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  • #51
    Originally posted by hugh grant View Post
    You can become great but not by fighting fury. You need to beat whyte, ruiz, parker, usyk Josh and then fury and then you'd be to p 10 all time
    True. You can't be great by just having Ortiz as your only best win.
    Fighting Fury will not rule them all. What if you lose again?
    You also have to leave PBC which is notorious for having fighters in periodic inactivity,
    not to mention the issue of in-house politics as you now realized.

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    • #52
      Dempsey KO;s Norfolk in 2!

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      • #53
        Originally posted by Sid-Knee View Post

        Wilder is the definition of an extremist who is beyond the weirdo's of social media. He's the worse of the worse. Anybody who supports him is also an extremist because they clearly don't understand what a contradiction nor irony is.

        You're welcome.
        before we sit back and judge other, lets remember none of us are perfect. I'm sure if i ask people you've you've come in contact with in your life, they'll be some nasty things said about you too.

        I enjoy athletes for what they are; entertainment. nothing more, nothing less. Not looking for role models or life coaches. I enjoy watching him fight, so I'm a fan. I genuinely want the best for everyone, so hopefully his mental state is well, but as far as him being "extremist" i could careless. Again, I love to watch him fight, so I'm a fan for life.
        PBR Streetgang likes this.

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        • #54
          Originally posted by PBR Streetgang View Post

          I hear you. I prefer actual discourse than the fanatical hatred or worship that you see alot on the internet. I don't get the camps and cliques, especially when they are formed around something other than a fighter (promotion, content provider, etc).

          I'm ambivalent to Wilder. He's a flawed fighter with incredible power and athleticism. Not a fan of his diatribes and conspiracies but he is exciting to watch fight. I hope he can get his mental state right and make another run. There are plenty of fighters I'd love to see him matched up with.
          Well said.

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          • #55
            Wilder vs Whyte, it's the only fight that matter for the big bird legged loud mouth protected pbc fraud. no excuses fraud squad, fight Whyte or go to wwe.

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            • #56
              doesnt this guy feel embarrassed knowing his own team bamboozled him out of 100 million. geez what a putz

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              • #57
                Originally posted by genrick View Post
                True. You can't be great by just having Ortiz as your only best win.
                Fighting Fury will not rule them all. What if you lose again?
                You also have to leave PBC which is notorious for having fighters in periodic inactivity,
                not to mention the issue of in-house politics as you now realized.
                he beat ortiz twice buddy! twice as great!

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                • #58
                  If I was Wilder, I would fight Bryan for a start. He is complete trash and some belt holder.

                  Second choices are Helenius, Kownacki, Martin.

                  Than he should fight Ruiz.

                  Wallin for first fight? hell no. High risk low reward. Wallin is on his peak now, he can beat Wilder.
                  Last edited by JakeTheBoxer; 04-18-2021, 04:25 PM.

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                  • #59
                    he needs to fight ortiz for a third time. everyone else in boxing is ducking ortiz and blah blah wilder is the only one who is willing to fight the old slow fat bum

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                    • #60
                      Originally posted by JakeTheBoxer View Post
                      If I was Wilder, I would fight Bryan for a start. He is complete trash and some belt holder.

                      Second choices are Helenius, Kownacki, Martin.

                      Than he should fight Ruiz.

                      Wallin is very decent fighter who can7t be dropped easy, actually too dangerous for Wilder.
                      Agree 100%. Bryan would be ideal. Gets him a secondary belt and he's not a threat. Helenius can crack but he doesn't have the best punch resistance and he's there to be hit. Kownacki throws alot which leaves him open and his defense and head movement leave something to be desired. Martin lacks confidence and fights timid even tho he has some ability. I could see him freezing and folding in a fight with Wilder.

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