"Dillian hits harder than AJ" - Joseph Parker

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  1. Serge

    Serge The Slick Luciferian Gypsy Staff Member

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    AJ is huge unit and has very heavy hands due to his gargantuan dimensions but it's his hand speed and combinations that get the job done most of the time. It took him about six flush power shots to put the admittedly very tough Povekin on his ass

    Wlad dropped him with a six inch hook





    I think this guy is the hardest punching HW



    'How would you like to know if Arslanbek Makhmudov is so strong?

    Last night, at the Casino, Makhmudov terrified and knocked out his opponent.

    But here we are talking about Jason Bergman. It was his 45th fight. Not to mention dozens of rounds against Deontay Wylder, Oscar Rivas or Tyson Fury.

    In other words, mileage in the body.

    Bergman was shot down in two minutes. Pif, paf, boom.


    I found it in a corner of the Casino that served as a locker room for blue boxers. He was receiving his pay check from a board member.

    He was kind and affable and I asked all the questions that came to mind:

    "His strength is really special. He knocks hard and heavy. It is obvious that he still lacks experience and that he strikes when opening. But it's the guy who hits the hardest I've faced, "he said.

    Wow! Minute.

    Bergman made eight rounds against Joseph Parker, he worked with Deontay Wilder: "Wilder's right is faster, more accurate. But it's less strong than that big Russian. It's not a joke, it's not an exaggeration, "he added.

    With Rivas

    Bergman, who spent a few weeks working in sparring with Oscar Rivas, was still impressed. Short question, long answer. Genre:

    - Can Quebec fans ever hope for Makhmudov in the world's elite?

    - Definitely yes. He still has to learn, to shorten his strokes, but it is a force of nature. No doubt. It's an experience to face it, even after 44 fights.'
     
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  2. Aydamn

    Aydamn Change of mind Full Member

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    He is tough as ****, not just surviving the knockdown... but getting hit repeatedly when you see him flinching and grimacing from the pain.

    How he got up I have no idea... it's insane.
     
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  3. UKboxingfan

    UKboxingfan Well-Known Member Full Member

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    It’s laughable seeing Whyte retweet about how AJ Miller was planned for ages. Seems whoever AJ is fighting next it’s been Eddie’s plan for years despite Miller coming out saying he had no offer until last week.

    In 2018 nobody wanted to see the Whyte fight, he was a bum and Eddie was milking the cow some more. Now he’s ducking Whyte, The most feared man alive.
     
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  4. Aydamn

    Aydamn Change of mind Full Member

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    If I have child like logic, than your logic hasn't even been born yet.

    Styles make fights in the context of winning fights.

    Not in the context of determining how hard a puncher can hit against a fighter.

    Parker was hit by AJ and Whyte.

    It was the same Parker chin in each fight.

    It is not like AJ walked into the ring and his punch power got taxed by 30%.

    No, he walked in with the same power he always had unless he was injured.

    It's extremely simple.
     
  5. Brighton bomber

    Brighton bomber Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    You need to dial down your fan boyism and re-read what I posted I said Parker also fought as if he had something to lose hence why he was too cautious vs AJ. Both AJ and Parker were too cautious.

    And why are you focusing on the supposed negatives and ignoring the compliments I'm giving Whyte I clearly said one of the reasons why Whyte/Parker was a better fight was because Whyte was able to put hurt on Parker like nobody has before or since, Parker couldn't stay away even if he wanted to because Whyte was applying a level of consistent aggression nobody else could. I can't even compliment Whyte without you jumping on it, you're not being objective in your posts.
     
  6. Aydamn

    Aydamn Change of mind Full Member

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    So in your world, the news starts ticking when you hear about it lmao.

    So imaginary people don't discuss things behind closed doors, you know in these imaginary places called offices.. where people sip imaginary tea and discuss future business plans.

    If it doesn't happen on the news, it ain't happening.
     
  7. UKboxingfan

    UKboxingfan Well-Known Member Full Member

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    In your world Dillian Whyte is superman lol you don’t even read the news , just headlines as somebody has explained.
     
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  8. Aydamn

    Aydamn Change of mind Full Member

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    Mate with all due respect, if you want to compliment Whyte do it for your sake not mine. I share nothing in his achievements... don't do it for my sake.

    I don't understand why he would fight Parker as cautiously as you describe, and not Takam or Povetkin. Why? Why is Parker more threatening than those guys to AJ... AJ had a lot to lose in each.

    I just don't agree with the stark contradictions you are making... saying nobody put the level of aggression on Parker before... I guess Takam was just sitting down in their fight... and looking out the window.
     
  9. Aydamn

    Aydamn Change of mind Full Member

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    lol yes I read things
     
  10. Brighton bomber

    Brighton bomber Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Lol I'm not complimenting Whyte for you why would you even think that, I compliment him in spite of fan boys like you. Whyte is a fighter I didn't rate when he first fought Joshua but I admit I was wrong about him, he's a legit world class heavyweight and with him taking 2 risky fights back to back how can you not like him unless you have an agenda. As I said before about him he's not one to just safely sit on his mandatory like Pulev and Breazeale, he's taking risks and making fights fans want, how could anyone not like that.

    AJ's became more cautious after the Wlad fight. That scare made him more calculating when before he just wanted a tear up like when he fought Whyte.

    Takam was aggressive but he clearly didn't have the success Whyte did. Whyte clearly did better than Takam vs Parker, I mean he dropped him and beat him. Or are you saying that Whyte didn't do well vs Parker, I can't imagine that. Should I just rubbish the Parker win, say it was AJ's left overs or something instead of saying what I believe in that Whyte's aggression was more effective against Parker than anyone else Parker has fought, would that make you happy, lol. I honestly don't get your logic.
     
  11. Aydamn

    Aydamn Change of mind Full Member

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    I just don't get why we can't agree and get along, I agree with most of what you say.

    My original point was in the AJ Parker fight, AJ must have landed hard...and Parker must have felt them. Parker wasn't just talking about the hook that dropped him when he said Dillian hit him harder... he was on about the rest of the hits too that "stunned" him.

    But yeah let's disagree on that point, and keep the peace. We both clearly support Whyte, and we both know his limitations.
     
  12. BoxingABC1

    BoxingABC1 WE ARE FIREMEN, THE HEAT DOESN'T BOTHER US Full Member

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    you can count on one hand how many people he's genuinely KO'd. Tbf to Whyte, even though he got cleaned out with the uppercut, it was only a shot high on the temple that REALLY got Whyte going, and it took 7 rounds of multiple shots.

    I saw someone describe it as, AJ has fight CHANGING power, Wilder has fight ENDING power.
     
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  13. Brighton bomber

    Brighton bomber Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    I don't agree that AJ ever caught Parker as cleanly as Whyte did with that left hook, Parker walked right into a flush left hand. Joshua might have the power to hurt Parker as badly if not worse than Whyte did, but he doesn't have a counter as effective as Whyte's left hook and so he needed to be more aggressive to stop or drop Parker because he doesn't have it in his arsenal to walk Parker into a shot like that.
     
  14. Birmingham

    Birmingham Boxing Junkie booted Full Member

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    His left hook is harder than any shot Joshua throws
     
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  15. Birmingham

    Birmingham Boxing Junkie booted Full Member

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    Joshua tattoos opponents with shots, his overall 1 shot power is overrated
     
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