Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by Oakland Billy Smith, Jun 11, 2019.
How do you rank them?
Wilder, hands down.
Wilder. Inside the ring & outside the ring.
He is the most exciting and explosive in the ring. Outside the ring, his trash talking is entertaining and charismatic.
Out of those it's Wilder
But it's Dillian Whyte
Wilder but he does have the adavtange fighting the poorest opposition. Them Aj, thenbRuiz then Fury who just isnt a entertaining fighter.
Hard to say, since all them can be exciting with the right opponent.
Wilder, Ruiz, AJ
Wilder, Joshua (his fights on the most part are usually dramatic, reminds me of Khan), Ruiz, and Fury
****ing HILARIOUS. Outside the ring, Fury wins hands down.
Wilder, easily. Insane power but also quite vulnerable.
AJ next. Ruiz after that and then Fury. I like watching Fury when he properly puts on a clinic but it doesn't often have drama.
I find it difficult to watch Fury inside the ring because I get bored to death.
And I can't stand his bull**** opinions outside the ring anymore.
Wilder is most exciting in the ring, AJ and Whyte a close second. But since Wilder also chats so much **** outside the ring, and with AJ being uninspiring... the overall winner is:
He always shows up to fight, his last few KOs have been the most devastating and intense.
And he speaks sense most of the time outside the ring and always makes the presser excitong/dramatic to watch without having to go over the top and dress like Batman.
His 'The Gloves are Off" head to head interviews with opponents are always tense and dramatic. That alone is an event
Sorry to disagree with you on this but, I'm sure that most will agree when I say that Wilder spouts complete and utter Bollocks most of the time and is a charisma vacuum, Joshua is media trained to the hilt and definately not charismatic, Fury is the most contradicting spouter of absolute nonsense and Whyte tends to display lunatic tendencies if pushed a little to far. Ruiz is just a nice guy.
Every now and then each one of these guys will be caught on form and will interest and entertain on occasion but I tend to think they all have something to offer in the ring, especially when on form. Wilder, Joshua and Ruiz regularly put on a thrilling, exciting performance whereas Fury can well and truly stink the joint out.