''Wilder has a great right hand. I have a great left hand.''

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  1. 22JM

    22JM Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Nope, he ran for his life and every time he got touched he looked hurt, Imagine what Wilder would do to him?
     
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  2. Tramell

    Tramell The Ideological Slayer: I Slay Ideology! Full Member

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    AJ will learn why Fury only threw a flimsy, measly 330+ punches; Wilder isn't a bad boxer. It's only when he is in attack mode that he goes bonkers on the windmill tip.

    Since Wilder is so poor in skills, lacking defensively how do we explain Fury's connect rate just over 26%?
    Landing under 100 punches?
    Those aren't number reflective of how fearful Fury is, rather he can't find that opening as easy as he thought.

    When I label a boxer as amateurish in their abilities...usually if not almost always his competitor has either a high punch-rate, connect rate or both to validate the argument.
     
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  3. RingKing75

    RingKing75 Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Agreed. The longer the fight goes the more it favors DW.
     
  4. Serge

    Serge The Baddest Man on the Planet Staff Member

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    Bootleg D's right hand has laid out more stiffs than a mortician.
     
  5. Jacob Tanswell

    Jacob Tanswell Member Full Member

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    The top 3 will all beat each other: Wilder beats Joshua, Joshua beats Fury, Fury beats Wilder
     
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  6. Aydamn

    Aydamn Dillian Whyte #CLEARED like I said he would be Full Member

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    Some 6 foot nothing guys can actually bang you know... hell even sub 6 foot
     
  7. chico g

    chico g Boxing Addict Full Member

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    The speed difference between the bodybuilder and the devastating bronze bomber is evident. Not saying Joshua is slow, he isn't. But Deontay moves like a agent in that film the matrix. Joshua 's like the equivalent of Morpheus. And he got his ass kicked in the first film. Excellent acting by Hugo Weaving i must say.
     
  8. nickpoppunk

    nickpoppunk Unbelievable Bentekkers Full Member

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    hypothetically. take away wilders right and Joshua left hands. who wins? i say joshua.

    putting them left and right back in. Joshua wins again

    unless wilder lands a flush right then we see how tough AJ actually is
     
  9. KenBoon

    KenBoon The Marquess of Queensbury's proof reader Full Member

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    Both flawed fighters but AJ has the better smarts in the ring so would go for him. I think his loss to Ruiz will make him a better all round fighter, although once he gets whacked by Wilder he could revert back to type.

    Fury beats AJ by a country mile, close call with Wilder but will go with Fury in the rematch.
     
  10. It's Ovah

    It's Ovah Left hook, right hook, uppercut combination Full Member

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    Well yes it does matter how good you are actually, because Wilder isn't impossible to knock out.

    If Joshua knocked him out in round one he wouldn't have to worry about the other eleven rounds.
     
  11. It's Ovah

    It's Ovah Left hook, right hook, uppercut combination Full Member

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    Joshua has a great right hand in his own right. He doesn't leap in with it the way Wilder does, but that's because he's far better schooled and a smarter, more careful operator.

    He's more than capable of knocking almost anyone out with it if he lands flush, and he's far more likely to land flush early on than Wilder.
     
  12. mark ant

    mark ant Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    AJ looked fast in the rematch.
     
  13. mark ant

    mark ant Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    He couldn`t knock Ruiz out when he landed flush in their rematch.
     
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  14. mark ant

    mark ant Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    No there was a point when Ruiz started catching AJ and he panicked at the end of one round he outstrecthed his arms as if to give up, but came out well in the following round, AJ was forced to clinch a number of times and each time Ruiz caugt him coming out of the clinch, the ref had to warn AJ not to clinch.
     
  15. bandeedo

    bandeedo Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Pretty close to what I've said for a long time. But I think Fury loses to Ruiz, Wilder loses to aj.
    And I think Fury gets bombed out early in the rematch.
     


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