (or they don't care £££ do)
    Tough as nails ,probably true ,so was Bruno, look at the Lewis fight. Bruno took around 20 unanswered shots along the ropes ...he was out of it by the 3rd shot, he never went down, tough as nails, same thing when he fought Witherspoon & Tyson tough as nails ...NO inexperience. Lewis taking a knee is what we're all told , when you get buzzed take a knee, then hang on or dance if you can til the end of the round...or do a Nigel Benn & turn into a bengal tiger but AJ ain't that guy( not many are). AJ didn't adjust, he was asking repeatedly , what hit me , what round , why am I feeling like this....FFS his corner lost him that fight...& I can't see him winning with those guys still there, when he was in the trenches he was ALONE, they did not know what to tell him!
     
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  12. Beyonce Wilder

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    do you think AJ will be able to utilize his reach and height advantage next fight and basically klincksko his way to a UD12?
     
  13. Aydamn

    Aydamn Dillian Whyte #CLEARED like I said he would be Full Member

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    Dude... what are you talking about man... his corner clear gave him the right instructions.. AJ just didn't listen... either because his pride got in the way or he was too concussed to process what he was told, and to deliver it... just an unfortunate case of a very dazed man trying to fight on.

    It is not AJ's teams fault at all... they did not prepare to fight Ruiz, they prepared to fight Milller...

    AJ lost that fight because he was not on form mentally, because he failed to adapt either because he was too dazed or because he was too prideful, it's questionable.. eitherway both are bad signs.

    Anyways, I am confident all that is needed are MINOR adjustments, and he will come back very strong.. he knows what to expect now.
     
  14. Aydamn

    Aydamn Dillian Whyte #CLEARED like I said he would be Full Member

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    @BoxingABC1 @CST80

    Ill tell you the problem you two have, you speak with such confidence about your set in stone verdicts but not willing to place a forum bet on the situation... no cahonas???

    You talk as if your prediction can't go wrong so then back it up.

    Forum bet
     
  15. BoxingABC1

    BoxingABC1 5x WBK Champ Full Member

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    How are you still raging :risas3::risas3:

    Go on....

    And btw, we can’t be unwilling to do it before you’d even offered it. Try and calm down a bit
     
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