Andy Ruiz vs Dillian Whyte who wins?

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Who wins?

  1. Ruiz Decision

    11 vote(s)
    21.6%
  2. Ruiz KO

    20 vote(s)
    39.2%
  3. Draw

    2 vote(s)
    3.9%
  4. Whyte Decision

    9 vote(s)
    17.6%
  5. Whyte KO

    9 vote(s)
    17.6%
  1. Tramell

    Tramell The Ideological Slayer: I Slay Ideology! Full Member

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    I'll go Ruiz. Love is counters and quickness to retaliate.
     
  2. FastSmith7

    FastSmith7 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Whyte had his left hand injured for a good portion of his career, it’s back to 100%. I dont think Ruiz is more durable than Allen. Ruiz has a great chin but at least he has some defense and Dave has absolutely 0 defense, he gets hit with hail mary shots every fight and has barely ever been hurt.
     
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  3. wucking fasted

    wucking fasted Anthony Joshua - the Bob Sapp of boxing Full Member

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    Would be a great fight to watch.
    I think Ruiz would win it.
     
  4. First Round KO

    First Round KO Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Andy does a bigger number on the bum than he did Joshua.
     
  5. Aydamn

    Aydamn Dillian Whyte the REAL Boogeyman Full Member

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    AJ beat Parker who Beat Ruiz who beat AJ who beat Whyte who beat Parker

    Almost sounds sexual
     
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  6. Luis Fernando

    Luis Fernando Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Right! Then in that case, I'll just say that Helenius and Allen's chins were also injured, and so were their bodies. Thus, if Whyte with a hand injury could not KO Helenius and Allen with chin and body injuries, then he wouldn't be very likely to KO them if they weren't injured, even if his hands were fully healthy.

    Ruiz Jr has literally WALKED through pretty much every opponent's punching power. The same can't be said for Allen who has fought more frequently on the back-foot.

    Whyte's power is not THAT impressive or great. It's good, but he isn't KO'ing EVERYBODY, especially with the durability of Andy Ruiz Jr.

    Dillian Whyte couldn't even KO Joseph Parker, even after first cheating by head-butting him and having him more hurt and vulnerable to a KO than if he wasn't to be head-butted. Yet, despite landed his best shots and also cheating beforehand, he still couldn't KO Parker. Only managed a pathetic knockdown that Parker literally got back-up from with 0 problems. And even that knockdown was more a case of being off-balance than Parker even being that hurt.

    Let this sink in for a moment!. Feather-fisted Whyte couldn't even KO Parker even after cheating to stun him first and then landing his best money punch as clean as humanly possible on his face. This only managed a minor knockdown that Parker had no trouble getting up from.

    With such pathetic display of power against the only relevant PRIME durable opposition that Whyte's faced so far, Whyte's chances drop from slim to none at KO'ing Andy Ruiz Jr. He's more likely to injure his hands again, than he is to KO Andy Ruiz Jr.

    If Whyte has had an injured left hand for such a long time now in his career, then what do you think would happen to his pathetically weak and fragile left hand when they bounce off Ruiz's cement chin? I'd wager a guess and say Whyte's hand will suffer greater injuries next time!
     
    Last edited: Jul 10, 2019
  7. daverobin

    daverobin Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Dillion. Whyte stops Ruiz around rd 8
     
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  8. POTUS

    POTUS Boxing by the numbers Full Member

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