Loads of people sleeping on Breazeale Molina rocked Wilder badly lol

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  1. Tyson Fury Goat

    Tyson Fury Goat Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I expect wilder to win but Breazeale is a live dog in this one...…….
     
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  2. JDub

    JDub New Member booted Full Member

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    Totally! Not sold on Wilder at all. Breazeale is slow and Wilder *should* catch him at some point. However, Breazeale is tough and has power of his own, he definitely has a chance. Around 33% chance if I had to put a figure on it I reckon.
     
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  3. CST80

    CST80 The Mercurial Malcontent Staff Member

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    The only one that is going to be sleeping is Breazeale.
     
  4. Brighton bomber

    Brighton bomber Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    How the fight plays out will come down to how Breazeale handles Wilder's power.

    If Wilder does indeed hit THAT hard and can do what nobody else has been able to do and hurt him to the point he can't defend himself and swing back then Wilder will likely beat him with ease as Breazeale is very easy to hit.

    But if Wilder's power isn't a level above the likes of Joshua, Ugonoh and Mansour and Breazeale can fight back effectively after being hurt then Wilder is in for a tough night. DB is dangerous when under fire and Wilder is wide open when going for the finish, we could see Wilder finding himself in a precarious fight where going for the KO gives Breazeale opportunities to turn the fight around and his greatest strength becomes his greatest liability.

    I suspect this fight will be a tricky one for Wilder. I don't think he's just going to blow out Breazeale, Molina took him 9 rounds and rocked him, Duhaupas took him 11, a completely shot Arreola took him 8, etc. Wilder doesn't often blow out guys quickly, he needs his opponents to tire usually before he can land one of his bombs as he telegraphs almost everything.

    The pressure is on Wilder for this fight as there is a direct comparison to Joshua. If he struggles or takes longer to finish Breazeale it will fuel the critics but if he blows DB out early it only strengthens his position and claim to be the true number 1.
     
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  5. Badbot

    Badbot Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    As did Ortiz, Stiverne, Fury and Duhaupas. And none of them finished the job.



    His defense is ****, his footwork is none existent and his offense is slow and predictable.
    Anyone honestly thinks he can win just by standing there with his head up high?


    At least Duhaupas crouched low, moved his head and pressured Wilder. He made Wilder work.


    As did Molina. He changed levels, angles and used explosive movements when on the offensive.

    Breazeale just walks around trying to catch butterflies. This will be a brutal KO.
     
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  6. ashishwarrior

    ashishwarrior Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Dom knows the pittance he makes v wilder if he wins
    Which is very possible
    Damn you think he hesitates for the aj rematch
    The pay rise compared to fight wilder
    That right there is his motivation
    Needs a ko though otherwise he's getting robbed on the cards
     
  7. Payback87

    Payback87 Active Member Full Member

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    Molina kinda rocked and outboxed Breazeale as well until he gassed and got stopped. Breazeale is very limited, tough and big guy that can punch a bit but also very slow and zero defense. He is also regularly out of shape like most HWs actually but he is legit 6`6~6`7 at least.

    Breazeale is a stiff test for quite many HWs out there between top 3 and 10 but not for Wilder or Joshua.
     
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  8. RacingBeat

    RacingBeat Casual lives matter Full Member

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    Can’t argue with this. But Wilder is awful as well. Pumped for this fight!
     
  9. chico g

    chico g Boxing Addict Full Member

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    It will be like target practice when Deontay tees off on him. Seriously as anybody seen how slow Dominic is, with those flabby pecs flopping all over the place!
     
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  10. dinovelvet

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    Breazzele will subvert people's expectations by knocking Wilder clean out.
     
  11. chico g

    chico g Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Lol put the crackpipe down Richter! See you at the party Saturday night!
     
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  12. Baneofthegame

    Baneofthegame Active Member Full Member

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    Wilder KO7, Breazeale is a tough guy, but he’s slow predictable and easily hit.

    Not a good combination vs arguably the hardest puncher in the division.
     
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  13. BoxingABC1

    BoxingABC1 WE ARE FIREMEN, THE HEAT DOESN'T BOTHER US Full Member

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    i highly, highly doubt Breazeale would make a pittance if he wins tbh. His purse would go up massively
     
  14. ashishwarrior

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    Pittance facing wilder which should be his motivation of getting to negotiating with eh day
     
  15. northpaw

    northpaw Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I don't like Wilder or Breazeale (however I will be cheering for Breazeale to rid us of Wilder), but I am of the firm position that Wilder will likely win by a spectacular knockout.
     
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