Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Zakman, Jul 13, 2019 at 7:00 PM.
He has no chin. None.
Glass jaws exist in boxing.
Broken records exist in garages.
He only has a glass jaw when he fights someone who challenged Deontay Wilder for the title.
It stood up against Whyte, Peter, Brewster, Chisora, Liakhovich, Teper ...
But he got laid out by Duhaupas and Washington. (LOL)
Breazeale should fight Helenius next.
Helenius could take a punch. He has 0 punch resistance now.
I disagree. Washington was hitting him flush with long, straight, hard right hands all night.
It was more of a case of Washington chipping away with hard rights for close to a half hour before finally hitting him with one that stopped him in the eighth.
I know. It's like it's fallen off a cliff.
He should hang 'em up. You need a chin in boxing.
It's funny, nobody in the round by round thread said Helenius had zero chin during the fight when he was shaking off those power shots round after round. Not once.
Now he can't take a punch? (sarcasm)
Wilder fangirls celebrating Washington's win!
This is truly hilarious
Proof is in the pudding. He got starched by a guy not known as a big HW puncher. And it's not the first time, either.
Yes, it's happened TWO times. (LOL)
It was a good win. KOs are the best.
And weren't you the guy, before the first round started, who said the "scrub" Washington was going to go down hard?
Once is a fluke, two times is a pattern.
Face it, Helenius can't take a HW punch anymore which is why a limited fighter like Washington was able to beat him.
This is so clear, only the most deluded, or those with an agenda, would deny it. Helenius's chin is now glass.
He's still a scrub. This shot to **** version of Helenius was getting the better of him and outboxing scrub Washington.
He's a scrub who doesn't hit that hard either. And yet he starched Helenius. That shows how little punch resistance the dude has left.
The very fact that he was KOd by a guy at Washington's level shows his chin is china.