What can AJ learn from Wilder?

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  1. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Ruiz was floored by Joshua and Whyte and Takam were stopped by him. Takam was flattened by Chisora, too. And Parker was dropped a couple times by Whyte.

    I'll take Wilder's chin over all of theirs.

    Truth is, if Wilder knocked out all those guys, people would just dismiss those wins by saying someone else had already dropped or stopped them.

    If Wilder drops a guy who was dropped before, they say the guy had no chin. If Wilder drops a guy who has never been dropped before, they wait until he goes down against someone else and say he never had a chin.

    It's a pattern.

    And if Ruiz, Parker, Whyte or Takam knocked out Wilder, they'd get a parade because NO ONE would expect them to stop Wilder. Because no one has.

    Wilder has the better chin.
     
  2. ShovelHook

    ShovelHook Active Member Full Member

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    Parker was dropped legitimately once you muppet, clearly haven't seen the fight. First time he went down was to a massive headbutt then he was dropped by a massive left hook and got up like it was nothing like Ruiz did with AJ when he got put down. Parker takes a good shot, my point isn't that they've been beaten. It's that they hit pretty hard, especially Whyte and AJ and Parker took it like a champ. You don't know how to stay on topic.
     
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  3. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Klitschko? What year do you think this is? He's been retired for years.

    Whyte went the distance with Helenius and Dave Allen ... Gerald Washington and Luis Ortiz did better than that.

    Didn't Povetkin just go the distance in three of his last four wins (against Hughie, Hammer and Rudenko)? He hasn't looked like a puncher since he started PASSING his drug tests.

    Those are your big punchers?

    Okay.

    Let's see if Povetkin and Joshua survive Michael Hunter and Andy Ruiz (LOL) and maybe we'll finally see Wilder GET HIS CHIN TESTED. (You guys kill me,)
     
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  4. UKboxingfan

    UKboxingfan Well-Known Member Full Member

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    So tell us about the big punchers Wilder has faced?
     
  5. ShovelHook

    ShovelHook Active Member Full Member

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    I'm not talking about current day for all of them, these are the massive punchers he has ducked on purpose. By the way Whyte had an issue with his left shoulder for a long time and only got it fixed before the Lucas Browne fight and since then has smashed people with his left hook and by the way Dave Allen hasn't actually been put down by anyone until Tony Yoka I believe. Povetkin and Wlad are clearly too old to present too much of a challenge now. You're very stupid to argue with.
     
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  6. Oddone

    Oddone Best Forehead Award Winner Full Member

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    He can learn how to...

    1. Scream at reporters. TO THIS DAY! TO THIS DAY!!!!
    2. Throw his body completely into his right hand leaving himself off balance
    3. Dress as if he were some kind of deformed idiot savant Liberace
    4. Talk nonsense about killing someone in the ring
     
  7. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Weren't you the guy saying Wilder doesn't have a good chin because Harold Sconiers knocked him down once a decade ago, before Wilder obliterated him?

    Whatever man.

    We've got a heavyweight champion who has been down once in 43 fights ... has been the champ five years and has 10 successful title defenses.

    And we've got a collection of challengers who have been down a half-dozen times each, and haven't engaged in nearly as many fights,

    And I'm arguing with nitwits who say the dominant, longtime champ who has never lost and has only been down once is the guy with the weak chin.

    I hope someone archives these threads during the Wilder era.

    You guys aren't the brightest bulbs.

    I'm going to go now.

    I hope Joshua can manage Andy Ruiz this time (if Joshua hasn't been too beaten up in sparring) and doesn't pee his pants in public again. But don't hold your breath.
     
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  8. LANCE99

    LANCE99 Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    And still has a terrible resume.
     
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  9. ShovelHook

    ShovelHook Active Member Full Member

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    I'm not saying Wilder has a bad chin, I'm saying it isn't that good though because it isn't. I think Ruiz has a better chin. It's about who you test it against and his tests have been weak so far. Wilder fans and AJ fans alike are total muppets lauding **** champions in my view.
     
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  10. lloydturnip

    lloydturnip Well-Known Member Full Member

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    How not to bottle it.Wilder is a nutter .AJ needs more devil
     
  11. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    That's the same thing. (LOL)

    Wilder has gone down once in 43 fights. And in that one fight, he knocked the other guy down four times and stopped him in three rounds.

    If he didn't have a good chin, we wouldn't even be discussing him.

    He'd have gone the way of Sam Peter, Oleg Maskaev, Andrew Golota and Seth Mitchell years ago.

    Goodnight.
     
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  12. bbjc

    bbjc Well-Known Member Full Member

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    He can learn distance from wilder tbf. Underated skill of wilder. If the opponent goes too far over the line trying to close the gap... wilders pretty good at moving to get the opponent to commit just far enough to be open for the right hand. He mixes it up pretty well with the jab....so the opponents never quite sure when the rights coming. The powers great....but that distsnce is playing a part in getting some of them knockouts.
     
  13. Manfred

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    What he can learn from Wilder is that, when it is time to close the show, CLOSE THE DAM SHOW!!!!
     
  14. ShovelHook

    ShovelHook Active Member Full Member

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    Not the same thing, it's called having a meh chin. Hardly an Oliver McCall with an iron chin now is he?
     


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