Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by tommyg6, Apr 14, 2019.
He's a very gullible man imo.
But I'm not a fan of boxers based on their personalities or personal lives. I'm a fan of fighters if they are willing to fight the best.
So you admit he is a goof outside the ring, that’s all I was saying Isal.
I really enjoy him inside the ring as well, I promise you, he is very exciting!!
He's a clown, and I'm afraid he's not very bright and was likely ill advised by Haymon about the DAZN deal.
What I like about him is that he's fought Ortiz, Fury, was willing to fight Povetkin overseas.
What I dislike is that his advisor is not letting him fight AJ.
You don't have to believe him, you just have to want to see him lose which many clearly do.
Trash-talk / Fart-talk so people would buy PPV.
Nothing more, nothing less....
Poor Deontey. The minute you start to like and respect him, he starts acting like an immature wannabe gangsta. When he's being humble and honest he seems like a decent guy, but when he feels insecure he turns on the bull****.
Thats a good point and I understand that but he comes across as corny not villainous.
I really don't have a problem with fighters talking like this.
I don't normally but this fight is sketchy. Breazele is in deep waters, Wilder doing rituals & **** before the fight. I hope Breazele's corner has a few towels in hand,no offense.
Yeah, he fought Ortizn't because he's likely the oldest active heavyweight, has never won anything and was only passed medically fit to fight Wilder 24 hrs prior to the fight and was more or less forced to take the fight. Ortizn'ts best win is Bryant Jennings FFS. Then Deonkey 'The Dragon Slayer ' Wilder fights a Fury who while suffering from Manic Depression, pounds a small mountain of Coke up his snozzle while embarking on a 2 1/2 yr after party and bloating up to 400 lb. then decides to comeback by fighting 2 Uber drivers and going into fat camp for 6 months.
Wilder is such a huge threat that Fury felt that was more than adequate preparation to fight the mighty Wilder and barring yet more dodgy officiating (see the Ortizn't fight), very nearly pulls off the win.
Bare in mind that Wilder fought non other than the mighty Jason Gavern prior to challenging Stiverne. The obstacles that 'prevented' the Povetkin fight were soon found to be BS and still that fight was never even mentioned afterwards cuz of Povetkins doping, BUT ITS OK TO FIGHT ORTIZN'T WHO'S A PROVEN PED USER YOU ****ING HYPOCRITE!!!!
See where I'm going with this? Wilder is a risk averse, fraudulent hypocrite and has already been found out at the top level, it's just that the We Be Crooks have deemed it that there is absolutely no way that belt is going out of the United States. IF Wilder fights AJ, that's exactly what's going to happen and the WBC and Wilders team damn well know it. That's why Wilder is pricing himself out of the fight, what's next, AJ taking 40% of the 60/40 split?
The sooner Wilder loses that belt to whoever, the better the Heavyweight seen will be......COME ON BREAZEALE...!!!!!
Long time ago in a different world tbh..
Look at Catholic Church, Respect of women etc and compare norms between now and Tyson's time..
Plus you really think everybody loved him saying **** like that??
Take the rose coloured glasses off..
It would make sense if it was on PPV. But Deontay is not a draw so its not on PPV of course.
I didn't say that, did I?
Nor do I really, so long as they accept the repercussions of their choice.