Discussion in 'Classic Boxing Forum' started by Devon, Nov 7, 2021.
Me too, I just don't like exaggarated points
I'd go for Wilder.
I would have to pick Wilder, who has at least only lost to Fury.
prime Saunders (1996-2000) KO's wilder. Saunders style is all wrong for Wilder. One thing for sure that fight won't go more that 6 rounds
Stiverne did damage to Arreola, who was regarded as being very durable back then, but didn't get too far with Wilder.
Wilder by early KO
He STEAMROLLED Wlad. He also destroyed other durable fighters like Bert Cooper, Al Cole, Bobby Czyz, and Carlos DeLeon in short order. Sanders has many flaws as a fighter. But, lack of punching power isn't one of them.
Wilder was never stopped by a Nate Tubbs level fighter.....
The flash in the pan Golfer blitzed glass chinned WK................thats it.....Purrity and Brewster did the same trick
This super dooper maximus puncher Sanders could not keep glass chinned one hit wonder Rahman on the deck, whose only significant win was polaxing another sub par chin not glass Lewis yet Rahman was polaxed twice by another glass chin wonder in Oleg.
Sanders has NO head movement and is as stiff as a board, has a decent jab besides his straight left but thats it and has a gas tank for maximum four...............Wilders straight right will put him down and out, he aint getting up.
Now the WK version of Brewster would be a barn burner fight with Wilder and could pull it off.
...you probably shouldnt have gone with four cruiserweights to prove your point.
Sanders would have the proverbial punchers chance. He hits notably harder than Fury and if he did happen to manage to get in first it would be interesting. He'd be the underdog.
Sanders is way better than Wilder and could actually box in addition to having lights-out power. He's faster and more accurate and generally starts like a house on fire. Yeah bu bu bu Wilder's big right hand .... isn't going to help much when he gets torpedoed first. Wilder is eminantly hittable, and the only reason he's got a great looking record is because of his bumtastic tour de bum.
Sanders all the way.
I have the same rationale.
You know damn well that Sanders put his chin straight up in the air.
Sure. Doesn't mean he was easy to hit. Certainly not easier than Wilder. Sanders got clipped the worst usually when he had hurt the other guy and rushed in all guns blazing. It cost him against Rahman.
And Fury damn near got knocked out when he was trying to finish Wilder not too long ago.