Breaking down Wilders resume

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  1. FastSmith7

    FastSmith7 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Szpilka - Polish Hooligan who spent some time behind bars and went on to fight Wilder, geniune guy but he has beat nobody of notice and Kownacki whooped him way worse than Wilder did, Wilder was outboxed for most of the fight before he detonated the A bomb, 4/10

    Washington - Former NFL player, made his debut in 2012, no amateur record started boxing when most fighters enter their prime, beat absolutely nobody, and yet outboxed Wilder comfortably before Deontay was bailed out by his power yet again 3/10

    Audley Harrison - Lmao
    1/10

    Stiverne 1 - Wilders second best win at the time Stiverne was highly rated and came in with a belt, two good wins vs Arreola, he hurt Wilder and won 3 rounds imo, still Wilder did well and dominated most of it, 5/10

    Duhuapas - What can I say? He had Wilder in bad trouble but Wilder controlled most of the fight vs this tomato can, beat Helenius and lost to bum and got ruined everytime he fought someone above 6/10.
    4/10

    Luis Ortiz - 50+ year old with blood pressure issues, after his loss to Wilder he has been thought of as some Mythical unbeatable creature, beat nobody of note, and some people say this win is as good as Klit for AJ LOL.
    Ortiz is a great boxer with an extensive amateur record and his win vs Thompson and Jennings were decent, outboxed Wilder for the whole fight, won every round except the one he was knocked down in, almost had Wilder out on his feet, the ref allowed hugging and holding to protect Wilder, if not for that Ortiz would have KOed him, then when the next rounr started Wilder had about 30 seconds extra to recover because a doc was looking at him, still an impressive win
    7/10 - Would be higher if Wilder was actually outboxung him

    Molina -bum, he always got beaten when fighting someone above the status of a Bum, got badly beaten by AJ, Arreola and many more, he still took 2 rounds of Wilder but Deontay dispatched him with relative ease, still should have been far more convincing
    3/10

    Arreola - Solid win, got beat by Stiverne twice but he was over the hill by then, hung in there with Adamek in a close fight but when fighting Wilder he was way past his prime and decided to call it a day for the time being after his loss to Wilder, still Deontay wasnt the most convinxing in that fight either.
    5/10
     
  2. greenhornet

    greenhornet Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Washington never played a regular season NFL game.
     
  3. greenhornet

    greenhornet Boxing Addict Full Member

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    by the same token George Plimpton was an NFL player.
     
  4. It's Ovah

    It's Ovah Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Arreola was completely shot by the time he fought Wilder and coming off multiple losses and draws to B-class opposition. He's by far Wilder's worst opponent in that list, Molina included.
     

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