Wilder showing tremendous power and speed

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  1. GALVATRON

    GALVATRON Boxing Addict booted Full Member

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    IF Breazeale can look like he did in his recent open workouts...wilder will lose this fight. Breazeale has JUST enough speed ,I see if a trade happens wilder will get hurt. Breazeale so called slow feet are also gone ,it will allow him to dictate how this fight is going to fought. Could be a VERY bad night for Wilder.
     
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  2. Jackomano

    Jackomano Boxing Addict Full Member

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    This. People aren’t even making sense.
     
  3. Kratos

    Kratos Well-Known Member Full Member

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    yeah he picked a 49 year old with high blood pressure and a guy he thought would be easy pickings in a former 400 pound drug and alcohol addict that came back from a 2 year layoff and only had two sparring fight sessions, and he ended up losing that fight. dude is a manufactured protected fighter.
     
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  4. Pimp C

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    BOOOOOOOMMMMMMMBBBBBBBBBBBB SSSSSSQQQQQQQQUUUUUUUAAAAAAADDDDDDDDDDD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
  5. Contro

    Contro Boxing Addict Full Member

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    The timing of his weight loss since the stricter testing began is suspect, however if he is still being regularly tested then he has to get the benefit of the doubt even if he seems to be gaining mass again.

    Could be that he isn't getting tested very hard by the WBC clean boxing program(as opposed to a hard and paid for contract specified vada testing period) or he is beating the testing somehow.
    But I do think he was clean for Ortiz and fury
     
  6. SmackDaBum

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    Im gonna have a thread called "Wilder was not that good to begin with" ready to post as soon as the final Bell rings against Breazeale.
     
  7. Vince Voltage

    Vince Voltage Boxing Addict Full Member

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    How come he doesn't like Breland?
     
  8. Love2box

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    He was faster when he was shadow boxing in the water?
     
  9. Badbot

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    What do PEDs have anything to do with his legs?
     
  10. Brighton bomber

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    Not sure, but Breland has been pretty critical of Wilder in interviews I've seen, so I suspect that might have something to do with it. Breland has basically said Wilder is untrainable, doesn't matter what he tries to teach Wilder, Wilder just does what he likes and always relies on his power to bail himself out. Giving Wilder a game plan is like giving your tax return forms to your dog to complete, utterly pointless.
     
  11. RingKing75

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    You've obviously never set foot in a gym.
     
  12. jmashyaka

    jmashyaka Boxing Addict Full Member

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    The shots are coming at a crazy speed, doesn’t look sophisticated but as long as he keeps his speed and power, he will always pose a threat to any living HW. Some of you guys need to look past your hatred and realise in the HW, power and speed is just as pivotal as skill.
     
  13. Jackomano

    Jackomano Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Who has in the current heavyweight division?

    Fury and Joshua haven’t beaten any Elite/Top Level Prime opponents either. Wilder and Fury fought, but it went to a draw. Until these three all fight each other with a clear winner all three have equally overhyped resumes.

    Joshua’s best wins were Wlad and Povetkin, who we’re both old and way past prime.

    Fury’s best wins were Wlad and Cunningham, who were also both old and past prime.

    Wilder’s best wins were Stiverne and Ortiz, who were also both old and past prime.
     
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  14. Jackomano

    Jackomano Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Wilder doesn’t like him because he didn’t hire him. Deas hired Breland under the condition that Wilder couldn’t fire him and I can totally understand why Deas did it, since if it were up to a Wilder I honestly think he’d try to train himself or at least that’s the impression I got when he was at the fight factory.
     
  15. Contro

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    .....i didn't say anything about his legs
    That was a different poster.