Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by tommyg6, May 14, 2019.
Lol at Wilder's Wisdom
I'd be more interested in seeing him play himself.Stick a camera in his face and he thinks he's Macbeth lol
Is this a jabber I see before me?
Finkel could be Lady Macbeth in this production.
Sugar88.....i am lmao.....that was good ****
Would be poetic if big Breazy did the damage.
Lol at that flappy head breathy voice routine he does out of the blue. About as threatening as David Price yelling, "Come on, hit me! I dare you!"
He almost had that body on his record beating up the 90lb prostitute a few years ago.
The heavyweight division is “POPPING AGAIN” with ‘champs’ like this doe!
That's so funny.
NOBODY enjoyed the fight because of Wilder? That's your story?
What is the most memorable moment in the Wilder-Fury fight?
Was it Wilder planting Fury in the floor the first time? No.
Was it Wilder planting Fury in the floor the second time? Yes. That's the one.
There is no "memorable" moment in the Wilder-Fury fight of Tyson Fury ... except for Fury sitting up after Wilder took his head off.
If I'm wrong, tell me the big "Tyson Fury moment" in that fight that just immediately pops into everyone's minds when they think of that fight? The big moment that puts the second knockdown out of everyone's minds?
That knockdown moment in the 12th will live on forever like Frazier flooring Ali in their first fight is the LASTING IMAGE of that encounter.
Wilder burying Fury.
That's the image of that fight. Nothing offensively Fury did. He jabbed and slapped like he always does.
The lasting image is Wilder burying Fury. And Fury sitting up, when he looked dead.
Arum can't even put together any highlights of Fury-Wilder for the Fury-Schwarz fight, because the Fury highlights were Fury landing some jabs here and some jabs there.
Now Wilder is making his NINTH defense ... and Fury is trying to scrounge up a WBC Silver belt fight on social media.
Fury talks a great game (far superior to Wilder) but Fury bores people to death when he steps in the ring. Wilder is the most exciting heavyweight in the sport.
The most exciting thing Fury did in the Wilder fight was NOT GET KNOCKED OUT.
Everyone will be reminded whose fights are MORE "enjoyable" (in your words) when they both face other people next.
That’s too funny.
The main thing most people (With brains) will remember about that fight is the fact Fury came back after hitting rock bottom, out of the ring (bar the two low level tune ups) for over 3 years, and made Wilder look even dumber than he already is for 90% of that fight. The knock down in the 12th... Fury made that his moment by doing what turned out to be the main theme of this fight... rising up from the ashes when everybody thought he was done.
As far as your comparison to the Ali vs Frazier fight... Frazier put a stamp on an already sealed victory. That’s what most remember about that knock down. WAY different situation in the Fury vs Wilder fight. We all know that.
What people remember and will ALWAYS remember about the Fury knock down in the 12th is him getting back up while Deontay was doing that STUPID ***** dance then suddenly stopping it with a confused look on his face watching Tyson rise up. Then eating a combo shortly after as Fury came back and dominated the rest of the round That combo... that was one of Tyson’s moments you asked about and I’m not surprised you don’t remember. Lol
For the rest of time, EVERY poll done on that fight will have at least 80% saying Fury should have won. Deal with it. Or don’t. Lol It is what it is and you won’t change that
I could be wrong but I think he meant selling the fight
I guess the ugly behaviour fits his looks.Deontay Wilder could well be the ugliest man that's ever boxed.
I just don't think he means it. It is easier to say something like that at this time than after a fight when they are putting the neck brace on a fighter and tying him to the stretcher. At that point it is horrible for everyone. He just wants to say something outrageous to get attention and so everyone knows who Wilder is. It probably works a little, but negative attention never helped someone in the long run.. If he is a great fighter he will get recognition. I don't he is a great fighter, I think he has a good explosive punch and and he is fast and lands before the opponent lands on him, but eventually his chin will betray him. As for someone wanting death. I don't think he would want it. Everytime a death has occurred the opponent who survived has had guilt and remorse, and also when injury has occurred like Watson and McClelland, Eubank and Benn were affected. No one wants that. Mancini was never the same. I have met a lot of boxers and most of them I have liked. Most are good people who know what it is like to have nothing and they are empathetic.
Come one and all and you shall see,
The newest member of the RSC,
He took the challenge it wasn't hard,
To play the great roles of the bard,
Deontay Wilder's quite the rage,
He's now the master of the stage,
The awards flow for the greatest since,
Olivier played the Danish Prince,
Sweet language from his lips doth flow,
His mighty voice ranged from high to low,
They came to laugh but stopped to cheer,
At Wilder playing Will Shakespeare,
Alas this hero had to fall,
It happened at the curtain call,
When asked if he had ought to say,
He shouted loudly 'TO THIS DAY'
Then hit the leading lady's chin
That's when the carnage did begin
And as the cast looked shocked and still,
He proclaimed his wish to kill,
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Not sure if you can see it through the paywall, but some truths in there beyond the standard condemnation...
Lol fantastic,was hoping the forums Bard would rise to the challenge.
I've long said Wilder makes a great pantomime villain.
I truly feel sorry for anyone checking out this forum for the first time!to be sure I think it's brilliant and says a lot about this place.
Your finest moment was including Methuselah in skit about Ortiz lol.