Wilder back to fighting bums June 12th

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  1. kriszhao

    kriszhao Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Carlos Negron is set to be Wilders opponent on June 12th I guess Martin was too dangerous for Wilder. :copas:
     
  2. Wizbit1013

    Wizbit1013 The Original 101.3 Full Member

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    Blimey, didnt he lose to Howard and Breazale?

    Where's this reported?
     
  3. Finkel

    Finkel Member Full Member

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    If true, Could have been worse. It's will be his first fight back after a bad loss and a long lay-off.

    PPV anyone?
     
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  4. Ph33rknot

    Ph33rknot El gran campeón Mexicano Full Member

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    I'd give him a bum too if I was his team just to rebuild his ego
     
  5. UnleashtheFURY

    UnleashtheFURY Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Late April fool's joke? This really isn't any better than Stiverne III would have been.
     
  6. 007 373 5963

    007 373 5963 Member Full Member

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    Even for a tune-up this is embarrassing.
     
  7. ashishwarrior

    ashishwarrior Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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  8. Limerickbox

    Limerickbox Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Any source for this?
     
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  9. chico g

    chico g Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    It will be a good appetizer until Deontay deals with the Joshua and Fury winner. Well done bomb squad, well done Mr Haymon, put it on a PPV alongside Ruiz Arreola. lol
     
  10. xnico

    xnico New Member Full Member

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    wilder knows the world will be watching no matter who he fights well done
     
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  11. Brighton bomber

    Brighton bomber Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Honestly I'd be surprised if he fought anyone decent on his return. He's not fought for over a year, is coming off a devastating loss and based on his most recent behaviour seems to have mentally unraveled. His handlers would have to be stupid to throw him in with anyone with even half a chance.
     
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  12. CroBox29

    CroBox29 Member Full Member

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    Wilder will flatten him, a weak opponent in Wilder's return in the ring...
     
  13. N17

    N17 Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    The man would have been out for nearly 18 months and coming off a beating.. who should he be fighting?


    How old are some of you? Have you seen some of the legends resumes? Not calling Wilder a legend BtW.

    For example, Robert Duran was knocked out by Thomas Hearns.. his next fight was against Zambrano 9-10-0.. Duran was 77-6 at the time of that fight.

    Thomas Hearns 48-3-1 fought Ken Atkins 11-4-0

    Sugar Ray Robinson 144-9-3 (after losing to Gene Fullmer) fought Wilf Greaves 34-20-1 and only won by a SD.



    It isn't the opponent that would concern me, it's the new trainer, Wilders plan to attack the division, what his motivations and ambitions are.. and what's next after an opponent like this? Is it Whyte? Ruiz Jr?

    Just get Wilder back in the ring, let him get a couple of very quick KO's, then go from there, all fighters are different and Wilder didn't take that Fury defeat very well so I'm OK with this type of opponent.

    Easy to criticise Wilder, I have many times, but let him have a couple of "gimmes" and go from there.
     
  14. Holler

    Holler Doesn't appear to be a paid matchroom PR shill Full Member

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    Where would you place him in murderers row?

    1st Ethan Cox, wasn't ranked
    2nd Shannon Gray, wasn't ranked
    3rd Richard Greene Jr, wasn't ranked
    4th Joseph Rabotte, ranked 393rd in the World
    5th Charles Brown, wasn't ranked
    6th Kelsey Arnold, wasn't ranked
    7th Travis Allen, wasn't ranked
    8th Jerry Vaughn, wasn't ranked
    9th Ty Cobb, ranked 399th in the Heavyweight World
    10th Alvaro Morales, wasn't ranked
    11th Dustin Nichols, wasn't ranked
    12th Shannon Caudle, wasn't ranked
    13th Harold Sconiers, wasn't ranked
    14th Dan Sheehan, wasn't ranked
    15th DeAndrey Abron, wasn't ranked
    16th Reggie Pena, wasn't ranked
    17th Damon Reed, ranked 304th in the World
    18th Dominique Alexander, wasn't ranked
    19th Daniel Cota, ranked 489th in the World
    20th David Long, wasn't ranked
    21st Marlon Hayes, ranked 368th in the World
    22nd Jesse Oltmanns, ranked 492th in the World
    23rd Owen Beck, wasn't ranked
    24th Kertson Manswell, ranked 310th in the World
    25th Damon McCreary, ranked 357th in the World
    26th Kelvin Price, wasn't ranked
    27th Matthew Greer, ranked 325th in the World
    28th Audley Harrison, ranked 136th in the World
    29th Siarhei Liakhovich, ranked 43rd in the World
    30th Nicolai Firtha, ranked 121nd in the World
    31st Malik Scott, ranked 86th in the World
    32nd Jason Gavern, ranked 194th in the World
    33rd Bermane Stiverne, ranked 4th in the World
    34th Eric Molina, ranked 37th in the World
    35th Johann Duhaupas, ranked 34th in the World
    36th Artur Szpilka, ranked 24th in the World
    37th Chris Arreola, ranked 43rd in the World
    38th Gerald Washington ranked 41st in the World
    39th Bermane Stiverne “inactive for two years and UNRANKED at time of fight"
    40th Luis Ortiz - ranked 6th (39 years old may not have been medically fit to fight)
    41st Tyson Fury - artificially thrown back into rankings after 3 years single handedly supporting the Colombian economy.
     
  15. Murderers' Row

    Murderers' Row Active Member Full Member

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    This
     
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