Wilder showing tremendous power and speed

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  1. chico g

    chico g Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Flawless technique right there from Deontay.
     
  2. northpaw

    northpaw Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Nah, someone should've at least clipped him by now. even a lower level guy. It's downright amazing he hasn't lost yet. See his brother for example.
     
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  3. Tankatron

    Tankatron Active Member Full Member

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    I couldn't agree more. I firmly believe that AJ smashes him to pieces inside 3 rounds and that left hook of Dillian Whyte would likely put Wilder into a coma.

    And that's why he ain't fighting them. No other reason than Wilder not ready to take his retirement pay out.
     
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  4. rski

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    its almost like Wilder is a bit of a hustler, pretending he is this bad. His pad work is unbelievable, not in a good way. yet when he gets in the ring he performs. He must have a few things to him, a guy like Herbie Hide way above him in skill level imo, yet he probably would have been stopped by now if he was on Wilder's run, due to his chin. I just think Deontay has a combination of durability, will to win and brute power. It could possibly be enough to beat both Fury in a rematch and AJ. Crazy really, that its a possibility....
     
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  5. northpaw

    northpaw Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Wilder is a ko loss waiting to happen. I think he's a legit danger to everyone (Joshua and Whyte included) because his power and speed are legit, but pretty much everyone is also a danger to him. Eventually someone is gonna get him. I wish Braezale would but I know it ain't gonna happen
     
  6. GALVATRON

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    Its a very low one with Wilder defeating AJ ,I highly doubt even if they fought 5 times wilder wins any.

    Wilder has been clipped ,down/saved by bells / wobbled / hes lucked out at times !

    This is why Breazeale brings extreme danger even if wilder were to end it fast, Breazeale himself only needs one clear shot and being Wilders most powerful opponent yet isn't going to help matters .

    His pad work actually looked O.k to me fitting his style? IDK, hes never going to be a fluid combo puncher and showed a good short right hand.

    My question is this bulking up of his? I don't really see it or im not seeing something? looks around 215 to me ? Media is making him out like hes the Hulk now. Anyone else tyhink hes totally different ? Because I cant see it.
     
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  7. Boxcel

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    He looks more muscular to me and bit fatter on the waist.

    I do think it's funny when people call him skinny. The man's delts are almost as big as his trainer's head and they're lean too. One thing people don't realize is being that lean makes you look a lot smaller. Only reason he is that light is because of his lower body is skinny, but his upper body isn't.
     
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  8. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Watch Wlad-Leapai - a mandatory defense - again and get back to me.
     
  9. madballster

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    Hide fought worldclass HWs in Bowe and Vitali Klitschko. Wilder has not fought a single one yet.

    Wilder would have taken a worse beating against them than Hide did.
     
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  10. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    In his last two title defenses, he fought two guys currently rated in the RING top five, and scored five knockdowns.

    Unless the RING top five is littered with handpicked nobodies, I think you're mistaken.
     
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    Oh boy. We just had a Sam Peter is better than Wilder thread. And now it's Herbie Hide? (LOL)

    This board is full of dummies.
     
  12. rski

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    Hide would likely have been knocked out by Wilder but he was the better skilled fighter, its just a shame about his chin.
     
  13. Luis Fernando

    Luis Fernando Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Wilder has never beaten a single ELITE / TOP LEVEL PRIME opponent in his life. And that is after having 40 odd fights. So no point in comparing that fraud to anybody who has tested themselves at that level.
     
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  14. Tankatron

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    And that's the whole point DAP, 2 top 5 opponents in 42 fights, one of which was barely medically cleared and the other one coming off a 3 year after party and 6 months in fat camp.

    Ring the celebration bells when Wilder fights a PRIME and WELL PREPARED, top 5 opponent and not until
     
  15. Pat M

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    Wilder looks okay to me too, sometimes he doesn't shift his weight with his left hook/uppercut and leaves the weight on his front foot, but other times he does shift his weight. His length, speed, and power make him a dangerous opponent. Of course there are a lot of dangerous heavyweights out there now, Breazeale, Joshua, Ruiz, Fury, to name just some who have fights coming up, there are a lot more. Wilder doesn't get to fight small, slow people, his opponents are talented, big, strong people and one mistake can be all it takes. This is an exciting time in the heavyweight division.
     
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