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  • OnlytheTruth
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    No one has really responded to the thread title - Whyte has been trashing Wilder. He is literally one step away from going after his family, to try and lure him out.

    Wilder gone found a noise cancelling rock to hide under.

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  • OnlytheTruth
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    Originally posted by War Room View Post

    Because I'm a violent person and I like to beat people up, especially when they got a wallet full of cash on them.

    So how much you got to lose? I like counting my cash ahead of time.
    Pa hahaha

    Listen to these two.

    Classic NSB.

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  • Monzon99
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    Originally posted by KP1 View Post
    Never understood why Wilder never took this seemingly easy KO win, would at absolute worst be his 2nd best win depending on where you rank Ortiz/Whyte and make him a fair few million.

    But nope, they bizarrely invented Dillian Whyte specific hoops for him to jump through, put it this way did the mighty Artur Szpilka or the super slick Eric Molina get told to fight Ortiz first, never added up.
    It adds up to wilder and haymon know wilder is a totally protected rigged fraud who will crash like a house of cards as soon as Whyte hits him on the button. wilder is nothing, just a counterfeit fraud pretender. Whyte is a real heavyweight with real cojones courage and confidence.

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  • Monzon99
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    Wilder fans have more confidence than the alabama fraud has.

    Wilder knows he will lose to Whyte for about $2m and his puppetmasters think they can get $30m to fight AJ next year. This is why the big bird legged fraud will never go near Whyte.

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  • KP1
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    Never understood why Wilder never took this seemingly easy KO win, would at absolute worst be his 2nd best win depending on where you rank Ortiz/Whyte and make him a fair few million.

    But nope, they bizarrely invented Dillian Whyte specific hoops for him to jump through, put it this way did the mighty Artur Szpilka or the super slick Eric Molina get told to fight Ortiz first, never added up.

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  • Rip Chudd
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    Originally posted by REDEEMER View Post

    Whyte hits harder then Fury who wobbled Wilder with jabs and knocked hip I’m over to body what would a body shot from Whyte do ? Wilder doesn’t take flush shots well ,if Whyte connects solid it’s over . It’s easily a close fight , Wilder doesn’t have an effective upper cut and that’s the punch that seems to trouble Whyte .
    He knocked Ortiz out with an uppercut in the first fight. Don't get me wrong cause Wilder is horrible, but him knocking out Whyte with the same punch isn't out of the question

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  • STREET CLEANER
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    I am with most here that Wilder would KO Whyte but Wilder's mental state might make him damaged goods and might fold easily.

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  • JakeTheBoxer
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    Whyte has a chance, but Wilder probably stops him. Whyte barely survived fighting Parker and Rivas, imagine what would Wilder do to him with his tempo.Wilder has a great cardio, even though he is terrible boxer.

    If Whyte doesn`t catch Wilder in first rounds, he is in trouble.

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  • DaNeutral.
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    From a business sense I understood why the PBC were reluctant to put their crap fighter Wilder in with high ranked prime punchers like Joshua and Whyte. The PBC couldn't compete with Matchroom or DAZN financially when wrestling over the rights for the fights and Haymon knows Wilder has no real defence against punchers, he didn't wana risk losing that WBC belt to a rival promoter.

    That's why they took Fury, he was coming back from a dark hole and was considered a light puncher, the PBC needed a big name for Wilder and a seemingly shop worn Fury was worth the risk.

    But now Wilder has lost his belt, I think the Dillian Whyte fight now makes alot more sense to Wilder and the PBC. Whyte ranked above Wilder in the WBC rankings and Wilder says he wants his belt back. Its also a very winnable fight for Wilder.

    So it's a shame we get silence from the PBC ranks and nothing but negativity from Wilder and the PBC fan club. It just makes sense as a fight to me.
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    Last edited by DaNeutral.; 04-13-2021, 06:41 AM.

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  • hugh grant
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    We know wilder can ko whyte, and hopefully why te goes into fight knowing that so isn't complacent at anytime.
    then id put money on whyte. Whyte has beat better fighters overall. But wilder has the 1 draw with fury

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