Wilder will get knocked out soon

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  1. BoxingFacts

    BoxingFacts Member Full Member

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    Wilders style and his technical inability will leave him open to counter punches and all it will take is someone to box and move throwing a volume of counters which will eventually break Wilder down or it just could be down to one punch, either scenario is very likely to happen.
     
  2. MidniteProwler

    MidniteProwler Fab 4 Full Member

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    I actually think that Fury may stop him in the rematch even though Fury is not a big puncher I think he will hurt Wilder with a counter punch like you are suggesting as you do not have to be a big puncher to hurt your opponent if you get them clean with a shot they don't see.
     
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  3. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    The only guy at heavyweight who had a chance to stop Wilder just won on Saturday running for his life because he was afraid of getting hit by a short, doughy heavyweight with little power.

    Anthony Joshua the KO artist has been neutered.

    I once thought Wilder-Joshua was a pick-em fight and a possible all-time-great slugfest.

    Joshua will never choose to slug it out with anyone again.

    Now I see it as an easy KO for Wilder, with Joshua grabbing and holding and sprinting around until the inevitable right hand puts him out for the count.
     
  4. DirtyDan

    DirtyDan Worst Poster of 2015 Full Member

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    Been hearing that for half a decade.
     
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  5. Fat_asian

    Fat_asian New Member Full Member

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    Ortiz already gave him a gutcheck he passed that test in the first fight. It will be interesting to see what Tyson does. When he hit the deck in the twelth Wilder thought it was over, so he turned "off". For fury the fight was not over, pure heart to win the rest of that fight.
     
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  6. BoxingFacts

    BoxingFacts Member Full Member

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    I think Fury has a good chance of knocking Wilder out as well, especially if he tires Wilder out in the later rounds
     
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  7. BoxingFacts

    BoxingFacts Member Full Member

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    I think if Ortiz was much younger in their first fight, he could of easily knocked Wilder out
     
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  8. BoxingFacts

    BoxingFacts Member Full Member

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    The only reason why it hasn't happened yet is because he has only fought 2 World class opponents in 42 fights
     
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  9. Dubblechin

    Dubblechin Boxing Junkie Full Member

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    I'm sure you're an alt. But we've been through this before.

    * Wilder is the WBC champion.
    * Wilder fights WBC contenders.
    * Everyone Wilder has faced in the last FIVE YEARS have been WBC contenders.
    * Wilder's making his 11th defense against a WBC contender (Tyson Fury) in February/March.

    That's more than two.

    Everyone seems to be pulling out their Wilder insults from 2015. It'll be 2020 in couple weeks. You guys need to think of some new insults for the LONGEST REIGNING CHAMPION IN BOXING right now.

    They don't make sense anymore.
     
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  10. Fat_asian

    Fat_asian New Member Full Member

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    You know heavyweight s barely make it on to the pound for pound list but I think in this case deontay may have a claim to state being that he is the best in the boxing world right now. They say it is difficult to score knockouts at the elite level, but deontay keeps toppling them over, one by one, all of them one at a time.
     
  11. candlelitekid

    candlelitekid Member Full Member

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    If Fury is 100% he's a great chance to defeat or stop wilder he's a class above in skill imo not a Wilder fan but I give him credit he keeps winning and he has that punch a pity he's such a knob
     
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  12. YCGS

    YCGS Boxing Addict Full Member

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    Wilder is a technical disaster. That isn't going to change.

    But his athleticism, reach and that ridiculously thunderous power give him a good shot to win most fights. I would say he is one of the all-time one-punch power to weight ratio hardest hitters.

    Now this is just my opinion, but I think Wilder beats Joshua by vicious KO. He can't do to Wilder what he did to a fat and slow Ruiz.
     
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  13. Frankus

    Frankus Member Full Member

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    I usually think your post are rather “meh” but this hit the nail on the flipping head champ. Well said.
     
  14. Frankus

    Frankus Member Full Member

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    Do you really believe that? I think Fury was as close to 100% as we are going to see in the first fight.

    Agree with you fury is a complete wanker.

    Also VB is cats ****. I might be able to forgive you if you had carton draught as your avatar pic.
     
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  15. rski

    rski Well-Known Member Full Member

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    To be fair Fury looked the most offensive I’d seen him against Wilder, I was surprised. He actually had wilders legs going more than once, if he followed up on a few attacks he might have got the stoppage. Wilders chin isn’t iron, but he seems good at surviving.
    Just because AJ boxed in his last fight does t mean he won’t finish someone if he hurts them, I’d wager a few shots he landed on iron chinned Ruiz would have wilder going then it’s likely he would go for the finish. I can easily see Joshua demolishing Wilder, he just has the danger of getting caught but we can see he is able to carry out a game plan.
    I like wilder, he is an exciting fighter but very limited, one day that one punch won’t be enough, it nearly wasn’t against fury.
     
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