Wilder: Still a Fraud, Still Glass-Jawed

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  1. Zakman

    Zakman ESB's Chinchecker Full Member

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    Beating guys like this changes NOTHING. Wilder is still a knockout waiting to happen.:yep
     
  2. True_Hero

    True_Hero Guest

    I agree.

    29 wins against bums dragged from Walmart or the retirement home. LOL.
     
  3. Saintpat

    Saintpat Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    In exactly what round of Liakhovich's fight against Jennings did he become shot? Because he was pretty competitive more than halfway through that fight, and nobody before Wilder had stopped him in less than nine.

    Of course Zakboy is keeping on pace to post every 8-10 hours on average every single day for the last EIGHT YEARS, nonstop, without ever offering anything but the same exact "he has a glass jaw" post over and over.

    Nice life you got there, troll brother.
     
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  4. ACS

    ACS Well-Known Member Full Member

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    Zakman your life is just the same old record playing lol change it up
     
  5. Mr. Bunny

    Mr. Bunny Member Full Member

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    Wilder's opposition is very questionable.
     
  6. Farmboxer

    Farmboxer Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Lyakhovich was never a top heavyweight. He lost to Briggs! Helenius simple beat him to what appeared to be death! Even Jennings beat Lyakhovich to near death. Lyakhovich was done for, retired. I really hope he does not have serious brain damage.............After Vitali knocks Stiverne out, I hope Vitali fights Wilder, or Vlad fights Wilder. Wilder could not come near competing against Vlad is sparring for the Wach fight. Wilder was also knocked down more than once with head gear on...................
     
  7. damian38

    damian38 BigDramaShow Full Member

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    Wilder fights truck drivers and gardeners- bad

    He finally steps up and knocks out a former beltholder- bad, because the guy was shot

    what's wrong with some of you
     
  8. Scar

    Scar Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    Whoever considered the Liakovich fight a good one is a fool anyway.
     
  9. Scar

    Scar Obsessed with Boxing Full Member

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    If you honestly consider the Liakovich fight, who has been beyond past it since 2006 and coming off two KO losses, a step-up then you must have some serious mental issues.
     
  10. damian38

    damian38 BigDramaShow Full Member

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    I'm not saying current SL is great win for Wilder, but face the facts, current Liakhovic is still the best Wilder has fought, it's a start and hopefully he will only fight better opponents with every coming fight
     
  11. liljp361

    liljp361 Boxing Addict Full Member

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  12. chitownfightfan

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    Could Wilder blast a healthy and in shape Samuel Peter out like that?:think

    One thing Peter does better than SL ever did was brace for hard shots. And he also could eat powerful right hands while stilling moving forward.

    I think Liakovich had no idea that shot was gonna come in as strong as it did and he offered little resistance in bracing for it.

    That said.....it doesnt take Wilder long to warm up, and it's gonna take either someone coming in ready to steamroll him, or someone with an iron chin who can absorb early punishment while still coming forward.

    I dont see many in the division with those abilities. Arreola, Wach maybe, Peter if he was still active. :think IDK.....maybe Fury has the pounce early mentality.

    Theres just gotta be a sense of urgency in these opponents if theyre gonna beat him. I just dont see it outside of a select few.:think
     
  13. SimplyTheBest

    SimplyTheBest Heavyweight Destroyer Full Member

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    He's been shot since Briggs sent him out of the ring years ago. Jennings is nothing special, another overhyped American HW.....that's why SL hung in as long as he did.
     
  14. Bustajay

    Bustajay Feel the Steel/Balls Deep Full Member

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    I will agree with this but not that he has a glass chin....we just don't know at this point due to his fights:smoke
     
  15. Zakman

    Zakman ESB's Chinchecker Full Member

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    No kidding!! It's shocking some of the excuses these "boxing fans" make to justify their ridiculous hype of this fraud, such as:

    * "Everyone fights tomato cans on the way up" - yeah, sure they do, but not for FIVE YEARS, and not as outrageously bad as the guys Wilder has faced. He faces guys like they padded Butterbean's record with, maybe worse.

    * "Wilder didn't have much amateur career, so he has to go slow in the pros" - guys like Jameel McCline and Hasim Rahman had limited amateur experience and were fighting real competition by the time they were this far into their careers.

    * "Wilder needs to additional experience because he didn't have many amatuer fights" - yeah, and he's really getting it fighting one pathetic tomato can after another right???:lol:

    So if these reasons make no sense, then what is driving this fraudulent career trajectory? MONEY. Wilder's handlers know he won't be able to take a punch from a decent fighter, so they are protecting them as long as they can, carefully building the hype, and then they are going to get him a big fight, where he will inevitably be knocked the f*** out.