Wilder back to fighting bums June 12th

Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by kriszhao, Apr 4, 2021.

  1. Wizbit1013

    Wizbit1013 The Original 101.3 Full Member

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    You div lol

    Its not bragging ,it's that this guy lost to Howard...

    And who care about Wilders next potential opponent?

    Well that's what the threads about numb nuts
     
  2. IntentionalBrit

    IntentionalBrit New Member Full Member

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    Wilders leaving on a stretcher here
     
  3. drenlou

    drenlou The Real KING OF THE HILL! Full Member

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    Well tell us how Howard is this superstar that you mention him as one. "Didn't he lose to Howard, and Breazeale?" Wtf is howard... let me check boxrec and make it seem i know who he is!:)
     
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  4. Wizbit1013

    Wizbit1013 The Original 101.3 Full Member

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    WTF are you babbling about? lol

    You have read it that way but i never claimed to really know who he is

    And again my point was he is a nobody, not a superstar

    You clearly are ignoring that you nimcompoop :meparto:
     
  5. Decker

    Decker Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Double, you made a few good points. But not everything you said was true. Wilder is not that big of a name among the HWs. World wide Fury and AJ are bigger, Ruiz and many other HWs have as big a name as Wilder. As some of the Brit HWs have said - he's not all that well known in the US (LOL)

    And don't say I'm a "hater". I've stated that Wilder could beat many of the older HW legends and I think he'd be competitive vs. Whyte and many other top HWs... unless the loss to Fury has ruined him. But why did he seem to duck AJ and Whyte?

    Just stop, don't you know better than that? Fans want to see Wilder in there with a live opponent. That's all.
     
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  6. drenlou

    drenlou The Real KING OF THE HILL! Full Member

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    Didnt get beat by Dwight Howard though? Oops wrong howard!:risas3: might as well mention his first loss as well!:)
     
  7. Wizbit1013

    Wizbit1013 The Original 101.3 Full Member

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    Looking back i think i have more than likely had a fair few pointless arguments , but this one tops them all lol
     
  8. drenlou

    drenlou The Real KING OF THE HILL! Full Member

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    :risas3::risas3::risas3:
     
  9. Vegan Beast

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    4 days later and not one single source was given....
     
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  10. TFP

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    at the age of, what, coming up to 36, I'm not sure what Wilder's plan is from here. is is still possible that Joshua might have to give up his WBO belt if he fights Fury [pigs might fly] instead of a mandatory? If so I suppose there might be an in for Wilder there against a relatively soft opponent?
     
  11. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Ha Ha Ha Ha. Wilder is NOT that big of a name among heavyweights? Yeah, nobody knows that guy. Did you really type that?

    Ha. Ha. Ha. HA. HA HAHA HAHAHAHA. He's NOT that big of a name. (LOL)

    Ah yes, Fury and Joshua are SO big that their whole deal for their "SUPERFIGHT" depends on Hearn being able to convince ONE Saudi Prince to buy a fight at an exhorbitant price (to cover practically the whole thing) because the fight isn't going to be on PPV in the U.S. and nobody in the UK will spend more than 29.99 for the BIGGEST FIGHT EVER. (LOL)

    Fury and Joshua are SO BIG globally the last TWO times Fury fought in the UK - AFTER BEATING WLAD for THREE of the four belts - they were on Carl Frampton and Maurice Hooker undercards ... and he was so embarrassed he said he'd never fight in the UK again ... and hasn't.

    I think some people who insist Fury and Joshua ARE HUGE forget England is like the size of California. Except Californians will pay more than 29.99 for a PPV. (LOL)
     
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  12. lufcrazy

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    Why would you wanna pay more than £30 for a PPV?

    We get almost all the global stuff for free over here, and have a max of £30 for the big domestic stuff.

    Sounds like a good deal to me tbh.
     
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  13. Decker

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    I was nicer to you than most here - the others were correct not to give you any benefit of the doubt. The poster that considered you from an alternative universe has it down cold.
    Wilder is 0-1-1 (most think 0-2) vs. his main live opponent unless you consider ~40 y/o Ortiz all that live. He ducked AJ, Whyte, and others.

    Some advise - lots of Ha ha ha's and LOLs only weakens your position. I hope you don't take it.
     
  14. Doppleganger

    Doppleganger Southside Slugger Full Member

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    I get that he had a beating in his last fight but then so did Joshua in the first Ruiz fight and he came back to avenge his loss in the very next fight.

    It does say a lot about the mental toughness (should that be weakness) of Wilder.
     
  15. Surrix

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    I just had put him on ignore list. No worth to waste time.
    If he does think that California alone might generate more income than all U.K, then he does not know how to use google, not alone to think.

    Fury had beated up Wilder in his backyard and is advertised as Gypsy king and he is from U.K.
    He now really might generated a lot of money income.
     
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