Ruiz set to get a shot at Wilder before AJ according to the WBC!

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  1. It's Ovah

    It's Ovah Left hook, right hook, uppercut combination Full Member

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    Why would you think that?
     
  2. It's Ovah

    It's Ovah Left hook, right hook, uppercut combination Full Member

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    Unless Ruiz runs straight at him and eats a big right I don't see how Wilder stops him early. And Ruiz never runs at anybody. Hell, I doubt he ever runs period.
     
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  3. CST80

    CST80 The Mercurial Mephistophelean Malcontent Staff Member

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    Nothing ruling out Wilder taking the Stiverne2 or Breazeale take the fight to him approach. When those windmills start flying, they can be hard to defend against.
     
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  4. snake33

    snake33 New Member Full Member

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    If Ruiz comes in over 270 it'll be a first round KO.
    Under 260 and he'll last till later in the fight.
    If he comes in over 300 he'll be KO'd at the weighin.
     
  5. Ukansodoff

    Ukansodoff Deontay plz stop ducking Joshua. Thank you. Full Member

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    Well thats the Wilder and WBC effect for you. A fighter comes in in the worst shape of his life and loses and the WBC put him in the highest position they have ever had him. When they are being lined up to face Wilder win or lose, good or bad performance they start to fly up those rankings.
     
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  6. It's Ovah

    It's Ovah Left hook, right hook, uppercut combination Full Member

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    Stiverne was a beaten up wreck by the time that second fight came round, and Breazeale lumbered straight at Wilder with his customary disdain for defence of any kind. I highly doubt the same pattern would unfold in a Ruiz fight.
     
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  7. Safin

    Safin Member Full Member

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    The WBC could not be any less transparent. Transparent means that they are upfront with their policy, which they are not.
     
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  8. JediPimp007

    JediPimp007 Long suffering reader Full Member

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    Not sure why this surprises anyone, the WBC are the most corrupt of the sanctioning bodies.
     
  9. UFC2015

    UFC2015 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Indeed, he wont get lucky fighting a glass chined AJ again
     
  10. UFC2015

    UFC2015 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    It will be funny to see the predictable reaction of the AJ fans when Wilder flattens Ruiz in a few rounds "AJ finished Ruiz".

    People keep forgetting the reason why AJ lost the first fight, he was so desperate to put on a show given Wilder's one round demolition of Brazzeale, thats what pressurized him to charge in against Ruiz after the knock down in Round 3.

    It is Wilder who lives in AJ's head rent free
     
  11. Bigdog2002

    Bigdog2002 Active Member Full Member

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    Unless Ruiz pulls a Malik Scott then it’s the worst posible fight for wilder!!!

    i think Ruiz has the best chance in beating wilder! When I say beating him I mean knocking him out And leaving no doubts!!!

    HORRIBLE !!! A 250 pound Ruiz destroys wilder!

    wilder can’t box and will not be disciplined to box because he has a la k of discipline and relied on his power!
     
  12. It's Ovah

    It's Ovah Left hook, right hook, uppercut combination Full Member

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    Not anymore. AJs learnt his lesson and is doing his own thing. That makes him a very dangerous man.
     
  13. UFC2015

    UFC2015 Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Not really, if Wilder carries on his string of first and second round Ko's especially against opponents AJ has faced before whereas AJ continues his Wlad Klitshko impersonation of risk free bouncing around 12 round decisions, the pressure on him is only going to increase.
     
  14. Jackman65

    Jackman65 No longer booted! Full Member

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    So after Fury beats Wilder, Fat-Andy will get his shot? I hope he keeps the weight gain going. He’s got a legit shot at being the first 400 pounder. I think he can do it. Go Andy!
     
  15. sauhund II

    sauhund II Well-Known Member Full Member

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    The only fighter Ruiz ever destroyed was glass chinned AJ.....Fact.

    Ruiz eats way too many shots for bhis own good, you cannot do that against Wilder plus Wilder will keep it long , he aint trading hooks inside...Ruiz gets ko'ed or takes a brutal beating over 12 but he aint winning the fight under any circumstances.

    For you AJ jockriders.........the only reason you rate Ruiz because he made your hero quit........without that fight you would be calling Ruiz a bum and why is Wilder fighting him.
     


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