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Bryant Jennings Tabs Deontay Wilder To Beat Anthony Joshua

By Steve Kim

So if they were to fight next, who would heavyweight contender Bryant Jennings pick between Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder, who are considered the two best big men in boxing?

Jennings, who fights Alexander Dimitrenko on Saturday as the headliner on ESPN from Atlantic City, told BoxingScene.com - "Right now, I would favor Wilder because Wilder takes more chances. Joshua pretty much relies on his technical abilities, which he's still learning and growing."

Wilder may not be as technically refined as Joshua but he has explosive power and the ability to come back at anytime because of his punching prowess, believes Jennings.

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"I think that if you wait a little too long then you're messing with Wilder, Wilder's going to go for the fences, regardless if it's ugly, cute. So he's going to take more chances and he has the power to make them ugly chances turn into a successful turnout," Jennings said.

Joshua, who holds the IBF, WBA, IBO and WBO belts is scheduled to defend his titles on September 22nd against Alexander Povektin. While Wilder is reportedly close to finalizing a deal to take on Tyson Fury in the fall. Wilder will be ringside for Fury's fight against Francesco Pianeta on Saturday night in Belfast.

In a prior article on BoxingScene, Jennings tabbed Wilder as the biggest puncher in the weight division - but saw Joshua as the biggest name at the weight.

"Who's the best heavyweight in the world?'' said Jennings, as he contemplated that question. "Now we've got to come up with different aspects, the different aspects of the game.

"So the best power I would say (Deontay) Wilder. The best technical person would be (Luis) Ortirz. The brightest star would be Anthony Joshua and the most slept on would be myself."

Steve Kim is the news editor for BoxingScene.com.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by JWHardin on 08-19-2018

[QUOTE=Szef;19030026]Thought so. He's basically picking Joshua. The bolded probably has something to do with it, but you have to remember that Klitschko sparred both. And only one of them got sent back home because he was too weak and was…

Comment by OldTerry on 08-18-2018

[QUOTE=ThunderFists;19030255]Actually i can bet my LIFE that anthony joshua is the betting favourite. Facts and statistics say joshua has a better resume, 3 major belts ,has been fighting the higher level of competition consistently and is just considered the more…

Comment by OldTerry on 08-18-2018

[QUOTE=Bronx2245;19030233]Do you have a link for that quote?[/QUOTE] No and perhaps I misremembered the actual quote. This however is a link to a quote that uses the expression "tough life" and not bad life. [url]https://sports.yahoo.com/klitschko-backs-joshua-beat-fury-132440749.html[/url] Klitchko's viewpoint on the matchup…

Comment by Lemonhead_Jeff on 08-18-2018

[QUOTE=Noelanthony;19030546]Pumpkin head Jeff what a stupid comment. You like Wilder that’s cool you are in good company but fascinating about a guy you met on the internet relationship frankly is none of your business and just weird[/QUOTE] Maybe YOU like…

Comment by Lemonhead_Jeff on 08-18-2018

[QUOTE=ThunderFists;19030260]Nice one . I could tell you are a scumbag just like your **** fantasy mancrush wilder who had to bring in someones family into a conversation that has nothing to with family. Drop dead f***ot no one will miss…

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