"Wilder is the most overrated heavyweight boxer all time." Talk about hyperbole. He may be overrated in some circles, but he is clearly underrate in others. The "AJ" crew headed up by yourself, ukboxingfan, vegan beast et al. clearly underrate him. You talk about Szpilka - and ignore the fact that "styles make fights". This phrase is bandied about only when it suits, clearly. Wilder knocked out Szpilka, in case you hadn't noticed, and the legend that is Andy Rice Pudding Jr clobbered Joshua and made him give up, despite being short, morbidly obese and on short notice. I've said a thousand times on this forum that I think Joshua is a very good boxer, but you ignore that. The fact is that his flaws leave him vulnerable against "one trick pony" Wilder. The bout is not a foregone conclusion in either direction, but I would have to favour Wilder and I think the most likely outcome is a Wilder knockout over Joshua. "Just be realistic about Wilder for a ****ing second" he says as if Joshua is some unbeatable boxer, when he has been rocked countless times, gassed countless times, has lost twice and once against someone who couldn't even wobble the ghost of Liakhovich, Johnson or Franklin Lawrence. He has won one bout outside of UK and that was in a neutral state on a Matchroom card. That also has to be taken into account in the case that the bout takes place in America. I fail to see how seeing Wilder as a favourite in that bout is being unrealistic. Your assessment is genuinely laughable.