Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by murphman22, Mar 27, 2021.
I enjoyed it...
This is why nobody should pay £20 on top of an already expensive subscription to watch this fatty who did the same against Joshua on a PPV years ago.
If Whyte has a top 5 resume why does he get the abuse he gets on here? Serious question? I’ve tried to find out for a year or two now.
Whenever I've seen Molina he's looked like a guy that doesn't want to be there. Despite that he gave Wardley problems last night and that doesn't bode well for the future for Wardley, last night was his chance to really hammer someone who is weirdly considered a name purely for sharing the ring with Wilder and AJ in title fights.
Because his promoter is Eddy Heanr and that's a cardinal sin on this forum.
I can see many faults in Hearn but at least can be slightly subjective.
It's the melonhead, he has a huge melon shaped cranium. I don't think being popped twice for PEDS helps either or the fact that he turned down Joshua 2 because he wanted more money. For me it's the melonhead and his hard on the eye style, he looks like a wobbly uncoordinated mess. I get why people like him and there was a time where I was on board with it all but I'm done with Whyte now.
He’s got far more boxing skill than Wilder ever did though and he was lauded by most people despite it being obvious how crap he was. I’m not a huge fan but I don’t mind him and can’t understand the dislike.
I agree though, he certainly should have taken that Joshua fight.
I think you'll find its because Whyte is quite unlikeable
I don't see why myself: Down to earth, funny guy, entertaining fighter that takes on tough and risky opponents.
Its because of the bull**** that comes with him. He will fight anybody! Not true. Mandatory for 1000 days! Not true.
The guy cries about a title shot, gets offered multiple elimintaors but turns them down. Gets a crack at AJ but turns that down because he wants to become a mando and name his own terms in a potential rematch.
Thats my issue withthe Whyte hype train and also i think he is very overrated. A Chisora level fighter hyped up to be the bogeyman of heavyweights.
If he had fought Pulev he would have had his shot by now. If he had fought Ortiz he would have had his shot by now.
No problem with going the money route but they just mug the fans off with smoke and mirrors.
Ive been waiting years for you to post again
Because,every post is a treasure trove of messianic information from a 110 year old dude to guide a sport gone wrong.
I know when pizzatime intervenes...its a gentle nudge from an elder statesman a time traveller no less..... who fought during the 1930s........ following retirement you liked nothing better than a beer ,nuts, and pizza over a saturday night fight...as the decades and years went on.... like the character in green mile you found you were ageless.....by the 1980s you knew the sport was declining..... so you retreated to the hills where you could watch boxing from a safe distance less hurt by its modern vulgarities.
I imagine you live a simple pure life up top a mountain in idaho with only a few yaks,pure spring water and a subscription to ring magazine.....you have a,pizza oven ....where you bake a fresh pie once a day with those battle scarred hands
I imagine dillian whyte ppv"s have forced this timeless sage of boxing to "intervene".....Eddie Hearn listen....
Plus he looks like a melting sundae in the ring.....he pronounces "also" as "arrsehoe".....these things dont sell the sport....nor does his face makeover.......whyte should be sold as a big bad brixton badass.....who used to be a yardie....and if you push him too hard the yardie in him may come out.
Your not alone
Hs obviously has fans hence the numbers he delivers
But its very down the middle and plenty cant stand him
Down to earth?
Agree. He's never beaten anyone of note. He could have fought Povetkin years ago but waited until he was a twitching corpse, and still got KTFO by him.
Parker? Meh. That guy is always happy to lose.