Discussion in 'World Boxing Forum' started by MVC!, May 18, 2019.
Thanks I saw both fights more than once.
We've never really seen Wilder make adjustments outside of the Stiverne fights in which he fought completely differently though. I can't see him closing the skill gap on a now much more wary Fury considering he by all reports has pretty much refused to alter his ungainly technique plenty of times when top level trainers have tried to teach him.
Yeah and pigs could fly if they have wings. Joshua will DESTROY that fraud, assuming his management ever takes the fight, which is a big IF.
're him showboating(something that rarely works)I'm not entirely convinced Fury can stop himself doing it and it's no coincidence that Wilder caught him both times he tried that nonsense.
You're saying nothing could change that and I'm saying we've all been wrong before. I think Joshua handles him early and Fury outpoints him at a canter in a rematch but my point is you shouldn't be determined to label him a fraud should he walk through the fire.
More than 50/50??? Are you high? He has only one belt, has beat nobody (unless you count 50yo Ortiz, nobody in America knows who he is (apart from Alabama and boxing fans) has never sold more than 25,000 tickets, only had one PPV and his biggest purse against Fury was half what AJ gets for a regular defence. When Wilder sells out 80000 arenas against replacements, and has had 9 PPVs get back to me!
Don't be surprised if Wilder KO's AJ in the first round in similar fashion as Breazeale
We'd have waited 5 years for this and it could all be over inside a round
Yeah OK, and don't be surprised if Joshua KO's wilder in 1
That's because he was heavier.
I also wonder what his stamina would be late rounds at this weight.
Well for sure his technique won't be any better and you just know he loses rounds against Fury but he would reckon to catch him again over twelve rounds.It's the reason he does as well as he does,that said who can forget the Chisora rematch?I'd love to see Fury fight like that again.
Man, you're making me sick, i am even mixing things up after i read your nonsens with Breazeale is more legit Top 10 than Ruiz Jr....lmao ofc Ruiz didn't fight Hughie....still, Ruiz Jr is def MORE legit Top 10 than Breazeale. There is NO question about that.
Amateur background: Ruiz
Boxing brain: Ruiz
Ruiz is edging Breazeale in almost every deparment.
There is no logical pov that Breazeale is more legit Top 10 than Ruiz Jr....Ruiz Jr would beat Breazeales ass easily. Absolutely shocking what you're writing in here.
@CST80 - Can we start merging all of these **** samey threads into one? These nothing new simple statement bores are really getting on my nerves cluttering up the boards with all this ****.
We could call it something crap like the Fury-Joshua-Wilder heavyweight love triangle compendium and all of these assholes could post their annoying predictions and hyperbole in there.
And don't be surprised if Wilder keeps ducking Joshua.
I'm just saying I don't think he can make adjustments to make catching Fury more likely. He can be more aggressive, throw more punches for sure but it's not like Fury won't be ready for that.
This is the exact reason AJ has thus far avoided Deontay Wilder. The hype-train would be derailed in spectacular fashion and that fake coward AJ knows it. As does his team.
Joshua can act like a manufactured girl band all he likes, Wilder would woop his HGH gut 6 feet under LOL