Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Luizio, May 20, 2019.
How would AJ have taken that right hand from Wilder that KO'd Breazeale?
by slipping it.
on his glove
Fine bc after the second one he wouldn't have shook.his head and waved for another one lol
He gets dropped. I think he might get back to his feet though because he has showed he has heart. He took a big shot from Wlad and got back up so hes earned my benefit of the doubt but he goes down. That shot was brutal.
The British ref will leap in front of the blow! DQ!!!! DQ!!
Firstly AJ has a defence, that's a start. I'm not expert but I think Breazeale guarding his manhood with his left hand wasn't the right tactic when facing a man with a seriously powerful right hand.
Errrr it was a great right hand, sounded superb, that real thud and slap of leather, sounded beautiful.
AJ would have been hurt, maybe dropped, maybe knocked spark out, I don't think he would have eaten a clean shot like that and walked through it. I don't think many Heavyweights would take a clean shot from another Heavyweight who can punch and not be moved in some way.
When you have men that size who can punch landing flush it's not often they take that sort of shot unfazed or stay upright.
The left hook Whyte threw to KO Chisora would have every other heavyweight on the planet in some sort of trouble.
The Uppercut that AJ landed on Whyte would have every other heavyweight on the planet in some sort of trouble.
But yeah, Wilder threw a great shot and Breazeale got dropped, he was up right on 10 though so he wasn't spark out which was quite surprising when you hear the sound when the punch landed.
wilder wouldn’t land it on AJ or any decent HW.
If he got hit by the same right hand in the same place his legs would have also turned to jello and wouldn't been able to make the 10 count. I don't think anyone but Tyson could get back up after that shot.
Same result as Brazzeale. All that hype, marketing, protection would have come crashing down in 1 minute
Tyson Fury has Defence, Defence is where you are able to slip the vast majority of shots and get hit very little. AJ has been hit clean in most of his fights, heck Takam broke his nose. Povetkin managed to hit him, Parker managed to hit him and if Wilder hits you, you have a problem
Defence isn't just slipping shots, its also footwork, blocking, riding a shot, also judging distance, offence is also a part of defence, knowing and timing when to attack and back up a fighter to stop an attack. There are many more things to it than bobbing and weaving like Fury does.
Fury for all that slipping got dropped twice against Wilder, Fury for all his slipping and sliding got dropped by Cunningham.
If Wladimir threw punches he may well have given Fury serious problems, Wladimir only start throwing shots in the last few minutes and started to land.
Yeah sure AJ gets hit more than Fury but he engages opponents more than Fury, look at Furys punch stats for Wilder.. I believe it was something like 84 shots landed over 12 rounds.
Not sure what he landed against Wladimir but it was roughly the same I believe, Fury doesn't engage like AJ and Wilder or even Whyte, that old saying.. "you go out in the rain you get wet" so therefore you throw more punches the more likely you are to get hit.
I love how all these posters failed to understand the question. Meh...smh
no, you failed to understand the answers.
Well one day, the right person will be educated.