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Deontay Wilder defeats Damon McCreary - STILL UNDEFEATED!

Discussion in 'General Boxing Forum' started by Money, Sep 9, 2012.



  1. Cableaddict

    Cableaddict Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I disagree.

    Wilder learned absolutely nothing from this fight, and his detractors now have fabulous new ammunition for making fun of him. He was starting to look halfway legit after the Manswell fight, but this fight is too embarrassing for even me to defend.

    This fight will hurt him in the long run, perhaps badly. Suppose his team calls-out a decent B-level fighter next, and that fighter doesn't want to take a chance on Wilder's power. Now that fighter can just point to this fight, laugh, and claim that Wilder is not worth his time. Danger avoided, with no professional embarrassment for that fighter.

    This game is all about perception. Need I mention David Haye?
     
  2. Dee

    Dee Well-Known Member Full Member

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    According to De La Hoya (Just the last sentence in the article):

    Oscar de la Hoya, president of Golden Boy Promotions, which promotes Wilder, said via Twitter after the fight that Wilder's next bout will be on Showtime.

    “He is ready for top 10,” de la Hoya said.


    So either he steps up within 2 fights, or I write him off like the rest of you guys.
     
  3. Cableaddict

    Cableaddict Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Oscar said he's ready for a top ten opponent?

    Whatever drugs Oscar is on, I want some!

    Top-50, sure, but Top-10? That's insane. Wilder hasn't had ANY experience getting attacked by an aggressive, powerful opponent. - And this last fight probably just reinforced whatever bad / sloppy habits he may have.

    Even if Wilder has the talent to make it to the top (I still think it's possible) he is at least five hard fights away from such considerations, and that's a best-case scenario.
     
  4. FeldMunster

    FeldMunster Member Full Member

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    The height/girth disparity looked like the charity boxing fight between Manute Bol and William "The Refridgerator" Perry.
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  5. Clarky Cat

    Clarky Cat Stalwart Full Member

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    McReary was weight-drained. :deal
     
  6. The Spider

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    This bout had something so often missing in boxing. Slapstick comedy :lol:
     
  7. The Spider

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    You gave him a pass for that opponent. I'd hate to see what a fail looks like :lol:
     
  8. larryx2012

    larryx2012 I AM BETTER THEN YOU Full Member

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    is this a damn joke??where did they find this guy??at a pie eating contest?
     
  9. Jordan_Davies

    Jordan_Davies Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    What the hell!?!

    Ok first off this guy was out of his depth and obese but surely thats a DQ? Wilder threw a flat out shot to the back of his head
     
  10. The Spider

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    The fatboy would be safer eating pies, something he plainly likes to do, than getting a DQ win that might encourage him to continue with boxing.
     
  11. madballster

    madballster Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    This reminds me of the tomato cans the K brothers knocked out in the 90s during their first 20 fights. Hilarious.
     
  12. Samurai's Slice

    Samurai's Slice ESB Legend Full Member

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    This bogus opponent of him only faught a few times since the new centery, remember that. Time to take a baby step up at least Wilder, Maybe Darnell Wilson, Denis Bahktov, then Kubrat Pulev, Seth Mitchell, Tyson Fury.
     
  13. krziboitin

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    deontay wilder vs magomed abdusalamov would be an interesting matchup. Battle of the perfect ko records.
     
  14. SimplyTheBest

    SimplyTheBest Heavyweight Destroyer Full Member

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    No way Wilder can stand up to Magomed's power.
     
  15. Meazy-E

    Meazy-E Well-Known Member Full Member

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    You guys need to shut the **** up, he is going to step up his competition, in his next 2 bout. He first plans on fighting Danny DeVito, then Rosie O'Donnell...