Wilder v Breazeale on Sky Sports

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  1. Blue Manc

    Blue Manc Member Full Member

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    What a load of **** a decent left hook would rid us of this idiot. Probably why the bambi legged twat won't fight Whyte
     
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  2. SambaKing1993

    SambaKing1993 Don't do it Zachary! Full Member

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    Lolol

    Whyte wouldn’t last one round and you know it.
     
  3. Blue Manc

    Blue Manc Member Full Member

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    Don't try and tell me what to think! *****!Wilder carries power but it means nowt when you can't take a punch. Whyte would ko bambi
     
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  4. CutThroatFade

    CutThroatFade Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    Wilder has never been Patrick Trueman’d in the ring as a pro like pudding Whyte who was completely polaxed by Joshua. Also sent spinning into the ropes like a ballet dancing pudding by pillow fist Chisora and Parker.
     
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  5. Blue Manc

    Blue Manc Member Full Member

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    Wilder has never fought a boxer with a decent punch other than OAP Ortiz who was stumbling about looking for a fight afterwards
     
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  6. themaster999

    themaster999 Active Member Full Member

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    No disrespect to Dillian but he isn’t beating any of the top 3.

    He’s already lost to one of em anyway.

    Wilder, Fury and Joshua beat any of the rest routinely, and this is all we will see for the next few years, happy to call out each other’s names whilst beating up guys from a level below.
     
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  7. themaster999

    themaster999 Active Member Full Member

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    Ortiz was going for the old man trying to look younger trick by putting on a baseball cap.
     
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  8. Scissors

    Scissors Up the reds Full Member

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    The power is real. Shows how well Fury done to overcome it in that 12th round.

    Wilder has never been in with a puncher though so intriguing if he can eat Joshua’s shots and whether Joshua can take his.

    It really could just be a straight 3 round shoot out.
     
  9. Twentyman

    Twentyman Watching Netball with Adam Smith Full Member

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    Didn’t even wake up...absolutely gutted. My missus apparently reached over and turned alarm off. Woke up 10 minutes ago, watched the full fight in a few minutes haha.

    It really doesn’t matter what we say about his unconventional style, his jab is quality, he’s got the speed of a light heavy and genuine one punch KO power. He’s fun to watch.
     
  10. TonyHayers

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    I think it probably would be; the question mark at the moment is that we have seen Wilder hurt and even in a fight like last night once he had Breazeale hurt he was still open to a counter.

    I think Joshua gets to him before he gets to Joshua, and Joshua just takes more care when it comes to finishing him off. Whilst you always think Wilder could get rid of an opponent at any stage I think the same can be said for him. Fury isn't a puncher but Breazeale (for all the fact the fight was over so quickly) and Ortiz have had him hurt - and the latter probably should have stopped him in fairness.
     
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  11. Jurgen

    Jurgen Boxing Addict Full Member

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    FFS I thought a few would miss it.

    To think Fury ate one of those huge blows and beat the count - incredible
     
  12. Twentyman

    Twentyman Watching Netball with Adam Smith Full Member

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    You’re right mate. He got up twice after taking a shot at the back of the head. I think lucky for Fury he was going backwards when them shots were flying in in the 12th, whereas Breazeale was walking right onto that.

    I can’t help but like Wilder. He should be a huge star over there with these knockouts alone. It’s not a popular opinion but I think you have to make him slight favourite to beat Joshua and Fury. Fury & Joshua can both outbox him but there’s always that chance they take a shot. It’s more than just a punchers chance. His physical attributes along with his speed & power means he can knock you out from a few feet away from any angle, even if he was 11 rounds down...even when he’s hurt.

    There’s a formula to both Joshua and Fury. Look at how Joshua smashed Breazeale up for 7 rounds, working behind the jab and landing with the straight right. He broke him down before eventually finishing him. Fury would comfortably outbox Breazeale for 12 rounds but I doubt he’d put him away. Wilder though, just cuts through all that and bangs him out with a big right hand in round 1. No faff. The most dangerous of the 3 by a mile. And before anyone says otherwise, he irons out Whyte in similar fashion imo.
     
  13. Jurgen

    Jurgen Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Usyk could be the man to pump one or more of the big three
     
  14. alpo1

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    aj vs wilder is a good fight.

    brazier had him on bambi legs when he came in with the wheel-mills, aj would have ko'd him in the same instant, even fury might have.
     
  15. Jurgen

    Jurgen Boxing Addict Full Member

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    I sometimes wonder if Adam Smith can see the difference between stiff legs and a stiff pecker - Wilder took a punch but it was not exactly a Povetkin moonwalk dance after being hit by Price