Deontay Wilder could break George Foremans record...

Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by xnico, Jan 11, 2021.

  1. Benladdie3000

    Benladdie3000 Member Full Member

    Aug 1, 2018
    Wilder wont even be active in 5 years let alone 10 yrs. Hes shot to bits, his aura has gone.
  2. Boxing2019

    Boxing2019 If you want peace, prepare war. Full Member

    Jul 22, 2019
    I think old Wilder could break old Foremans record and then a very old Foreman could break Wilder and his new record.
  3. Heavyrighthand

    Heavyrighthand Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

    Jan 29, 2005
    I think this is been wlads plan ever since he retired, and then processed his situation for a few months

    After all, he gave Joshua a very competitive fight and Dropped him with one single shot

    giving more hard training like he’s always known to do and specifically focusing on Joshua style, he could very well win this time and break foreman record

    Wilder... I highly doubt. He is getting to be late 30s now, but he just don’t have the skills to compete

    Unless he greatly improves his entire game over the next seven years when he hits 45
  4. Mike Cannon

    Mike Cannon Active Member Full Member

    Apr 29, 2020
    He is a busted flush, his fall from grace has been full of excuses, lies, blaming others, and citing witchcraft, he is yesterdays news paper.
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  5. catchwtboxing

    catchwtboxing Boxing Junkie Full Member

    Jul 4, 2014
    At this point Wilder can't break wind.
  6. sasto

    sasto Active Member Full Member

    Aug 5, 2020
    I think if the belts scatter to the four winds after Fury-AJ Wlad could pick one up, especially if one of the organizations wants to give him a soft touch for a vacant title.

    Stranger things could happen than Wilder also picking one up in the same circumstances, but I think he got old all at once in the second Fury fight and I'll believe he's really continuing his campaign when it happens.
  7. Surrix

    Surrix Well-Known Member Full Member

    Sep 16, 2020
    Foreman was unique specimen.
  8. lobk

    lobk Original ESB Member Full Member

    Jul 19, 2004
    Wilder still fighting in 10 years ? I’ll be shock if he continues in 5 years. He has been able to do what he has due to speed reflex and power. Almost no boxing ability. His speed will go with age and he will be a goner then. He has been outboxed in his prime and I can’t imagine what will happen to him when age takes away the natural talent.
  9. TFP

    TFP Member Full Member

    Feb 20, 2012
    This is true for punching power that's driven by long-lasting factors such as overall height and weight, hand/wrist size, technique, etc etc. It's not at all true for punching power such as Wilder's, which depended on uncommon speed and flexbility. Wilder is washed up, finished. Not as fast as he was even in Fury I a little over two years ago, a fight he should by rights have lost. There's no way back.
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  10. blues87

    blues87 New Member Full Member

    Sep 18, 2009
    Get your tongue out of Wilders arse!
  11. kriszhao

    kriszhao Boxing Addict Full Member

    Feb 8, 2008
    you mean while ducking the rematch?
  12. Oddone

    Oddone Love child of Mike Tyson & Ronald McDonald Full Member

    Aug 18, 2019
    ‘Of eating Foreman grill burgers perhaps. As for Big Georges oldest heavyweight champion record, no. Wilders chin isnt strong enough to take shots from prime fighters now, let alone 20 years from now.
  13. lufcrazy

    lufcrazy requiescat in pace Full Member

    Sep 15, 2009
    Like this guy says here, George held the WORLD championship, something Wilder is yet to do. (LOL)

    So before we talk about Wilder winning the WORLD title at age 45, let's see if he can do it his prime.
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  14. Aussie Invader

    Aussie Invader Well-Known Member Full Member

    Jan 5, 2017
    not necessarily
  15. Benladdie3000

    Benladdie3000 Member Full Member

    Aug 1, 2018
    The fact it's even a debate says it all *****