Duhaupas and Washington both KOed the current WBA Mandatory contender Robert Helenius (who the Joshua-Usyk 2 winner must face next). Dillian Whyte couldn't stop Helenius. Helenius, Duhaupas, Washington, Whyte, Parker, Povetkin, Ruiz, Arreola ... they're all the same level. Had Wilder been upset by Arreola or Washington or Duhaupas ... and beat them in a rematch like he should've done the first time ... would you be lauding him for all the champs he beat? Just because Wilder didn't allow any of them to upset him and take his title doesn't mean they are any worse than freaking Andy Ruiz. Hell, a 40-something Arreola dropped Ruiz and nearly stopped him in Ruiz's last fight. Wilder beat the same calibre guys fighters like Joshua beat. Wilder just never lost to guys on that level, like Joshua did. Wilder knocked them all out, except for the World Champ Tyson Fury. But Wilder still managed to successfully defended his title against Fury in fight one -- and floored him twice in that bout. Joshua's never fought anyone as good as Fury. Let alone fought anyone that good three times. That's why the ATGs respect Wilder and see him as a peer. It would be like if Ali only lost to Frazier. Or Foreman only lost to Ali. Or Tyson only lost to Lewis. But Ali lost to Leon. Foreman lost to guys like Young and Morrison. Tyson lost to Buster and McBride and Danny Williams. Joshua lost to Ruiz. Wilder only lost to the very best heavyweight of his era. He knocked everyone else out. The ATGs see him as a fellow ATG. That's all that matters. You're not an ATG. He doesn't have to convince you of anything.