Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by eltirado, Mar 31, 2014.
And how fatties like Ruiz and Mathis can throw fast hands.
This is how powerful Wilder's weaker less dominant hand is with no step up.
****, that was his weak hand. You can’t train that kind of power. AJ might die if that lands in the same spot Ruiz landed.
Question: Would you take a right hand from Wilder, blind folded and ears completely plugged, for $1billion.
What would be the point? you wouldn't live to see the money, best case scenario you would be a brain damaged billionaire hooked up to a machine requiring 24 hour care, watching others fight over your money while you're in a chair helplessly in a semi conscious state
I would, get rich or die tryin lol.
Of course, this is true, but your kids and your entire bloodline would never have to work a day in their life!
It's their long limbs which generate a lot of power. It's like the lever and fulcrum effect you learn about in school. If Wilder was 6'2 there is no way he would have the same power.
A non recyclable one at that
Ray Williams, American superheavyweight powerlifter is the most powerful man in history
No he isnt.
Iranian weightlifter Hossein and Russian powerlifter Andrey are.
Regardless Ray Williams, Hossein and Andrey are roided to the gills drug free my arse