Deontay Wilder, the most powerful human in history?

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  1. On The Money

    On The Money Dangerous Journeyman Full Member

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    Deontay, most powerful man on earth, Who'd dare argue with such... facts!? :)
     
  2. eltirado

    eltirado Boxing Junkie Full Member

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  3. gmurphy

    gmurphy Land of the corrupt, home of the robbery! Full Member

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    as the stats show unfortunetly Wilder will never become as good as Neilson or Mesi
     
  4. eltirado

    eltirado Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    The stats show Wilder is the only 31-0-0-0 (KO 31) on the list :deal
     
  5. gmurphy

    gmurphy Land of the corrupt, home of the robbery! Full Member

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    ya but he didnt face as good competition as Neilson or Mesi yet so unfortunetly his not tested as much as them.

    You never know he might become better than Neilson but your stats dont look too good for him
     
  6. eltirado

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    So far 2.2-1, he can only increase the ratio in the next 32-0-0-0 more exlusive list :boxer
     
  7. iceman71

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    Harold Sconniers>Wilder
     
  8. gmurphy

    gmurphy Land of the corrupt, home of the robbery! Full Member

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    ya i hope so, if he has a great trainer ,good management team that steers him clear of dangergous opponents and lots of luck than maybe just maybe he might have a career as good as joe mesi, I think thats the best Wilder can hope for given the stats you have provided
     
  9. sugarkills

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    I have to agree...but I think that's all Wilder really has: a big punch. There are other attributes that make up "strong" you know..
     
  10. eltirado

    eltirado Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Yes Wilder is the best :nod

    He will win the World Heavyweight championship by a historic KO and everybody will be silenced...living in the shadow of the 6'8"/84" Fast twitch 225 lbs dominant Undisputed Heavyweight Champion :boxer
     
  11. eltirado

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    If you are featherfisted you are not strong :deal
     
  12. gmurphy

    gmurphy Land of the corrupt, home of the robbery! Full Member

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    Wilder stats are no where near as good as the mighthy Joe Mesi though

    if Mesi was still boxing today he would spark out Wilder
     
  13. sugarkills

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    How strong is Wilder's chin?
    How strong is his will to fight if he ever gets in a fight where he's clearly losing?
    Is he strong enough to carry that power in a 12 round fight?

    These questions are to be answered in future fights with better opposition.

    There are other attributes that make a fighter strong besides punching power.
     
  14. eltirado

    eltirado Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    :roll:
     
  15. eltirado

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    Wilder the ONLY Heavyweight boxer in human history to reach 31-0-0-0 (KO 31) doing it vs better competition than Wlad (who failed to reach 31-0) Marciano or Foreman


    31-0-0-0 (KO 25 ) vs 063-212-41, 5.0-1 ratio , Ali

    31-0-0-0 (KO 21 ) vs 656-142-26, 4.6-1 ratio, Spinks
    31-0-0-0 (KO 29 ) vs 503-160-13, 3.1-1 ratio, Moorer
    31-0-0-0 (KO 28 ) vs 473-156, 3.0-1 ratio, Tyson

    31-0-0-0 (KO 28 ) vs 428-150, 2.9-1 ratio, Bowe
    31-0-0-0 (KO 27 ) vs 466-181, 2.6-1 ratio, Mesi
    31-0-0-0 (KO 22 ) vs 405-162, 2.5-1 ratio, Holmes
    31-0-0-0 (KO 20 ) vs 665-268, 2.5-1 ratio, Nielsen
    31-0-0-0 (KO 31 ) vs 428-196, 2.2-1 ratio, Wilder
    31-0-0-0 (KO 25 ) vs 473-235, 2.0-1 ratio, Boytsov
    31-0-0-0 (KO 26 ) vs 552-298, 1.9-1 ratio, Marciano
    31-0-0-0 (KO 22 ) vs 204-121, 1.7-1 ratio, Valuev
    31-0-0-0 (KO 28 ) vs 568-348, 1.6-1 ratio, Foreman
    31-0-0-0 (KO 28 ) vs 494-303, 1.6-1 ratio, Petersen
    31-0-0-0 (KO 11 ) vs 425-309, 1.4-1 ratio, Scott
    31-0-0-0 (KO 18 ) vs 267-191, 1.4-1 ratio, Botha
    31-0-0-0 (KO 28 ) vs 404-294, 1.4-1 ratio, Mason
    31-0-0-0 (KO 22 ) vs 432-330, 1.3-1 ratio, Grant
    31-0-0-0 (KO 26 ) vs 331-277, 1.2-1 ratio, Tucker
    31-0-0-0 (KO 28 ) vs 312-257, 1.2-1 ratio, Rodriguez
    31-0-0-0 (KO 15 ) vs 328-272, 1.2-1 ratio, LaStarza
    31-0-0-0 (KO 28 ) vs 415-376, 1.1-1 ratio, Bobick
    31-0-0-0 (KO 24 ) vs 149-211, 0.7-1 ratio, Savarese
    31-0-0-0 (KO 28 ) vs 185-328, 0.6-1 ratio, Purlette
    31-0-0-0 (KO 25 ) vs 301-743, 0.4-1 ratio, Saleem
    30-0-0-1 (KO 30 ) vs 110-345, 0.3-1 ratio, Steele
    31-0-0-0 (KO 30 ) vs 005-033, 0.2-1 ratio, Clark