Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by senpai, Jun 21, 2021.
When he knocks out Usyk you will get your definitive answer.
Is this really any different to what many fighters say to such a question?
What do you want him to, break down all the good things usyk does and tell us how usyk can beat him.
its obvious some of these guys take it all personal. like he was saying it about their dad. the hero worshiping is insane with some of these guys.
Usyk is far more skilled than anybody AJ has fought.
Should be a walk in the park for AJ then.
If he's seen it before, dealt with it before, he is the naturally bigger man, has more power, has more strength and he is that confident.. anything other than a quick victory is cause for serious concern when comparing him to other top heavyweights.
Also, anything other than a quick and decisive victory and AJ should be criticised.. by AJs and his fans own standards and claims he should be slaughtered.
They can't have it both ways
yes, he will beat him decisively. ive never been a fan of aj, nor usyk for that matter. im just going by what my eyes and experience tell me. got no feelings invested. other than being bothered by being wrong, i dont care who wins.
Usyk isn`t Russian anyway he`s Ukranian and they have no history of doping and no connection to Russian trainers.
It will be harder than the Parker fight judging by how Usyk was more impressive v Chisora than Parker was and how Usyk took Chisora`s shots better than Parker did.
probably. parker presents only as much resistance as your pushing requires. usyk will be tryng to do whats needed and then some. wont be enough, though.
What punch will AJ land the most?
What AJ says is true.
AJ has seen a loss before.
the basic 1-2. it will be there all night in between usyks constant front foot feints. if aj coach can train him to throw it at the correct moment, thats all hes gonna need to start unraveling usyk.
I feel Aj will be landing on the guard and the body the most and take the early rounds due to Usyks low workrate. That alone means Aj wins due to british judges
at first, yes. but aj needs to throw hard enough to knock usyk off balance when he hits him on the arms. this prevents usyk from having the solid base from which to counter with hurtful shots. it also will make him weary of the power, as he will know what a punch will do to him should it connect on his jaw. this will also make aj's feints much more effective, as usyk will already be made skittish from his increasingly bruised blocking arms..
He had over the hill small HW in Pov and out of retirement 41 y.o Wlad for example, who did not had fought more than 12 months before this, yeah.
This ofc reduces skills value in fight and is reality.
38 y.o Wlad had finished then undefeated 33 y.o Pulev in 5 rounds, for modern hero A.J to finish 39 y.o Pulev took 9 rounds.
This is what this is and vs Takam he looked less impressive than then not enough old for A.J Povetkin version.