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  • Jkp
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    Fighting a cruiser weight. At least he's under 40 years old I guess.

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  • Jkp
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    Originally posted by Deus View Post
    Joshua really isn't fighting enough... don't see why this couldn't have been early August to then fight again December and actually be active... that's basically what they were talking about with the Fury fights.
    He needs time to do his steroid cycle, and flush it out of his system before fight.

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  • boxinglife8
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    Originally posted by Marchegiano View Post

    Yeah, that's one of the dumbest narratives y'all ever ran with. Wilder called Klitschko, who never fought a vol in his career, out. Wlad said Wilder needs to build his resume first. Shelly, who worked for both men, repeated what Wlad said. To a dense bias mug like yourself that equates to protecting Wilder, the young, rising, champion who called out the old **** who has never taken any risks and still managed to get ktfo multiple times instead of protection for the guy who worked his way up the weakest rankings, got the weakest belt first, and waited for every title he got to be in the hands of someone small, old, or out of shape before he even tried, was far past prime and had generated the employee who works for both more money.
    How tf he klistcko duck him if he fought a prime fury and prime wilder.He wouldnt be scared of klistcko would knock him out with his own right hand.We all know wilder only fought fury because he came back from drug abuse and shi ,].He also admitted himself that he was offered by Joshua team but took the fury fight instead

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  • Marchegiano
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    Originally posted by boxinglife8 View Post

    Its not like Wilder ever put a unification together you stupid guy.Wilder ducked klistchko like a *****,However on the other hand Usyk does not duck no one
    Yeah, that's one of the dumbest narratives y'all ever ran with. Wilder called Klitschko, who never fought a vol in his career, out. Wlad said Wilder needs to build his resume first. Shelly, who worked for both men, repeated what Wlad said. To a dense bias mug like yourself that equates to protecting Wilder, the young, rising, champion who called out the old **** who has never taken any risks and still managed to get ktfo multiple times instead of protection for the guy who worked his way up the weakest rankings, got the weakest belt first, and waited for every title he got to be in the hands of someone small, old, or out of shape before he even tried, was far past prime and had generated the employee who works for both more money.

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  • Zelda
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    Fury made a good point today.

    Usyk's hadn't been KOing even cruiserweights, so it is doubtful what kind of damage he can give a HW and that too a big, muscular champ. If Usyk did not hurt Chisora, what are the chances he would hurt Joshua? If Usyk looked uncomfortable taking hits from Chisora, imagine what would a punch from Joshua do to him? Joshua has greater range too so Usyk cannot even keep him at a distance and try to win on points.

    Usyk can try the Ruiz formula but that requires coming in close, taking a few punches, and throwing big combinations with very fast hands. Can Usyk do that? He's a smaller man than Ruiz and doesn't have as fast a pair of hands.

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  • Zelda
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    Originally posted by vitali1999 View Post

    Joshua vs Wilder won't be so appealing after wilder loses a third straight time.
    If Wilder loses, it won't be a unification. The same is true if Joshua loses. I am talking if Wilder-Joshua happens with both as winners.

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  • vitali1999
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    Originally posted by Zelda View Post

    In the UK only. In other places, Joshua vs Wilder will get more attention particularly with it being US vs USA.
    Joshua vs Wilder won't be so appealing after wilder loses a third straight time.

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  • boxinglife8
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    Originally posted by Marchegiano View Post
    Usyk's been holding back and looking beatable. Joshua will underestimate and Usyk's gonna pull the upset. Then once Wilder and Usyk have cleared out the pansy assed brits who can't put together an undisputed match for ****, Uysk and Wilder will.

    Once again proving who the badasses of the Allies were.
    Its not like Wilder ever put a unification together you stupid guy.Wilder ducked klistchko like a *****,However on the other hand Usyk does not duck no one

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  • FinlandsFinest
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    Originally posted by -Kev- View Post

    Don’t worry. We will just need to deal with the “AJ just beat a blown up Cruiserweight who was already exposed by Chisora. Big deal.” It never ends with boxing fans you know they have an encyclopedia of excuses as to why some win wasn’t good enough for them.

    Before that win, we have to read and hear how and why a fighter is ducking someone. When the fight gets made, we have to read about how the fighter who was ducking is going to either lose or how he chose the opponent at the right time to beat him and he is actually taking the fight to duck someone else (Luis Ortiz maybe?).

    After the ducking fighter loses, we need to hear how he was exposed and how the group of fans knew all along and are amazing at predicting fights. If the ducking fighter wins, we need to hear about how the scorecards were too wide, or how the big bad opponent they were ducking was actually not good enough after all, or was too old, or too green, or too small, or too weak.

    It’s a never ending cycle of boxing.
    TRUEEE. This is boxing in a nutshell!

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  • Marchegiano
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    Usyk's been holding back and looking beatable. Joshua will underestimate and Usyk's gonna pull the upset. Then once Wilder and Usyk have cleared out the pansy assed brits who can't put together an undisputed match for ****, Uysk and Wilder will.

    Once again proving who the badasses of the Allies were.

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