What would AJ’s game plan be vs Wilder?

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  1. Olu G. Rotimi

    Olu G. Rotimi Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Excellent analysis.
     
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  2. lordlosh

    lordlosh Well-Known Member Full Member

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    When exactly Ortiz hits as hard as AJ? The guy who couldn`t stop Malik Scott and Hammer.
    And fight C to D level of opponents. Same can be said for Wilder with the except of Fury and he lost that fight and not to mention Fury is feather fisted ....

    It will probably go down to who find it first and i`m going to bet on AJ on this one.
    Wilder wild punches won`t work against decent boxer.
     
  3. RulesMakeItInteresting

    RulesMakeItInteresting Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I still think it's up to what happens when Joshua gets caught flush with the right hand. Ruiz can't hit as hard as Wilder...no.

    I don't see Joshua standing, no matter how smartly he fights.

    That said, Fury was practically unconscious when decked by Deontay, and he got up.
     
  4. mstar

    mstar Well-Known Member Full Member

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    for me its down to who has the creativity to land accurately. The first to land clean will finish the fight. I know people all say Wilder but if AJ hit wilder like Ortiz did i think Wilder will wobble. However, wilder can land 1st round or last. SO its more 50/50 than people think.
     
  5. Sampneb

    Sampneb Member Full Member

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    Honestly think AJ best tactic is to pre-fight, talk about how he's going to outbox Wilder, land the jab etc.

    In the fight, best tactic would be to come hard and fast early. Get him out of there early. Not without it's risks, but I'm confident Wilder can be caught cold early (especially if he is thinking AJ is going to start slow).

    My worry for AJ if he boxes for a decision, is that late on he will be caught and KO'ed.
     
  6. Alphafighter

    Alphafighter Active Member blocked Full Member

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    Like all Wilder fights, AJ will be ahead on the cards till he gets complacent and makes that one fatal mistake