Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Vegan Beast, Oct 13, 2021.
But AJ hasn’t been exposed? Lol
How's Joshua supposed to do that when he does a funny dance every time he's hit? How do you think he's supposed to bully Wilder when he's petrified of being hit even by Usyk?
It's Wilder's bout to lose. He should come in light, because even 210lbs Wilder has more than enough to crack Joshua's egg.
Wilder ‘deserves’ nothing, he got beaten in three different ways by a guy who was meant to be a cherry pick to start with. Having said that, if he still has the hunger and enough in the tank there’s some very interesting fights out there for him that I’d tune in for.
They both were!
No bum dosser is done, Lep. Fury ended his hype and career. Beat him like the ugly son he never wanted.
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Fury is the Alpha of Alphas though right now!
Fury and Usyk should join forces and mosey on down to hell and baptize the devil and all his minions
whilst fighting bellew inbetween rounds.
A Femi WIlder fight will happen in 22 for 3rd place play off.
I would suggest he retire after the mental and physical punishment he took the past 2 Fury fights. His stamina is shot and his punch resistence likely reducded from Fury rattling his brain. But, if he did fight again I'd watch to see how far he's regressed.
Bronze medal bomber.
He should still fight. Forget about Fury, AJ Wilder is still interesting (assuming AJ loses the rematch with Usyk). I don’t want to see a 4th with Fury but this is boxing and there are people who would watch it. Okay, I’d watch it because it’s fun to see Wilder talk trash and get knocked out. Maybe a few of his diehard fans can join the excuse and conspiracy parade like they have done for the first three. They are fun to watch like a room full of village idiots.
Wilder is done. He isn’t ever going to get over those losses to Fury. Wilder could beat Whyte but that would be it. Wilder struggled even with mediocre fighters until his power bailed him out. I don’t think he would lay a glove on Usyk. Wilder feasted on handpicked opposition and when he met his best opponent he won 4 rounds out of 30.