And just another proof how underrated wilder is...

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  1. RB1702

    RB1702 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Wilder is definitely not #2 and he gets sparked out by AJ inside 5. Simply not good enough. Ruiz is struggling to adapt to a new change of trainer that’s all. Valdez looked terrible in his fight before Berchelt where he got dropped by a nobody. Ruiz at best still batters and stops chinny Wilder.
     
  2. RB1702

    RB1702 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    AJ batters and stops that lanky f**ker.
     
  3. G Man

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    Nah, Fury batters and stops the big stiff idiot. :D
     
  4. RB1702

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    I was talking about Wilder. AJ and Fury is very much a 50/50 fight. Fury’s kryptonite is combination punchers and it always has been.
     
  5. CST80

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    If Wilder landed the same shot on Ruiz that Arreola did. He wouldn't have gotten up. And since that's pretty much Wilder's primo punch, XYZ is kind of applicable here. OneShot, Ruiz's gets brutally OneShotted.:deal:
     
  6. mark ant

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  7. mark ant

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    AJ is more powerful than Fury.
     
  8. G Man

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    Sorry! Can't see AJ landing anything much on Fury either though.
     
  9. G Man

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    Dunno but irrelevant anyway.
     
  10. mark ant

    mark ant Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Have you ever seen Fury hit? AJ is more skilled offensively than anybody Fury has fought, he`ll let his hands go more than Wlad did.
     
  11. mark ant

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    Dunno?
    Wins 30
    Wins by KO 21

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  12. G Man

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    Still waiting for evidence!
     
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  13. RB1702

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    Watch the Wallin fight. Fury struggles with guys who can put their shots together. Been saying it for years.
     
  14. G Man

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    Knocked out by Ruiz, couldn't stop Parker or properly stop Takam, dropped hard and almost KOd by old Klitschko, wobbled by Povetkin...Fury is undefeated. Came from drink and drug addiction to school the biggest puncher in the division then get robbed with a draw, came back to completely dominate every round in the rematch. I could go on lol
     
  15. theanatolian

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    Nah, this was the typical Ruiz(for those who’ve been following his career anyway). A fat, underachieving, mediocre contender with fast hands, almost always delivering lackluster performances against washed up fighters or low level opponents like King Pin, Liakhiovich(who was coming off of consecutive KO losses to Wilder, Helenius and Jennings and should’ve probably gotten a draw against Ruiz) and several others.

    He might still turn it around, but I don’t see it happening.
     
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